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Friday December 2, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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BUSY
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
LOCATION: Community Room
 
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Baby + Me Playgroup
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us for a story time and play group! Baby + Me is designed for babies to socialize and for caregivers to meet each other! We will do a short lap story and then turn on the music and take out the toys for time to socialize. A great opportunity for new parents to meet and babies to play! 

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Family Board Game Nights
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Visit the Children’s Room Friday afternoons for Board Game Nights. Come in with the whole family or play with other patrons. Enjoy music and a wide selection of board games and card games to choose from!

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 103  zhayn@plnl.org
Saturday December 3, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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New London Chess Club
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Join the New London Chess Club every Saturday at 9:30am in our Community Room! Learn the game for the first time or develop your skills against advanced opponents; players of all abilities are welcome.  Chess boards, pieces, and game clocks are provided by the library. Please contact tkramer@PLNL.org for more info.

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411 ext 5  tkramer@PLNL.org
LOCATION: Adult Reading Room
 
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The Writer's Muster
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

A WRITERS' MUSTER will be held in the downstairs, spacious Community Room of the NEW LONDON PUBLIC LIBRARY, 63 Huntington Street, New London (across from the Garde Arts Center). During that time, invited regional writers -- including Steve Fagin, Amby Burfoot, Mildred Devine, Alan Thibodeau, David Madden, Shari Randall -- will all speak about the literary or theatrical works they hope either to pitch or sell that day, or discuss for future sales and production. The event will be divided into alternating segments: Presentation -- where writers speak briefly to the crowd; and Muster, where crowd members roam the room, visiting the various writer stations. FREE SNACKS & SOFT DRINKS provided by the writers. FREE TO ATTEND, but donations of any amount go to benefit future presentations at the New London Public Library. Further information, contact local writer & event coordinator, Nicholas Checker (860-444-8711 or nickchecker@aol.com).

CONTACT:  Nicholas Checker  860-444-8711  nickchecker@aol.com
LOCATION: Community Room
Sunday December 4, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
Monday December 5, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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DIY Snow Globes for Teens
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Come make some snow globes with us in the teen room! We'll be making them from scratch with a holiday theme, but feel free to bring anything you'd like to include in your own!

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  8604471411  akuvalanka@plnl.org
LOCATION: Teen Activity Room
 
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Make It Mondays: Stickers
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Visit the Children's Room from 3-5pm for Make It Mondays! Create a masterpiece with stickers! Pick from a variety images like cats, dogs, wild animals, flowers, unicorns, mermaids, and more! Each image comes with a paint-by-number style template with corresponding stickers. Just match your stickers to your image! 

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 103  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Hempstead Diaries Local History Club
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Join this semi-monthly virtual meetup to explore the diary of New London tradesman Joshua Hempstead, and learn about colonial life in New England. To register and request your copy of the Hempstead Diary, please call us at (860) 447-1411 ext 5. or email us at ktreadwell@PLNL.org.

CONTACT:  Kate Treadwell-Hill  8604471411  ktreadwell@plnl.org
LOCATION: Zoom Program
Tuesday December 6, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
holiday_tree.png
The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Resume Writing Workshop
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Looking for help with your resume? This workshop is perfect for help regarding anything to do with the format, composition, or layout of your resume. You will be able to get direct feedback on any current resume you may have or help composing one from scratch if you do not already have one.

Please bring any current resume or a piece of paper with information on your work history (jobs, titles, dates held) in order to get the most effective help.

This workshop is very limited in space due to the necessity for close one-on-one help. Please register with the form online or call the library to get registered! Thank you.

CONTACT:  Anna Miller  860-447-1411  amiller@plnl.org
LOCATION: Adult Reading Room
There are 2 spaces available.
 
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Meeting of the Board of Trustees
3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
LOCATION: Community Room
 
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Dungeons and Dragons for Teens
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

All experience levels welcome! We'll be structuring this campaing in such a way that you can join or leave whenever you wish! We can make your characters ahead of time or you can use a premade character, up to you! 

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  8604471411  akuvalanka@plnl.org
 
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
 
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Free Zumba Class
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Join us at the Library for a FREE 1-hour Zumba class with certified instructor Karen Ricardo-Morales.  To register, please use the link below or call (860) 447-1411 ext 5.

