The Dover Free Library welcomes community members of all ages and backgrounds to seek out lifelong learning experiences through reading, learning, thinking and discussion in a comfortable and friendly environment.
The library is guided by a volunteer Board of Trustees and partially funded by the Town of Dover, Vermont. Non-profit grants and individual volunteer services are essential to its operation. It is a community learning center: neighbors working together to enable anyone to get connected to worldwide literature, art and entertainment, as well as news, education and information resources. Dover Free Library is one of Vermont's 210 public libraries which are maintained by and for the residents of towns with populations under 2,000.