Author Archives: Library Staff

‘Tis the Season for Giving

Please consider donating to the Levi E. Coe Library this holiday season. All donations will be used for programming and activity kits for patrons of all ages. We accept cash, check, and Venmo. It is our honor to serve the community and we thank you!

3rd Annual Gingerbread Village

It’s that time of year again! The village will be on display from December 2nd through the 16th at the library during open hours. This event is a fundraiser for the Library’s Friends Group. The Friends will sell raffle tickets so that visitors may vote on their favorite Gingerbread creation.

Thursday Night Book Club

Join us Thursday, December 14 at 5 PM in discussing Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott. Copies of this title will be available at the library.

Hedgehog Book Craft

Join us Saturday, January 6th at 12:30 PM in creating a hedgehog out of a book! Registration required. Open to teens and adults.

New Museum Pass–Florence Griswold Museum

This pass admits 2 adults and 2 children 18 & under into the Museum. May not be combined with other coupons or passes. Does not include special event fees when applicable. The museum charges an event surcharge of $5 per person over 12 (even with free pass) during our special fall event Wee Faerie Village. Read more >

Ancestry Library Edition

Ancestry Library Edition is now available on our public computers!

Booklist Reader

Click to access monthly book and audiobook recommendations for all ages.

Introducing: The Palace Project

Palace is a simple way to begin reading eBooks or eAudios on your device. Find your library, enter your barcode, and begin reading in less than three taps on the screen. Simply download the Palace App from your device’s app store and have access to over 15,000 eBooks and eAudio titles.

Senior Center Book Club at the Library

Join us Tuesday, December 12th at 2 PM at the library to discuss The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. Copies of this title will be available at the library.

Recycling at the Library

Look for the red bucket in the library’s upper lobby! Do you have any old pens, markers, applesauce pouches, or toothpaste tubes? Sara Hofferd has placed a drop off space for these recyclables and more. If you’re wondering if your plastic items can be left in the red bucket, check