Looking to donate books for The Annual Book Sale at the Stonington Village Fair? Beginning June 8th, SFL volunteers will be accepting donations at the United Church at 67 Main St., Stonington on Saturdays from 9am to 12pm, and Wednesdays from 3pm to 6pm until July 13th. We are looking for volunteers … READ MORE
During the growing season (Spring to early Summer) a seed library is available in the front lobby. Stop by and choose a free packet of seeds to plant in your garden. A big thank you to Noreen Kepple, URI Master Gardener, for all her hard work setting up this program.
ONE-ON-ONE TECH HELP
Book a 30 minute appointment. Sessions held weekly on Fridays from 1-2 pm. Stop by, call or email us.
Two years ago the Board of Trustees launched a strategic planning process. The community’s response to our outreach was overwhelmingly positive and reflected a remarkable level of participation. This plan reflects the commitment of the library to respond to the community’s message of support and encouragement.
J.D. McClatchy Memorial Corner
Our patrons and visitors are welcome to browse and enjoy this unique collection, a gift of the estate of J. D. (Sandy) McClatchy. Write your own poem on Sandy's typewriter and take part in the Poet’s Corner competition thanks to the generosity of Robert Palm.
Adobe Creative Cloud Available at the Library
On Library Giving Day we received a generous offer from Sibby Lynch and Michael Schefers to fund a year’s subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud. This includes well-known programs such as Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, Acrobat and more.
GrantStation Now Available at the Library
Thanks to funding from the Town of Stonington, the Library is now offering access to GrantStation. GrantStation provides grantseekers the opportunity to identify potential funding sources.
Annual Book Sale at the Stonington Village Fair
Beginning June 8, SFL volunteers will be accepting donations at the United Church at 67 Main St., Stonington on Saturdays from 9 to 12, and Wednesdays from 3 to 6 until July 13. We are looking for volunteers for pricing and sorting books, and to work the day of the Fair.
On a cool Saturday in April, over 150 guests assembled in the heart of Stonington Borough for the 11th annual Mystery Dinner at the Stonington Free Library, which had been transformed for the evening into the famous Parisian bookstore Shakespeare & Company circa 1919. Attendees mounted the front … READ MORE