Presentation on proposed new library and current library conditions
Why does Sharon need a new library? Come and find out. The Board of Library Trustees will be holding three different tour and discussion presentations. There will be a walk-thru to show you the building problems with the current library and discussion about the new library. Times and dates as follows in the Library Community Room, 11 North Main Street:
Monday March 25 Walk-thru at 7:15 Discussion at 7:45
Sunday April 7 Walk-thru at 3:00 Discussion at 3:30
Monday April 29 Walk-thru at 6:30 Discussion at 7:00
For information call or email Lee Ann Amend, Library Director at 781-784-1578 x 1425 Lamend@ocln.org
All of Sharon: Community Conversations on Mental Health
Over the past several years, rates of anxiety and depression among Americans have risen significantly. But finding ways to open conversations around mental health can be difficult.
This February and March, the Sharon Public Library is seeking to change that by hosting a speaker series in conjunction with the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
"All of Sharon" features local mental health professionals from Be Inspired Counseling and Aspire Health Alliance in a 6-part series of presentations and experiential learning sessions about anxiety and depression among different age groups. Participants will learn about how these disorders manifest and impact individuals, coping strategies, and resources and support networks available through the NLM and NIH.
Check our Event Calendar and social media channels for more details on dates, times, and topics. For more information about this series, contact the Reference Desk at (781) 784-1578 x1422 or email email@example.com.
This project has been funded in whole or in part with federal funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, under Cooperative Agreement UG4LM012347-01 with the University of Massachusetts, Worcester.
Civics 101Explore how Sharon government works. Learn what students study about civics in school. This will be an interactive discussion with our panel and YOU. Thursday April 11 at 7:00 PM in the Library Community Room. For more information click on flyer to enlarge.
Get ready for Sharon's annual One Book, One Town events this April!Sharon's One Book, One Town committee has announced its 2019 selection: Call Me American: A Memoir by Abdi Nor Iftin.
The OBOT's programs and events schedule is available now--mark your calendars! You can reserve a copy of the book in any of several formats through the Sharon Public Library catalog.
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