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January 16, 2022

What's New

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Our doors are open to all patrons during our regular business hours: Monday-Thursday: 9am-7pm Friday: 9am-5pm Saturday: 9am-2pm Ongoing Covid-19 Safety Measures  Universal Mask Requirement: Masks are required for all … Continue reading »

Upcoming Closing

The Library will be closed on Monday, January 17 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day we will open our regular hours (9am – 7pm) on Tuesday, January 18.

Artist Talk with exhibiting artists: Josh Brown, Erycka Ortiz, and Tycho Horan Wed. January 27, 6:00 PM

Via zoom. For Teens and Adults. For more information and to register, visit the events calendar here. Questions? Email Nike: ndesis@oldlymelibrary.org

Extended Library Hours for HS Midterms

Extended Study Hours are now Tuesday, January 18 and Wednesday, January 19 from 7-9 PM. For Teens. Arriving after 7PM? Ring the doorbell! Questions? Email Nike: ndesis@oldlymelibrary.org

Phoebe’s Morning Book Chat – Thursday, February 10 at 11am

Phoebe’s Morning book chat takes place on the second Thursday of every month at 11:00am. Multiple copies of the selected book are available please call the library (860-434-1684) to reserve … Continue reading »

Contemporary Classics with Marsha Bansavage – Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at 7:00pm

This program will be virtual (via Zoom) email Linda Alexander at lalexander@oldlymelibrary.org each month to receive a link to the discussion. The library has multiple copies of the book, please … Continue reading »

The Hog River: Do You Know Connecticut has a Buried River? – Wed, January 26 at 6:30pm

Enjoy a conversation with Dick Shriver, publisher of the local Estuary magazine, and Elizabeth Normen, publisher of Connecticut Explored and author of My Ride Down the Hog River in Estuary’s … Continue reading »

On behalf of the staff of the library and the Board of Trustees:

Libraries have long served as stewards of free speech, and we are proud and passionate to be a part of that tradition. We remain fully committed to free expression and free … Continue reading »