The Towers Library opened its doors way back in 1986 to provide a quiet refuge from hectic life elsewhere. It’s proved to be a popular amenity for residents of all ages, as well as an attractive plus for potential buyers. Everyone is welcome: to browse, borrow, write, or study. It’s open from five in the morning to midnight. Wi-Fi is available.
By now the Library contains over one thousand and fifty volumes. Novels and mysteries/thrillers are by far the most popular. But the library also has substantial holdings in history, biography and memoirs, non-fiction, short stories, health, classics, plays, poetry, travel and humor (we could use more there!)). And we have books for children.
We rely entirely on donations to replenish our collections, which are culled regularly by our dedicated Library Committee, whose members rotate weekly to keep things in order. And we rely on the honor system to keep our stock well supplied (alas, our multi-volume set of Shakespeare plays is long overdue).
We love to see residents using our library, and plan to continue offering an up-do-date facility for everyone. The Library is for reading, study and quiet conversations. Food and beverages are not permitted in the Library. While a few private and public events are held in the Library (reserved through the office at 686-7306), we try to leave the library as an open access resource for the community. Please be considerate of other Library users.
The Library is located across from the Fitness Room and next to the Community Room on the first floor of the West Building.