Prepare for an AMAZiNG Week!

On Tuesday, June 25, Tim Duerden will discuss his book on famed photographer Lewis Hines. 6:30pm.

On Wednesday, June 26, we’ll be showing the film “Chasing the Moon,” which “recasts the space age as a fascinating stew of scientific innovation, political calculation, media spectacle, visionary impulses and personal drama.” 3pm.

On Thursday, June 27, author David Covell will attend our 10:30 children’s program to read his picture book, “Run Wild.” Our Thursday lunch program follows the program.

And at 10:30 on Friday, June 28, take a literary hike! Meet library guides in the Lutheran church parking lot on Route 28 just outside of the village to hike up the mountain reminiscent of the mountain in the novel “My Side of the Mountain.” Actors along the trail will be acting out scenes from the book–theater on foot!

To help keep this all straight, drop in at the library to pick up a copy of our Summer Reading Program brochure.

Stop in to pick up a Summer Reading Program Schedule

Programs and Events Galore!

Mr. Henry Cannon, a progressive benefactor born in Delhi in 1850, began his career at the Delaware National Bank of Delhi. Mr. Cannon founded two banks in Minnesota and was later appointed Comptroller of the Currency by President Arthur in 1884.

Almost a century later, our library is still supported by the Cannons. We do not receive any local tax dollars and we are delighted to continue the Cannon Legacy of service to the community.

We are open 4 days a week from April to October and open for a from 10:00-1:00 on Saturdays in the winter (November through March).

To learn more about our lending/borrowing policies, click here. 

To find out more about our free programs, click here.

To see the resources we offer, click here.

Click on the following link to print out an application for a Cannon Free Library Card:  Library Card Application.

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