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  10 to 8
  Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
  10 to 5
  Sunday
  12 to 5
  439 Redding Road
  Redding, CT 06896
  P.O. Box 1009
  Redding, CT 06875
  Tel (203) 938-2545
  Fax (203) 938-4026
 
  Beth Dominianni
Ways of giving
Annual fund-raising
  events: art show
  book fair, frog frolic
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Our solar panels were
Installed by Sound Solar and are funded by Santa Energy.
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Find out more about this Masterpiece event and fundraiser to benefit the Mark Twain Library
 
 
 
FALL STORY TIMES for children newborn through 2nd grade
September 29 - November 14
Owl picture   Registration required. You may register online, by phone, or in-person at the library starting Tuesday September 2nd at 10:00 am. Schedule and additional info here.
 
 
 
MARK TWAIN LIBRARY BOOK GROUP
Monday, October 13th from 7:30 - 9:00 PM
Dear Life by Alice Monroe Book Cover   The Mark Twain Library Book Group meets the 2nd Monday of each month. Our discussion leader is Catherine Riordan, Redding resident and Ph.D. in English Literature. The Fall theme is Short Stories.
 
 
 
SMALL BUSINESS 101 - Marketing for People With No Time
Tuesday, October 21st at 7:00 PM
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Just as you plan for inventory and billing, thinking ahead to a marketing plan is key to staying competitive. With Bob Pietrzkiewicz, marketing specialist and consultant. Register online, at the library or call 203.938.2545. This program will be held at the Redding Community Center, 37 Lonetown Road, Redding.

 
 
 
MUSEUM PASSES CAN NOW BE RESERVED ONLINE
Picture of Museum Pass   Couldn't be easier! Click here for list of passes and reservation page. Have questions? Click here.
 
 
 

ON DISPLAY: THE GRAND TOUR circa 1870

Travel Photo - Europe  

The allure of travel has inspired people for centuries and is the subject of the current exhibit at the Mark Twain Library. The images on display date from the late nineteenth century and are from the collection of Garry Intertrus.

 
 
 
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  The Library is open late two evenings. The current Library schedule is:
  • Monday and Thursday: 10 am - 8 pm
  • Tues., Wed., Fri., & Sat.: 10 am - 5 pm 
  • Sunday: 12 noon - 5 pm
 
 
 
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bullet Use Wowbrary to link to Amazon and a
  percentage of your purchases are donated to the library.
 
Downloadables  
bullet Overdrive (ebooks & audiobooks):
 

Search eMedia catalog. Get Digital Help. Review instructions for iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, Kindle, or Kindle Fire.

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One-Click-Digital (ebooks & audio books)

 
Music Download  
bullet FREEGAL, free downloadable music from Sony.
  Use your library card to download up to five songs a week and stream 3 hours of music a day! Files are compatible with iTunes, iPods, MP3 players, and both Macs and PCs. Click for more information.
 
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bullet Always wanted to learn a foreign language?
  We are pleased to be able to offer Transparent Language Online a foreign language learning system with options for ESL learners and mobile device users.
 
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READING RECOMMENDATIONS

  Staff-produced reading lists, websites, etc.
 
 
 
Newsletter archives
 
 
  A monthly book discussion sponsored by the
  library. The next meeting will be October 13.
 
 

ON DISPLAY THIS MONTH:
THE GRAND TOUR circa 1870. On exhibit through Labor Day week.

   
  ONLINE PHOTO GALLERY
  A collection of the library's favorite photos.
   
 
Tumble  Books Banner
  Click the TumbleBook logo above for 24/7 access to an online collection of more than 200 "talking" picture books, 90 foreign language books, and 90 readalong chapter books.
   
  PHOTOGRAPHERS
  Mark Twain Library offers the use of a designated bulletin board for a display of photographs. Click here for the rules or for an application