JJoin one or more of our
exciting new Book Clubs!
Politics and Pasta
by Vincent "Buddy" Cianci
Mon Oct 13,
in the Conference Room
by Thomas H. Cook
Mon Oct 20, 7:00-8:00pm
in the Community Room
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian
Tue, Sep 23,
in the Teen Area
CPL welcomes author Elizabeth Elo to
Tues. Sept 30, 7:00pm in the Community
North of Boston is listed
among Booklist's Year’s Best
Crime Novels 2014. Library
Journal picks North of Boston as one
of “Spring’s Best Debuts”
Historical Wiki is supported with 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
|| 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
The Canton Public Library accepts
U.S. Passport applications by appointment.
(Please call 781-821-5027). Four members of our
staff are trained passport agents.
Applicants should visit:
to understand their particular requirements prior to calling for an appointment.
Passports are valid for 10 years (or 5 years if issued prior to the 16th
birthday). Plan ahead when traveling abroad: allow six weeks for processing your
passport to avoid the $60 expediting fee.
Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)
is available throughout the Library. Print
to our Print Release Station in the Reference Room via Wi-Fi from your Windows
or MAC laptop. Go to:
Book's 9th season
2014/15 schedule is now available!
The Open Book Coffeehouse
Sat., October 18, 7:30p
Special Events Door open at 6:45p
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Library closes 5:30p on Tuesdays)
to your mp3 player
& E-reader (Kindle, Nook, SonyReader)
More eBooks from the Mass. Library
statewide pilot project.
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