Birdscaping is an easy and dependable way to feed birds throughout the winter, using native vegetation. Patrick Comins, Executive Director of the CT Audubon Society will present a lively talk on how native trees, shrubs and other plants can help bring your yard and community to life.
Are you a knitter, crocheter, or needlepointer? Join us for an evening of stitching. Share tips, tricks, and skills and meet other crafters in Weston. Work on your own project or, or one of our Craft for a Cause projects. All skill levels welcome! Light refreshments provided.
November 30: Red scarves for Foster Care to Success due. www.fc2success.org
January 30: Red hats for Little Hats, Big Hearts due. www.heart.org
April 30: Beanies and blankets for Knots of Love due. Details and requirements at www.knotsoflove.org
This book discussion group coordinated by the Weston Senior Center and the Library will meet at the Weston Library on Oct. 25 at 11 am. This month’s leader will be Ray Rauth who has selected The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert. Please register here.
We now have Chromebooks available to checkout for use in the library. Please ask at the front desk.
Friday, Nov. 1: 8 am – 9am
9 am – 6 pm
Saturday, Nov. 2: 9 am – 5:30 pm
Sunday Nov. 3: 10 am – 5:30 pm
All amateur photographers are welcome to join the Weston Library Photo Club, which will meet on the first Tuesday of every month a 9:30 am and third Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm in the Library Conference Room A. Visit their website here!
We have stainless steel travel mugs with the Library’s logo available for purchase at the information desk. These mugs are made by Contigo and feature a locking, easy-clean lid to prevent leaks. Beverages stay hot for up to 5 hours and the mug is compatible with the Library’s Starbucks coffee machine! Cost is $25 per mug.
Now available for purchase at the cafe in the library
3 varieties of Starbucks coffee, tea, and hot cocoa