Celebrate September with NMPL
September 2020 Adult Programming at NMPL
New Milford Public Library is now offering curbside pickup for New Milford library card holders Monday through Friday, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Requests will be limited to 5 items per patron per week. Items will be held for 5 business days. Patrons should call the library on arrival at the Main Street entrance, or come to the bottom of the stairs, and their items will be delivered to them outside. Masks must be worn.
Outside book drops will still be open on Mondays from 10 AM to Tuesday 9 AM and Fridays only, between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Book drops are located on Whittlesey Avenue. Patrons may choose to return items during these hours or hold onto their items until the library re-opens at a future date. All fines will be removed. Book returns will not be accepted on any other days, due to quarantine regulations.
For more information, call the library at 860-355-1191 x2.
New Milford Public Library will be closed on Monday, September 7, in observance of Labor Day. Curbside pickup will not be available, but the outside book drops, located on Whittlesey Avenue, will be open on Monday from 10:00 AM through 9:00 AM Tuesday. Curbside pickup will resume Tuesday, September 8, at 10:00 AM. For information, call 860-355-1191 x2.
Stress and Covid with Lia Levitt
Wednesday, Sept 2nd 6 PM via ZOOM

This program will help everyone, including kids and teenagers and parents to cope with what’s going on with coronavirus and the changes it has made in our lives. Lia will talk about coping skills, ways to take time to relax, ways to have more productive conversations with others and how to give yourself a break if you’re struggling issues such as zoom fatigue

To register and receive a link: vfisher@biblio.org
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Monday, August 24th through Tuesday, September 8th
Harrybrooke Park and New Milford Public Library have again teamed up to present a Storywalk at Harrybrooke Park. Meander through the park, read the book, sign the guestbook and be entered in the raffle for a copy of the book, Daniel Finds a Poem.
Coloring or Sketching on the Green
Wednesday, September 9th 6 PM
. Questions: vfisher@biblio.org

Hidden Veggies with the Grounded Goodwife
Thursday, September 10th 6 PM
Register and receive a link vfisher@biblio.org

Calligraphy workshop with Debby Reelitz
Wednesday, Sept 16th 6 PM via ZOOM
Registration and to receive a link: vfisher@biblio.org

Medicare Basics with Margaret Ackley
Thursday, Sept 24th 6 PM via ZOOM
Registration and to receive a link: vfisher@biblio.org

Bilingual in an Hour
Wednesday, Sept 30th 6 PM via ZOOM
.Do your grandkids confuse you when they start using phrases such as Hulu, my tribe, TBT and # or hashtag? Enter into their world by learning the lingo to better communicate and decipher their stories. We will explore topics from toys that appeal to younger kids, which will shock you to an in depth dive into social media, the world of texting and tips for those of all ages to communicate more successfully across generations in the age of vaping to Internet bullying to student debtJoin us for an interactive, multigenerational program where you will leave feeling more connected to and ready to connect with those you love.
Registration and to receive a link: vfisher@biblio.org

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