Welcome Vermont Tech and Guests
Hartness Library exists to support learning, teaching, research, and other activities of the College. We continually strive to make the Library a comfortable and welcoming place to study, learn, and gather with friends.
We hope your visit, whether in person or online, will be successful and productive.
Explore our printable brochure to learn more about Hartness Library's resources and services.
What's Happening @ Hartness
Hartness Young Artist's Series: The Zeichner Trio, has been playing traditional music together as a family band for 4 years. You can hear Oliver on the Uilleann pipes and tin-whistle, Yasi on Irish and Old-Time fiddle, and Louli on 5-string and tenor banjos. They will be performing for you, Wednesday, Sept. 2nd from 12-1pm at the Hartness Library Randolph Center Campus.
Hartness Lunch & Learn Series: *Please note the change of date for the live demonstration*The VTC Orchard is helped along by bee pollinators and Darrell Smith's hive at the Langevin House have been in service for 16 years. Meet Darrell on Tuesday, Sept.1st at noon in the the Hartness Library Conference room. Come see an observation hive, learn about what's bothering bees in Vermont, and get resources about how to get started in beekeeping, and sign up for a live demonstration of his hives near Langevin House on Tuesday, Sept. 8th.
Hartness West Gallery: "Among the complex layers of life I enjoy discovering the hidden gems of visual beauty...." Montpelier photographer, John Snell, will have some of the hidden gems he has capture with his camera on display in our West Gallery at the Hartness Library on the Randolph Center campus.
Hartness East Gallery: Textile artist of over 20 years, Elizabeth Fram has brought her work to the Hartness Library on the Randolph Center campus. Stop by to see her well received textile collages on display through October.
Art Under Glass Series: Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Paul Calter, an active painter and sculptor since 1968, is uniquely concerned with astronomical and geometric themes. His displays will be presented in our glass cases, but you can see many of his sculptor pieces around campus.
Free Items: Lots of free books, magazines and VHS tapes available on the "free items" carts at the east entrance.
Contact the library with any questions or for more details on any of these events.