Instructor's Waiver:

By registering for this class, you are agreeing that you, the participant, who participates in dance fitness activities or other services provided by, Zumba Fitness, Karen Ricardo-Morales, and The Public Library of New London shall do so at his/her/their own risk. 

You, the participant, assume all risks involved, including but not limited to loss or stolen property, cost, claim, injury, damage, or liability sustained while participating. Zumba Fitness, Karen Ricardo-Morales, nor The Public Library of New London will be held liable for any misfortune that may occur. 

By registering, you are also certifying that you are in good health and have consulted a doctor before beginning this or any other exercise program. 

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Al inscribirse, usted, el participante participará en esta clase de baile en forma de Zumba Fitness. Usted certifica que al usar los servicios de Zumba Fitness, Karen Ricardo-Morales, y la Biblioteca Pública de New London lo hará a su propio riesgo. 

Usted tomará responsabilidad de cualquier riesgo o daño incluyendo pero no limitado a pérdida de propiedad, robo, costo, lesión, y tomará responsabilidad por estos hechos que podrían ocurrir. 

Al firmar, también certifica que está en buena salud y ha consultado con su doctor antes de empezar un régimen de ejercicio.

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411 ext 5  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Community Room & Board Room
Wednesday December 7, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Book Giveaway

Tis the season! Stop by the Children's Room and pick up a free children's book, already wrapped!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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All-Ages Storytime
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us for an all-ages storytime and play group! We will have a short storytime, sing some songs, and then take out some toys for time to socialize and play. A great opportunity for parents to meet and children to play! 

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Homework Help
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Connecticut College students will be offering tutoring help at the Public Library of New London! Drop into the Children's Room between 3pm-5pm on Wednesdays and receive tutoring assistance. 

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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BUSY
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
LOCATION: Zoom Program
 
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Game On!
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Come join us every Wednesday in the Teen Activity Room of the Public Library of New London, we’ll have plenty of board games and some for Nintendo Switch to choose from!

 

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  860-447-1411 x 135  akuvalanka@plnl.org
 
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday December 8, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Community Knit
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Come share a love of knitting and crocheting with friends in the comfort of our local history room!  Bring your project and materials, and socialize with others.

Trying a new stitch? Someone might be able to guide you.  All are welcome, from beginners to advanced.

No registration is required, but for questions, please contact tkramer@PLNL.org.

 

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  860-447-1411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Board Room
 
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Teen Anime Club
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Join us to watch some Anime and talk about your favorites! We'll have crunchroll to explore some options in both dubed and subbed, all are welcome!

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  8604471411  akuvalanka@plnl.org
LOCATION: Teen Activity Room
 
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Community Center Focus Group A
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Public Library of New London is hosting a focus group in conjunction with New London Recreation to determine which services and programs will be incorporated into our city's new Community Center. New London residents of all ages are welcome to join and contribute their ideas. The talk will be held at the Public Library of New London, and will last for approximately one hour.  Food and childcare will be available.

Registration is required to participate.  To register, please use the registration link below, or call us at (860) 447-1411 ext 5.

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411 ext 5  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Board Room
Friday December 9, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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BUSY
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
LOCATION: Community Room
 
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Baby + Me Playgroup
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us for a story time and play group! Baby + Me is designed for babies to socialize and for caregivers to meet each other! We will do a short lap story and then turn on the music and take out the toys for time to socialize. A great opportunity for new parents to meet and babies to play! 

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Family Board Game Nights
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Visit the Children’s Room Friday afternoons for Board Game Nights. Come in with the whole family or play with other patrons. Enjoy music and a wide selection of board games and card games to choose from!

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 103  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Meet a Pro Wrestler!
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Professional wrestler Ken "The Powerful One" Powers will talk all about pro wrestling and powerlifting, athletic training, and everything in between! The LPW Tag Team Champion will also take photos after the event

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  8604471411  akuvalanka@plnl.org
LOCATION: Teen Activity Room
Saturday December 10, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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New London Chess Club
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Join the New London Chess Club every Saturday at 9:30am in our Community Room! Learn the game for the first time or develop your skills against advanced opponents; players of all abilities are welcome.  Chess boards, pieces, and game clocks are provided by the library. Please contact tkramer@PLNL.org for more info.

