We all have a great
story or poem in us. The 2014
edition of Canton Writes, the
town-wide-all-ages writing contest starts now!! See the
flyer for rules. Get the
Submission Form! All entries are due by
April 1, 2014. Open to all Canton residents.
Film & Discussion: The Oscar
presents Academy Award nominated films:
Our public performance license prohibits
publicizing the titles on the web, but we trust you
will figure it out.
April 22 Based on a the best-selling
book about a young girl who uses books to cope and
help others cope with the the violence of war and
injustice surrounding her during World War II.
Starring Oscar Winner Geoffrey Rush and Oscar
Nominee Emily Watson.
May 6 Tom Hanks plays Walt Disney to Emma
Thompson's P.L.Travers, the author of Mary Poppins.
shown in the Community Room at 7:00pm. Short
discussion will follow.
In this unique literary and cultural event, South
African-born novelist Neville Frankel will
discuss and read from his newly published book,
Bloodlines, called "fierce and thrilling"
by Kirkus Indie Review. A book signing and dessert
reception to follow sponsored by the Friends of the
The Biography Book Club
In an Instant: a family's journey of love and
healing, by Bob Woodward May 12th,
in the Community Room
copies available at the main
The Open Book Coffeehouse
Saturday, May 17, 7:30 pm
Historical Wiki is
supported through the bequest of Mr. Edward Bolster, and is
predominantly the voluntary work of Mr. John Healey, a professional
archivist and Canton resident. Like the more famous
"Wikipedia" the Canton Historical Wiki is intended to grow
with the help of people willing to share their knowledge and
expertise... people like you who care about preserving the
memory of Canton's past. Whether you choose to become
a contributing editor, or just wish to learn more about
Canton's rich history, we hope that you will enjoy this resource.
latest service offering,
Ancestry.com is available
to patrons for use in the Library. It provides
genealogical information from over
covers the U.S.,
from sources that include census
Wireless internet (Wi-Fi)
is available in most areas of the Library with
expanded coverage now accessible on the lower, main, and second floor
You can print to our printer in the Reference Room at .15 cents per page
black and white or .50 cents per page color from your Windows or MAC portable. Go
to http://tinyurl.com/cplmaprint to print
via Wi-Fi in the Library.
is available in most areas of the Library.
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statewide pilot project.
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