Summer Hours Are Coming

The library will be closed on Sundays beginning Sunday, May 24 (Memorial Day weekend) through mid-October.

But we're always open online for streaming movies, checking out ebooks, reading magazines, and more :)


International Fiction Book Club


Explore different cultures through great literature with the International Fiction Book Club. 

Our next meeting is June 17th, 2015, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM in the Flett Room and we will be discussing This is How You Lose Her by Junot Diaz.

Join us for a lively book discussion and light refreshments.



Hoopla has Comics


eCamp: Pack Light, Bring the Library


Get geared up for the summer at eCamp!

With a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, you can bring all the digital wares of the library with you anywhere.  Join Reference Librarian Joanna Breen and Technology Librarian Ellen Girouard to learn how to access your library from wherever you find yourself this summer.


Yes! I'd like to learn how to access free movies, music, magazines, and music outside of the library...


The Challenges and Discoveries Found Researching Women

DSCN1175The Challenges and Discoveries Found Researching Women with Author and Genealogist, Alice Plouchard Stelzer will be presented on June 30, 2015 at 7 p.m. in the Assembly Room.

Presented by the author of Female Adventurers, the women who helped colonize Massachusetts and Connecticut, Alice Plouchard Stelzer.



Zinio - Full digital copies of popular magazines

New titles have been added to Zinio, including:new_yorker


Architectural Digest

Cook's Illustrated

Bon Appetit and more!


Get started with Zinio


One-on-One Tech Help

computerguyNeed One-on-One Tech Help?  Fill out a Tech Help form to request a session.  We can help you set up access to free, online, library resources like Hoopla and Zinio, or help you with some computer basics.

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