Learning Express

Did you know as a library patron you have access to Learning Express?

What Is It?

Learning Express is a website that provides training for workplace, academic, and job hunting skills:

  • Prepare for and take an occupation exam, like the CDL, law enforcement, teaching, and more.
  • Work on skills for school, from elementary to college, or practice for the SAT, ACT, or GRE.
  • Explore potential careers, based on interest, skills, and future growth.
  • Get support for resumes, cover letters, and interviews, or search for jobs and internships.
  • Prepare for the GED, or work on math and reading for adults.

Click here for Learning Express.

Winter Wednesdays

South Hero Land Trust and the Worthen Library have teamed up to bring you Winter Wednesdays, a series of programs aimed at exploring our world. This month’s events are: 

Wednesday March 10th 7pm: Farmsteaders Film and Farmer Panel

Watch the documentary ‘Farmsteaders’: The story of a young family as they resurrect the family’s small dairy farm in an era where agriculture is moving towards large-scale farming; and join us for a follow up panel discussion with local farmers.
Click here to register.

Wednesday March 31st 7pm: BIPOC and the Outdoors in Vermont 

Perspectives from BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) on being outdoors in Vermont. Highlighting access challenges and systemic racism in outdoor recreation.


Click Here to Register

Download Ebooks and Audiobooks

The Green Mountain Library Consortium offers a free digital media service available 24/7. Download audio and ebooks right to your Kindle, eReader, Nook, iPod or iPad, tablet, computer, smart phone, mp3 player, and other mobile devices. Get started at https://gmlc.overdrive.com/  To log in just select South Hero Community Library from the drop down menu and enter the last three digits of you library card number.

Need help getting started? Stop by with your device, call, or email! We’re happy to help.


meet libby

The one-tap reading app!

We are excited to announce that OverDrive has released a new and improved app for ebook and audiobook lending called Libby. Libby simplifies the setup and lending process for ebooks and audiobooks, and was designed based on user and library feedback. As of June 20th, Libby will be the recommended app for all users. There is no date indicated at this time for when the previous library eBook app, OverDrive, will no longer be supported, so users can continue to the use the app that they prefer for now. Libby is available now for download in all app stores.

In order to familiarize yourself with Libby, you can read about its new features here: https://help.libbyapp.com. And, of course, the best method for learning is by downloading Libby on a device and trying it out!

Here is a great video to help get you started!

Short Story, Short Discussion

Join us for our next Short Story, Short Discussion via Zoom every Thursday at 6:30 pm. These are the short stories we’ll be discussing this month:

Thursday March 4th 6:30pm: “Who’s Irish” by Gish Jen

Thursday March 11th 6:30pm: “The Boundary” by Jhumpa Lahiri

Thursday March 18th 6:30pm: “Like a Winding Sheet” by Ann Petry

Thursday March 25th 6:30pm: “A New England Nun” by Mary E. Wilkins

Email Keagan at worthenlibrary@gmail.com to participate.