Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening

Ribbon Cutting

Friday, Nov 5 at 10am

Open House Friday

Friday, Nov 5, 5-8pm

Saturday, Nov 6, 11am-4pm

Story Walk

November 3 - 11

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Grand opening celebration schedule:

 

Friday, November 5

  • 10am Ribbon Cutting ceremony 

  • 1pm - 2:30pm Seniors are invited to tour the new building.

  • 5pm - 8pm Open House featuring Kelly’s Music and More, young adult activities, and local history Q&A.

  • 5pm - 7pm Crafts in the Children’s craft room

  • 5:30pm Storytime with readers Susan Harvey and Kris Hevenor in the Children’s room

  • 6:30 Harry Potter Trivia in the Young Adult room

 

Saturday, November 6

  • 11am - 4pm Open House featuring music from Kelly’s Music and More, Book End Painting in the Young Adult room, and local history Q&A. The Friends of the RHL will provide cookies and beverages on the patio.

  • 11:30am Storytime with readers Officer O'Donoghue and Mary Lee Donovan in the Children’s room

  • 12pm Ceremonial Book Brigade in the parking lot

  • 1pm Storytime with readers Michelle Barth and Jim Cahill in the Children’s room

  • 2pm Magic show with Mike Bent in the community meeting room

  • 3pm Candy Bar Bingo in the Young Adult room

 

Per the Littleton Board of Health regulation, face coverings that cover the nose and mouth are required inside the library for all persons aged 2 years or older, regardless of vaccination status. Disposable masks will be available at the library.

 

Story Walk, November 3 - 11

Starting Wednesday, November 3 through Thursday, November 11, a Story Walk featuring the book “A Hundred Thousand Welcomes” by local author Mary Lee Donovan will be set up on the path between the Russell Street School and Shattuck Street. The guest book and commemorative book plates will also be available at the library before and after the opening events.

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Fundraising tops $1 Million!

We are excited to announce that, thanks to the generous support of 489 local residents and businesses, we have exceeded our $1 million fundraising goal for the construction of Littleton’s first stand-alone, purpose built library building!  Thank you to all who helped us to meet this important milestone.

Donations

The Library Trustees and Friends of the RHL are fundraising to offset the cost to the taxpayers of Littleton

5 Reasons to Build a New Littleton Library

Accessibility for Everyone

Everyone deserves equal access to the library. Although the library has made as many accommodations as possible, the size and layout of the building simply prevents truly equal access to all. 

Dedicated Young Adult area and increased Children's Room space

The new library will provide young adults with their own dedicated room to study and socialize in a safe environment. The expanded children's area will include a craft and storytime area to allow expansion of Children's programming.

Public Meeting Space

Additional public meeting spaces will provide the town with much-needed space for large and small groups.

LEED-certified green building

Building a green building is not just a good idea, it will save the town money on energy costs and qualify the project for additional grant funding.

Study and work spaces

The additional of quiet study and work spaces will benefit students as well as remote workers.

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