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Thanks for making the

First Winter Reading Program such as success!

There were 284 participants who read nine books and colored in the "quilt squares." These can be seen in the hallway; it is QUITE impressive!

We had a total of 33 programs during the two months with a total attendance at 431.

If you add these participants and the Winter Reading Participants together, 715 patrons took part in all of the programs.

Special Thanks  to our staff who created these prizes on their own time!

The nine prizes were made by Ms. Cantino, Mrs. Sill and Mrs. Haduch

which went along with the idea of  keeping cozy while reading in the winter.



Library Project Public Info Session

Join us on Monday - March 6th at 7pm

in the Littleton Police Dept. Meeting Room

The architect for the library project will present info on the library design

and we will take questions from the public.

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Essay Writing Contest

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Seed Library Littleton Season Launch!

SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2017, 1-3PM

Location: Littleton’s Reuben Hoar Library Couper Room
Class and demonstration led by Miqelle DeMeis, Rick Findlay and Judith Taylor

What in the world is Seed Library Littleton? We’re glad you asked! SLL is about free and sustainable food, community, and ensuring seed diversity. 

Whether you have never planted a seed before, or you are an experienced gardener, we’d love for you to join us for the season opening!

We will start off with a talk about how the seed library works, have a hands-on seed starting demonstration, and end with a seed swap.

The seed swap is optional, but if you choose to participate, please bring your extra seeds in their original packaging,

or in an envelope with seed type, date saved or bought, and where they were acquired (saved, Johnny’s, Seed Savers, etc.)

For more information on any of our events, please email Miqelle DeMeis at


March 14th at 7pm in the Couper room.

Join us for a "Community Wide Read" this winter with the book Slow Democracy

by Susan Clark and Woden Teachout.

Copies are available at the library.

We will have the author, Susan Clark, here to give a talk on the book and some of its themes.


Global Road Warrior Database

Click on "Sign-In" - Library Card Number

- Enter RH29965L as your card number (not your actual card number).




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