The Pom Poms are piling up! Have you added to the colorful display? If not, here's how you can get a Pom Pom:

  • Purple Pom Poms are given out at all library programs.
  • Red Pom Poms are given out for talking with a librarian about a book you have read, a movie you have watched or for doing something library related.
  • Orange Pom Poms are given out for activities in the library like working on the puzzle or taking a selfie with Thorndyke. 

Let's fill the case together! 

Questions? See any library staff member for help.

The Canton Public Library invites you to sip lemonade and get to know your neighbors on Canton's Front Porch. This summer we hope to capture the summertime tradition of the front porch, a place to relax and connect with your neighbors, by transforming the front of the library into a giant front porch.  Our community is stronger when we meet and know one another, so stop by to rock, relax and enjoy conversation with fellow community members.

Ice cold lemonade will be served (while supplies last) during scheduled dates and times. Be sure to stop by to enjoy Canton Public Library's hospitality.

Pinterest Live: Summer Camp Edition

Looking to have fun with your neighbors during the Best 62 Days of Summer? Check out our Pinterest board for all things summer camp related and then come to the library to try out our favorite pins! We will be crafting and snacking together in our own version of summer camp!

 

Adults 18 and older are welcome to register and attend. Registration will begin June 21.

Upcoming sessions

Tuesday, July 31 - 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Community Room

On April 10 we celebrated the 2018 Canton Book Project Book Givers. Each year, this project invites people to share their love of reading by giving out books to people in the community who, for whatever reason, don’t read for pleasure or own books. This year's selected titles are as follows:

“Truman” by David McCullough, chosen by Mike Simowski

“Frederick” by Leo Lionni, chosen by Cecilia Escobar

“In a Dark, Dark Wood” by Ruth Ware, chosen by Natalie Blasius

“The Sparrow” by Mary Doria Russell, chosen by Meg Halstead

“The Tao Te Ching” by Lao Tzu, chosen by Ryan M. Place

“Landscaping with Native Plants” by Lynn M. Steiner, chosen by Charisse Nilles

“Emotional Intelligence” by Daniel Goleman, chosen by Tina Flint

“Living Fearlessly” by Paramahansa Yogananda, chosen by Julie Kulp

“Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End” by Atul Gawande, chosen by Sharon Holcomb

Congratulations 2018 Canton Book Project Book Givers!

Hearing Loss: Myths & Facts

Join Laura Rickey-Murray, Doctor of Audiology, for a mythbusting presentation about hearing loss and tinnitus (that ringing in your ears).  At the end of this session, you will understand the different types of hearing loss, causes of hearing loss, treatment options and exactly what an audiologist does.  There will be time to ask any questions you may have at the end of this informative presentation.  This session will include demonstrations, information to take home and some refreshments.

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

Celebrate Elvis Week with Tribute Artist Colin Dexter

Fans from around the world will gather at Graceland in Memphis to celebrate and honor the life of Elvis Presley during Elvis Week 2018. Can't make it to Memphis? No problem? We have decided to celebrate here in Canton as well. Join us for this local tribute to the King of Rock and Roll on August 14, when we welcome local tribute artist, Colin Dexter. 
 

Upcoming sessions

Tuesday, August 14 - 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Community Room

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