Vermontville, MI

Vermontville is a village in Eaton County, Vermontville Township. According to the 2010 census, the population was 759. The village was organized in 1836 by the Reverend Sylvester Cochrane, who was a Congregational minister from East Poultney, Vermont. Vermontville’s motto is ‘the Home of the Original Maple Syrup Festival in Michigan’. The city hosts a maple syrup festival every year, it originated as a way to sell maple syrup while promoting the village. Some places to visit in the village are The Opera House and Vermontville Museum.

Tuesday, April 20th 2021

6:00pm
Library Board Meeting

The library board meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month to discuss library business. Members of the public are welcome to attend. Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, library…

Putnam District Library
327 N. Main St., Nashville, MI 49073
Event Series

Thursday, April 22nd 2021

6:00pm
Nighttime Tales

Running out of bedtime stories? We have you covered! Beginning December 3rd, library staff will be reading bedtime stories live in this event every Thursday @ 6 pm LIVE on…

Putnam District Library
327 N. Main St., Nashville, MI 49073
Event Series

Thursday, April 29th 2021

6:00pm
Nighttime Tales

Running out of bedtime stories? We have you covered! Beginning December 3rd, library staff will be reading bedtime stories live in this event every Thursday @ 6 pm LIVE on…

Putnam District Library
327 N. Main St., Nashville, MI 49073
Event Series