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Author Talk with Nina Simon – May 8

Our online May Author Talks continue with Nina Simon, author of Mother-Daughter Murder Night (a Reese’s Book Club pick!), on Wednesday, May 8 at 7:00 p.m. Click HERE to register for the live event online!

Unable to make the live discussion? …

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Virtual Author Talk with Douglas Brunt – Wednesday, May 1 at 3:00 p.m.

Join us as we chat with New York Times bestselling author, Douglas Brunt, about his instant bestselling debut non-fiction work The Mysterious Case of Rudolf Diesel: Genius, Power, and Deception on the Eve of World War I. This book reveals …

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The Seed Library is Open!

Come visit our self-serve Seed Library.  The seeds are housed in the cabinet with the sign under the blue counter in the adult area of the library.  Come fill out a check-out form and “borrow” seed for your garden this …

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Wondering What to do with Your Eclipse Glasses?

If you have eclipse glasses you no longer want, please bring them to the Canton Public Library by5:00 p.m. Friday, April 26! We will be donating them to Astronomers Without Borders so that children in Central America can safely view …

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Passport to Connecticut Libraries 2024

From April 1-30, let your library card open the doors of Connecticut libraries by participating in the Passport to Connecticut Libraries Program! It is open to adults and children, so everyone can explore the amazing diversity of our public libraries. …

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Learn a New Language with Mango Languages

Canton Public Library offers the onlypersonalized, adaptive language-learning experience that provides the tools andguidance you need to expand your language skills wherever and however you learnbest. Here’s why that’s awesome:

Our favorite Mango features include:

 Real-world conversations that won’t leave you lost in …

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Colorful Gardening for Butterflies and Birds

If you are like us, you can’t wait for the colorful spring flowers to come out. Flowers can be a great way to attract even more color with birds and butterflies. If you are looking to get your hands in …

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Great Reads While Waiting for “Lessons in Chemistry”

Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus is in high demand at Canton Public Library. Taking place in the 1960’s, Lessons in Chemistry is the story of Elizabeth Zott, scientist and beloved cooking show host. Elizabeth mixes chemistry and cooking and …

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Movies and More for Date Night

Whether your love is new or you’ve been together for years, having a date night always says “I Love You”. We’ve gotten together and cooked up a list of date night movies and activities to match.

Watch Sideways and have a …

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Books to Warm Your Heart

Now that winter has us firmly in her grasp, perhaps you are looking for a warm, cozy, feel-good read. Books with nothing dark or too scary, just heartwarming. Books that have characters you grow to love, despite, or perhaps because …

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