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TOWN BUDGET MEETING

Please let the Town Council know that you and the other 837 library patrons need their continued financial support. 

Location: 
Town Hall, Main Street, Morristown
Facilitator: 
Frank Putman, Town Supervisor
Date: 
2014/10/22
Time: 
7:00 pm

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SCHOOL SUPPLIES FROM NIKKI JOHNSON-POOLE

49 Morristown youth ranging in age from pre-K to 11th grade were supplied with school supplies at the library Saturday morning free of charge.  Nikki Johnson-Poole of Unionville, CT has been collecting book bags, binders, notebooks, pencils, pens, markers, glue, crayons, protractors, colored pencils and MORE for almost a year in order to sponsor this special program.  She is an extreme couponer and philanthropist at heart.  Her mother Kandi and grandmother Kathy live in Morristown and had the very fun job of distributing these supplies. 

THANK YOU, Kandi, Kathy and Nikki!  YOU HAVE HELPED MANY FAMILIES PREPARE THEIR CHILDREN FOR SCHOOL!

SUMMER STATISTICS

Summer Reading Attendance 222

 

Plein Air Attendance 489

 

Book Sale and Plein Air $6,000.51

 

ROBERT HEDDEN SPEAKS ABOUT MORRISTOWN'S PLEIN AIR

Robert Hedden of Wellesley Island has attended both the 2013 and 2014 festivals in Morristown.  He freely offered fabulous advice to help us organize our popular August attraction.  Thank you, Robert!

Follow the link below to read his BlogSpot in reference to his Morristown experience:

1000islandspaintings.blogspot.com/

MORE WONDERFUL SCIENCE AT THE MPL!

 

Mia Brunette produced today's two experiments with (a little) help from her Grandpa, Greg Brunette.  We each saw (with our very own eyes) how temperature fluctuations move air and create wind!  In her second experiment we saw how salt changes the density of water.  Wow, Mia - you are a super scientist, for sure!  To see the entire photo album from today's group be sure to visit us on Facebook.

COMPUTER AREA BECOMES MORE ACCOMODATING

 

Greg Thibert volunteered his skills to assemble 6 new chairs and 2 kiosks tonight.  Each of the new pieces were carefully chosen to better utilize the tiny computer area's small space and add as much comfort as possible to our patrons.  Thank you, Greg!  It looks wonderful and we ALL appreciate your help.

YOUR LIBRARY - GROWING TO MEET YOUR NEEDS.

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