Old-style library set to reel in readers, anglers

Boston Globe – “After shutting its doors some 65 years ago, the Spinney Memorial Library is set to reopen in a couple of weeks, offering summer and year-round residents Internet access and books on just about every subject imaginable. The fully refurbished Victorian cottage, which now sports a sizable addition, will initially operate just as its pre-World War II predecessor did: as a book swap, maintained by the nonprofit Friends of the Wareham Free Library and staffed by volunteers.”

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