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411 ext 5  tkramer@PLNL.org
LOCATION: Adult Reading Room
 
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Elegy for an Icon: Performance with Nick Checker
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Saturday, December 10th, 2:00 PM in the spacious Community Room of the New London Public Library, local author Nicholas Checker will perform an adaptation of his acclaimed historical play, Elegy for an Icon, that premiered years ago at the Eugene O'Neill Theater. Awarded a recent arts grant by the Sate of Connecticut, Checker adapted his play into a solo-performer format -- a dramatic seminar unto itself. Given the intense controversy that exploded onto the social scene over Major John Mason’s role in the Pequot War of 1637 -- devastating the tribe back then and setting the tone for how American Colonists would deal with American Natives thereafter -- Checker felt the need to resurrect the piece by adapting it in this manner. The work has been lauded by leading scholars and historians of all factions—in particular, Dr. Kevin McBride of the University of Connecticut—for its credible sense of reflecting history responsibly. The solo-performer adaptation being presented is designed to offer a dynamic reliving of a defining moment in our early history. The event is FREE to attend ... but donations of any amount will be gratefully accepted for future events to be hosted by the New London Public Library. Further info on the event itself, call 860-444-8711.

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411 ext 5  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Community Room
Sunday December 11, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
holiday_tree.png
The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
Monday December 12, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Teen S.T.E.A.M. Dash and Dot
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Come join us for this teen S.T.E.A.M. event where you'll learn about Dash and Dot, two robots that you can learn some of the basics of robotics.

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  8604471411  akuvalanka@plnl.org
LOCATION: Teen Activity Room
 
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Make It Mondays: Stickers
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Visit the Children's Room from 3-5pm for Make It Mondays! Create a masterpiece with stickers! Pick from a variety images like cats, dogs, wild animals, flowers, unicorns, mermaids, and more! Each image comes with a paint-by-number style template with corresponding stickers. Just match your stickers to your image! 

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 103  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Usual Suspects Mystery Book Club
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join our mystery book club via Zoom every month!  Discussions are led by local author Faye Ringel.

This month's selection: TBA

Copies of the book are available at the circulation desk at the Public Library of New London.

Registration is required so that we can supply you with the Zoom link. Please email Tom at tkramer@PLNL.org or call the information desk at (860) 447-1411 ext 5 for more information.

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411 ext 5  tkramer@PLNL.org
LOCATION: Zoom Program
Tuesday December 13, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Dungeons and Dragons for Teens
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

All experience levels welcome! We'll be structuring this campaing in such a way that you can join or leave whenever you wish! We can make your characters ahead of time or you can use a premade character, up to you! 

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  8604471411  akuvalanka@plnl.org
 
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New London Trees
4:30 PM - 5:45 PM

New London Trees aims to restore New London’s tree population through community planting and care, education, and advocacy. The organization will hold its in-person, monthly meeting in the Community Room at the Public Library of New London.  Meetings are open to the public. For more information, please contact Maggie Redfern at 860-439-5060 or mredfern@conncoll.edu.

CONTACT:  Maggie Redfern  860-439-5060  mredfern@conncoll.edu
LOCATION: Community Room
 
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Snap4CT Cook-Along: Turkey Tetrazzini
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM

Cook alongside UConn Health Specialist Catalina Quesada as she prepares a healthy recipe during this virtual event! Each month, Catalina will show us how to prepare another dish that is a healthy, delicious alternative to some of our favorite foods. A limited number of ingredients kits will be available to pick up at the library for those who need them. The recipe and the kit pickup time will be announced to registrants prior to the event. 

Recipe: Turkey Tetrazzini
Recipe Link: https://www.snap4ct.org/turkey-tetrazzini.html

Registration is required. Please note that supplies are extremely limited, so all participants who receive ingredients kits are expected to attend. To register, please visit PLNL.org/events, call us at (860) 447-1411 ext 5, or email Tom at tkramer@PLNL.org.

