Levi E. Coe Library

Announcements

Scarecrows at the Library

Join Levi E. Coe Library and Mid-Lea Garden Club–Create a scarecrow for the display at the library from October 16th through November 1st. Contact the library at 860-349-3857 for registration information. Individuals, organizations, businesses, and clubs are all welcome. Come join us for autumn fun!

Fall Programs

Be on the lookout every Tuesday morning at 7:30 AM for a program signup or video challenge on the library’s Facebook page.

First Tuesday-Susan’s Teen & Adult Craft

Second Tuesday-Taste Test Tuesday

Third Tuesday-Think about it Tuesday

Fourth Tuesday-Tinkering Tuesday

And of course, weather permitting, Storytime will be held on the library lawn Wednesday mornings at 10:30 AM. If you are unable to attend Storytime, catch Miss Vicki reading a story on YouTube Wednesday evening.

Stamping Kits

Available to check out! Stamping Kits–Everything you need to create cards or for scrapbooking. Each kit comes with clear stamps, acrylic blocks, ink pads, and decorative edge scissors. Choose from Birthday/Friendship, Get Well/Sympathy, Thank You, Wedding/New Baby, Valentine’s, Halloween/Fall, Thanksgiving, & Christmas.

This project is supported by a grant from the Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation.

One Book, One Community

Join us Thursday, October 21st at 6:30 PM via Zoom. The Levi E. Coe Library is a recipient of the American Library Association Libraries Transforming Communities grant to host a One Book, One Community conversation using the book, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson. Copies are available at the library. To register, email: levicoelibraryjess@gmail.com

Lawn Games

It’s still summer! Don’t forget about our lawn games including Bocce, Cornhole, Croquet, Curling, Giant Checkers, Giant Connect Four, Giant Dominoes, Giant Jenga, Horseshoes, Jumbo Foam Dice, Kan Jam, Ladder Toss, Lawn Bowling, Magnetic Darts, Ping Pong, Ring Toss, Scoop Ball, and Washer Toss. This project is supported by a grant from the Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation.

Doxie Flip Scanner–Now Available to Check Out

Got Old Photos? Children’s Artwork? Ticket Stubs? Do you want to preserve them for yourself and future generations? Stop by the library and take home our Doxie Flip Scanner. Gather your old photographs and other memorabilia and scan them with the Doxie Flip. The images are saved to an SD card, which you can then import to your home computer. After installing the Doxie software, you can organize your scans, crop, rotate, adjust the color, stitch multiple scans together, and upload to social media or other apps. This project is supported by a grant from the Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation.