December Book Groups

Join us

Friday, December 4th @ 12:30 pm at the

Oxford Senior Center

We will meet to discuss the book

A twenty-one-year-old woman searches for clues to her past while struggling with vague memories of being sent away by her parents at the age of seven, a younger sister, and a Christmas ornament inscribed with the word, “Noel.”

There are copies available at the first floor circulation desk.

This FREE program is open to all.

Join us

Wednesday, December 9th @ 6:30 pm

In the Library Meeting Room

We will meet to discuss the book

When struggling married couple Jaime and C.J. Fitzpatrick are blown into the home of Mattie and Sol Riehl during a winter storm, the two couples may help each other understand the true meaning of love on Christmas.

There are copies available at the first floor circulation desk.

This FREE program is open to all.

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Local Author

Meet Local Author Susan Lynn Pelletier

Saturday, December 12th at 1:00 pm

as she talks about her new book

Turning Point is an intimate look into one woman’s life.   It is a compelling tale of love, loss, joy and sorrow. Through her faith and courage Angelique overcomes many obstacles. In the end this strong and courageous woman’s love bonds five generations of family together.  Angelique seeks to reconcile the past so she can move forward with her future.   Her great-great-grandmother is aware that for her time is running out. The family all gather to listen to Varvara telling her story as she delivers a colorful history of events that spans over ten decades. Beginning with her birth in Russia, to her life on an estate in France, and finally to the present, living on the shores of Rhode Island.   Misquamicut Beach, which the author calls “her ocean”, is the setting for Turning Point.

Program to be held in the meeting room.

All are welcome.  Bring a friend!

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Food for Fines In November*


Now is the perfect time to bring back your summer reading books and other late materials!

For every non-perishable item brought in during the month of November,

we will WAIVE  $1 towards your overdue Oxford fines.**

**May not be used to pay for lost/replacement items.

**Items should be within the expiration date period

*Donations to benefit The Oxford Food Shelf

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See the Stars!


Backyard Astronomy with the new Library Telescope

This telescope is available for circulation to teachers, home school families, scout leaders and other interested patrons.   Check out some astronomy books and see the constellations!

This item was donated to the Oxford Library by Robbins Garden Center & Stove Shop and will be maintained by the Aldrich Astronomical Society, Inc. as part of their Adopt a Library Program.

We have several loaded Kindles!!!

It might be that you are waiting for that best seller to come available.   Why wait?  Did you know that we have Kindles to circulate that are loaded with popular titles?!  Check one out today at the Adult Circulation Desk.  You’ll find Children’s, Young Adult and Adult selections all together in one place.

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Friends of the Library

Support the Friends of the Library with your holiday shopping at Amazon!

If the above link does not work just cut and paste the following into your browser:

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Online Catalog

Where can I go to find out what books the library has? Just look at the Online Catalog. If you are looking for just kids book; take a look at the Kid’s Catalog.


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Oxford Memories

Interested in Local History; how about old town photos? If the answer is yes, then you would be interested in Oxford Memories. Oxford Memories is a digital collection of photographs from Oxford, Massachusetts, maintained by Earl Holmberg. You can learn more about Oxford History at our Local History page.

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