Thursday, May 31, 2012

Dedication of Anita Smith's Memorial Garden

On Saturday, June 9 the dedication of Anita Smith's Memorial Garden will be held at the Library at 1 pm. Located on the west side of the library, the garden was conceived and created by more than twenty-five women who wish to remember Anita Smith. She was an avid gardener and reader, as well as a library volunteer and a friend to many.

Additional contributions are welcome and should be made to the Friends of the Edwards Library in Anita's name.  All are welcome.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

June Book Club discussion date change

This month, our Library Book Club will be reading "Bossypants" by Tina Fey. Much like Ms. Fey, her book is "short, messy and impossibly funny" according to and we think it is a laugh-out-loud funny memoir that nearly everyone can relate to in one way or another.

You may pick up a copy of this book at the Main Desk.Our book discussion evening meeting will be for June only on Thursday, June 28 at 6:30 pm. This change will be only for the month of June.  New members are always welcome. Join us for good company and fun conversation.

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Thursday, May 10, 2012

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Become our friend on Facebook.  Look for us on the Edwards Public Library site. We like to hear your comments and ideas.  The latest news about the library and our programs will be posted there and we want to know what will make our library better.  Friend us!

Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Library Closed Days

The Library will be closed on Saturday, May 26 in anticipation of our new circulation system which is being uploaded to our computers. On Monday, May 29  you will see a new patron catalog. If you need assistance, please ask a librarian.

The Library will also be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day.

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Another Language Book Signing

Author Jeanne Braham will be reading from her new book "Another Language: portraits of assistance dogs and their people" at the library on Thursday, May 24 at 6:30 -7:30 pm.    Photographs in the book have been photographed by local Southampton resident, Robert Floyd. 

The book profiles sixteen people who have worked with the NEADS/Dogs For Deaf and Disabled Americans program in north-central Massachusetts and who tell their own stories in their own words. In a respectful, compassionate and compelling way, the stories are brought to life of those who use the dogs, and those who train them as well as others who work with NEADS human clients.

All are welcome to this program, no registration is required.