Spooky Reads For Halloween

Get in to the spirit of Halloween with our creepy True Crime display!  We have pulled a selection of favorite spine-chilling true stories of murder and mayhem. And don’t forget to check out our program on Massachusetts Serial Killers with Christopher Daley on October 20 from 2-4 PM!  Sign up by clicking here.  Happy Halloween […]

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Learn a New Language with Mango!

Miss our class on Mango Languages last night? Don’t worry, you can access the database from home with your library card! Learn more about Mango Languages here, and check out their blog A Slice of Mango! Don’t miss another class or event again, discover what we have in store for October!

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Emergency Preparedness Month

September is Emergency Preparedness Month.  With winter weather looming, now is a good time to stock up on batteries, locate your flashlights, and create an emergency kit complete with water, canned goods, and medications.  Don’t wait for those crazy lines at the grocery stores!  And don’t forget to plan for your pets and check your […]

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International Literacy Day is September 8th!

“Literacy is the best remedy” Since 1967, International Literacy Day celebrations have taken place annually around the world to remind the public of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights, and to advance the literacy plan towards a more literate and sustainable society. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization […]

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Food for Fines! (Mon. 6/18 – Sat. 6/30)

It’s that time of year again – Food for Fines! The last two weeks of June (Mon. 6/18 – Sat. 6/30) the library will accept non-perishable food items in lieu of overdue fines.  Library members will get $1.00* waived from their late fees (up to $10) for each food item that is donated. Bring your items […]

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