May 202018


Saturday, June 2nd from 9 to 4. Spend the day enjoying eleven properties in North Stonington, featuring glorious gardens, unique barns, lovely landscapes, an antique carriage museum, and a locally-sourced luncheon, prepared by A Thyme to Cook, and served at one of the properties. Tour begins at Wheeler Library, where a morning lawn market will feature our famous heirloom tomato plants, locally produced goods, perennials, and soil testing. Tickets for the tour are $25 in advance; $30 on the day of the tour.  The luncheon, limited and available in advance only, is $15. All proceeds from the Blooms & Barns Tour benefit Wheeler Library. For more information, please go to Blooms and Barns.
Add to Calendar


Colonial American Militias – – Rhode Island author and historian Robert Geake presents a talk on Early American militias. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7pm. American militias from their inception were created to serve and protect their communities. Though they involved themselves in a larger army when crisis occurred, the onset of the American Revolution and the enforcement of a standing army brought about a separate war of independence, one in which militias fought for their right to choose their own officers, be punctually paid, and return home at will from service within a “foreign” state.” Sponsored by the North Stonington Historical Society and Wheeler Library.








Ongoing Children’s Programs
–Story Time – Tuesdays at 10:30
through 5/29- For children under 5 and their caregivers.
–Yoga for Kids – Wednesdays at 11am
–Lunch Bunch – Wednesdays at noon
(through 5/30) – Preschoolers and their caregivers are welcome to bring a bag lunch to the library. Hear a story over lunch, then stay and play.
–Phantom the Therapy Dog First Thursday of each month (coming up on June 7th) -Phantom, a Bernese Mountain Dog , provides a relaxing reading experience for children and their caregivers. Each child will have individual time with Phantom. Sign-up for a slot by calling the library at 860.535.0383



Author Jennifer Egan. Tuesday, June 19th at 6pm. Author Jennifer Egan, whose latest book Manhattan Beach, was Winner of the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction; a NYT bestseller; a San Francisco Chronicle Top 10 Book of the Year; a New York Times Notable Book and a Washington Post Notable Fiction Book of 2017. Her 2011 book A visit from the Goon Squad won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. Co-sponsored with Bank Square Books.

Add to Calendar


This year, Town Wide Tag Sale Day will be held on SEPTEMBER 29, 2018. Mark your calendar now to start cleaning, or get ready to go bargain hunting.