Planning a long trip? Maybe you can’t read a book as you are traveling, but how about listening to one? The library has many recorded books on cassette tape and CD. We also have a collecton of recorded books called Playaways, and we are belong to the RI Library E-Zone where you can use your library card to find hundreds of recorded books you can download at home. Check out the E-zone website today!
Would you pick up a dollar bill if you saw one on the sidewalk? I know I would! Well, here’s the next best thing: This week the dollar fee has been waived for replacing your lost library card! Save a buck! Get a new card! And use that card when you use the library Internet.
The Friends of Barrington Library make a huge difference! Please join the Friends today! Membership forms are available at the reference desk.
Peter is almost here! Don’t miss a spirited performance of Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf” at the Library on Sunday, May 18 at 2:00 PM. Music performed by the Classic Winds Woodwind Quintet; narration by our own Barrington Public Library Director, Deborah Barchi. Free and open to all.
Join us for another exciting travelogue series this summer at the Library. This annual series focuses on “personal journeys” taken by area travelers pursuing a variety of interests, including nature, art, scholarship, work, general tourism and other pursuits. This year’s line-up will take armchair travelers to China, Turkey, France, Italy and England, Eithiopia, Iceland, the Galapagos Islands and Parke County Indiana, the “Covered Bridge Capital of the World”. Set aside Wednesday evenings at 7:30, July 9-September 3, 2008 (skipping Aug.