The Latest Word Newsletter: Weston Public Library
Okay folks, I need to go do some forest-y stuff, so last post. I was closing my computer when the Latest Word, the Weston Public Library’s newsletter hit the inbox and along with it lots of book-y stuff and workshop notifications. And a reminder that the library has many in-print magazines for those of us who like to read our print media in paper form (yes, I still pay 7 billion dollars to get my printed New Yorker).
But the saddest part of the Latest Word–all the abandoned little friends at the library. Yes, I am talking about stuffies. And water bottles and coats and hats and STUFF. Go get it, Weston:
The lost and found is FULL
We are getting buried under piles of kids’ jackets, water bottles, stuffed animal friends (pictured above, sad and lonely), and all sorts of other clothing items. In an effort to help reunite owners with their lost items, we have placed our lost and found buckets near the entrance of the Youth Services department in the Rotunda. Please take a look next time you pop in.
Small and more valuable items like jewelry, keys, eyeglasses, etc. are still behind the Circulation Desk; just ask if you have misplaced something.
We haven’t cleaned out the lost and found in a LONG TIME, so even if you think you’re too late, you’re probably not.
Don’t forget to sign up for the Latest Word here: https://www.weston.org/1753/The-Latest-Word-Newsletter