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3rd Referendum Results
Tuesday, June 21, 2022.
Yes - 359
No -  406

Budget Failed
 
NEXT BUDGET REFERENDUM - TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2022
RYBA HAL - ST. MAURICE PARISH HALL
6 A.M. TO 8 P.M.
INDIAN NOTCH PARK OPEN - Wednesday through Sunday

*Park will only be open Wednesday through Sunday weekly and there will be NO season passes this year.

It is pay as you go with new daily rates.  

CASH ONLY!

Fees                                                  Resident                     Non-Resident

Daily per car weekday                       $5.00                             $7.00

Daily per car weekend/holiday          $7.00                            $20.00

Library Programs

Summer Reading Kickoff Storytime and Craft - All Ages

Wednesday, June 29, 11:00 a.m.

We are kicking off summer reading with stories and a craft activity for children of all ages. 

To register, call the library at 860-646-7349 or email bmlprograms@biblio.org.

Book for Lunch

Thursday, June 30, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
"The Obituary Writer" by Ann Hood

We will meet outside and enjoy a bagged lunch as we discuss this month's book selection. We'll top it off with dessert,  compliments of the Friends of the Library. (If the weather does not cooperate, we will meet inside). Copies of the book will be available at the library. Request your copy when you register. To register, call the library at 860-646-7349 or email bmlprograms@biblio.org.

Scavenger Hunts are Back!

Week of July 4-9

Have fun with Ollie's Summertime Scavenger Hunt. Find the items listed at the beach, in your backyard, or even in a book! Complete the hunt, then return it to the library to collect your prize. Pick up a copy of Ollie's Scavenger Hunt at the library or download and print your own copy. Have fun!

Thank you Bolton Greater Together Community Fund!

We are incredibly thankful to Bolton Greater Together Community Fund. They provided the library with a grant to purchase sound equipment. We had the opportunity to use our new speaker and lavalier microphone for our Eastern Coyotes program by Ray Hardy and our speaker and lavalier and standard microphones for the Birds of Prey program by Horizon Wings. The new equipment was put to the test during our outdoor program, and it worked perfectly. All 90 participants of the Birds of Prey program were able to clearly hear our presenters, questions from the audience, and our feathered friends. Thank you Bolton Greater Together Community Fund!

DEEP Recycling Program at Bentley

Did you miss our recycling program with Sherill Baldwin from DEEP? Click here to watch the program and learn all about our recycling stream in Connecticut. You'll learn what goes in the bin and what stays out.  Some items that are recyclable stay out. Learn why.