Be sure to join us for children's story hour and snacks with the engaging Mrs. Dixon this Saturday at 10:30 am.
The Library was created in 1980 in the Parsons-Anderson house. It is run by the Springs Historical Society.
The membership for the Library and the Historical Society is $15 per year each. You can belong to both for $25 per year. The Library also holds a children's story hour on Saturdays staring at 10:30 AM.
Be sure to join us for children's story hour and snacks with the engaging Mrs. Dixon this Saturday at 10:30 am.
We've gotten more new books. They are mostly large print as follows: The Dollhouse by Fiona Davis, Sold on a Monday by Kristina McMorris, Gumshoe Gertrude and the Clearwater Curse, The Black Ascot by Charles Todd, Lisa Scottoline's Someone Knows, Delia Owen's Where the Crawdads Sing, and The Last Romantics by Tara Conklin. We also have received Season 3 of Victoria on DVD. Both "Naamah" and "The Guest Book "by Sarah Blake are also now in our collection.
Stop in at the library....we'd love to see you!!!
Be sure to join us for story hour and snacks this Saturday at 10:30 am. Rachel A Kleinberg will read tales of chasing chickens, a grouchy cat, and maybe a Book With No Pictures!
Spring has come to Springs!!!
Please come to the library! We've just gotten new books! The Children's books are "Because" by Mo Willems, "The Wall in the middle of the book" by Jon Agee and "We don't eat our classmates" by Ryan Higgins. The new adult fiction books are" The 13 Minute Murder" by James Patterson, Celtic Empire" by Clive Cussler, "Redemption" by David Baldacci, "Run away" by Harlan Coben, "Metropolis" by Philip Kerr and "Neon Prey" by John Sandford.
Hope to see you soon!
Join us for Springs Library Story Hour this Saturday at 10:30 am featuring Ms. Jackie!
We've gotten new books (both children's and adult) + DVDs. Let's start with the childrens' books: After the Fall by Dan Santat, Narwhal's Otter Friend by Ben Clanton, Merci Suarez changes gears by Meg Medina, Wonder by R.J. Pelacio, and We are the Gardeners by Joanna Gaines. New Fiction includes: Triple Jeopardy by Ann Perry, The Legacy and The Reckoning by Yrsa Sigurdardottir, the Perfect Alibi by Phillip Margolin and the Miracle at St. Andrews by James Patterson/DeJonge. Non Fiction includes "Women Rowing North" and the Biography of Peter Buttigieg titled "Shortest Way Home". Newest DVDs received are Jack Irish (Seasons 1 & 2) On the Basis of Sex, Can you ever forgive me? and Mary Poppins Returns. Please stop in at the library..... We'd be happy to see you!!!! .
We wish Ms. Heather and Mr. Pete all the best in their next chapter! Story Hour will continue . . . please join us tomorrow Saturday at 10:30am for stories and snacks.
Spring is right around the corner!!! While you're out and about, please stop by your community library! We've just received the following new books: In non fiction - "Spearhead" in mysteries " Wolf Pack" by C.J. Box, "First Lady" by James Patterson, "The Victory Garden" by Rhys Bowen and 'Careless Love" by Peter Robinson. In fiction "Cemetery Road" by Greg iles, "Black Leopard, Red Wolf" by Marlon James and "An Anonymous Girl" by Hendricks/Pekkanen.!!! See you soon!!!!
The new books that we've gotten include The Border by Don Winslow, The Huntress by Kate Quinn, Circe by Madeline Miller, The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides, The Songbird by Marcia Willett and last but not least, Unto Us a child is born by Donna Leon. See you soon!!
Please stop by at the Springs library this week! We're there from 10:00 - 12:00 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. We're also open on Wednesday afternoon from 2:00 - 4:00 and. Saturday from 10:00 until 3:00! We've gotten new books and new DVDs! Come in and check it out! See you soon!
