Manchester Community Library

138 Cemetery Ave
Manchester Center, VT 05255

802-362-2607

LIBRARY HISTORY:
Built by Frances Willing Skinner in memory of her father, Mark Skinner Library was founded in 1897, and acts as the sole public library serving the Manchester community. For most of its history the library was governed and operated as a private library. However, in 2003 the library followed the path of most of its Vermont brethren by converting to a public library, one receiving some form of public funding.

MISSION:
The Mark Skinner Library is committed to serving the life-long journey of learning by providing information and opportunities for personal enrichment and enjoyment to people of all ages in our community

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