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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Things are changing

Stop in to visit PeeWee & Pickwick at the Circulation Desk. There's a Chrysalis, PeeWee, and a VERY HUNGRY caterpillar, Pickwick doing their thing on milkweed in our butterfly condo thanks to Kathleen Ash.  So many beings busy with end of summer preparations.

The garden are lovely and surviving the crazy weather.  Watch for Renovation project updates from the 150 Committee in the upcoming Bulletin.  The library will need temporary home for operations (5-6 months, wifi, ~1500 SF, parking)and the 2020 concert series. Talk to Kristin or a trustee if you have GREAT ideas.

Pop in to be sure you have THE MOST IMPORTANT SCHOOL SUPPLY - Your Library Card!

There's a new puzzle in the works at the table and new books arriving for all departments.  If you don't see what you are looking for, I hope you speak to staff to let us know what we are missing.

More than 500 people attended the concert series this summer and enjoyed 6 concerts.  Three people showed up this week looking for another concert ;>

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Friday, March 22, 2019

-Summer is Flying By! - Don't miss the last Elizabeth Richards Summer Concert of the 2019 Season

2019 Elizabeth Richards Concert Season
@Bookside Terrace, Frost Free Library
Mark Your Calendars -Tuesdays at 7 pm
Outdoors Bookside Terrace-Shine Only
  • August 13th - Don't Miss It! - Indoors Tonight @Community House

    Thanks to our neighbors at the Federated Church,

    Tonight's concert will be at the Community House at 7 pm.

    Legendary King Snakes 

    Blues, Jazz, Popular American 20s, 30s, 40s, New to the Lineup @legendarykingsnakes on Facebook  

    Courtesy of Friends of Frost Free

Friday, February 22, 2019

Hey, Look over there > It's a DONATE NOW button ;> →

Things I'm noticing this week, days are getting longer, snow is sliding off the roof, shiny new sap collecting vessels are appearing.

Preliminary drawings for the addition of accessible program space are up at the library. 
The 150 committee is meeting with friends, neighbors and supporters to continue the first phase of fundraising.

NO TAX DOLLARS will be pinched for this project. In the fine tradition of our benefactor, Rufus S. Frost, the committee is charged with raising private funds, securing grants and managing sustainability to grow this Frost Family tradition for the Marlborough Community.

If you have an employer who matches contributions, know someone working on planned giving who LOVES the work of public libraries or the Marlborough Community, please reach out to a committee member.

In your service,

150 Committee; Rufus Frost, III,
Douglas Hamshaw, Maidli Hill, Charlton MacVeagh, Jeffrey Miller, Robert K Sweet, Sara Wardell

 Kristin Readel, Director 

A few pictures from Frost Free