Julia and Beth talk about the library’s strategic plan and how you can contribute by voicing your opinion.
Julia talks about Silent in Sixteen, and what Charlie Chaplin was doing 100 years ago.
Julia interviews Steve Presser, owner of Big Fun on Coventry, about the history of toys, pop culture, and the small toy store.
Sheryl Banks talks about celebrating the library’s birthday with the Centennial Celebration at Coventry on Sunday, May 1st.
Alyse Giannotti, library tech trainer, talks about the coding and WordPress programs she’s got coming up.
Attorneys from the Legal Aid Society will be leading a program on building and maintaining good credit at the Lee Road branch on April 18th.
April is National Poetry Month: the library is celebrating at all branches, and with programs for all ages.
Jessica Markowitz talks about the weekly Welcome Hub program is helping refugees in our neighborhood.
Maggie Killman talks about why we got rid of our Seed Library last year… and why it’s back.
Librarian Andrea Lynn talks about Hannah Rothschild’s The Improbability of Love.