Blog Category: Past Events

How to Get Your House Ready to Show

Wednesday, May 8 at 7:00pm Martha Quaratella, Stager & RealtorSpecializing in helping people transition from one home to their next. Whether you plan to move next week, next month or … Continue reading »

BookCellar Spring 1/2 Price Sale

Wed, April 24: 10am-6pm & Sat, April 27: 10am-2pm Everything in the BookCellar is 1/2 off! (except art work and local maps.) Books are sorted into categories for an easy, … Continue reading »

Hidden History of Middlesex County – Author Talk and Book Signing

Wednesday, April 24 at 6:30pm meet the authors and hear about the Hidden History their research uncovered. Middlesex County has a rich past. Researchers found dinosaur tracks in Middlefield that … Continue reading »

Ceremonial Stonework: The Enduring Native American Presence on the Land (Program Full)

Wednesday, April 3 at 6:30pm This slideshow takes the audience on an extended walk through the woods to see the ceremonial stonework left behind by the indigenous population that occupied … Continue reading »

Collaboration & Networking for Non Profits

Collaboration & Networking for Non Profits

Wednesday, March 13, 4:30-6:30pm in the Reading Room WITH GUEST SPEAKERS: Kitty Stalsburg, Executive Director, High Hopes and Katherine Verano, Executive Director, Safe Futures Join us for a Community Connections reception in the Reading Room.  … Continue reading »

Lunch with Luanne (SOLD OUT)

Thank you for your interest in this event. Unfortunately, tickets are sold out. Sunday, March 31, 1pm Join us for an intimate lunch and conversation with New York Times bestselling … Continue reading »

Earn the Library $100!

Earn the Library an extra $100* by becoming a Sustaining Member. *Now through the end of March, thanks to Coldwell Banker of Old Lyme. Limited to the first 15 new … Continue reading »

Create a Family Operating Manual with Shane O’Brien

Take control and ease the stress of life’s biggest decisions. Create a Family Operating Manual for your family. Having all of your most important documents in one safe place is … Continue reading »

Something Old, Something New: CT Weddings Through the Ages – Wednesday, February 13 at 6:30pm

Taylor McClure, a Museum Educator at the CT Historical Society will walk us down the aisle in the colonial times to modern times. Did you ever wonder:  How did Connecticans … Continue reading »

Local Author Talk: Meet Stanley M. Kolber – Thursday, February 7 at 6:30pm

Hear what inspired his amazing photos. Stanley has shared his love of birds, nature and photography by running workshops at the Connecticut River Museum in Essex, and he has exhibited … Continue reading »