All book groups are cancelled until further notice.
This April we again have two very exciting books to talk about in our book groups here at the library.
The Wednesday Night Book Group will meet on Wednesday, April 9th at 6:30 pm in the Oxford Public Library Reading Room. We will be discussing the book
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Harper Lee.
The Saturday Book Group will meet on Saturday, April 26th at 11:00 am in the Oxford Public Library Reading Room to discuss the book WHEN THE EMPEROR WAS DIVINE by Julie Otsuka.
There are copies of both these book selections at the 1st floor circulation desk.
All are welcome to this FREE program.
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!
THE OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY with SHIV VERMA
Saturday, April 5 at 9:30-5:00 – Beginner/Intermediate Level
Saturday, April 12 at 9:30-5:00 – Advanced Level
This workshop is FREE and open to all.
Sign-up is required; limit 20 students per session. Please sign-up for each workshop.
Many of you are already aware that the Oxford Public Library recently acquired passes to Old Sturbridge Village. Did you know that we have a brand-new pass at the library?
The Worcester Historical Museum has donated two passes to the Oxford library. Call the Oxford Public Library at 508-987-6003 or stop by the 1st floor circulation desk to reserve a pass.
Check out our Museum Passes page for a complete list of passes.
How to print from a Windows Laptops. (You must use Internet Explorer to set up the printer on your device.)
1. Access the webpage: http://oxth-lib-dc.oxfordlibrary.local/printers
2. Select the 1st or 2nd floor printer. (Depending on which floor you are on.)
3. Click the “Connect” button.
This will install the selected printer.
If the “Connect” button does not appear on the webpage you may need to click on compatibility view.
How to print in Apple Products
You can print from the Apple applications, such as Mail, Safari, Photos, Camera, Maps, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Filemaker Go, and so on. Apps available from the App Store may also offer this feature.
To print, follow these steps:
1. Tap or , which are at the bottom of your screen.
2. Tap , the printer icon.
3. Choose your printer, it is called 1st or 2nd floor printer, the number of copies you want, and then tap Print.
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