The Fitzwilliam Library will begin its 2010 art shows with an exhibit of paintings by local artist, Barbara Schupack.
From the Issue:May 2010
Barbara says of her work: “When you draw an apple tree, the dancing shape imprints on your memory. Art, for me, has been an adventure in appreciating the differences and similarities in forms, light and moods in Nature, and the objects around us.” Barbara began taking oil painting lessons at the age of nine, studied art history in college and earned a degree in interior design twenty-five years later. In between she shared art with three daughters, taught other children and was later led to a retirement of full time painting and drawing. “Our area is rich in natural wonders of
The exhibit at the library will begin on Saturday morning, May 15 with an opening reception from 9:30 to 11:30, and will continue through June 26.
Free Lunch @ the Library!! (Yes, there is such a thing as a free Lunch!!) Saturday, March 13th will be our 3rd Annual Hot Soup Social from 12 - 2 PM. Or until the soup runs out. We’ll have soup from Inn at East Hill Farm & Sunflowers , bread from Eva’s Bakery & Cafe , and beverages from Troy Minute Mart. Say good-by to cabin fever and hello to a free lunch. So brave the cold and enjoy a hot meal with your neighbors. The following sponsors make this event possible: Inn at East Hill Farm, Troy Minute Mart, Hannaford in Rindge, Eva’s Bakery & Café, Sunflowers Café. THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH!
From the Issue:March 2010
Food for Fines @ the Library from February 1st – 8th One donated item = $1 Donate a food item and have a dollar taken off your fines. You can do this for up to $5 worth of fines. Only good for fines not for lost or damaged items. Per the rules of the NH Food Bank, we are unable to accept open packages, homemade items, perishable foods, or items with expired dates.
From the Issue:February 2010
The library is going to the dogs! Children have the opportunity to “Paws to Read” with Amy Willey and her certified therapy dog Jubilee. Creating a calm and encouraging environment Jubilee will sit or lie close and listen quietly as children read aloud to her. It’s the ultimate in nonjudgmental support, with the added bonus of nice, soft fur. Paws to Read programs have been shown to help readers gain self confidence and improve their reading skills. The program will be from 4-5 PM, Thursday, Jan 21 with each child receiving 15 minutes to read to Jubilee. More dates will be added in February and March. Suggested for beginning readers, reluctant readers or any readers from K-6 grade. Sign-up is required. Jubilee will be available for a meet and greet before Storytime on January 20th.
From the Issue:January 2010
Own your very own Library Bag! Now on sale at the Library for ONLY $1. This sturdy, plastic “Born to Read” bag makes an excellent gift or gift bag!
From the Issue:December 2009
We are selling Tree Free Cards in tins for $5 each at the Library. Our selection includes holiday cards. Support the Library and get a head start on your holiday shopping.
Join us for Storytime with the amazing Sheila Depew every Wednesday from December 2nd to December 23rd at 4:15 P.M. Our 30 minute Storytime for ages 3 and up is full of stories, lots of fun and a great craft. Children will need an adult present to attend.
HOLIDAY HOURS: The Library will be closed Thursday, December 24. We will also close at 5 PM on Thursday, December 31.
We have FREE passes to the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH. One pass admits 2 adults free while ages 17 and under always get in free. Great for weekends, school vacations or just to get out of the house! Currier Museum of Art's permanent collection contains 13,000 American and European works of art, representing nearly every medium, plus special exhibitions which change on a regular basis. Made possible by a gift from a generous donor.
From the Issue:November 2009
The book sale was an amazing success that exceeded our expectations! Thank you to everyone who supported us & left with some great books.
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The Library Chicken has officially picked her own name! On September 9th at 5 PM in the presence of several adults and children she pecked at the name Buttercup submitted by Suzie DaSilva thereby choosing her name. Buttercup’s sister, not wanting to be left out, pecked the name Pecco submitted by Abby Sherlock as her own. For more photos visit our website www.troylibrary.us
From the Issue:October 2009
Feeling Generous?? Buy the library a book from our Amazon.com wish list. We could really use your help! http://tiny.cc/qNvtv
Join us on Tuesday, October 6th at 6 PM to help us sort books for the book sale on October 9 & 10th. Or help us remove unsold books at the end of the sale. Contact Catherine, if you can help either before or after the sale.
Summer Reading Program is in full swing! Getting prizes for reading is super easy. Sign-up, read an age appropriate book, get a prize (while supplies last). It’s THAT simple. Adults don’t worry, we’ve got a program for you too. Everyone gets a Badger or Moose Smooch lip balm just for signing up! There will be a regular storytime on Wednesdays with Sheila at 4:15 PM from July 1st to August 5th. On Saturday, July 25th at 11am we’ll have the "Hot & Sticky" zoo program which will be held at Troy School. It will feature the majestic Macaw,