All Week Follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter to share and hear about great library experiences Monday – April 5 State of America’s Libraries Report Released SFL Online Trivia #1 Tuesday – April 6 National Library Workers Day The Hill We Climb read by Mrs. Frey Wednesday – April 7 National Library Outreach Day
APRIL 2021 – SEED LIBRARY The SFL Seed Library opened for the season on March 16. The Seed Library is organized by URI Master Gardener Noreen Kepple and SFL staff member Ivy Hope Burns. It will be set up on a table inside the library, near the front desk. Community members are welcome to select
Our curbside pickup services continue. To place a hold, order library materials and sign up or renew your library card please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-535-0658. You can also place holds through your online library account at any time. Our book drop is open. All materials returned are quarantined for 72 hours. For curbside service please request materials prior
APRIL 2021 Kim – Library Technical Assistant I have spent the past 30 years teaching elementary school in Norwich. My greatest joy came from instilling a love of learning and growing lifelong readers. With that goal in mind, I have always harnessed the power of my local library to keep my students’ reading habits fulfilled.
The Stonington Free Library (SFL) is proud to announce that Micayla Hall has been chosen as the new Library Director to succeed the recently retired Belinda de Kay. Micayla joined SFL in September 2012 as a part-time Youth Services Assistant, and has experience working in virtually every area of the Library. She was named Assistant
A longtime welcoming presence at the Stonington Free Library (SFL), Director Belinda de Kay has announced her plans to retire. Belinda joined the Library over 30 years ago as a part time circulation staff member, becoming Assistant Director and ultimately Director in 2015. After spending the past 2+ years overseeing major construction and renovation projects,
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ADULT READING CHALLENGE Participate in our reading challenge. Enter to win great prizes! How many books can you read in five months? Email email@example.com with any questions. REGISTER HERE
STONINGTON FREE LIBRARY REOPENING PROTOCOLS – EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 26, 2020 HOURS: Monday 10-6 Tuesday 10-6 Wednesday 10-7 Thursday 10-6 Friday 10-5 Saturday: 10-1 FOR YOUR SAFETY: Do not visit if you are feeling unwell Facemasks required to enter the library and must be worn at all times in the building Children 2 years
Stonington Free Library Capital Campaign 2020 Campaign to Update and Fund a Library for the 21st Century Stonington, Conn. (September 1, 2020) – The Stonington Free Library (SFL) is excited to announce a MATCHING CHALLENGE for our recently launched Capital Campaign. A group of library supporters have banded together to match donations up to $75,000!