Library Opens with a Party

Finally! On June 29, as First Selectman Melissa Mack had announced earlier in June, Kent Memorial Library opened the doors of its renovated and remediated home on Main Street.

General Programs

For more information or to register for programs, stop by the library, call 860-668-3896, check or follow us on Facebook. All of our programs are free!

KML is in a Book!

The book titled Book Club Reboot: 71 Creative Twists and written by Sarah Ostman and Stephanie Saba, describes Books in the Parlor, one of Kent Memorial Library’s book groups. At the end of this article is the description of the group as it appears in the book.

Friends of KML Annual Book Sale

It’s time to plan for the Friends’ book sale held again in Father Ted Hall at Sacred Heart Church on Mountain Rd.

To Lexicography

Dictionaries have been around a long time, perhaps beginning on cuneiform tablets around 2300 BCE (or BC if you prefer) in the area of modern-day Syria. In 1604, the first English alphabetical dictionary was published.

Check out KML!

The second decade of the new millennium was a tough period for the Kent Memorial Library, but the clouds have cleared, and if all went as seemed likely at the Observer’s press time, there would be a grand reopening on June 29.

Annual Book Sale Coming

Once again Sacred Heart Church, 446 Mountain Rd., Suffield, has generously allowed us to use Father Ted Hall for the Friends’ book sale. This year’s sale will be held on Friday, September 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, September 7 and Sunday, September 8 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free on Saturday and Sunday; the admission fee on Friday evening will be $5, except for members of the Friends, who get in free.