Our children's program presents an infinite choice of creative activities for preschoolers providing a rich context for adults to share a greater understanding of their child's development through creative play.
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
We had a wonderful art event on October 7th at our opening reception with special music from the jazz ensemble sphere for a significant art show with Yves Parent, maritime painter and Melissa Imossi and Lacopo Pasquinelli, landscape artists. I hope to see you at our next event.
All my best, Jay
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Shown above L to R are: Norma Hartley, Rita Johnson, Mike Gurski and Terry Roberts
The Farmington Village Green and Library, FVGLA, Association was founded in 1901. Its purpose is to serve the Farmington community through library and museum services in addition to maintaining Memento Mori and the Village Green at the intersection of Route 10 and four. This year the FGLA leadership decided to consolidate all of our programs into one booth celebrating the work of the FVGLA at the Unionville Festival. Everyone had a great time and the booths were magnificent. Special congratulations to our fearless team leader, Norma Hartley, for a job well done along with the whole Festival Team.
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Library trustees, Allison deVaux and Ida Franklin were presented with D. Newton Barney Society designation
Allison deVaux and Ida Franklin were both congratulated on a job well done and presented with the D. Newton Barney Society designation on the occasion of their retirement from Farmington's library board at the September 17 meeting. We thanked them for their service and wish them well as they go on to other ventures.
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Friday, August 1, 2014
I’ve had the pleasure of working with Debbie over the past eight years and have learned so much about Farmington through her intelligence and legacy experience. Debbie has carried the responsibility of institutional memory for quite a while and now that she is off to new exciting travels and interests the batons is passed on to those whom she has helped understand the nuances of the libraries and her post. I shall miss her and know that leaving is always a double-edged sword. Debbie, I wish you smooth sailing and happiness in your future endeavors.
Friday, April 11, 2014