Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Friday Morning Pageturners - A Short Story Discussion Group

Twice a month on Friday mornings you may hear laughter and spirited conversation coming from the second floor of the library. Those sounds are coming from The Friday Morning Pageturners, a short story discussion group! We get together on the 2nd and 4th Friday mornings of each month from 10:30 - 11:30 am.

At each meeting we discuss a different short story, chosen by a member of the group or the discussion moderator, Nancy Tusinski the Adult Services Coordinator at the library. Stories are provided by the library, you may join anytime, and come as often as you are able. This may be once a month, once every couple of months, or every time we meet! If you'd love to be part of a book discussion group, but don't have the time to read a book each month, the Friday Morning Pageturners might be the group for you. Pick up a story at the Main Desk and join in!

Friday, May 23, 2008

Closed for Memorial Day Weekend

The Springfield Town Library will be closed Saturday, May 24 and Monday, May 26 for Memorial Day weekend. The library will resume its regular hours on Tuesday, May 27 at 9:00am.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Computer Tutor @ the Library

Do you know someone who would like to learn basic computer skills? How to use a mouse, save a document on Word, set up an email account or learn to surf the Internet?

The Springfield Town Library now offers a Computer Tutor half hour every Wednesday morning at 10:00 am. A library staff person will teach basic computer skills in three sessions. Call or drop by the library to sign up for a half an hour session. The next openings are in July.

Has your friend or neighbor never used a computer? Not a problem, we'll start at the beginning.

Monday, May 05, 2008

400 Miles Down the Connecticut River with Michael Tougias - Thursday, May 15



There’s something for everyone in this slide presentation on Thursday, May 15th at 7pm, as Michael Tougias takes the audience on an incredible voyage down the entire 410 miles of the Connecticut River. Discussion of the Native Americans, log drives, steamships, canals, wildlife, and environmental issues are included with natural history, adventure and more. Practical tips will be given including his favorite sections of the river to paddle, fish and camp. Tougias’ slides will also help the viewer find the best spots for photographing wildlife such as moose and bald eagles. Humor is woven throughout the talk as Tougias describes some of his misadventures on the river. For more information visit the author's website, http://www.michaeltougias.com/ .

Vote Tuesday May 13, 2008 – (Regarding Park Street School)

Please remember to vote Tuesday May 13 on the question of the continued use of Park Street School. Polls are at Riverside Middle School Gymnasium and open at 8:00am and close at 7:00pm. For more info please call the Springfield Town Clerk's Office at 885-2104.