Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving, the great All-American holiday in my book, is just a great time to be together and remember what life has brought us: family, friends, high school and college football games and a great deal of wonderful food spread out on a wonderful table all defined by Turkey size and aromatics.
I wish you all the best holiday and hope we all can celebrate the joys of life and feel safe in these uncertain times. Thanksgiving, always celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November, Celebrates the Pilgrims first harvest in 1621 with a feast. Pilgrims should not to be confused with Puritans who established Massachusetts Bay Colony, Boston, in 1628.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Goodbye Jan Whitcomb


Library Assistant Jan Whitcomb is leaving Farmington for new challenges in Avon. We wish her the best in her new endeavors….. Good Bye Jan.

Friday, November 14, 2008

“Whispers at the Library.”


November is exciting at the Farmington Library! Artist Doris Weiner has transformed the library’s community room into a surrealistic garden with her major site-specific art installation titled “Whispers at the Library.” Visit soon to experience this extraordinary exhibit.

Martin Schiller remembers his experiences in Buchenwald




Author, Martin Schiller, gave a compelling account of his experiences as recorded in his book, "Bread Butter and Sugar: A Boy’s Journey through the Holocaust and Postwar Europe".