UNDER OUR SKIN 2: EMERGENCE
This dramatic documentary takes the viewer on a journey from horror to hope. We witness the emerging epidemic of Lyme disease as infection and education spread globally.
Come to a free screening of this documentary.
To be shown at the
Oxford Public Library
Basement Meeting Room
Saturday, November 8th at 10:00 am
Q&A About Lyme Disease to follow the showing of the documentary.
This free event is sponsored by
S.L.A.M. (Sturbridge Lyme Awareness of MA) and the Oxford Free Public Library
Did you know that the library holds a monthly book group at the Oxford Senior Center? Like talking about books?
Come to the next meeting of the book group
Friday, November 7th at 12:30 to discuss the book
MARCH by Geraldine Brooks
This is a free Program. There are free copies available at the Oxford Public Library 1st floor circulation desk.
SATURDAY BOOK GROUP MEETING
COME TO THE OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY on Saturday, October 25th at 11:00 am
to discuss the book
UNTIL TUESDAY by LUIS CARLOS MONTALVAN
Copies of the book are available at the 1st floor circulation desk of the Oxford Public Library.
Captain Luis Carlos Montalvan will be appearing at the Bay Path Vocational High School on October 7th. Meet the author and Tuesday.
This month’s discussion will be on the book,
LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS by M.L. Stedman
on Wednesday, October 8th @ 6:30 pm in the
Library Reading Room
Come journey with us as we talk about the book that takes us “through the most gruesomely polluted places on Earth.”
Saturday, September 27th @ 11:00 am
in the Oxford Library Reading Room
The Oxford Public Library now has access to Ancestry Library Edition, as well as HeritageQuest. Both Ancestry and HeritageQuest are common tools in researching one’s family history. Ancestry is accessible only at the library on any of the 16 public computers that we have.You don’t have to make an appointment to use Ancestry, however if you would like a staff member to help you with it, you may call ahead and request an appointment. One can access the database by using the link below.
HeritageQuest is currently only accessible in the library, but will soon be usable on your home computer. Simply use the link below and begin searching! HeritageQuest has access to Periodicals, Books, and different records that Ancestry does not supply that may pertain to your family history!
For more information call the Adult Circulation desk at (508)987-6003 x221.
You can also find the links under our “Local History and Ancestry” tab on the upper menu.
Documents of Company E, 15th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers are now available on-line in a fully searchable, and browsable database.
Just visit our Databases & Resources page and scroll down until you find the correct database!