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Letters to Newtown

The library is open regular hours!

The Children's Department will remain closed while the flood remediation work is being done. However, we'll still be conducting many programs for children in the meeting room, so check our website frequently to learn what's happening.

Storytime for 3 - 5 year olds will take place at their regular times in the meeting room.


You can still return your children's items and there is a selection of children's books and movies available on the second floor.


 

We're hiring! The library is looking for two part-time custodians. Click here for the job description.


Did you know we have a 3D Printer at the library? 

Stop by the YA Department to sign up for a training session with one of our knowledgeable teen volunteers!

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Volunteers Needed for Fun Memory Wire Bracelet Projectbracelets

Thursday, March 5th from 3:30-5 pm

Katie Stevenson will be back to help us with this rewarding volunteer project to benefit the library.  If you like to craft, hang out with FUN people, and help the library please join us. The bracelets are beautiful!

 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."

 

For grades 5 and beyond.


Hooked on Llamas

Saturday, March 7

Meet a live llama up close and personal.

Hear stories and learn true facts about llamas.

llama

 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."

 

 

 

 

 


Teen Tech Week is for Everyone

March 9-14

Come check out some new technology available at the library. We'll have demos and hands-on fun.

Monday, March 9th - MaKey-MaKey Demo in the Children's Department 11:30am-2 pm
Tuesday, March 10th - 3D Printer Demo from 3pm-6pm
Wednesday, March 11th - Arduino from 3pm-6pm
Thursday, March 12th   - 3D Printer Demo from 3pm-6pm

Friday, March 13th - MaKey-MaKey Demo in the Children's Department 11:30am-2 pm

Saturday, March 14th - More fun!

We'll be unveiling some brand new technologies throughout the week so stop in often.  We don't want you to miss out.

 


Debbie O'Carroll's Irish Magic Show  debbie o'carroll

Sunday, March 15      2:00 pm

Magician Debbie O'Carroll blends amazing stage magic, zany physical comedy and lots of audience participation as she introduces her audience to a clan of intriguing characters from Irish children's literature.
 
Children ages 4 and up will delight in the charm and enchantment of magical Ireland!

 

 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."


LittleBits with Bob Schroeder

For ages 9-12littleBits

Saturday, March 21st 1-2:30 pm

LittleBits are plug & play components that can be joined together to make functional electronic gadgets.
 
 
We will learn the principles of electronics (sound, light, and motion sensors, switches, motors, LED’s) with some hands-on construction of several small fun group projects, plus a larger project involving digital communication.
 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."


Rachel Basch: Author Reading and Receptionb

Sunday, March 22nd from 3:00 to 5:00 in the Meeting Room

Come hear Rachel read from her latest book, The Listener, a wise and witty novel about the challenges to identity that arise in both adolescence and middle age—and the student and therapist who just may have the power to save each other. Refreshments will be served. All book sales will benefit the library.

 

Please sign up to the right under"What's Happening..."

or just show up!

 

 


Needle Felting with Katie

Thursday, March 26th from 3:30 to5:00pmbirdy

 

Since you're asking, we're having another class. Come learn how to create a small project using colored wool and a special burred needle. These sessions are very enjoyable, relaxing and fun. Sign up soon, space is limited. $5.oo materials fee.

 

 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."

 

 


How Posture Affects Your Health and What You Can Do About Itposture

Thursday March 26th at 7:00 pm, Meeting Room

 

Janet Schroeder will discuss the relationship of your posture to many health issues. She will evaluate each participant and demonstrate simple stretches and daily practices to keep your body in good alignment.

 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."

 


 

Arduino is Back!

Thursdays from 6:30-8 pmarduino

April 23rd-May 28th

This six part session will explore several different projects with Arduino. Participants should bring their own laptop and plan on attending all six sessions. (The dates are 4/23, 4/30, 5/7, 5/14, 5/21 and 5/28)

Please sign up to the right under"What's Happening..."

Ages 12 and up!

 


Computer Tutor

Mondays 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Get one-on-one computer help on Mondays.
Sign up at the Reference Desk or schedule an appointment by calling 203-426-8552 or emailing boothref@chboothlibrary.org

 

 


Please note that the C.H. Booth Library Board of Trustees is reviewing the library’s meeting room policies and fees. Any changes will be publicized as soon as they are put into effect.


Important Tax information

The IRS is not providing the usual number of tax forms and instructions this year. The library will recieve a limited number of tax forms but no instruction booklets. We can help you download/print/copy forms and instructions. Printing is 10 cents per page.

IRS forms and booklets can be

Delivered to you by mail: http://www.irs.gov/orderforms 1-800-829-3676

Downloaded from the IRS website: http://www.irs.gov/forms


 

                                                                             

books heal hears"Books Heal Hearts" - donations to the C.H. Booth Library for our community

Visit the website, One Newtown, for information on support and recovery. A new website, Newtown Charities, provides charitable organization information.


Information on Grief Counseling, Financial Assistance, and Donations to Newtown, Click Here.

Visit the website called One Newtown, www.onenewtown.com, for information on our "path forward and things that support recovery".


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