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June 27th-August 26th
Use the library and be green this summer. Check some great books from the library, bring them home and read them, then return them and do it all over again! Each book you read gives you the chance to win a prize of your choice. Summer Teen events include MLB Live!, Duct Tape, Origami, Wii Tournaments, Karate, Yoga on the lawn and more! Open to all teens in grades 6-12. Entry forms will be available beginning Monday, June 27th.
Tuesday, June 21st at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room
Join Lisa Pranger, Registered Dietician and Certified Diabetes Educator, to learn the basics of reading food labels and be aware of what you are eating and how much you are consuming. Refreshments will be served. Please register online or by phone at (203)265-6754.
Monday, June 13th at 2:00 p.m. in the Community Room
Embark on a journey that focuses the mind, body and soul, with an emphasis on brain fitness, healthy aging and personal growth. This thought-provoking presentation will help you make small but effective changes in your life to live longer, stay healthier and prevent age-related illness. This lecture is cosponsored by the Whitney Center and is part of their Healthy, Wealthy & Wise lecture series. Please register online or by phone at (203)265-6754.
We are excited to announce a new interface for our online catalog coming this Friday, June 10th. We hope the new look will make it easier for you to find materials, place holds, and manage your account. As always, your feedback is welcome.
Thursday, June 9th at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room
This true story depicts the devastation, cooperation, and renewal experienced by a community infested with an invasive tree-killing insect.
In the last 20 years, an invasive pest called the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) has been discovered in several US cities. Yet in the city of Worcester, MA, the ALB has apparently been spreading for at least 12 years, only to be discovered in 2008 by a vigilant citizen who called the authorities about a bug she didn’t recognize. The ALB has put Worcester’s trees at risk, but more ominous is the fact that with one camping trip, the bug could spread deep into the heart of New England’s forest canopy.
Worcester is fighting back. They’re making the ultimate sacrifice - cutting down over 25,000 trees, to protect trees throughout the Northeast.
The Family Night Beach Days program scheduled for Friday, June 3rd has been canceled.