This library serves as the main meeting place for friends and neighbors. It’s the place you can convince other gamers to jump into your Roblox game and compete with you. It’s the in-person and not virtual “Chat Room”. We’re the place little would-be engineers can practice bridge building skills with blocks and then implode it with a single push. You can learn literacy skills by playing with puppets, comradery by sharing food and recipes, cooperation by playing games, teamwork by gaming together and reading skills by accessing our item collection. We’re also the place you can curl up in a big comfy chair and read quietly to your little one. We’re the place that welcomes everyone with things to do and learn even if your main learning style is not through reading. Read the March Ellington Library Newsletter to find out what we have to offer you this month.
Valentines Day is in February so that makes this month a great time to talk about some love! There’s a lot of people in our little sphere that we could say we “love”. Just in the library alone I have come up with the following people I would like to recognize who do something I love. There are so many of them and I’m not able to mention them all but here’s a start on that list… Click on the link below to read more in the Ellington Farman library February Newsletter.
Coming off a pandemic year full of uncertainty in 2021, 2022 proved to be full of activity! We provided an abundance of programs for all ages that were well attended by not only our own patrons but folks from every corner of 2 counties. We continued to provide to the community, programs such as Concerts, the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Santa Pancake Breakfast and our Potluck Breakfast was back for a few months of the year. Our Community Room was used 37 times by groups such as the Cub Scouts, Bible Study, school tutoring, Town Picnic meetings and more. The full report can be found here: Annual Community Report 2022
Snow has been falling all weekend so we can safely say it’s winter and that means it’s time for the December Newsletter. Printed copies are also available at the circulation desk. If you would like a digital copy delivered straight to your inbox in a PDF format then email us with your email address and we’ll add you to our monthly list. Happy Holidays!
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!
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.
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.