The Villages Florida Area Real Estate: Have you Been to YOUR Library Lately?

Have you Been to YOUR Library Lately?

My wife and children have always been Library Addicts; and because of this, my oldest child is getting a Masters Degree in Library and Information Science right now.  Do you have any idea how many great things you can do at your local library - it is not just a place where you can take out books and DVDs!

Cheshire Public Library Librarian Appreciation

Of course there are many programs for the smallest tykes, but one of the things that I find most refreshing is how much attention is being given to the teenagers.  But they don't stop there!  There are plenty of activities for adults and families (including genealogy, movie matinees, and wildlife programs!).  If you don't see anything that appeals to you, take the Adult Programming Survey to let them know what you would like! 

Check out all the things they have to offer - They are more than just books!

Want to buy some great used books?  Cheshire Library has a book sale that will be going on Thursday through Saturday October 21-23.  Check their website for hours each day!

For links to your favorite Library check out my list:  Libraries Throughout the State of Connecticut

 

 

Chris K. Canfield

REALTOR®, ABR, CRS, e-PRO, GREEN, MRP, SRES 

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

2890 E. Skyline Drive, #250

Tucson, Arizona  85718

 

 

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Comment balloon 8 commentsChris Canfield • September 24 2010 07:16PM

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I actually haven't in a while.  I think I will make it a fun day with my 5 year old.  Thank you for the reminder.

Posted by Faina Reinhardt (HotRentalsNY.com) about 8 years ago

Chris, did you know that September is national library card signup month?  Two of my blogs in the 30/30 challenge were about my local libraries. 

Posted by Juli Vosmik, Scottsdale/Cave Creek, AZ real estate 480-710-0739 (Dominion Fine Properties) about 8 years ago

Chris, we have some great library's here in Fairfield County, Ct. Growing up in Ct I have used many of the public library'sand even with the internet I still find there service a value, books on tapes, books, office services, Internet access, research, access to news and magazines, notary to mention a few.

Posted by David Popoff, Realtor®,SRS, Green ~ Fairfield County, Ct (DMK Real Estate ) about 8 years ago

We have a really nice library in Temecula, I always see it filled up with young adults!

Posted by David Robinson, Call Now (877) 828-0710 (Lloyd Cullen Real Estate) about 8 years ago

Chris, do you have to have a library card, or can you CRUISE?    I would have to locate mine.   Great Localism post!

Posted by Joan Cox, Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time (Metro Brokers - House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373) about 8 years ago

Hi Joan,  Well, in Connecticut, you can use any library in the state with your town's library card!  As Juli mentions above, September is National Library Card Signup month.  If you can't find your card, it may be expired anyway, so head on down to your favorite branch and check it out!  As far as the websites go, you can find all kinds of interesting information on them, and some of the links don't require a library card; but it would be a lot of poking around to find out. 

Posted by Chris Canfield, Homes for Sale in Oro Valley and Tucson, Arizona (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage) about 8 years ago

San Diego finally broke ground on a new library, after spending $250,000 each year for 15 years studying whether or not to build a new library. They could have just built it!

Posted by Not a real person about 8 years ago

Looks like they will get the building up and then not be able to stock it with the $3,750,000 they have already spent!

Posted by Chris Canfield, Homes for Sale in Oro Valley and Tucson, Arizona (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage) about 8 years ago

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