Historic Library Now Open

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Saturday for the smallest library in Vermont — West Danville’s Charles D. Brainerd Public Library. The newly renovated library is now open to the public after being dormant and in disrepair for many years. Through the efforts of community members Pam Hebert, Joanne Stewart, Mary Anne Cassani and Karen Morris, and their husbands, the building, which was for over 60 years a fixture in West Danville, is now back in operation. Doing the ribbon-cutting honors on Saturday were committee members and area government representatives, from left, Mary Anne Cassani, Pam Hebert, Rep. Kitty Toll, Jane Larrabee (a member of the original library’s Board of Trustees), Sen. Jane Kitchel, Joanne Stewart and Karen Morris. For this summer, the library hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from 1-4 p.m.

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