Each spring I start my day by checking on my seedlings. I’ll touch the top of their soil to see if they need water, I’ll rotate the ones furthest from the light so they don’t grow crooked, and then I’ll ogle at and coo over every new little leaf. I cannot overemphasize the awe that
Our favorite summer magician, Ed Pop, is sharing with us seven tricks this week for MAGIC WEEK AT SFL! We will post one new trick each day. Watch it, learn, and then video yourself trying it! You can post it to social media using #StonLibMagic or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. All videos submitted by 11:59
Ready for a change of pace? Your whole family will enjoy the SFL version of quarantine BINGO. Our Spring Family BINGO is a simple way to engage your family’s various interests and celebrate our community at the same time. Print or take a screenshot of the Stonington Free Library Spring Family BINGO card. Have fun
Summer Reading Registration opens on June 17!
Events are FREE and open to Summer Reading participants.
THE GREAT STONINGTON READ is the umbrella for our Winter Reading Challenges, 50 to Grow On (ages 7 and younger), Family Reading Challenge (school age) and Read BOLD! (teens – adults). All programs will run December 1 – April 1. We are celebrating reading and encouraging literacy across all ages. Please drop in to register
The Little Free Library movement began in 2009 when Todd Bol built a miniature model schoolhouse, put it on a post in his front yard, filled it with books and put up a
sign stating, “Free Books.” It was a way to honor his mom—a former school teacher— and to share his love of reading with his neighborhood. The idea took off, and now there are thousands of Little Free Libraries and thanks to a collaboration between the Stonington Village Improvement Association, Stonington High School and the Library, we have four of these magical structures right here in Stonington.
Thanks to our Donors!
“When we read together – when a grandfather reads to a granddaughter, when a teacher reads to a classroom, when a parent reads to a child, when a sister reads to a brother, when everyone in a town reads the same book silently, together – we are taken out of our aloneness. Together, we see
We are looking forward to getting our Story Times up and running again starting Jaunary 9th at 10:30. Also, you don’t want to miss Bring Your Child to the Library Day on February 3rd. We are delighted that C. B. Jennings Dual Language and International Elementary Magnet School is returning to the library to present
Join us at the Library for the afternoon of the Village Stroll and Carol Sing. Beginning at 3 PM, there will be cider and cookies, ornament making for our Christmas Tree and a Polar Express story time at 4:45. Santa will award the “first gift of Christmas” and there will be a treat for all