Libraries

The Rutland region is served by a number of public libraries, most notably the Rutland Free Library, one of the state’s largest. Founded in 1886, the Rutland Free Library houses more than 90,000 volumes. The library’s Nella Grimm Fox Room has become a leading center of area cultural events hosting lectures, concerts, panels, book discussion groups and many other presentations. In addition, there is active programming for children including films, puppet shows and story hours. The library boasts a fine reference collection and valuable Vermont historical collection.

 

Libraries

Giorgetti Library

The library maintains a collection of more than 163,000 items, including print, video and electronic materials, and maintains three special collections: The Kyran Murray McGrath Irish Studies, the Sister St. George Vermont Collection, and a Curriculum Resource Library.

Address:
71 Clement Road
Rutland, VT 05701
Phone:
(802) 776-5232
Directions:

Proctor Free Library

Address:
4 Main Street
Proctor, VT 05765
Phone:
(802) 459-3539
Directions: