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Only one month left of exciting summer reading programs! It's nevertoo late for your children to earn bones to feed our Library dog, Biscuit, or teens to earn raffle tickets for autographed books and gift cards. Adults you can still earn raffle tickets towards our Escape the Ordinary grand prize of a night's stay for 2 at Green Acres Bed & Breakfast. Great summer events continue in August!
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Interested in learning how the Library's 3D printer works? Come in for live demonstrations and instructions. Learn how to find and print items for your home or business. You may choose an object to print or send us your file and we'll print it for you.
An introduction to computer coding and how it works.
Simsbury Community Read
Join members of the SHS crew team, coaches and community members for a discussion of the book The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics by Daniel J. Brown. Our discussion will be led by Mary Jane Springman as we all learn what it means to be part of "the boat." Pick up your copy today and become part of the discussion!
Small group instruction to learn how to download free e-books to the Kindle. Preregistration is required.
& Lit for Teens
Get free books! Bring a brown bag lunch. We'll provide drinks & dessert. Let's discuss what you're reading this summer. Drop in.
for Teens: No-Sew T-shirt Creations
Bring one or many t-shirts. A few different crafts TBA.
Movie Night: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Fun for the entire family. Just drop in.
Cardfight Vanguard for Teens
Open to any teens interested in playing or learning to play Cardfight Vanguard. Drop in.
Social for Teens
Come discuss your fandoms and participate in trivia, raffles, and more! Snacks Provided! Theme TBA. Drop in.
Women Avoid: Practical Tools to Live our Life Safely and Confidently
Dennis Golden, CEO of IM-SAFE and author of What To Know Do And Say To Be Safe, a Woman's Guide to Personal Safety will open up a whole new world where women can feel confident in the face of any challenge or encounter.
Learn new verbal skills, ways to deter unwanted attention and discover 7 highly effective things you can do if you find yourself in physical confrontation with a predator at home at work or at play.
Attend one or all of the series taught by certified instructor Hannah Ardenski. Bring your own mat.
Flicks: The Dirty Dozen
Library Staff will be at the
to demonstrate many of our databases and services. If you're shopping at the market come and check us out. Questions? We've got the answers.
2015 USED BOOK SALE COLLECTIONS!
Bring: Books, games, puzzles, CDs, DVDs & Computer software; all in GOOD, CLEAN condition Don't Bring:Records, magazines, encyclopedias, textbooks, video/audio tapes, or books in poor condition
BOOK SALE Dates: Sept. 12 & 13 @ Simsbury High
Questions? Want to Volunteer? Call Charmaine Glew (860) 651-4192 or Ann Wallack (860) 658-7781
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