Why should kids have all the fun? Sign up for our Adult Summer Reading Program beginning Monday, June 23 at the check-out desk. If you have time to read one book in the next six weeks, you could win a prize. Just submit a review of your book, and you will be entered for a weekly drawing.
If you are looking for things to do with your children and grandchildren:
These noontime programs are presented by experts in a variety of fields. Topics include health issues, travel tips, fashion advice, organization techniques, resources for caregivers and more. Bring your lunch; we provide beverages and dessert.
Hands-on computer classes are offered each month. Topics include introduction to computers, internet, and basic to intermediate Word and Excel. In addition, thirty computers are available for public use. For patrons who are sight impaired the library has an adaptive computer that magnifies the image and can read aloud information on the screen.
offers a varied selection of large print books.
You will also find a diverse collection of books
on tape and CDs. A catalog of large print titles
is available upon request. An Optolec reading
machine, which enlarges print, is located in
the Information Department.
If you need accommodations for a disability, please
call 347-2528, ext. 135, in advance.
Titles are chosen by the participants, and lively discussion groups are facilitated by the Older Adult Specialist from the library. Whether the book is a current best seller or a familiar classic, the interaction is always interesting and enjoyable.
This service is for patrons residing in Middletown apartments or health care facilities who are unable to travel to the library. A library volunteer will deliver library materials to you. This includes books, magazines, DVDs, and books on tape.
Russell Library offers
discussion-based educational programs
to patrons residing in facilities in our
community. The Older Adult Specialist leads
spirited discussions on art, travel, history, the
topics are endless. Patrons are encouraged to express ideas, opinions and memories. Special requests are encouraged