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What's Going On?


Meditation @ the Library

Join us for our meditation program, led by Jeannette, an experienced yoga and meditation teacher. Weekday sessions are every Wednesday @ noon and evening sessions are the first Monday of the month @ 7. No sessions on 8/5 and  9/25.

Monthly Movies

Recently released films are shown on the second Monday at 12:00 noon and last Tuesday at 6:30 pm of every month. NEW to our movie schedule is the noon showing so bring your lunch and enjoy an afternoon film.

Tuesday, May 28th at 6:30 pm – “The Upside,” a drama-comedy starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart

Monday, June 12th at 12:00 noon – “Isn’t it Romantic,” a satirical-romantic-comedy starring Rebel Wilson

Tuesday, June 25th at 6:30 pm – “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,” an adventure-comedy film starring Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce

If you are a film fanatic, check out our film streaming resource – Kanopy!

On Display – Take a Look

Photography by Joanne Zascone is on display at the Library. Her work will be hanging on the Library walls during the months of May and June.  During May  the lobby display cases will feature  her photos of feral cats.  The case in the Children’s Room has a display about a local grandfather and his patented invention.

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