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  (860) 447 1411 ext 5  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Zoom Program
There are many spaces available.
Wednesday December 14, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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All-Ages Storytime
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us for an all-ages storytime and play group! We will have a short storytime, sing some songs, and then take out some toys for time to socialize and play. A great opportunity for parents to meet and children to play! 

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Homework Help
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Connecticut College students will be offering tutoring help at the Public Library of New London! Drop into the Children's Room between 3pm-5pm on Wednesdays and receive tutoring assistance. 

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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BUSY
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
LOCATION: Zoom Program
 
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Game On!
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Come join us every Wednesday in the Teen Activity Room of the Public Library of New London, we’ll have plenty of board games and some for Nintendo Switch to choose from!

 

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  860-447-1411 x 135  akuvalanka@plnl.org
Thursday December 15, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Book Giveaway

Tis the season! Stop by the Children's Room and pick up a free children's book, already wrapped!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Community Knit
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Come share a love of knitting and crocheting with friends in the comfort of our local history room!  Bring your project and materials, and socialize with others.

Trying a new stitch? Someone might be able to guide you.  All are welcome, from beginners to advanced.

No registration is required, but for questions, please contact tkramer@PLNL.org.

 

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  860-447-1411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Board Room
 
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Internet Information
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Internet connection and access to affordable devices with online capabilities has become a necessity in today's age. Drop by the Internet Information Table to learn about local options for affordable internet and internet-enabled devices. If getting online is something you've struggled with in the past, we are more than happy to help you find options that work for you and your budget!

CONTACT:  Anna Miller  860-447-1411  amiller@plnl.org
LOCATION: Adult Reading Room
 
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Teen Cooking Club
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Join us in the Teen Activity Room to learn to cook! Each time we meet we'll be trying something new, come on down to see what we have for this week!

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  860-447-1411 x 135  akuvalanka@plnl.org
LOCATION: Teen Activity Room
Friday December 16, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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BUSY
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
LOCATION: Community Room
 
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Baby + Me Playgroup
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us for a story time and play group! Baby + Me is designed for babies to socialize and for caregivers to meet each other! We will do a short lap story and then turn on the music and take out the toys for time to socialize. A great opportunity for new parents to meet and babies to play! 

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Family Board Game Nights
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Visit the Children’s Room Friday afternoons for Board Game Nights. Come in with the whole family or play with other patrons. Enjoy music and a wide selection of board games and card games to choose from!

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 103  zhayn@plnl.org
Saturday December 17, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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New London Chess Club
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Join the New London Chess Club every Saturday at 9:30am in our Community Room! Learn the game for the first time or develop your skills against advanced opponents; players of all abilities are welcome.  Chess boards, pieces, and game clocks are provided by the library. Please contact tkramer@PLNL.org for more info.

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411 ext 5  tkramer@PLNL.org
LOCATION: Adult Reading Room
 
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All-Ages Gift Making
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Need a last minute holiday gift? Want to make something fun? Come make layered hot cocoa bags, ornaments, bookmarks, sugar scrubs, and more! Fun for the whole family!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Community Room
Sunday December 18, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
Monday December 19, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Make It Mondays: Stickers
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Visit the Children's Room from 3-5pm for Make It Mondays! Create a masterpiece with stickers! Pick from a variety images like cats, dogs, wild animals, flowers, unicorns, mermaids, and more! Each image comes with a paint-by-number style template with corresponding stickers. Just match your stickers to your image! 

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 103  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Hempstead Diaries Local History Club
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Join this semi-monthly virtual meetup to explore the diary of New London tradesman Joshua Hempstead, and learn about colonial life in New England. To register and request your copy of the Hempstead Diary, please call us at (860) 447-1411 ext 5. or email us at ktreadwell@PLNL.org.

CONTACT:  Kate Treadwell-Hill  8604471411  ktreadwell@plnl.org
LOCATION: Zoom Program
Tuesday December 20, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Meeting of the Board of Trustees
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Madhu Gupta  8604471411  mgupta@plnl.org
LOCATION: Board Room
 
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Dungeons and Dragons for Teens
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

All experience levels welcome! We'll be structuring this campaing in such a way that you can join or leave whenever you wish! We can make your characters ahead of time or you can use a premade character, up to you! 

