Everybody should be afraid of Virginia Woolf. Her prose is haunting and elliptical. Yet no one should be afraid of Virginia Woolf. Her novels [...]
“To the Ends of the Earth: The Truth Behind the Glory of Polar Exploration” new book by local author John Dippel
From the late-17th to the early 20th century, intrepid explorers from America and Europe risked and sometimes lost their lives exploring the forbidding, uncharted landscapes [...]
The White Hart Speaker Series: Andrea Barnet “Visionary Women: How Rachel Carson, Jane Jacobs, Jane Goodall, and Alice Waters Changed Our World”
The White Hart Speaker Series is presented in collaboration with Oblong Books & Music & Scoville Memorial Library This is the story of [...]
Why is Education in the United States in Perpetual Crisis? A Look at Past, Present, and Future presented by Stephen Keith Sagarin, PhD
As a nation we have perennially conceived of our schools as “in crisis” since the first compulsory school laws in Massachusetts, continuing through Emancipation, [...]
Library Director, Claudia Cayne, will guide you through best approaches to finding reliable, credible information on medical conditions and doctors online.