Tech Services Assistant Position Available
Join librarian Miki Wolfe to learn more about tech issues, with a dfferent topic each session. Pre-registration required on Eventkeeper.
Next session: Tuesday, December 1st at 11-11:45 am
See the whole winter schedule
Author Event: Connie Hertzberg Mayo
Wednesday, December 2nd at 7:00 pm
Come join Sharon author Connie Hertzberg Mayo for a presentation on her Boston-based historical novel The Island of Worthy Boys. More information
Understanding Behavior as Communication
Join Caren Silverlieb, Director of Strategic Planning and Partnerships,
Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly
Thursday, Dec. 3rd 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Holiday Happenings with the Sharon Community Chorus
Thursday December 10th at 7pm
Please join the Sharon Community Chorus as they celebrate Chanukah and Christmas with a dynamic holiday program of favorites.
Refreshments will be available prior to the event.
New DVDs at the Sharon Public Library
Click here for list.
November Youth Services Calendar
Check out Youth Services cool programs for November here.
The Trashy Book Club
Rescheduled to January 14th
The life-changing magic of tidying up:
The Japanese ART of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo
Sponsored by Sustainable Sharon Coalition and the Sharon Public Library.
Library on Wheels - Are you homebound?
If you are a Sharon resident and are temporarily or permanently unable to visit the library in person due to injury, disability or other health problems, you may be able to receive home delivery of library materials through our new Library on Wheels program.
More information and registration form here.
Children's Fall Book Clubs
Our children's book clubs, Pageturners (ages 6 - 7) and Bookzilla! (Ages 8 - 11) are starting back up in the fall! Click here for book lists and more info
Sharon History Digitized
We've begun digitizing parts of our historical collection to provide off-site access to the documents. Thanks to funding provided by the Digital Commonwealth, we will be able to digitize more items every year. Included in the first batch are Marsengold High School Yearbooks, William R. Mann diaries, Deborah Sampson items and lots more. Take a Look!
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