Oxford Public Library
486 Oxford Road
Oxford, CT, USA 06478
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Nutmeg Book Club Introductory Meeting
Mr. Bilmes, the librarian at Oxford High School, and Miss Sara are teaming up for a book club that will be held at OHS! The introductory meeting will be held Thursday, September 10th at 2:15 PM. Students will have a chance to pick which book the club will read this month and will receive a free book! Snacks will also be provided. The actual book discussion will be held on Wednesday, September 30th at 2:30 PM.
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Recent Happenings at the Oxford Public Library!
Two classes from Christ Church Preschool visited the Oxford Public Library on Wednesday, April 22nd. New Children’s Librarian Sara Martone read stories and provided a craft to celebrate Earth Day. The children presented Sara with a handmade welcome sign!
Oxford Public Library hosted a Stress Less Workshop presented by Wellness Advocate Renee Gosart. Gosart demonstrated various essential oils that reduce tension, ease tight muscles, alleviate headaches, and promote better sleep.
The Oxford Public Library is currently collecting food and pet toys for the animal shelter. Please leave donations in the specially designated box in the foyer at the library.
Please contribute to the Friends of the Library in Oxford. Every dollar you donate to the Jane D. Weiss Family Foundation will be matched to double the donation to the Friends of the Library in Oxford. More information can be found here.
Donations of $25 and over with your name and address will be acknowledged as a charitable tax deduction.
Thank you for your continuing support.
New Kindle Titles available! Please check out our 2 new Kindles donated by the Friends of the Library in Oxford. We just added numerous titles to both machines — the newest in fiction and nonfiction bestsellers are available. Come by the library to check them out! See title list.
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