Winter is finally over, and spring activities are busting out all over! Don’t forget to stop at the Library for books and other resources to help you enjoy the many occasions and opportunities coming this month and next. To make it easy for you to find what you need, our staff has put together a number of browsing displays located at numerous locations in the building.
April is National Poetry Month, and you can explore verse both classic and contemporary in the Lodewick Children’s Library and in the Goldstone and Ruggles special collection rooms on the Upper Level, where you will also find materials spotlighting National Jazz Appreciation Month. You can sample the Best Books of 2014 and this year’s crop of Nutmeg Award nominees. Spring will be the subject in all departments, with a special focus on home and garden in the Bossidy Commons. We’ll commemorate Autism Awareness Month and Earth Day in April and move on to Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day and Older Americans Month in May.
We invite you to take advantage of these displays to sample the wide range of topics you can discover at the Library.