Vermont Business Magazine The Fletcher Free Library will welcome patrons on the Fourth of July for the second year, serving as a cooling station during expected extreme heat. The library will open from noon until 4 p.m. on Thursday, July 4. The Fletcher Free will provide a cool space to gather, read, play games, and enjoy community.
Director Mary Danko will greet visitors along with Assistant Director Emer Feeney. “We are happy to open the library given the high temperatures that are expected for this July 4th,” said Danko. “Having a comfortable space to read, relax and enjoy a bit of community is what we do every day so extending it when there is a community need makes perfect sense.”
The library began piloting holiday openings last year on July 4th. It also opened on Thanksgiving and Christmas 2018. Limited library services are available during holidays.
The Fletcher Free Library is located at 235 College Street, Burlington. For more information visit www.fletcherfree.org.