Starting Monday, March 4 and most likely continuing for several days, a geothermal test bore will take place in the library parking lot to determine the future energy source of the new library. The public should expect that parking will be impacted for several days as the rig arrives, drills, then is removed. Some level of noise will also be a factor as drilling will be followed by a generator running to conduct a conductivity test. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Visit from Newhouse Wildlife Rescue

“Porcupines Don’t Shoot Their Quills!”

Come join Jane Seeker (Newhouse), founder of Newhouse Wildlife Rescue, as she shares interesting facts about our local wildlife. Learn how you can help injured and orphaned wild animals in an emergency!

Newhouse Wildlife Rescue is located in Chelmsford, MA. Each year they help numerous sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals heal and grow until they can be released back into the wild. Bigger, stronger, and free!

The event is free and will be held in-person in the Meeting Room. This program is a collaboration between our Young Adult Department and our Adult Services Department. Anyone age 11 and up is welcome to attend.

Register Here!

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