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Monday July 23, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Live Action Game Event!  
   

Escape from the Wizard's Tower!

Can you solve puzzles, cast spells, find the keys, and escape the room in one hour? Come join other kids, test your mental might, and enjoy a fun live action game event led by gamemaster Matt Donle from Wicked Fun Games.

For ages 10 & up. To register: 781-259-8455 X4

    Location: Tarbell Room

Tuesday July 24, 2018
   11:00 AM  -  11:45 AM Teddy Bear Picnic Storytime  
   

Bring your teddy bear, or any stuffed friend, for stories, songs, a snack and other surprises! Perfect for ages 2-6, but everyone is welcome.

    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:30 PM  -  9:00 PM Lincoln Library Trustees meeting  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday July 25, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   781-259-8465   
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.

 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Thursday July 26, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Drop-in Play!  
   

This is a time for babies, toddlers and twos with parents and caregivers to gather for free play. All toys will be provided by the library. Drop-in!

    Location: Tarbell Room
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Wingmasters: RAPTORS  
   

Birds of prey are also known as Raptors, which include hawks, falcons and owls. Raptors have the best eyesight and sharpest hearing in the animal kingdom!

In this presentation for all ages , Wingmasters will include 6 live birds and an overview of behavior, adaptations, and unique characteristics.

Drop in!

    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM FDR's America : Lecture war on two fronts  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Cosponsored by the Friends of the LincolnPublic Library & The Friends of the Lincoln  Council on  Aging.

Free and open to people of all ages.

This year marks the 80thy anniversary of Roosevelt's election to the Presidency. Join us for a 6 week lecture series on various aspects of the Roosevelt Presidency.  Gary Hylander, PhD.

visiting professor at Framingham State University and Boston University School of Education. A frequent lecturer at library forums, historical societies and professional organizations.

Session 6: War on Two Fronts



Location: Tarbell Room

    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday July 27, 2018
   10:30 AM  -  11:15 AM Ed Morgan Singalong!  
   

Summer Singalong with our Music Man, Ed Morgan! Babies, toddlers and preschoolers are invited to drop in.

Goldfish crackers will be served.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Saturday July 28, 2018
   11:00 AM  -  11:30 AM Munchkin Morning!  
   

Familes with young children are invited to join us to listen to some fun stories, learn some songs, and have juice and donuts (coffee for adults!). Stories are best for ages 2-6 but all are welcome. Drop in!

    Location: Children's Room

Monday July 30, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Mystery Monday Book Group  
    Contact: Laura Paryl   781 259 8465   lparyl@minlib.net
   

Maine-ly Mysteries:  The Body in the Birches by Katherine Hall Page.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Tuesday July 31, 2018
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Bonnie Duncan Puppet Show!  
   

GO HOME TINY MONSTER! a puppet show by renowned puppeteer Bonnie Duncan. After Sylvie and her family of handmade monsters experience a loss of epic proportions, the audience must help them find their way to a new home. GO HOME TINY MONSTER features puppetry, joyously absurb silliness, physical theater, and suprising poignancy.

For all ages

Drop in!

    Location: Tarbell Room
   1:00 PM  -  6:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday August 1, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  5:00 PM Minuteman Library Crawl 2018  
    Contact: lisa rothenberg   781-259-8465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

A “crawl,” or tour, is a fun way to visit multiple libraries in your area. You can travel from
library to library, meet the friendly staff and learn more about what the libraries around
have to offer! This is your passport to a day full of fun and adventure.
We have many different libraries on the crawl. The challenge is to visit as many as you can
and take a picture of yourself with a designated item in each library – it’s a 21st century
scavenger hunt! Then, please post your pics and tag the library.
If you get to at least 5 libraries, you’ll get a highly coveted prize (one prize per group).
Just show your pics to the librarians.
And, check out the Web App for it: http://minutemanlibrarycrawl.org/
Some libraries will have refreshments available for your long trek and all will have
information on hand so you can learn about the resources they provide.
All are welcome to participate – children, families, adults, everyone!
Start where you want, end where you want – it’s a self-guided crawl.

   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Summer Lego Club!  
   

We provide the legos, you provide the creativity! Ages 4 & up. Drop in!

    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Photoshare  
    Contact:    781-259-8465   
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Thursday August 2, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Drop-in Play!  
   

