Take me again, Dad!

Many of my favorite childhood memories involve fishing. It’s what I did to escape the daily turmoil of growing up in our tumultuous, single-parent household. I never caught a single fish worth bragging about. But fishing was safe.

A day in the life

Today looked like it was going to be a great day. A trouble-free day for hanging out; for taking what comes my way. I guess, given my lot in life, I should have known better.

Parks & Recreation

Junk in your Trunk Community Tag Sale: Saturday, May 14, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.Join us for our first-ever Junk in your Trunk Community Tag Sale.

(More) Shared Memories and (More) Lessons Learned

In February, I wrote about an interview with my daughter Ellie. I asked her questions on six topics: first fishing experience; largest fish; next bucket list fish; most fun; lessons learned; lessons taught. This month, I sat down with my son Gage and asked him the same questions.

Parks & Recreation

Summer Camp Registration is now open. Day Camp, Mission Adventure and a plethora of summer sports, enrichment, fitness and wellness camps for children of all ages just announced.

Browse & Borrow

Granby Public Library System

granby-ct.gov/library

860-844-5275

GranbyLibrary@granby-ct.gov

Main Branch Hours

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 10 a.m.–8 p.m.

Tuesday: 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Friday and Saturday: 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

Winter Sunday hours have ended

Cossitt Branch Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 3–8 p.m.

Registration is required for many of the library’s programs. To register, follow the links on the library’s website or call the library. To learn more about upcoming programs, sign up for the library’s monthly eNewsletter in person, on the website, or by phone.

Parks and Recreation

Day Camp, Mission Adventure and a plethora of summer sports, enrichment, fitness and wellness camps for children of all ages just announced!

Browse and Borrow

Registration is required for many of the library’s programs. To register, follow the links on the library’s website or call the library. To learn more about upcoming programs, sign up for the library’s monthly eNewsletter in person, on the website, or by phone.