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
APRIL 2021 Spring is upon us, with the joys of emerging flowers, longer days, increasingly warm sunshine, and since we live in New England – mud. It is a time of rebirth and an opportunity to take pleasure in all the beautiful sights around us. There is increased hope for relief from the COVID
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Our curbside pickup services continue. To place a hold, order library materials and sign up or renew your library card please email email@example.com 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
Celebrate Black History Month with the Stonington Free Library Books and Movies Available Books Online Books Films SFL Events on YouTube The Green Book in New London and Stonington A Hidden History of Mystic and Stonington Frederick Douglass in New London James Baldwin Community Events La Grua Center Event on Writing, Reading, and Racism: Celebrating Today’s
Belinda’s Book Notes – April 2021 POETRY MONTH, NEW BOOKS FROM OLD FRIENDS, ‘TRIBUTES OF PLEASURE’ – SPRING! ‘The late-past frosts tributes of pleasure bring.’ (George Herbert, ‘The Flower’) That sense of a gift freely given is echoed in Elizabeth Bishop’s ‘A Cold Spring’, perhaps one of the loveliest of Spring poems – ‘Now, from
What is SimplyE? SimplyE is a free, open source app that contains more than 300,000 ebooks and audiobooks. It combines the CT State Library’s digital collection, the New York Public Library’s collection of classics, SFL’s Overdrive collection, and more all in one place! To access SimplyE all you need is an Apple or Android smart
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.
CONNECTICUT TAX FORMS Connecticut tax forms can be printed from: https://portal.ct.gov/DRS/DRS-Forms/Current-Year-Forms/Individual-Income-Tax-Forms Individuals can call the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services to request paper forms: 860-297-5962 The state of Connecticut will not be sending paper tax forms to the library this year. For the 2021 income tax filing season, the Connecticut Department of