Thanks to the Town of North Stonington, Wheeler Library has a new drive-up drop box for all library materials, including DVDs. It is in the front of the building on the east side, so if you pull into the first set of pillars coming out of the village, you’ll be able to drop your items off without getting out of the car.
It’s Summer @ your library – lots to read, lots to do!
Ongoing all summer:
Summer Reading Books. Wheeler Library has oodles of books to keep your brain busy all summer! Need a certain title? Ask our friendly staff.
Family Fun Raffle. Do you like to have fun? Free weekly raffle drawing for prizes that will increase your family fun. Enter every time you visit Wheeler Library!
Checkout Challenge. Borrow and build. Every time you borrow books from Wheeler Library this summer, add Lego bricks to our community creation! How big will our structure get?
Weekly Drop-in Activity. Our weekly rotation of drop-in activities includes open-ended materials such as play dough and Lego bricks. Available all week during regular library hours. Pop in to the library and exercise your imagination!
Grab & Go Book Bags. Check out one of our Grab & Go Book Bags! Each bag has a theme such as Dinosaurs, Pirates, or Art and contains a selection of books and activities for the whole family.
But wait, there’s more…
Ooey Gooey, August 16 at 10:30am. Sensory play time with Mrs. Tardiff! Little ones will explore a variety of textures in a playful environment. Great for 3-4 year olds. Space is limited. Registration required. Call 860-535-0383.
Book Discussion – Come anytime – next book is The Perfect Horse, which we’ll discuss on Tuesday, August 22nd at 6:30. We have copies of the book available at the library. Light refreshments.
Save the Date – Author Celeste Ng (Everything I never told you) comes to Wheeler Library on Saturday, September 16th at 1pm. Her new book, Little Fires Everywhere, will be released a few days prior to her visit. Co-hosted with Bank Square Books.
We’ll have a book discussion on Everything I never told you on Tuesday, September 12th @6:30. Copies of the book are available now at the library.