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The Little Green Library has a new promotional tool

In partnership with local artist and filmmaker Alain Boisvert, the Little Green Library is releasing a lively and dynamic promotional video which illustrates the community spirit shared by the volunteers of the Huntingdon-based cultural institution.


Filmmaker Alain Boisvert films the Little Green Librarys new promotional video PHOTO Sarah Rennie


The library is a place where culture, the arts and literature come together; it is also an important gathering or meeting place for locals of all ages. The video highlights the many modern services and activities offered, and frames it as the spacious, friendly, accessible library that it is, which is so far removed from the old, dark, and dusty cliché.

“The Little Green Library is blessed with volunteers who take such good care of it, and it is fortunate to be able to count on the support of its members,” explains Catherine Turgeon, the president of the board of directors. She notes that along with its loyal membership, the library also benefits from partners such as several municipalities, including Huntingdon, Franklin and Dundee, as well as Huntingdon MNA Claire IsaBelle, and Salaberry-Suroît MP Claude DeBellefeuille, who contributed financially to the making of the video.

The video will launch this week on the library’s Facebook page. (SR)

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