Postponed Program:

"Build a Better Garden" at Cossitt Library has been POSTPONED to Saturday, April 29, 11am-Noon.  The donated plantings are not quite ready to brave our New England "cool" spring! For more information, call 860.844.5275.

Holiday Closings

The Libraries will be closed
Friday, April 14 and Saturday, April 15.

We wish our patrons and town residents 
a lovely, safe holiday!

What's coming up at the Library:

Poetry at Cossitt Library
Friday, 3/24, 7pm - 8:30pm (snow date: 3/31)

Local poet and musician Laura Mazza-Dixon and CT Poet Laureate, Rennie McQuilkin, share their literary work and encourage others to do the same in this Open-Mike session that follows their readings. Register early; limited to 36 participants. Light refreshments provided.

Cossitt Library's Finale Event
Sunday, 4/2, 2pm - 4pm (snow date 4/9)

Enjoy historic re-enactors, stories and music from the past, view historical artifacts and visit with former library staff!  Hors d'oeuvres and cake provided by Katering by Karen. 

Libraries Closed:

Due to the predicted blizzard conditions for Tuesday, March 14, the Libraries and Town Departments (Town Hall, Park & Rec and the Senior Center)
will be CLOSED. All fines for 3/14/17 will be waived.

Please be safe out there!

Coming up at the Libraries:

Something About the Author Book Group:  William Carlos Williams
Monday, March 6, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. @ Granby Public Library - Copies of Williams works are available to borrow beforehand.

Miss Heather’s Special Story Time  
Saturday, March 4, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. @ Cossitt Library
All ages welcome for specially-themed stories, followed by a hands-on craft project with Miss Heather.

Compassionate Crafting Series    
Tuesdays, March 7, 14, 21, 28, 2:30 – 3:30 p.m., @ Granby Public Library (snow dates-Thursdays)
The series kicks off March 7 with a presentation by Paula DeSilva, President of Quilts2Heal and long-time member of the Haitian Health Foundation. Paula will speak about turning a love for crafting into a philanthropic endeavor.  Caring crafters are encouraged to drop in to knit, crochet, sew or assemble any number of items for charitable organizations - quilts for veterans, pet toys for animals in shelters, baby caps for infants or fleece blankets for patients in hospitals. Call the library for more info.