Hope Volunteer Library
The Hope Volunteer Library provides the town with an information resource, community programs, and lots of books. The Library is open to the public when the Town Office is open, Tuesday through Friday. Our services are free, and offered in a low-key fashion that incorporates an honor system for checking out books. We welcome all area residents and visitors to stop in. The library offers public WIFI access, so you can bring your computer to the library and enjoy working in quiet surroundings.
The Library collaborates with the Hope School Volunteers to produce the Hope Community Birthday Calendar each year, a major fundraiser for both groups. Hope Library is a 501(c)(3) organization for IRS purposes, and donations are tax-deductible.
The Library welcomes volunteers who are interested in expanding the services and programs the Library offers. We have equipment for showing movies, a Kill-a-Watt meter for measuring the amount of electricity used by your household appliances, and a digital projector that can be borrowed. For more information, please call Beth Guiseley at 785-4443.
NOTE: As of September 2013, the Library will be staffed on Wednesdays from 1 - 4. (The Library is open without staff whenever the Town Office is open -- see hours on sidebar to left.)