Not just a library but a community center with many varied and interesting programs
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The design is a combination of modern and old fashion it just is not the library I used to know So Just go to the Bakery
Newly renovated-comfortable chairs for catching up on latest news. WI-FI almost always available. stop by in August and you're apt to see AT thru hikers catching up on their e-mails.
Excellent selection and very helpful staff The e library for Kindle is a welcome resource. salisbury had progably the first public library in the colonies
I grew up here during the summers in Salisbury, CT and a weekly trip to this library was always a special event. Noted as the first public free library in the United States, it might not be as big as the large city libraries that you are accustomed too, but the selection of latest books, periodicals, and newspaper is enough... More
This place was a surprising and delightful find. A local directed us to this library as a place for Internet access but we were stunned with what we encountered. The story of the library and its fascinating building dates back to the early 1800s. It is a charming place to visit. The red bookshelves hugging interesting architecture had us wishing... More
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