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The Library will close at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 31st and will remain closed on Friday, January 1st in observance of New Year's. Regular hours resume Saturday, January 2nd. Sunday hours begin January 3rd.
Monday, December 28th, 4:00-6:00 p.m. in the Community Room
No appointment needed. Major insurance accepted. For more information, contact the Wallingford Health Department at (203) 294-2065.
The Library will be closed on Thursday, December 24th, Friday, December 25th, and Saturday, December 26th in observance of Christmas. Regular hours resume Monday, December 28th.
The Book Seller will be closed on Wednesday, December 23rd.
Tuesday, December 15th, 1:00-3:00 p.m. in the Community Room
Enjoy delicious homemade treats as you marvel at the splendid display of holiday decorations that adorn the walls of the Community Room. All of the decorations are designed and made by Garden Club members.
Bring your neighbors,family and friends to share the warmth and beauty of this traditional holiday tea, and learn more about the Garden Club from members of this 79-year-old community organization.
Tuesday, December 8th 6:30–8:00 p.m. and Wednesday, December 9th 9:30–11:00 a.m. in the Community Room
Nothing is as precious as a card handmade by a child. Help your kids spread a little cheer and make holiday cards for all those special people in your life. We will have ideas and materials for all the December holidays!
We will also encourage kids to make a card for someone serving overseas. We’ll make sure to get that special card to someone who will really appreciate it this holiday season.
This is a drop-in program and everyone is welcome.
Wednesday, December 16th at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Room
The library is delighted to present a special holiday celebration featuring some beautiful voices from Choate Rosemary Hall’s a cappella groups and Chamber Chorus. Program selections will be presented by the Maiyeros and the Kaprophones (boys’ groups), Lilith and the Whimawehs (girls’ groups), and Stonatos, a coed student-faculty ensemble. In addition to these student-run groups, Choate’s select Chamber Chorus, directed by Ralph Valentine, will round out the program. The Choate students and faculty are eager to share their voices and good cheer with all who attend and all are welcome to this free program!