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  8604471411  akuvalanka@plnl.org
 
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Coding with KUBO
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Learn the basics of coding with our KUBO robot. KUBO caters to all abilities and elementary age groups, regardless of your starting point. Kids will be introduced to the basic coding concepts: Routes, Functions, Loops, and Subroutines.

CONTACT:  Anna Miller  860-447-1411 ext 103  amiller@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
Wednesday December 21, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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All-Ages Storytime
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us for an all-ages storytime and play group! We will have a short storytime, sing some songs, and then take out some toys for time to socialize and play. A great opportunity for parents to meet and children to play! 

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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BUSY
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
LOCATION: Zoom Program
 
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Game On!
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Come join us every Wednesday in the Teen Activity Room of the Public Library of New London, we’ll have plenty of board games and some for Nintendo Switch to choose from!

 

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  860-447-1411 x 135  akuvalanka@plnl.org
Thursday December 22, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Community Knit
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Come share a love of knitting and crocheting with friends in the comfort of our local history room!  Bring your project and materials, and socialize with others.

Trying a new stitch? Someone might be able to guide you.  All are welcome, from beginners to advanced.

No registration is required, but for questions, please contact tkramer@PLNL.org.

 

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  860-447-1411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Board Room
Friday December 23, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Book Giveaway

Tis the season! Stop by the Children's Room and pick up a free children's book, already wrapped!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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BUSY
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
LOCATION: Local History Room
 
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Baby + Me Playgroup
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us for a story time and play group! Baby + Me is designed for babies to socialize and for caregivers to meet each other! We will do a short lap story and then turn on the music and take out the toys for time to socialize. A great opportunity for new parents to meet and babies to play! 

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Holiday Pop-Up Book Fair
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Join us for a special holiday book fair that will include author appearances, books from many different genres, giveaways, and more!

For author registration and other information, contact info@tfieldinglowecompany.com

 

CONTACT:  T Fielding Lowe Media Company  8604471411  info@tfieldinglowecompany.com
LOCATION: Community Room & Board Room
 
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Family Board Game Nights
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Visit the Children’s Room Friday afternoons for Board Game Nights. Come in with the whole family or play with other patrons. Enjoy music and a wide selection of board games and card games to choose from!

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 103  zhayn@plnl.org
Saturday December 24, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Library Closed

The Library is closed.

Our digital collection is always open.  Please visit www.plnl.org/digitalcollection/ for more information.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  8604471411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Sunday December 25, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Library Closed

The Library is closed.

Our digital collection is always open.  Please visit www.plnl.org/digitalcollection/ for more information.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  8604471411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Monday December 26, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Tuesday December 27, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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School Vacation Week

Looking for something to do this week while school is off? Stop into the Children's Room each day for a different activity!

Tuesday: Straw Rockets

Wednesday: Candy Cane Mice

Thursday: Pencil Toppers

Friday: Paper Airplanes

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Dungeons and Dragons for Teens
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

All experience levels welcome! We'll be structuring this campaing in such a way that you can join or leave whenever you wish! We can make your characters ahead of time or you can use a premade character, up to you! 

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  8604471411  akuvalanka@plnl.org
Wednesday December 28, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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School Vacation Week

Looking for something to do this week while school is off? Stop into the Children's Room each day for a different activity!

Tuesday: Straw Rockets

Wednesday: Candy Cane Mice

Thursday: Pencil Toppers

Friday: Paper Airplanes

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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All-Ages Storytime
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us for an all-ages storytime and play group! We will have a short storytime, sing some songs, and then take out some toys for time to socialize and play. A great opportunity for parents to meet and children to play! 

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Device Setup
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Did you get a new device for the holidays but don't know how to set it up? Or maybe you just want some direction so you can get the most use out of it. Whatever you need help with regarding that shiny new gadget, the Tech Table will do the best they can to get you more confident using it!

Should you need more advanced or guided help regarding anything technology-based the table can also help set up a one-on-one appointment with our Digital Navigator to work with you and help boost your digital skill level and confidence according to your specific needs.

CONTACT:  Anna Miller  860-447-1411  amiller@plnl.org
LOCATION: Adult Reading Room
 
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BUSY
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
LOCATION: Zoom Program
 
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Game On!
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Come join us every Wednesday in the Teen Activity Room of the Public Library of New London, we’ll have plenty of board games and some for Nintendo Switch to choose from!

