Sherman Library, Sherman Connecticut (860) 354-2455


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Barn at the Sherman Library!

The Barn under construction!

February 1, 2013--Progress continues!

February 22, 2013--roof is on!

March 5, 2013!

April 17, 2013

May 6, 2013

August 28, 2013

 

Grand Opening Invitation

 

The Grand Opening! March 15, 2014

 

Poppies Spring 2014

 

 


Art Exhibit June 27 - August 21

 

Sandra Lerner & Alice Sprintzen

 

                               Sandra Lerner

 

 

 

     

                         Alice Sprintzen

 

 

The Sherman Library is pleased to announce a new art exhibit featuring Sherman artists Sandra Lerner and Alice Sprintzen.

 

Sandra Lerner has participated in many one-person and group exhibitions throughout the United States and Japan.   She is represented in numerous public and private collections including the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut; Hecksher Museum, Huntington, New York:Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum , Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; Kampo Museum, Kyoto, Japan and the World Study Museum, Fukuoka, Japan; Price Waterhouse and 3M Corporation. Sandra Lerner is represented by the June Kelly Gallery in New York City. According to Ms. Lerner, "This exhibition of my latest paintings, reflects my ongoing exploration of the similarities between eastern philosophy and the latest theories in physics and cosmology. I incorporate calligraphy's expressive force to conjure up references to nature as well the multiple universes that exist."    Ms. Lerner lives and works in New York City and Sherman Ct.  

 

Alice Sprintzen has been creating found object jewelry for over 10 years. In addition, she has taught jewelry making on the high school, college and adult art workshop levels. Ms. Sprintzen is the author of several crafts books including, The Jeweler’s Art: A Multimedia Approach, and Crafts, Basic Techniques and Design. Her work has appeared in several books and magazines including a recent editorial in Elle Magazine. She has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States.  Alice and her husband, David, have a home in Sherman, CT.

 

For additional information, please contact the Sherman Library at (860) 354.2455, or sl@biblio.org


Adult Book Discussion

Friday, September 11, 7:30 p.m.

Middlemarch by George Eliot

Discussion led by Barbara Griff

 

MIDDLEMARCH: A Study of Provincial Life by George Eliot (1872) Belying its dry subtitle, Eliot’s portrait of an English country village in1830 is a truly magnificent Victorian novel. (Virginia Woolf famously called it one of the few English novels written for grownup people.) Eliot's idealistic heroine, trapped in a stifling marriage, struggles with the restraints of gender and convention, at long last breaking free. Other key characters--and there are many--contend with thwarted ambition, toxic spouses, and a social hierarchy as rigid as the caste system. A hefty, satisfying read. 880 pp.

 

 

Everyone is welcomed to enjoy a lively discussion and refreshments! Copies of the books are available at the library. For more information contact the library 860-354-2455 or SL@biblio.org

Complete list of 2015 Discussion Books


 

The Sherman Library Meeting Room Policies

 

The newly renovated, restored and expanded Sherman Library has two spaces for meetings during library hours for Sherman non-profit organizations.

The Sherman Library Meeting Room Policies

Applications for Program Room Use

Contact: Millie Loeb, Executive Director, 860-354-2455, mloeb@biblio.org

 

The Library Barn Program Room

The library barn is primarily used for adult and children library programs. When available it may be rented to non-profit organizations in our community.  The room capacity is a maximum of 100 people. It has audio visual equipment that includes DVD player, surround sound, projector and screen. There is an Assistive Listening Hearing Loop and Wi-Fi throughout. Chairs and tables are available. The Barn Room has a separate entrance from the main library with access to a restroom. There are no cooking facilities but there is a kitchenette that includes a small refrigerator, a sink and microwave.

The Barn Program Room Use Policy.

The Multipurpose Room

The Multipurpose Room is a board/conference that can seat up to twelve people around a large table. There is Wi-Fi and a telephone. This room can be used for small meetings. This room can be reserved or used as a drop in basis if available

The Multipurpose Room Use Policy.


Sherman Library Annual Report

 

Sherman Library Annual Report of the Director 2013-2014


 

Sherman Library Building Project

 


Museum Passes at the Sherman Library


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