Danville Vermont is a town in Caledonia County, west of St Johnsbury and I-91, in the beautiful and scenic "Northeast Kingdom" of Vermont, an area that National Geographic selected as part of their geotourism program for sustainable destinations. It is said that the town's name was in honor of Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville, France's royal cartographer for over 60 years.
Some notable people from Danville include: the Daytime Emmy Award-nominated star of "Guiding Light," Beth Chamberlin; arachnologist Arthur M. Chickering; soldier Henry Leavenworth; and Pennsylvania congressman Thaddeus Stevens.
Join Girl Scout Troops 58251 and 60151 and Lori’s Jammin’ Daycare, for an open-air, socially distanced, singular direction, trick or treating trail through Danville Village! This is a FREE event but we are encouraging every participant to bring a non-perishable item to be donated to the Open Door. This can be left at the school at the start of the trail. The trail will begin at the Danville School and proceed around the green, to Brainerd Street, Mountain View Drive, up Highland Avenue and around to Hill Street where Trick or Treaters will head back to the intersection and up Route 2 to the school. The trail will be an open-air walk in a singular direction. Volunteers will help to keep families socially distanced between candy stops. Volunteers will be wearing masks and gloves and will have hand sanitizer available throughout. Candy stops will be utilizing candy shoots or low-contact methods to distribute goodies and keep distance from the Trick or Treaters. Volunteer Sign-Up Click here to sign-up to volunteer today - bit.ly/volunteertottrail -Passing out Treats/Prizes -Directing Foot Traffic -Helping Set Up/Clean Up -Will Donate Treats/Prizes to Event Questions? Contact Gabi Potts at 802-461-3025 or email@example.com