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April 21, 2021

What's New

Current Library Services

Monday-Thursday 9am-1pm: Walk-Ins Welcome 1pm-5pm: Appointments required (45 minute appointments are offered at the top of the hour. Call 860-434-1684 to schedule an appointment.) 5pm-7pm: Walk-Ins Welcome Friday 9am-1pm: Walk-Ins … Continue reading »

Accordion Star Book Kit

This kit comes with materials and instructions to create a sculptural accordion book with points like stars. Fill the pages with a poem or some lyrics! April is National Poetry … Continue reading »

Dinner, Dessert, and a Movie (or Book!)

We’ll curate a custom comfort box with dinner, dessert (minimal cooking skills required), and a selection of movies, books, or both. To make your request, share your preferences by filling … Continue reading »

Nip the Knotweed with Suzanne Thompson

Wednesday, April 21 at 6:30pm. Local resident and Master Gardener, Suzanne Thompson will talk about the history of Knotweed and other invasive plants, how they got here and why.  She’ll … Continue reading »

Phoebe’s Morning Bookchat – Thursday, May 13 at 11am

Celine by Peter HellerImage credit: Syndetics “Working out of her jewel box of an apartment at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge, Celine has made a career of tracking down … Continue reading »

On behalf of the staff of the library and the Board of Trustees:

Libraries have long served as stewards of free speech, and we are proud and passionate to be a part of that tradition. We remain fully committed to free expression and free … Continue reading »

BookCellar Re-Opening 11/4

BookCellar Re-Opening 11/4

The BookCellar is opening its doors on Wednesday, 11/4. Visitors are invited to shop a wide selection of gently used books and drop off donations during the following hours (no … Continue reading »

Contemporary Classics with Marsha Bansavage – Monday, May 3 at 7:00pm.

This program will be virtual (via Zoom) email Linda Alexander at lalexander@oldlymelibrary.org  each month to receive a link to the discussion. The library has multiple copies of the book, please … Continue reading »