NORTH STONINGTON'S LIBRARY SINCE 1908

Wheeler Library is the cultural center of our community and the place North Stonington residents  gather for the discovery of ideas & the joy of reading.  Materials, programs and services for everyone. 

Upcoming Events @ YOUR LIBRARY

Join Beth Varas from North Stonington’s Mystical Garden Flower Farm for this program, Saturday, February 8th at 10:30 am. Register here

Soil blocking is a seed starting method used by the Dutch and English for decades. It offers many benefits to traditional seed starting trays – it’s space saving and provides a greater rate of germination – perfect for starting seeds indoors under lights – seedlings grow faster and more robust The majority of the flower seedlings grown by Beth Varas of Mystical Gardens Flower Farm are started this way with great success, under lights indoors. If you’ve been wanting to start your own veggies, flowers, etc.. from seed indoors for a jump start to the gardening season, come and find out more about this wonderful seed starting technique and see if it’s right for you!

Love to write? This monthly group is led by Sarah Starr-Murphy, writer, editor and North Stonington resident. Free and open to all middle and high school age students.

Yoga with Kim – Wednesdays at 8:45am. Detailed instruction practiced to align, strengthen, and promote flexibility in the body, allowing new students to easily follow the class. Emphasis on linking breath with body movement. Each week we will make a simple, full circuit of the body’s range of motion to bring relaxation, balance and challenge to the body and mind. Both relaxing and revitalizing, a nice way to start the day. Kim is 200 hour certified in Integrative Yoga Therapy. 
 
Drop in fee $18/class.  A portion of the proceeds benefits Wheeler Library. 

Shop at Wheeler Library for local items – ghee, honey, syrup, Tucchio prints, paintings by local artists, and more.

GIVE TO WHEELER LIBRARY

Wheeler Library is a private, independent public library. Funding comes from generous donations from the community, income generated from an endowment left by the Wheeler Family, bequests, the town of North Stonington and the Friends of Wheeler Library.  We depend in large part on the generosity of individuals and organizations for a large part of our budget. Thank you for your support!
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