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Oct 152018
 

Wheeler Library’s Annual Appeal letter is on its way to you. Please help us continue to serve North Stonington and keep this gorgeous town landmark in good condition. Our operating budget is primarily funded through your gifts!
We are currently refinishing the gorgeous entrance doors, and re-pointed much of the masonry this summer. We’ve added an Arts Corridor to showcase local artists. We continue to provide a wide range of programs, materials and services to the whole community.
Please support your library with a donation today. Give here, at the library, or through the mailing arriving this week. Thank you.
Charter Oak is matching donations to Wheeler Library up to $500. The form is here. Thank you for your gift.

 

Do you have children’s costumes you no longer need? New and gently used, clean children’s costumes and accessories will be accepted, during library hours only, today through Wednesday, October 24th.
Need a kid’s costume for this year? Visit the library with your child beginning Wednesday, October 10th. You do not need to donate a costume to select one.
Donate – Now through 10/24
Select – Beginning 10/10

Book Discussions –

We will discuss Chris Cleave’s novel Little Bee on Tuesday, October 16th at 6:30. We have copies of the book at the library. Then, we’ll tackle David Copperfield, discussing the first half of the book on Tuesday, November 13 at 6:30, and the second half on Tuesday, December 11th at 6:30. We have copies of David Copperfield .

The Rescue Fleet that Saved Danish Jews from the Nazis & the vessel that brings the story to life at the Seaport.

Wednesday November 7th at 7pm.

Meet Howard Veisz with a program about the Gerda III. This lighthouse supply vessel became part of a rescue fleet that saved the Danish Jews in WW2. The Gerda III is maintained at Mystic Seaport. Free and open to all. Refreshments. Sponsored by the North Stonington Historical Society and the Friends of Wheeler Library.

 

 

Paperclay Sculpting – Thursday evenings, November 8th and 15th. 6pm – 7:30pm. Taught by Sue Starr.

Come join us for two evenings of fun as you learn to create a wire and aluminum foil armature and cover it with paperclay. Paperclay is similar to papier-mâché, but enables you to sculpt with fine detail – more like clay. $40 for series of two classes. More details and registration information here.