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It’s not just the bunnies hopping this spring! Voluntown Public Library has a great slate of events for the community up ahead. Spring has sprung and there are some wonderful new features available at Voluntown Public Library. This past November, the library joined a DVD “swap” with other eastern Connecticut Libraries funded by $500 received from the Pachaug Grange. The setup fee was $250 and the yearly fee is $250. The library will have about 30 different DVD’s arrive monthly. That amounts to about 360 different movies available to loan for the year that takes a minimal of shelf space. This special collection of DVD’s loan out for one week at a time, $1 late fee per day, no renewals so lots of people can have the chance to watch these newer features. These movies have been flying off the shelf. Come take a look and check them out today. As always, movies that belong to Voluntown Library circulate for 2 weeks at a time and patrons can check out 4 VHS or DVD’s at a time, and if they have children, can check out 4 children’s movies as well

There is a whole new world to explore from the comfort of your home, or the library computer. Come and take a ride to Voluntown Library and learn how to surf the web, mousercise, and more. These short sessions in introductory computer skills are filling fast. Class size is limited to 4 participants, and will run as long as there is interest, so if you can’t make it to one class or it fills up, there will be other sessions. Class offerings include Mousercise; Safe Surfing; E-Mail How-To; and classes for more advanced users – Blogs and Del.icio.us Bookmarks, Flickr Photo, etc. The March schedule for computer help classes has been posted. They will be offered March 20 and by special arrangement with the librarian. Register for new beginning computer classes by calling 376-0485 or e-mailing vltnlib@yahoo.com or speak with the librarian to schedule a time. April class schedule TBA. Library Homepage

Be sure to look at the Library Event Page to see what is happening at the library!

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