We've received new books! They are: "The Moon Sister" by Lucinda Riley, "The New Iberia" by James Burke, "The lost girls of Paris" by Pam Jenoff, "The Chef" by James Patterson, "Dear Mrs. Bird" by A J Pearce, and "The Wartime Sisters" by Lynda Loigman. See you soon.
Springs Historical Society is looking for a volunteer web designer.
The Board of Trustees of the Springs Historical Society is putting out a call to its members and their friends, asking for help in finding a local web designer who would be willing to donate his/her time and expertise in setting up a combined web site for the Society and Springs Library.
As with many other non-profit organizations, we feel a web presence is vital in keeping the community informed of what we have to offer, opening a dialog with the community and maintaining and expanding a robust membership.
The site would include pages with headings such as: Home, About, Membership, Events Calendar, Historical Archives, and Library, in addition to others suggested during development. We hope to have the site up and running before the Summer.
Keeping our desired late Spring launch date in mind, anyone interested in offering their services can email Kevin Kennedy at [email protected] with ’SHS Web Proposal’ in the subject line.
Please include the following in your response:
1. Your contact information (full name, address, email and phone number).
2. A summary of your web design experience with links to finished projects.
3. A list of the platforms and programs you use in your development work.
4. If you’ve had experience with community non-profits or similar organizations.
5. Please respond by February 28th.
Thank you for your continuing support.
Kevin Kennedy, Member Board of Trustees
Chairman Web Development Committee
Donald Sussis, President, Springs Historical Society
Please come and take a look at the new books that we've just received. They include "The Golden tresses of the Dead" by Alan Bradley, "Tony's wife" by Adriana Trigiani, "The Boy" by Tami Hoag, "the Black Ascot " by Charles Todd and "The Overnight Kidnapper" by Andrea Camilleri. In non-fiction we've received "The First Conspiracy" by Brad Meltzer. Hope to see you soon.
On these cold days and nights, a good companion could be an interesting book! Stop in at Springs library and check out the new fiction and non fiction books that we've gotten. We've got "Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens, "Verses for the Dead" by Preston & Child, "Every Breath" by Nicholas Sparks and "Past Tense" by Lee Child. We've also got "Becoming" by Michelle Obama, "Educated" by Tara Westover and "The Library Book" by Susan Orlean just to name a few!!
Brrr. It's cold outside. How about stopping by the library and taking out a movie or book or jigsaw puzzle to amuse yourself inside.
We wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving
The Springs Library and Springs Historical Society want to thank our veterans and express our deep gratitude for all of them, past and present.
New books at the library:
Lethal White by Robert Galbraith; The Reckoning by John Grisham; Holy Ghost by John Sandford: Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver; A Casuality of War by Charles Todd; A Winter in Paradise by Elin Hilderbrand; the Library Book by susan Orlean; and In the Hurricane's Eye by Nathaniel Philbrick
The library has recently donated many boxes of books to "The Book Fairies", through Zachary Hallett, a local boy scout, who is earning his Eagle Scout badge. The books will go to needy schools and organizations in the NY metropolitan area. We are thrilled that the books, left over from a recent book sale, will go to such a worthy cause, instead of being discarded.
We had over a hundred people attend our meeting today, and the enthusiasm was wonderful. We have a new Board of Directors, and many volunteers to help them re-energize our Society. Thanks to all our long term supporters, and welcome to our new members.
Please come to a meeting this afternoon at theme Springs Presbyterian Church. The meeting is at 1:30 And we will be discussing the need for a new board of directors and their primary goal of renewing the charter so that both the Springs Historical Society and the Springs Library will remain viable. Please attend to show your support of these valuable Springs organizations. Thank you
The gala last Saturday for the Heart of Springs was a great success. Lovely weather, delicious food, good music and a heartwarming show of support for our chamber's historic center.
