Danville Vermont             


Danville Activities



Senator Leahy visiting Danville in August of 2006

Scoping out the Route #2 Project for which he obtained Federal Funding


Senator Leahy visiting with Scout Master David Towle

(Leahy photos courtesy of Terry Hoffer of the North Star)

Boy Scouts escorting the ladies to the Green for Lunch with Senator Leahy


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<<<  Help Support the Beach at Joe's Pond >>>

The West Danville Community Club has once again stepped forward to operate the beach for this summer. They are working hard to raise money to pay for the beach operation and for a new shelter. They need your continued support to insure its existence and success for years to come. Donations may be left at Hastings Store or mailed to: West Danville Community Club, P.O. Box 6 West Danville, VT 05873.   If you have time and talents and wish to assist in the beach operation renovations Send a Note to Jill at the above address. As a note the water from the beach is tested every week during the summer, and for the past four years has never failed a test.    




Concerts On The Green

   Sunday  Concerts on the Green are held throughout the summer from  July every Sunday through August.  The 7 PM concerts are sponsored by the Danville Pope Library and will feature various local bands, donations are appreciated. In the event of rain, the concerts move into the Danville United Methodist Church, also located on the Green.

The Farmers Market
The Danville Farmers Market started in June and goes through October. The weekly farmers market is held on Wednesday Mornings, this year 1 mile West on Route #2 watch for the signs, held rain or shine.  Many local gardeners and farmers will be setup every week with fresh vegetables, most picked that day. Many have signs indicating that their vegetables  are organically grown. Others sell donuts and bread that they have made, yarn that they have woven, and goats cheese that they have made, and of course maple syrup. This year the new product is Vermont made wine, you can even sample it before you buy!
          New vendors and new shoppers are always welcome, it's worth the drive.    


4th of July Celebration At North Danville !

The North Danville Community Club is once again sponsoring a 4th of July Celebration On July 3rd this year, in  North Danville. The activities will start off with a parade, and will feature bingo, auction, fun run, bike race, book sale, as well as children's games, a horseshoe tournament, and FOOD.  Local nonprofit groups may also setup booths and activities, call 748-9376 or 748-9119 for details.

Danville Fair
 The tradition of the Danville Fair goes back further then most of us. The Fair is always scheduled for August and usually centers on The Town Green. This year due to construction some events may be held at the nearby school. The fair is scheduled for Aug 12&13, 2011. This is truly a good ole country fair, starting  with a street dance on Friday night. Saturday will begin with the parade starting at 10AM through town, then followed by the Grand Horse Pulling as a major event drawing the best teams in the area. Other ongoing activities include carnival rides, games, fried food, home cooked food, and more food!

                    The First Danville Fair Aug 12 1930



Danville  - Autumn on the Green October 2nd

Sunday, October 2, 2010, the Danville Chamber of Commerce will again present a showcase for Artisans, Crafters, cottage industries, and businesses amidst the spectacular views and color of Autumn in our charming New England village. Food, music, and markets await visitors to the Danville Green. Panoramic vistas include the White Mountains and Mt Washington as well as local rural picturesque foliage so don't forget your camera. Admission and parking are free and the site is handicap accessible. Hours for this event are from 10 AM to 4 PM. From I-91, exit 21, Danville is 7 miles west on Route 2 in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.



For more information follow the links below

Danville Autumn on the Green
























The Game Supper November 17th 2011

The Danville Methodist Game Supper, begun in 1921, is not only the oldest game supper in Vermont, but considered by many to be one of the finest in the region.  Once featured in Yankee Magazine’s “Book of Special New England Days,?the game supper takes place on the Thursday before Thanksgiving at the Danville United Methodist Church on the southwest corner of the Green.  Meat pies are featured, typically venison, moose, bear, coon, beaver, rabbit, and chicken.  The tables groan with side dishes, squash, potato, glazed carrots, green beans, cranberry sauce, coleslaw, and pickles, topped off with dinner rolls, coffee, and homemade dessert pies.



Town Forest Trails     Located at 2020 Trestle Road



Green Up Day is scheduled for the first Saturday in May of 2010, as always we are looking for volunteers to help clean up our road sides and public areas. Call James Jung for further information at 684-1019. Also it is Bulky Day so bring your large items to throw out to the Town Wood Dump on the Bruce Badger Memorial Highway between 9AM and 12PM.  Here is another chance to cleanup around town and dispose properly of those unwanted items.

Town Hall Repairs

    Danville Town Hall roof renovations are completed. The roofing has been replaced with a nice metal roof that should solve the leak problems for a long time. Prior to the roofing, reinforcing members were added to the roof rafters in the attic, so they shouldn't sag any more. While they were up there doing the roofing, we decided to spruce up the clock faces and clock tower as well. Take a look at it, it all looks really nice!

Second Floor renovations are complete also!


First Function the Junior Prom held May 21st 2005!

updated 4/12/2010


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