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Art, Antiques, and Collectibles Appraisal Day at the Library with Paul Royka Saturday, April 28, 10 am - 2:00 pm  

The important award-winning documentary film Under Our Skin about the epidemic of tick-borne Lyme Disease will be shown and moderated by Jamie Martin-Burch on Saturday, May 5th at 2:00 pm. 

Sisters in Crime
STEALING FROM THE DEAD: how crime and mystery writers unearth their ideas 
will be a panel discussion by three writers (Judy Copek, Hallie Ephron, and Clea Simon) from Sisters in Crime New England.    Wed. May 9th, 7:00-9:00pm.  Free.

The Canton Library's Film and Discussion Series  
Beginning our series of Oscar Nominated Films
Next Film
May 14, 7:00 pm
A film about inheritance set in Hawaii starring George Clooney
Our Public Performance License prohibits us from publicly advertising the title. 
For advance notices sign up for the Film and Discussion Club on our newsletter subscription page or visit the library.

Open Book Coffeehouse
Jazz Echo
this Boston jazz quintet will play standards and originals.
With special appearance by Canton jazz quintet Chuck

Sat, May 19, 7:30 pm 
$12 -  $6 students

Congratulations to 2012 Canton Writes Winners!

The 2012 edition of the Canton Writes Anthology is now available from Mary Jane Mangan.  Watch this space for times when Mary Jane will be available at the Library.

The Canton Public Library accepts U.S. Passport applications by appointment (Call 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 good for 10 years (or 5 years if issued to prior to the 16th birthday).  Plan ahead when traveling abroad: allow six weeks for processing your passport to avoid expediting fees.

Wi-Fi is available from most areas in the Library.  

Fall/Winter Hours
after Labor Day
Mon 1:00p-9:00p
Closed Sun

Children's Library closes 5:30p Tuesdays


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Reserve discount  passes to museums  and area attractions

 Interactive achieve-ment and licensing practice tests, skills building, including Computer Skills

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