Just in time for our shelled neighbor’s busy breeding season, Wildlife Rehabilitator Pam Meier returns to the library for another Turtle Talk with LIVE turtles. Kids can come at 6:30 p.m. for a shorter talk and early access to the turtles! Read More…
Certified Instructor Rebecca Armstrong leads three ESSENTRICS classes this spring on alternating Tuesdays. Class sizes are limited so please register for each workout. More information about the workouts and how to register.
Inscribe a brick or create an art tile to honor those you care about and help build the future library! Click here to learn how!
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Whether you are looking to improve your resume or fill a club requirement, we have a variety of ways you can volunteer for your community. Specifically, teens can… Read more >
Attention all Madison Residents: Scranton Library is helping spread the word that now is your opportunity to get involved! The Madison Health Department encourages all residents to participate in their community health assessment. The assessment will help them gather accurate information representative of our community and identify issues for action to help improve the overall health and well-being of our residents.
Starting today and during the months of February and March, please fill out the assessment either by paper copy at the following locations:
Scranton Memorial Library
Madison Health Department located at the Madison Town Campus (8 Campus Drive)
Madison Chamber of Commerce Office (12 School Street)
the Madison Senior Center (29 Bradley Road)
or via the following link: www.surveymonkey.com/r/MadisonHealthSurvey2018 Read more >.
With the Shoutbomb text messaging service, you can use your mobile phone to receive text notices about holds that are available, items that are due soon, and overdue items and fines. You can also send a text to renew an items and add multiple library cards to one phone. Follow the link in this post to sign up.
Scranton Memorial Library card holders can borrow from an assortment of e-readers and tablets or a Chromebook, free of charge. Choose from a Kindle Fire, basic Kindle reader, Kindle Paperwhite, Nook Color, Samsung Galaxy Tablet, iPad Mini, an Acer c720 Chromebook, or iPads specially outfitted for kids. These devices circulate for 14 days, and e-readers have a collection of popular titles installed. The iPads offer an assortment of kid-friendly apps chosen by our Children’s department.
The loan of these items is made possible by the generosity of the Scranton Library Friends, Read more >
The Connecticut State Library has announced that the ReQuest Statewide Catalog and Interlibrary Loan System will shut down on June 30, 2015, for at least two months while they bring a new Interlibrary Loan system online. Place your Interlibrary Loan requests by emailing our Interlibrary Loan Librarian at email@example.com or calling the library at 203-245-7365.
The Testing & Education Reference Center offers full length practice tests for the SAT and AP exams. It also has e-books to use to prepare for these exams as well as several others. All you need is your library card to gain access. Click here to begin!