February 25, 2021

What's New

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 – Monday, March 1 at 7:00pm.

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

Your Carbon Footprint with Alan Poirier

Wednesday, March 10 at 6:30 pm. Ever wonder how big a foot print you are leaving? Join us for an informative discussion with local resident Alan Poirier to find out. … Continue reading »

Renewable Energy with Bill McNamara

Tuesday, March 23 at 6:30 pm. Local resident Bill McNamara, President of EcoEnergy LLC, will discuss the advancements in sustainable technologies and give an update on the renewable energy landscape: … Continue reading »

Book Boxes: Black History and the Graphic Novel

Request your personalized book box using this form. Contact Nike at with questions or suggestions. “[Reading a graphic novel] is a fun, immersive, and beautiful way to learn about … Continue reading »

Phoebe’s Morning Bookchat – Thursday, March 11 at 11am

The Only Woman in the Room by Marie BenedictImage credit: Syndetics “Hedy Kiesler is lucky. Her beauty leads to a starring role in a controversial film and marriage to a … 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 »