 

CONTACT:  Alex Kuvalanka  860-447-1411 x 135  akuvalanka@plnl.org
Thursday December 29, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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School Vacation Week

Looking for something to do this week while school is off? Stop into the Children's Room each day for a different activity!

Tuesday: Straw Rockets

Wednesday: Candy Cane Mice

Thursday: Pencil Toppers

Friday: Paper Airplanes

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Community Knit
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Come share a love of knitting and crocheting with friends in the comfort of our local history room!  Bring your project and materials, and socialize with others.

Trying a new stitch? Someone might be able to guide you.  All are welcome, from beginners to advanced.

No registration is required, but for questions, please contact tkramer@PLNL.org.

 

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  860-447-1411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Board Room
 
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Lawyers in Libraries: Free Legal Advice
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Looking for legal advice, but having trouble paying lawyer fees? If you have questions or a case that involves immigration law, family law, consumer rights, personal injury, or a landlord/tenant conflict, you can sign up to meet with a volunteer attorney for 20 minutes regarding your case. To book your appointment, please call the Information Desk at (860) 447-1411 ext 5 or email us at tkramer@PLNL.org

Please bring any case-related materials you have to the meeting so that the attorney can provide their best assistance.

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Community Room
Friday December 30, 2022
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Adopt-a-Book 2022

Support the library by adopting a book and be the first to check it out!

You can visit the library to see all available choices or adopt a book online at www.PLNL.org/aabmain from November 10 til December 30.

 

 

What is Adopt-A-Book?

Adopt-A-Book is a way to support the library by purchasing a book for the library collection.
The book/s you choose to adopt can be marked with a commemorative bookplate with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or memorialize. 

Donors have the opportunity to be the first person to borrow the book selected. 

Looking for a Novel Present?

When you adopt a book for someone special this holiday season, the library will present you with a beautiful card to give to the recipient to let them know you have supported the Public Library of New London in their name.


Books will be available for adoption
until December 31.

Visit www.PLNL.org/aabmain to purchase books online beginning November 10.


The Public Library of New London is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  860-447-1411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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Children's Take & Make Kits

Available Kits: Shape Book, STEAM Fake Snow, Read It Make It: Hey, Look At You!

Shape Book: Learn about shapes in this easy DIY booklet! An easy craft for all ages.
S.T.E.A.M - Fake Snow: Bring the fun of a snow day, without the cold of one, inside! Conduct this experiement to make your own snow. An easy STEAM experiement for all ages.
Read It, Make It - Hey, Look At You!: An emotion color wheel craft is inspired by the free copy of “Hey, Look At You!” included in your kit. A craft perfect for babies and toddlers.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Food For The Holidays

Help us support our community by donating food for the holidays.
We will be partnering with the New London Area Food Pantry.
Please donate canned goods and non-perishable items to the library during our open hours.

CONTACT:    860-447-1411  
 
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Interactive Movie Experience Kits

Interactive Movie Kits are fun for the whole family! Kits include a list of prompts for your family to do throughout the movie plus props and crafts! Each kit comes with enough supplies for 4 people. DVD's are available to check out on a first come first serve basis, but kits can be taken with or without the movie if you use a streaming service or have the movie at home. 

December Lineup:

Elf: Raised as an oversized elf, Buddy travels from the North Pole to New York City to meet his biological father, Walter Hobbs, who doesn't know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas spirit.
The Grinch: A grumpy Grinch plots to ruin Christmas for the village of Whoville.

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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School Vacation Week

Looking for something to do this week while school is off? Stop into the Children's Room each day for a different activity!

Tuesday: Straw Rockets

Wednesday: Candy Cane Mice

Thursday: Pencil Toppers

Friday: Paper Airplanes

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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Teen Take and Make - DIY Glass planters with Basil

This month our teen take and make craft will be planters that you'll be making into a gloss finish! We've included some basil seeds so you can plant some basil in the planters as well!

 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
 
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Winter Workshop

The Children's Room has been transformed into a Winter Workshop! Stop by any time to participate in these passive activities throughout the month. 

