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BOOKED FOR LUNCH FRIDAY, APRIL 28 12:30 p.m.
Walt Whitman Goes Pop!
Bring your lunch and The Friends of the Library will provide the drinks and sweets for a presentation on Walt Whitman’s continuing presence in modern society. Hear how Whitman’s name and image have been used in advertising products and services through the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. Ed Centeno’s collection of the many "faces" of an American Literary Icon has consumed him for 31 years...and still counting!

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NEW AT SWPL!!!
For your convenience, the library now has a charging station for your mobile devices. There are five bays that can be individually locked and unlocked by a code known only by you. You just need to have your power cable with you.  It can also be used as a safe place to keep your laptop if you need to leave the library for a short time.   Ask at the Information Desk for instructions.
Coming to See an Exhibit at the Library? Don't be disappointed!
The Library is glad to provide many exhibit spaces used to display the talents of members of our community.  Most exhibits are here for a full calendar month. 
During the school year in particular, our meeting rooms are also used for gatherings of local organizations (as well as Library programs).  These "one-time events" are often scheduled with very little notice and are not part of the Library's monthly calendar.
If you are coming to see an exhibit in a Library meeting room, please call us at 860-644-1541 to be sure the room will not be in use when you arrive. 
 
When the Library is closed due to inclement weather...
Overdue fines are not charged for days that the Library is closed.  Book drops remain open.
In case of special closings,  information about our hours and any program changes that may result is posted to our website first. Local television and radio stations are contacted, but may broadcast the information with a delay.
If you are unsure about venturing out in bad weather and do not see any special notices, call the Library at 860-644-1541 to be sure we are open before leaving home.
CHESS CLUB SCHEDULE
The large-and-lively Chess Club meets at our Library on Wednesdays from 6-8 pm. Beginners are always welcome! We're grateful that the club will share space with other groups using the Library by having some meetings downstairs in the Children's Program Room and some upstairs in the Friends Room:
Chess Club schedule: 3/22 Children's Program Room, 3/29 - NO Chess Club tonight, 4/5, 4/12 and 4/19 in the Children's Program Room, 4/26 in the Friends Room.

 
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