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CHANGE TO SATURDAY’S CHILDREN PROGRAM
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this Saturday’s Magic Program has been replaced by a Chess Workshop for beginners ages 5 and up. That will be this Saturday at 1 pm.
Notice from the State Interlibrary Loan Delivery System
The state interlibrary delivery system is not able to manage the large quantity of materials moving through the system. In response, the State Library Board has decided to create new limitation guidelines on interlibrary loans as follows:
- Patrons will be limited to 5 simultaneous holds on materials not owned by their library
- New materials will not be available for interlibrary loan for 6 months.
Please contact us if you have any questions or need any assistance. We apologize for these service limitations.
Summer Reading at the Library
This summer the Westbrook Public Library has some great programs and activities planned! We have added an online book log program this summer to help log your books for the Governor’s summer reading challenge. Make sure to check out the Summer Reading page for more information. In addition, we have programs designed for children and teens from 0 to 18! For more information on those, check out the Children’s page and the Teen page.
Free Medicare Counseling
A certified Medicare counselor will be at the Library Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to Noon beginning January 13, 2016 by appointment. The counselor from Senior Resources Agency on Aging can answer questions and explain all the parts of Medicare (Parts A, B, C, and D) and Medicare Savings Plans. Call the Library Tuesday through Saturday at 860 399-6422 to schedule an appointment. Appointments can be scheduled for other times if necessary.
Free Computer Assistance
The library now offers free one-on-one sessions most Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can sign up for a 30 minute session with Brittany Mullen to help you with any type of computer or electronic device, websites or computer programs. Call any time to set up your appointment or, simply, walk in for help.
FindIt is a free services from the Connecticut State Library. You can local materials throughout the various libraries in Connecticut. Please note, the feature to request items from other libraries is yet to be available. However, you can fill out this form and we will get it for you.
Overdrive and Zinio give you access to free e-books and e-magazines.
More resources can be found on our resources page.