03251 Library

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Town of Bradford Library 21 South Main Street Bradford VT 05033 32.4 miles from 03251 802-222-4536

St. Johnsbury Athenaeum 1171 Main Street St. Johnsbury VT 05819 34.1 miles from 03251 802-748-8291

Fairlee Public Library 221 U.s. 5 Fairlee VT 05033 35.1 miles from 03251 802-333-4716

Groton Free Public Library 1304 Scott Highway Groton VT 05046 35.5 miles from 03251 802-584-3358

Gilford Town Library 31 Potter Hill Road Gilford NH 03249 38.4 miles from 03251 603-524-6042

Laconia Public Library 695 North Main Street Laconia NH 03246 39.5 miles from 03251 603-524-4775

Gilman Library 100 Main Street Alton NH 03809 46.7 miles from 03251 603-875-2550

Norwich Public Library 368 Main Street Norwich VT 05055 48.4 miles from 03251 802-649-1184

Milton Free Public Library PO Box 127 Milton Mills NH 03852 48.7 miles from 03251 603-473-8535

Island Pond Public Library 49 Mill Street Brighton VT 05846 52.9 miles from 03251 802-723-6134

Midstate Regional Library 578 Paine Turnpike North Montpelier VT 05602 54.0 miles from 03251 802-828-2320

Libraries Department 109 State Street Montpelier VT 05609 54.9 miles from 03251 802-828-3261

Webster Public Library 947 Battle Street Webster NH 03303 55.5 miles from 03251 603-648-2706

Quechee Public Library 1957 Quechee Main Street Hartford VT 05001 55.8 miles from 03251 802-295-1232

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