Explore “found poetry,” where everyday elements like art, music, newspaper articles, photos & more are transformed into poems. You’ll be encouraged to think outside the box & find the poetry hiding in daily life. 9/10, 17, 24 @ 10am. RSVP HERE
PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE – October 13 to 16, 2016
Preview Night – $15 entrance fee – Thursday, 5pm to 8pm (Members of Friends of Library Free)
General Sale – Free admission
Friday, 9:00 am to 12:00 midnight
Saturday, 9:00 am to 12:00 midnight
Sunday, 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm
Trade paperback $2.00, Hardcover $3.00, Coffee table $5.00
Children’s Books 50 cents and up
Sunday bargains: Fill a bag for $10! (Bags provided by Friends of Library)
FOOD AVAILABLE: Cafe Blackstone, Hot Dogs, crumb cake, muffins, cinnamon buns, chocolate chip brownies, coffee, tea, lemonade, water
More information is available here.
Are you looking for a job? Be sure to check out the library’s page with links to many job search websites. It’s under our Research tab, linked from Websites by Subject. Go directly to the jobs search page here.
The library has three 3D printers, a 3D scanner, 8 sewing machines, 14 laptops, a green screen and digital video camera, and more. Check out our MakerLab page or call Katy at 203-488-1441, ext. 313 for more information.
The library has a growing collection of book club sets, which can be checked out for six weeks. These sets contain 8 regular print and 2 large print copies of a book, along with a brief author biography and discussion questions. You can see the list of book club sets here.
The library has three T-Mobile and three Sprint hotspots available for a one week checkout. You can connect up to ten devices at a time. You can place a hold online (keyword search: hotspot) or call the Reference desk at 203-488-1441, ext. 318.
** Please note that the hotspots must be picked up and dropped off at the ground floor checkout desk.
Check out our listing of classes here or call to speak with a Reference librarian at 203-488-1441, ext. 318.
Bring in your documents or photos to scan to your email or to a flash drive. You can even scan a document into Word so that it can be edited. The scanner is in the Reference department and there is no charge to use it.
Did you know that the library provides discounts to 25 local museums, sanctuaries and historical sites? Our newest addition is the Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington; where you can explore (more…)