- Snowflake Central: Help us decorate the Children's Room with lots of snowflakes! Take them home, or leave them here to decorate the Children's Room.

- Card Making Station: Make holiday cards for your friends and family, or leave them at the library and we'll distribute them to the community!

- Letters to Santa: Did you write Santa a letter yet? Write one at the library and we'll send them to the North Pole! Maybe you'll even get one back!

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 104  zhayn@plnl.org
LOCATION: Children's Room
 
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BUSY
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
LOCATION: Community Room
 
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Baby + Me Playgroup
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us for a story time and play group! Baby + Me is designed for babies to socialize and for caregivers to meet each other! We will do a short lap story and then turn on the music and take out the toys for time to socialize. A great opportunity for new parents to meet and babies to play! 

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411  zhayn@plnl.org
 
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Family Board Game Nights
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Visit the Children’s Room Friday afternoons for Board Game Nights. Come in with the whole family or play with other patrons. Enjoy music and a wide selection of board games and card games to choose from!

Location: Children's Room

CONTACT:  Zoe Hayn  860-447-1411 ext 103  zhayn@plnl.org
Saturday December 31, 2022
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Library Closed

The Library is closed.

Our digital collection is always open.  Please visit www.plnl.org/digitalcollection/ for more information.

CONTACT:  Maritza Vargas  8604471411  mvargas@plnl.org
 
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Sunday January 1, 2023
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Monday January 2, 2023
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Tuesday January 3, 2023
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Wednesday January 4, 2023
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Thursday January 5, 2023
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Friday January 6, 2023
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Saturday January 7, 2023
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The Knitting Tree

We are happy to announce the return of The Knitting Tree! The library will be accepting knitted donations of hats, mittens, scarves or blankets between Nov. 28th-Jan. 7th. Donations can be dropped off to the Adult Reading Room during library hours. All items will be donated to a local organization. For questions please call (860)447-1411 ext. 5. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Tuesday January 10, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday January 12, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
 
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Community Center Focus Group B
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Public Library of New London is hosting a focus group in conjunction with New London Recreation to determine which services and programs will be incorporated into our city's new Community Center. New London residents of all ages are welcome to join and contribute their ideas. The talk will be held at the Public Library of New London, and will last for approximately one hour.  Food and childcare will be available.

Registration is required to participate.  To register, please use the registration link below, or call us at (860) 447-1411 ext 5.

CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411 ext 5  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Community Room & Board Room
Tuesday January 17, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday January 19, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday January 24, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday January 26, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
 
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Edible Wild Mushrooms of Connecticut
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Join us for an exciting virtual presentation by The 3 Foragers! Wild mushroom hunting for food purposes is a satisfying and delicious hobby, and Connecticut has an abundance of tasty fungi to find. The diversity of species can be amazing as well as overwhelming, and The 3 Foragers will talk about the best edible mushrooms of each season. Photos of each mushroom are accompanied by appetizing images of dishes that feature the wild mushroom cooked in original recipes.

The 3 Foragers are a family from southeastern Connecticut who have been identifying, photographing, and cooking with the edible plants and fungi of New England for more than 17 years. Their blog, Facebook page, and book all focus on family-friendly, environmentally sustainable harvest of both our native and invasive species of plants, and ways to incorporate these foods into your diet with original recipes.

The presentation will be on Zoom and registration is required. 

CONTACT:  Stacy Clark  860-447-1411 ext. 5  sclark@plnl.org
Tuesday January 31, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday February 2, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday February 7, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday February 9, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday February 14, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday February 16, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday February 21, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday February 23, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday February 28, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday March 2, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday March 7, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday March 9, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday March 14, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday March 16, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday March 21, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday March 23, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday March 28, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday March 30, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday April 4, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday April 6, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday April 11, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday April 13, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday April 18, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday April 20, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday April 25, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday April 27, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday May 2, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday May 4, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday May 9, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday May 11, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday May 16, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday May 18, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday May 23, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday May 25, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday May 30, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday June 1, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday June 6, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday June 8, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Tuesday June 13, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room
Thursday June 15, 2023
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Music City Strings: Violin Lessons
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CONTACT:  Thomas Kramer  8604471411  tkramer@plnl.org
LOCATION: Local History Room

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