When was the last time you walked into your local library? In recent years, libraries have evolved into dynamic and innovative centers for engagement to accommodate the growing needs of their local communities.
The Cheshire Public Library is a part of Outside the Lines, a global initiative designed to reintroduce libraries to their local communities. From Sept. 10-16, 2017, organizations will host events designed to get people thinking – and talking – about libraries in a whole new way. The Cheshire Public Library is offering sixteen programs that week, including the following:
- Toddler Play and Learn, with Early Literacy Experts in attendance
- “A Day in the Life of a 102nd Infantry Soldier” (World War I program)
- Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint class
- Drop-In Tech Help
- After-School Zumba for All Ages
- Cookbook Club: “Taste the World”
- STEM demos and projects
- “All Things Bakelite“
- “Get a Handle on All That Paper” (home organization program)
- Cheshire Fall Festival booth (Saturday, September 16 at Bartlem Park)
- and more!
All Cheshire Public Library programs are free of charge and are sponsored by the Friends of the Cheshire Public Library.