December

Hometown Holidays special events – Saturday 12/7/2019

Do You Want to Paint a Snowman? Story and craft 10am

Special Holiday Sale featuring children’s books, paperbacks, books in very good condition, puzzles, DVDs, music, etc. 10am-4pm. The sale is indoors – so not as big as our July sale, but worth checking out!

Other December news:

Storytime on Saturdays at 10:30 December 14, 21, and 28.

We will be closed for Christmas December 24, 25, 26; and for New Year’s December 31.

December

Hometown Holidays special events – Saturday 12/7/2019

Do You Want to Paint a Snowman? Story and craft 10am

Special Holiday Sale featuring children’s books, paperbacks, books in very good condition, puzzles, DVDs, music, etc. 10am-4pm. The sale is indoors – so not as big as our July sale, but worth checking out!

Other December news:

Storytime on Saturdays at 10:30 December 14, 21, and 28.

We will be closed for Christmas December 24, 25, 26; and for New Year’s December 31.

November

November 2 from 2 – 4 Rachel Clothier from the Corinth Museum will be here for a photo share event. Bring your photos of Corinth and the surrounding area and she will scan them into the Museum’s database for sharing on their Facebook page.

November 9 from 11 – 3 We are celebrating International Games Day by opening up our game closet. Choose from dozens of games to play with family or friends. You can even bring a favorite game from home to play with us. Stay for one game or several! Bring your friends and have a blast!

November 11 The library is closed for Veterans Day.

November 25 7 – 8:30pm It’s Science Monday! Join us as we play and learn about science. We have lots of fun things to choose from…robots, rockets, Legos, Lil Bits, giant marble maze, etc.

November 28 The library is closed. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Photo Share Event

Corinth Town Historian Rachel Clothier of the Corinth Museum will be at the Corinth Free Library on Saturday November 2 from 2-4pm.  People are invited to bring their old photos of Corinth and the surrounding area for a photo share event.   In addition to sharing the photos with other local history buffs, Mrs. Clothier will scan the photos into the Corinth Museum’s database.  The Corinth Museum posts one photo a night on their Facebook page.  The Museum’s many fans eagerly await these posts.

For more information, contact the Corinth Free Library by stopping in at 89 Main St. or calling 518-654-6913.