Credit cards accepted, air-conditioned comfort, handicapped accessible, refreshments sold on site, free parking.
ESCAPE THE ORDINARY
Summer reading program for adults June 23rd through September 4th
Giveaways to the first 100 who sign up and raffles every 2 weeks! You can enter your review online or at the library. All reviews, both the hand submitted ones and the electronic, count toward the raffle.
FALL 2015 STORY TIMES: for children newborn through 2nd grade
September 21 - November 5
THE SAVAGE GARDEN
Wednesday, September 9th at 7:30 PM
Matt Robey shares his gardening obsession --Carnivorous Plants. A 30-minute “Nature” episode on Carnivorous Plants will be shown before the talk.
This is an adult program, but children 12 and over with an interest in science are welcome to attend.
Pleaseregister online, at the Library or call 203.938.2545
OPEN MIC NIGHT: “Truth Be Told”
Thursday, September 10th at 7:30 PM
Hear excerpts from the memoirs of five people who have been crafting their life stories over the summer under the tutelage of Gail Howard, M.F.A. a Question & Answer session will
follow the program. Interested, pleaseregister online, at the Library or call 203.938.2545
ROCK YOUR LOCKER!
Friday, September 11th at 4:00 PM
Give your locker a little pizazz, pomp and personality! Using, comic books and magazines, we’ll be making sets of marble magnets. Pleaseregister online, at the Library or call 203.938.2545. Grades 5-8
TEEN ADVISORY BOARD
Thursday, September 24th at 6 p.m.
Join a council of teenagers who decide what events and activities will be held at Mark Twain. We will meet once a month and your involvement will count towards volunteer or community service hours. Pleaseregister online, at the Library or
FAITH AND FORTUNE - 3,000 YEARS OF BEADS
On display thru September 21st
This exhibit explores the influence of ancient beadwork from Egypt, Rome, China and Western Asia on twentieth century and contemporary jewelry design. Click here for more details.
DOWNLOAD MAGAZINES NOW!
Zinio, the world's largest newsstand, offers full color, interactive digital magazines for your enjoyment. Click here to browse from your library's collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines you can download.
WHAT'S ALL THE HOOPLA AT THE LIBRARY?
Mark Twain Library card holders can now instantly borrow free digital movies, television shows, music, and audiobooks through a new partnership with Hoopla™. Click here to visit Hoopla or here for instructions or more information.