September News, Programs and Events

Summer has come to an end and we made it to September! Children will be back in school and although it might be a bit quieter in the library it doesn’t mean we don’t have a lot on the September programming calendar. Read our newsletter by clicking on the link below and check out the calendar on the left of this site to keep updated on all that’s happening. Come into the library and “Fall” for  a good book or a new favorite author!

September 2022 Ellington Library Newsletter

Audrianna read 50 books this summer to win the Star Reader Award and the grand prize of an aquarium. Great job reading Audrianna!

August is Busy at the Library!

Read the August Ellington Library Newsletter and find out everything that is happening in August. We have programs for all ages. Don’t forget about the Ellington Town Picnic on August 5-7th. You can support our library by stopping by our Library Pie Booth for a delicious homemade piece of pie!

*Please note: we will be closed this Saturday, July 30th. That means our Potluck Breakfast will have to wait until next month- Saturday August 27th.

August 2022 Ellington Library Newsletter

We Are Ready for May!

The month of May has arrived and we are ready for it with all kinds of programs at the library! Kathleen Lombardo, local children’s book author, will be here with a special guest reading her latest book “The Three Chihuahuas Find a Home”. Quilting/Sewing group, Yoga times, Adult Book Club and even Tuesday Cribbage Group is back! Read all about it in our Ellington Library newsletter.

May 2022 Ellington library newsletter

Children’s Book Author Kathleen Lombardo visiting our library in 2017.

April Showers & News!

April showers and Library News. It’s Spring! (almost) and that means bunnies and Mike Morton, beef on weck fundraisers, a film documentary, yoga groups, quilting/sewing group and filling over 650 Easter eggs with candy! Let’s not forget the Adult Book Club discussion, Lego Club and Display case artist Wendy Bale. It’s all happening in the month of April. Click on the newsletter below or you can subscribe to receive our newsletter digitally by emailing us at and sharing your email address. Printed copies are also available on our circulation desk.

April 2022 Ellington Library Newsletter

Behold the Cold is Here!

Behold the cold- it’s here! The library is also here with all kinds of interesting February programs and they’re all happening in a warm, cozy and inviting place.  Every Tuesday from 6-7:30pm starting Feb 1 through March 1, the library will be  showing the PBS Documentary “We Shall Remain”. Five 90-minute documentaries spanning three hundred years tell the story of pivotal moments in U.S. history from the Native American perspective. ‘“We Shall Remain,”  spotlights diverse historical episodes rather than trying to make a single narrative out of the stories of this country’s 562 federally recognized tribes. This documentary represents an unprecedented  collaboration between Native and non-Native filmmakers and involves Native advisers and scholars at all levels of the project. We’ll be showing a different episode every Tuesday. Be sure to  check out the Upcoming Events tab on the right side of this page for more programming. Follow us on Facebook too-

Another bit of exciting news- we now have a Libby partner! You can get more digital access with your library card as it can now be used in the Mid-York Library System. Read the February News for this and other articles.




January is a Great Time to visit our Library

January is a great time to make a resolution to visit our library more often. Want to know what’s happening? The January 2022 library newsletter is out and printed copies are on the circulation desk. You can read a copy of it here on our newsletters page, or request to get a PDF version  by subscribing  using your email address. Just email and you’ll be the first to read it hot off the press! January programing includes our recurring monthly/weekly events plus a health and wellness documentary, Story Times for our youngest patrons and an author visit by children’s author Aaron Measer. Yoga times, crafting and quilting group, Book Club and Lego Club round out the month. Don’t forget to check out our January Display case for the mixed media works of Nancy Ensign-Nixon. You’ll find her information in our newsletter also. You can also find our events by clicking on the  “Upcoming Events” section located on the right side of this site. See you at the library in January and all through the year!