November 29, 2020

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Open by Appointment | Curbside Service

Patrons may book a thirty-minute time slot to: Browse the collections / check out materials Request reference assistance Use computer, copier, or fax equipment Please note, all seating, study, and … Continue reading »

Contemporary Classics with Marsha Bansavage – Tuesday, December 1 at 7:00pm.

This program will be virtual (via Zoom) email Linda Alexander at to receive a link to the discussion. The library has multiple copies of the book, please call (860-434-1684) … Continue reading »

Photo Transfer Ornament Kit

Photo Transfer Ornament Kits weren’t scheduled until the first week of December, but they’re ready to go if you’re looking for a craft to do this holiday weekend! Everything else … Continue reading »

Boost Your Immunity with Patricia Lynch, RDN, CDN

Wednesday, December 9 at 6:30pm. Boost your immune defense in the kitchen.  Learn nutritional strategies to maximize your immune system’s potential as we head into the winter months.  What we … Continue reading »

Mindfulness Workshop

Explore different meditation forms with Dr. Julie Liefeld, RN, LMFT, Phd, ERYT 500. Julie is an experienced registered yoga teacher with over 500 hours of training at the Yoga Shop … Continue reading »

Phoebe’s Morning Bookchat – Thursday, December 10 at 11am

The Feather Thief: Beauty, Obsession, and the Natural History Heist of the Century by Kirk Wallace JohnsonImage credit: Syndetics “”In my reckless and undiscouraged youth,” Lillian Boxfish writes, “I worked … 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 »