Some new books have arrived: The Hidden Keys by Andre Alexis, The Silence of the Girls, by Pat Barker, John Woman, by Walter Mosley in the fiction section. Arnhem by Antony Beever and The Outer Beach by Robert Finch in the nonfiction area. We also are adding in our collection of books for junior readers. there is a new Ivy and Bean, Eerie Elementary and Puppy Place.
Good Morning Readers!
At Springs Library we have all the books on the New York Times best seller list. Please come and choose one, or more, to enjoy in the fall.
We have lots of new large print books as well as regular books. Stop by and check us out
Don't forget: there are lots of 25 cent books for sale under the canopy, and a lot of them were newly put out.
The library will be closed on Labor Day. Enjoy
Last Saturday, the library received $110 from the Agricultural Fair, "Chicken Drop". We are very appreciative and thank the sponsors very much.
New books include the Masterpiece by fiona davis, Tailspin by Sandra Brown, Where the Crawdads ?Sing, by Delia Owens, An Accidental Corpse by our own local Helen harrison, and Paradox by Catherine Coulter.
This is a personal post: My husband and I are so grateful for all the well wishes and concerns our library patrons, supporters and volunteers have shown us during our health issues. Thank you- simple words, but heartfelt.
some recent additions: Babe Ruth by W.G.Braund, the Lido by Libby Page, the Other Woman by Daniel silva, The Good Fight by Danielle Steel and Cottage By the Sea, by Debbie Macomber.
The Springs Library will be closed on August 11, the day of the Fisherman's Fair. Thanks
A sad day - the workers from the town are beginning to clear out the upstairs room of books. If it is needed for the benefit of the house, then I guess it has to be done. We saved a lot of the art books and childrens books for our summer sales.
Hi. We had loads of people buying our 25 cent a book or a bag for a $1 last weekend. The books upstairs are still here, so come by for a great bargain.
Dont forget. Sale books are 25 cents each. The Town will be clearing out the upstairs soon, so don't wait. We have some new books in the library, including Clock Dance by Anne Tyler,Shelter in Place, by Nora Roberts, The Dark Angel by Elly Griffiths and A Shout in the Ruins by Kevin Powers.
The Town will be removing all the books from the upstairs rooms in the near future. Until then, anyone wanting great bargains can come and buy any book for 25 cents, or a $1 a bag. There are loads of paperback, childrens books and nonfiction books.
Hi. some new books in library include the Outside by Stephen King, Adjustment Day by Chuck Palahniuk, All We Ever Wanted by emily Giffin, Bring Me Back by B.A. Paris, Girl in Snow by Dany Kukafka and My 25 Years in Provence by Peter Mayle.
The 3rd Heart of springs Gala will be held on Saturday, September 15, from 5 to 7. You can go to their page, or their web page for more info.
Some new books at library include The Overstory by Richard Powers, The Pharaoh Key by Preston and Child, Paris By the Book, by Liam Callanan, and Calypso by David Sedaris. There are lots of good books for a quarter under the outdoor tent too.
For our younger patrons, we have more books in the Heidi Heckelbeck and Eerie Elementary series.
Some new books this week include The Cast by Danielle Steel, The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware, The Neighborhood by Mario Llosa, By Invitation Only by Dorothea B. Frank, The Flight Attendant by Chris Bohjalian, and Robin by Dave Itzkoff.
Our library gardens are once again looking lovely, thanks to two of our volunteers, Olga and Fran. Thanks so much. the bees and butterflies thank you too.
Hurrah! the 25 cent outdoor book sale is up and running. Stop on by. Great books; unbeatable price.
Two poems that deal with grief in a comforting way are: Do not stand at my grave and weep, by Mary E. Frye and Gone from my sight, by Henry Van Duke.
We just heard of the death and possible death of Ben Krupinsky and his wife Bonnie. Our thoughts are with their family and friends. He was a generous benefactor to our Springs Library, and we will remember him with thanks, as we also mourn his passing, as well as the possible loss of his wife, and the other people on the plane.
1 Parsons Pl (Mail To PO Box 1860)
East Hampton, NY
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