Nov 252014

Upcoming Programs:

  Click here for Children’s Story Hour Information

 We will be closed on Thanksgiving and on Friday, the 28th. We will be open Saturday, the 29th from 10am to 1pm (our usual hours.)


wreath2Holiday Wreaths and Arrangements

Our beautiful and uniquely decorated holiday wreaths are back for sale at the Library, thanks to Barbara Deindorfer Young, Mary Cooper, Kate Parenteau and a team of helpers. They’ll be for sale beginning December 4th in varying sizes and designs. AND NEW this year: holiday winter floral arrangements in vintage vases & vessels. So treat yourself or give as a great gift and support your Wheeler Library with 100% of sale proceeds going to the Library.
Quantities limited.


Please join us for our Annual Open House at The Wheeler Library.
Sunday December 7 from 4:30-6:00pm. Come and see an amazing show with World Yo-Yo Champion John Higby, Guinness World Record Holder 2008, 2011, 2012 and 2013. The performance will begin at 5:00pm.

Following the open house you can stroll across the street to the village green for Christmas Carols, the town tree lighting and a visit from Santa. We look forward to seeing you there! Sponsored by the Friends of Wheeler Library.

Mother-Daughter Book Club – Tuesday, December 9th at 6:30. This month’s selection is The Phantom Tollbooth. The club is open to girls ages 9 to 12 and their moms. Both mothers and daughters are encouraged to read the book, and come to the meeting ready to share thoughts, ideas and perhaps a favorite passage or two. Registration is required – books are available at the circulation desk.

 We often have great edibles made by great North Stonington cooks, sold to benefit the library. Currently we’ve got Watermelon Pickle made for us by Merry Bliss. Great for Christmas baskets with some of our ghee and local honey.

woodshedNeed a woodshed for your yule log? Chris Annino has constructed one for us which we are raffling off. Tickets are $10 each. The drawing will be held on December 15th. All proceeds benefit Wheeler Library.





Music on Main – A Community Concert Series on Sunday afternoons.  Join us for a series of  classical music concerts featuring musicians from the Eastern Connecticut Symphony. Click here for more details and tickets. Our next concert features a trombone quartet, January 25th at 3pm.