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What's New at the Library
MIL Stitchers: Stitching for Peace
November 14, 2013
Morse Institute Library Stitchers (MIL Stitchers) is a service-oriented knitting and crocheting group that meets one Saturday a month, working collaboratively creating handmade items for various nonprofit organizations. Our next meeting is Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 11 AM.
Since the the story of Sadako and the one thousand peace cranes, the crane has become a universal symbol of peace. The MIL Stitchers invite you to knit or crochet a crane or two for our New Year project, Stitching for Peace. Our goal is to have peace cranes made by Natick residents displayed in the library as a symbol of hope for peace in the new year.
If you would like to participate by making a crane, please pick up a pattern and yarn at the library, stitch your crane, and return it to the library circulation desk by December 15th. On the last week of December 2013, we will display the cranes as a group.
For more information, please contact Karen at 508-647-6520 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Fran at email@example.com.
Purchase the 2014 Oldtown Calendar
November 13, 2013
Looking for the 2014 Oldtown Calendar? You can purchase it at the first floor Circulation Desk.
Enjoy beautiful images from local photographers, compiled from the winners of the annual Oldtown Photo Calendar Competition.
$5 from your $15 purchase supports the library.
Share Your Feedback: Take Our Survey!
November 6, 2013
Share your experiences as a Morse Institute Library patron–take our online patron satisfaction survey. Your feedback will help us to better understand the needs in our community and identify areas where we can improve services.
Thank you for helping us make the library even better!
Explore our new Digital Collection portal!
July 23, 2013
Check out our new Digital Collection section on this website!
In addition to eBooks, it's now easy to browse our collection of subscription databases and librarian-recommended websites by topic.
We have resources for you whether you're job hunting, researching a topic, learning a language, buying a new car, or just want to read news and magazine articles without ads. Most of our databases are available anywhere with your Natick library card.
If you have questions about using databases or finding information online, ask a librarian.
Research and Learn Anywhere with World Book Online
May 22, 2013
We now offer access to World Book Online, an all-ages online encyclopedia for research and learning. You can search encyclopedia and journal articles, videos, audio clips, maps, and 3-D views. Access World Book Online in the library or at home with your Natick library card.
Questions? Ask a librarian.