Adult Services
 
Reference & Information Services
Research & Materials Assistance
  • Help finding books, media, historic materials, authoritative information, and research through the library's print and electronic resources
  • Various guides, brochures, and walkthroughs available in-person and online. Contact Jay Oliver (joliver@gmail.com) or Susan Eggimann (susan.eggimann@ocln.org) for help. 
 
Computers & Technology Assistance
  • 6 public-use computers with limited assistance for walk-in users
  • Public-use printer with printing, copying, and scanning capability
    • 20 cents per page for black-and-white copies
    • 30 cents per page for color copies
  • Technology assistance for devices, programs, and eReaders
    • Limited assistance for walk-ins
    • Schedule one-on-one appointments with Jay Oliver (Joliver@ocln.org) for longer tutorials
 
Reading Recommendations
  • Lucky Duck Books is a new collection of high demand new titles.  They are located in the new book section.  Holds cannot be placed on these books, so you must come in and browse to check out a book.  
  • Access to literature databases with suggestions, read-a-likes, and book reviews for readers of all ages
  • Reader's Advisory: Collections of recommended books on different themes
  • Ask a Librarian: Tell us a few books and/or authors you like and what you're looking for in your next read and we'll make a recommendation for you!
 
Adult Programs
  • An ongoing schedule of programs intended for adults, including:
    • Author Programs
    • Chess Club
    • Guest speakers
    • Several regular clubs and groups (listed below)
  • Check our Calendar for details, like us on Facebook for updates, and/or subscribe to our weekly newsletter
 
Book Discussion Group with Susan Eggimann as your host
Veterans' Group
  • Meets on the 2nd Monday of the month when not a holiday, otherwise the 3rd Monday of the month from 10:00am to 12:00pm
  • Call Lee Ann Amend at (781) 784-1578 for more information, or subscribe to our Veterans' Group newsletter
 
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) - Literacy Program
  • English Conversation Group meets in the Sharon Public Library Reference Room every Wednesday morning from 10:00am to 12:00pm
  • Register as a student in our ESOL program, co-sponsored by the Stoughton Public Library
  • Interested in volunteering to teach English? Find out more about the program and eligibility requirements.