When you need research to support your school work, Salem Press Reference can help. The Library has a range of topics that are available in print for use in the library or online at Salem Press Online Reference Shelf from anywhere.
Looking for a good book to read? Try BookBrowse! They have a ton of suggestions for both new and classic reads, and you have free access with your Avon Library card.
Check it out @ https://www.bookbrowse.com/afpl today!
Did you know that your Avon Library card entitles you to free online access to some of the most popular newspapers and news sources, including the Washington Post and the New York Times? Simply visit our online newspapers and exercise your freedom to know!
An awesome new tech project each month!
There are two sessions to sign up for:
Session 1: IGNITE club. Girls, grades 7-12. Do this month’s project yourself, then stick around and help other teens learn how to do it in Session 2!
Session 2: Open to boys and girls, grades 5-12. Do this month’s project!!
Register for these IGNITE programs now:
If you’ve been following along, it has been a long journey from the Avon Library One Book series, based on David McCullough’s “The Wright Brothers” to making our very own 1:4 scale 1903 Wright flyer.
And now… drumroll please… it has taken off! Literally!! The plane is now on view for all to see in the Library atrium. Check out the view from the first floor, or take a peek from the Children’s Room windows for a bird’s eye perspective.
An average of six builders met 93 times from November 2016 to June 2017 to complete this project in 1,405 hours! We could not have done it without the help of all of our community builders. Thank you all!
Thank you Avon Department of Public Works for climbing the height to help us hang the plane.
And thank you to the Avon Education Foundation for generously funding this community project.