The Library will be closed on 4/19/2019 for Good Friday, and will reopen on Saturday 4/20/2019 at 9am.

                                         Adult Programs: Event Registration Link

The FOLIO-sponsored Adult Book Discussion program series “Murder They Wrote” will continue on Saturday, May 11th at 2pm with Nonfiction title The Feathered Thief: Beauty, Obsession, and the Natural History Heist of the Century by Kirk Wallace Johnson.

Coming in July: Nonfiction Title The Stranger Beside Me by Ann Rule.

Register at tinyurl.com/OxfordCTLibrary


To sign up for Wowbrary, which is a service that sends you free weekly emails featuring Oxford Library’s most recent and wonderful new books, DVDs, and CDs we acquire each week, click here: Sign up for Wowbrary emails. Then enter the ZIP code, choose the circle next to Oxford Library, enter your email address twice, and click submit. Then you are all set to receive our weekly updates. Wowbrary allows you to immediately place reserves on all items you see of interest to you by clicking on the titles.


 Check out these reference links:
Find A Topic-Newsbank
Newsbank-Find A Topic
America’s News
Connecticut Post Newspaper
New Haven Register
Waterbury Republican-American Newspaper

 


SAVE $5 OFF ADMISSION-Jacob Javits Center, NYC

BookCon is for the public – anyone who loves books. This weekend-long event on June 1st and 2nd 2019 combines family programs, author autographing, stage talks with literary heroes, the joy of meeting like-minded readers, and a huge celebration of the importance of reading.

CT Library Consortium members(Oxford Library is one) and guests save $5 off each BookCon ticket with our exclusive discount code. We are allowed to extend the discount code to our users. The code can be used up to 5 times per order. NOTE: Prices increase to onsite pricing on May 27, 2019. REGISTER: bookcon.com/Tickets/ 
DISCOUNT CODE: CTLib19


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