SFL is pleased to help grown ups nourish their creative energy with our new Grab & Go Activity Bags for ADULTS! May's theme is Zentangle Art. Each bag contains design ideas, an extra fine tipped marker, and zentangle paper squares. This relaxing … READ MORE about GRAB & GO ACTIVITY BAGS FOR ADULTS
Knitters/crafters of all skill levels welcome. Please bring projects you are working on. This will be a laid back meeting of knitting/crafting, sharing and asking for advice. The group meets at the library every Wednesday from 1-3 pm in person and via Zoom. Email IvyHope@StoningtonFreeLibrary.org with questions.
SUNDAY EVENING LECTURES
On the second Sunday of the month, from spring through early fall, experts from a variety of fields offer programs via the Library. All lectures are free and open to the public. Check our events calendar for upcoming dates or enjoy past programs by clicking the link below.
A series designed to deliver useful information on a variety of topics. The series runs on select Thursdays from spring through early fall at 5:00 pm. Check our events calendar for upcoming dates or enjoy past programs by clicking the link below.
MONTHLY BOOK GROUPS
Our afternoon group meets the second Thursday of the month at 2 pm in person and via Zoom. Our evening group meets the first Wednesday of the month at 5:30 pm in person and via Zoom. If you are interested in joining email email@example.com.
GrantStation Now Available at the Library
Thanks to funding from the Town of Stonington, the Library is now offering access to GrantStation. GrantStation provides grantseekers the opportunity to identify potential funding sources.
J.D. McClatchy Memorial Corner
Our patrons and visitors are welcome to browse and enjoy this unique collection, a gift of the estate of J. D. (Sandy) McClatchy. Write your own poem on Sandy's typewriter and take part in the Poet’s Corner competition thanks to the generosity of Robert Palm.
Come and use our space, our technology, our collections! Get a library card or help finding a resource, information online or with research. Let us connect you with community resources, lend you an eBook or an audiobook. Stop by, give us a call, or send us an email; all our services and programs are completely free.
Our Sunday Evening Lecture Series and Thoughtful Thursday programs run from spring through early fall. View programs you may have missed or see them again via our video library. We also host book groups, weekly Knitting Group, special events during National Library Week (in April) and more! Check the events calendar for upcoming events.
Our Sunday Evening Lecture Series and Thoughtful Thursday programs run from spring through early fall. View programs you may have missed or see them again via our video library. Check the events calendar for upcoming events.
Come and join the conversation! Our monthly afternoon book group meets the second Thursday of the month at 2 pm in person and via Zoom. If you are interested in joining, simply stop by an upcoming meeting, call the Library, check our webpage or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Participate in our seasonal reading challenges for adults. Enter to win great prizes! Call or email the library for details – 860-535-0658 or email@example.com. Or visit BEANSTACK.
Come and join the conversation! Our monthly evening book group meets the first Wednesday of the month at 5:30 pm in person and via Zoom. If you are interested in joining, simply stop by an upcoming meeting, call the Library, check our webpage or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Knitting Group meets every Wednesday from 1 to 3 pm on Zoom. Knitters of all skill levels are welcome. Please bring projects you are working on. These are laid back meetings of knitting, sharing and asking for advice. Can’t commit to every Wednesday? No problem – just come when you can! Email email@example.com for more information.
SFL Open Mic is hosted the third Tuesday of each month between June and October. Join us for a variety of poetry, stories, and music on the lawn, or sign up to participate. For more information and to get signed up for our next event, email Brianwalls@
Need help using your device? Downloading Library eBooks or audiobooks? Want to learn more about Microsoft Office? Book a 30 minute Tech Help appointment! Sessions are held online as needed. These trainings are designed to help familiarize patrons with common computer and internet functions in order to foster a greater level of digital literacy in our community. Stop by, call or email Brianwalls@stoningtonfreelibrary.org.
Thanks to funding from the Town of Stonington the Library is now offering access to GrantStation. GrantStation provides grantseekers the opportunity to identify potential funding sources for their programs or projects as well as resources which mentor users through the grantseeking process. Those seeking grants can find new opportunities by searching the site’s databases, build a strong grants strategy with GrantStation planning tools, and write powerful proposals with the assistance of step-by-step tutorials.
If you are interested in accessing GrantStation, please call the Library at 860-535-0658, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by to schedule an appointment. GrantStation is only available for use on the Library’s public computers.
A monthly book review publication featuring author interviews, book reviews, new releases, book group recommendations and more. The Library subscribes to the monthly print edition, pick up a copy to take home at the front desk.
Brings you news about books and authors along with picks for great reads. Interviews, reviews, the NPR Bestseller Lists, New in Paperback and much more.
New York Review of Books
A biweekly book review with articles on literature, culture, economics, science and current affairs. Available on our newspaper table for reading within the Library.
New York Times Best Sellers
The Library posts the latest Best Sellers list in our new book area, but you can also check out the website.
The theme of National Library Week 2022 is "Connect with Your Library" This theme promotes the idea that libraries are places to get connected to technology by using broadband, computers, and other resources. Libraries also offer opportunities to … READ MORE about National Library Week 2022