April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate, the Weston Public Library will hold a Haiku poetry contest. All entries must be submitted to email@example.com by Haiku Poetry Day on April 17! The contest will be judged by Weston’s own Ray Rauth and a special guest judge and the winner will receive a special poetry themed gift basket.
Stop by the Library for a free seed bomb full of wildflower seeds native to Connecticut. Each seed bomb contains seeds and soil wrapped in air dry clay. As the clay dissolves, the seeds will grow. While supplies last!
How To Borrow:
Complete a MakerSpace agreement form at the Library or click hereto print one out at home. Anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign the form as well. Kits go out for 2 weeks and are available in the Library Cafe!
Join the group to discuss articles from the current New Yorker issue on politics, current events, literature, and more. The New Yorker is available here online with your Weston Public Library card. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to join the group.
Need a little time to unwind and craft with friends and neighbors? Join us on Thursday evenings from 7-8 pm for a virtual Stitch and Sip. You’ll have to provide your own beverage for sipping in this version, but don’t worry, we’ll have something special when we are able to meet in person again! Please register here and we will send you the Zoom login information.