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Inspire a Child...For Life with a gift to the Annual Appeal
Posted on Tue, 05/24/2011 - 8:56am by Anonymous
Today she is a princess on the way to a grand event. When you were six, who did you IMAGINE you were?
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Join the Friends today!
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Our volunteers work tirelessly to provide great programs.
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The Art Committee organizes the wonderful exhibits at the library.
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Each year, the VITA volunteers help out with tax returns.
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Join our volunteers who help out with providing children programs!
A bequest to the library builds on the gifts you have made through the years.
Posted on Thu, 03/31/2011 - 3:47pm by Anonymous
With a planned gift you can endow your annual gift in perpetuity.
100% Tax Deductible. 100% Worth it.
Please Donate Now!
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Drop-in for a musical half-hour of songs, dances and finger-plays with Diane Wells and her trusty guitar.
Movie Mondays - Moby Dick
Monday, March 17 at 4:00 p.m.
"Whales, Whaling & Whalers"
Children in grades 3-8 are invited to join us for this exciting, hands-on program presented by the Mystic Seaport on the whaling industry in New England.
Are you 3D certified?
Prepare yourself for the world of 3D printing. We will be conducting weekly classes on using the Library's latest technology, a MakerBot Replicator 2x 3D printer.
Divergent Movie Release Party
Come have some Dauntless cake and get excited for the Divergent movie release! Thursday, March 20, 5:30-6:30PM in the Plaut Room.
New and Recommended Graphic Novels
From the Directors desk – March 2014
As change happens outside and the days get longer and warmer; so too is change happening in the library. Those of you who’ve been in the library in the last few weeks, will have seen the wonderful changes happening inside the library.
New and Recommended Fiction for March