A Love Supreme: The Love Letters of Joe Bruno and Patsy Poitras

Romance will fill the air at the Stonington Public Library on Valentine’s Day as we present “A Love Supreme: The Love Letters of Joe Bruno and Patsy Poitras.” 
Written during a 10-month span, Joe and Patsy’s letters to each other reveal a love built on mutual respect, shared faith, and a deep affection for the island they called home. On reading the letters at Patsy’s memorial service, Joe discovered their powerful effect as they spurred others in his family to exchange letters. The letters continue to be a source of comfort 11 years after Patsy’s death. 
Come hear what true love sounds like on Wednesday, Feb. 14, from 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the library, 64 Main St., Stonington. 
For more information, please call the Stonington Public Library at 367-5926, or email us at librarian@stoningtonlibrary.org, or visit us on Facebook.

Memories and More Writing Group

Have you wanted to record your personal history but not known where to start? Herman Kidder will facilitate “Memories and More,” an informal gathering of individuals who want to write their personal stories and history. 

The plan is for the group to meet every two weeks, on Saturday, for an initial period of six meetings. For those six meetings, unless otherwise determined by the group, the facilitator will suggest a prompt or theme for each writing session. Bring whatever you need—pen, paper, computer—and start writing!

Baby Rhyme Time

 

 

Special story time for babies and their moms, dads, and/or grands! Songs, rhymes, stories and more. Join us.

Take Your Child to the Library Day

 

In honor of Take Your Child to the Library  Day, we are having a Chinese New Year celebration! It’s the Year of the Dog and we  have lots of games, stories, crafts, and more in store for you!  Join us.

Tech Tuesday

 

Drop in for device advice. Bring your questions and curiosity.

Globe T-Readers Book Club

Join a new book club for older kids. We may not be Globe Trotters, but we can be Globe T-readers, exploring the world through books.
This book club is for 7-12 year-olds, or anyone ready to listen and talk about longer stories and books.  Join us for books, games, crafts, and more!

February Story Hour

It’s a dog’s life! Bring your favorite stuffed dog with you to hear stories about dogs and puppies. Crafts and snacks. Join us for the fun.

Let’s Talk About It Book Discussion Group

This is a book group for people who really want to talk about the books. It’s free (the books are supplied) and it’s organized (there’s a theme and all the books fit that theme).

The topic for this group is “Making a Living, Making a Life: Work and Its Rewards in a Changing America.” 

Our first meeting in January was snowed out so we will start with a quick discussion of Growing Up by Russell Baker and then move on to this month’s book,  Confessions of an Advertising Man by David Ogilvy. Bring a bag lunch; eat while we meet and talk.

December Events

 

 

 

 

Join your friends at the library!

Saturday, Dec. 2, 9 am Story Time
Saturday, Dec. 2, 2 pm Family Code Event
Tuesday, Dec. 5, 3-5 pm Tech Tuesday
Sunday, Dec. 10, 4:00 pm Holiday Hoopla…Stories, Tree lighting, Candy Cane Social

Story Time

It’s time to celebrate all that makes fall wonderful…crunchy apples, crackly leaves, and crisp days! Bring a friend and join the fun at the library with stories, crafts, and snacks.