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Language Lunches | Kellogg-Hubbard Library

The Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier offers Language Lunches every week in the Hayes Room. These drop-in meetings are open to all.

  • Italian Language Lunch on Tuesdays 12-1 pm
  • Spanish Language Lunch on Wednesdays 12-1 pm
  • French Language Lunch on Thursdays 12-1 pm

For more information about programs at KHL, visit

Home Delivery | Kellogg-Hubbard Library

The Kellogg-Hubbard Library offers Home Delivery service to patrons who are housebound and unable to visit the library for a period of two months or longer. You can call (802) 223-3338 or download the Home Delivery Registration Form at

Don’t forget: all residents of the towns of Berlin, Calais, East Montpelier, Middlesex, Montpelier, and Worcester are eligible for a free library card at KHL!

Seasonal Fuel Assistance With Vermont Department for Children & Families and Capstone Community Action

This is a program offered through the Vermont Department for Children & Families that can help pay part of your home heating bills. It is a benefit for homeowners and renters that provides funds to purchase fuel to help keep you warm during the long Vermont winters.

Benefit amounts are based on your income and average annual heating costs. In most cases, the assistance you receive will be paid directly to your fuel provider.

In addition, being eligible for fuel assistance may also help to increase other benefits that you may receive, such as 3SquaresVT. Applying for benefits is a straight-forward process that our Information & Assistance staff can help you with. For information on eligibility, current income guidelines and to apply, Visit the DCF website or call 1 (800) 479-6151 to request a paper application.

Learn More at the Central Vermont Council On Aging:

Can You Retire While on SNAP? Here’s What To Know

"About five million of the 42 million Americans who rely on SNAP are adults ages 60 and up. Formerly known as food stamps, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is the largest anti-hunger initiative in the country — and it can be a make-or-break tool for retirees on tight budgets."

Read the full article here.

Crop Cash

Learn more about the Crop Cash program here: