Sherman Library, Sherman Connecticut (860) 354-2455




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We invite you to become a member of the Sherman Library Association at a level that is comfortable for you. Membership has its benefits... but most of all it’s knowing that you are part of a long tradition of supporting your library and ensuring it continues for many more years to come.

Sherman Library Membership form

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Museum Passes at the Sherman Library


researchIT CT

Download digital audio books and ebooks 24/7.


Borrow free digital video, music, audiobooks, eBooks and more with your Sherman Library Card. Apps available for most devices.


Register for both eBooks & Audio Books and Magazines and combine them on your RB Digital App. Contact us for details.






Live interview coaching, resume building and career resources. free with library card.





     The Grand Opening! March 15, 2014









The Sherman Library’s
First Annual Golf Tournament

August 27th, 11:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.

at the beautiful, private

Club at River Oaks

in Sherman.


Lunch, Golf, Dine, Network and Win!


Attendees will enjoy playing the Club’s championship-caliber 18-hole course, and will be treated to lunch and dinner at The Club. All proceeds benefit the Sherman Library.

Prizes will be awarded for the longest drive, first-place team, second-place team, third place team, and closest to the pin.

Another highlight: players will have a chance to win a new Jeep Wrangler by shooting  a hole in one on hole #17--a challenging, 170-yard par 3 over water. The Jeep is provided by Wetmore’s Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram located in New Milford. 


For Tickets and Sponsorships click here.

For more information contact Al Kenney:

The Club at River Oaks
2 Evans Hill Raod
Sherman, CT 06784
Event Schedule:
11:30 a.m. Registration
12 - 1 p.m. Lunch
1 p.m. Shotgun Start
6 p.m. Dinner Buffet
8 p.m. Departure

In case of inclement weather please contact River Oaks 860-354-3330 or visit


Join the Sherman Library Team!

For more information follow the links below:


Executive Director Position Announcement


Director Full Job Description


Technical Services Library Assistant Position      Announcement


Tech Services Full Job Description


A Group Show of Paintings
by Kathleen L’Hommedieu and Students

Art Show May 30 – July 12


The Sherman Library is pleased to announce a group show of paintings by talented women who have connected and explored their individual creative processes at Studio 130 with Kathleen L’Hommedieu. Artists included in the show are Tricia Anderson, Bonnie Jo Cheron, Amy Dyer, Sue Edelstein, Kathy Flynn, Allison May Jennings, Monika Kenny, Sofie Kirk, Lisa Sachetti Mahon, and Annie McAward plus their teacher, Kathleen L’Hommedieu.

Studio 130, an open, welcoming space in New Milford, provides a unique opportunity to come together and put paint to canvas while sharing tea and conversation. Under the passionate and joyful facilitation of Kathleen L'Hommedieu, small groups of new and seasoned artists join together for eight week sessions. With either a highlighted artist or themed afternoon, each session is a time to explore freedom and playfulness while they work. The sessions end with a group critique, always with support and encouragement of Kathy and participants.

“Painting is freedom, magic, meditative and joyous. I have spent a lifetime gathering beauty while rowing, hiking and spending time outdoors. These beautiful memories are my work” says L’Hommedieu.
With an insatiable palette for learning, L’Hommedieu attended Norwalk Community College and the University of Connecticut where she studied landscape architecture. She also has her Master Gardener Certification and has designed and maintained many private gardens in Connecticut as well as those at the Longshore Golf Course in Westport, Connecticut. In 2008, L’Hommedieu was given a gift of art lessons with Ira Barkoff. These classes and workshops have inspired her to use her collections of sunrises, sunsets and landscapes she has experienced while boating, rowing, traveling abroad or just being immersed in the outdoors. She also uses these creations to inspire her students.


The JCC in Sherman and the Sherman Library are co-hosting


                     Great Decisions




First Friday of the Month through November 7 – 9 p.m.
at alternate locations.  Next Session: July 6 at the Sherman Library
                         Media and Foreign Policy

               Free and open to everyone in the community

The Foreign Policy Association's Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs. The program model involves reading the Great Decisions Briefing Book, watching a DVD and meeting in a group to discuss the most critical global issues facing America today.


Please register by contacting the JCC in Sherman at 860-355-8050 or or the Sherman Library at 860-354-2455 or When you register, you will receive a briefing book with chapters pertaining to the topics covered.


To register online or for the complete list of dates, topic descriptions and locations please visit the JCC website.



Relaxation with Yoga Nidra

2nd Friday of the month. Yoga 7 - 8 p.m.

followed by refreshments

Through December 14


Knitting & Needle Arts Creativity
2nd Wednesday of the month. 7 - 9 p.m.
Through November 14 (No program in August)


Song Swap
4th Friday of the month. 8 p.m. – midnight
Through December 22

Adult Book Discussion

3rd Friday of the month at 7:30 p.m

Books available at the library


Book Discussion Schedule 2018


Millie Loeb to Retire as Sherman Library Director



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