This is a time for babies, toddlers and twos with parents and caregivers to gather for free play. All toys will be provided by the library. Drop-in!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday August 3, 2018
   10:30 AM  -  12:30 PM Drive-in Movies and Muffins  
   

Children will make their "cars" out of boxes and then watch a film in their cars. Car-making supplies,
muffins, and juice provided. Ages 3+ Sign-up required.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday August 6, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Who picked this book? club  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katrina Bivald

When 28-year-old Sara Lindqvist arrives in Broken Wheel, Iowa, from Sweden, she receives some shocking news. Amy Harris, the elderly pen pal who invited Sara to visit her, has recently died. In fact, her funeral has just concluded. Sara and Amy had written letters to each other about their shared love of books and reading. Now that she's stranded in Broken Wheel, Sara moves into Amy's house and gets acquainted with her library. As Sara spends time in the down-on-its-luck town, she gets to know the people Amy had written about in her letters. And although Amy's friends don't know what to make of the newcomer at first, they eventually appreciate Sara's presence. Sara secures her place in the community when she opens a bookshop that gives Broken Wheel the boost it needs. First novel. 

 

Reading shouldn't be all hard work. Copies in various formats available at the Front Desk. New members and drop ins welcome.

 

 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Tuesday August 7, 2018
   11:00 AM  -  11:30 PM Crazy Hat Dance Party  
   

Don your party hat and get ready to rock! Families will groove to children's song, oldies, and a few pop favorites. Fun for ages 6 and under.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday August 8, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Classic Jazz at Lincoln Library  
   

 

 

    Location: Bemis Hall
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Thursday August 9, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Drop-in Play!  
   

This is a time for babies, toddlers and twos with parents and caregivers to gather for free play. All toys will be provided by the library. Drop-in!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Saturday August 11, 2018
   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Friends Book Sale  
    Contact: Lincoln Library   781-259-8465   
   

2nd Saturday of each month  At Bemis Hall 15 Bedford Road.Great selection of new and gently used books, cds & dvds. Donations accepted at Bemis Hall collection bins as you first walk into building.

 

    Location: Bemis Hall

Monday August 13, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:15 PM Songs from the American Songbook  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   
Celebrate summer at Lincoln Library with a musical performance from Songful Artists. Singer Heather Ferrari and pianist Alex Olsen will be presenting songs from the Great American Songbook as well as contemporary Broadway repertoire. Selections range from beautiful ballads to your favorite toe-tapping tunes.
Sponsored by The Friends of the Lincoln Public Library
 

 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday August 15, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Family Bingo!  
   

~~Come one, come all to play BINGO! Prizes! All ages welcome. No registration necessary.

    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Lincoln/Sudbury School Committee Chair Office Hours  
    Contact: Radha R. Gargeya     schoolcom@lsrhs.net
   

Radha R. Gargeya, Chair of the Lincoln/Sudbury School Committee, will be at the library to meet you and answer your questions.

    Location: LHR

Thursday August 16, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Drop-in Play!  
   

This is a time for babies, toddlers and twos with parents and caregivers to gather for free play. All toys will be provided by the library. Drop-in!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday August 17, 2018
   6:30 PM  -  6:30 PM Great Summer Sleepover!  
   

The Great Summer Sleepover is for children entering grades 4-7 who complete the Summer Reading Challenge. Please contact the library at 781-259-8465 x4 for more information. Sleepover begins at 6:30 on Friday and pick up is at 8am on Saturday.

    Location: Tarbell + Farrar Rms

Tuesday August 21, 2018
   11:00 AM  -  11:45 AM Fun with Boxes! Storytime  
   

 Enjoy stories about boxes, big and small, then create cool cardboard creations. Best for ages 2-6, but everyone is welcome.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday August 22, 2018
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Debbie and Friends Band  
   

From the high-energy opening song to the ecstatic ending, Debbie and Friends will rock out and get the kids singing and dancing. This band has been honored with 25 national awards including a 2011 Grammy award.

All ages. Drop in!

    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Thursday August 23, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Drop-in Play!  
   

This is a time for babies, toddlers and twos with parents and caregivers to gather for free play. All toys will be provided by the library. Drop-in!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday August 24, 2018
   10:30 AM  -  11:15 AM Ed Morgan Singalong!  
   

Summer Singalong with our Music Man, Ed Morgan! Babies, toddlers and preschoolers are invited to drop in.

Goldfish crackers will be served.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday August 27, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Mystery Monday Book Group  
    Contact: Laura Paryl   781 259 8465   lparyl@minlib.net
   

Maine-ly Mysteries: Shadows on the Coast of Maine by Lea Wait.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday September 5, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Photoshare  
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Saturday September 8, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room
   12:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Hamilton Raffle Drawing  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday September 10, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM LOMA Open Mike Night  
    Contact: Rich Eilbert     loma3re@gmail.com
   

featuring Rob Lytle 

 

Friends of the Lincoln Library & LOMA invite you to a live music & spoken word program featuring local talent.

  • Sound system suitable for individuals & small groups is provided.
  • Refreshments provided by FOLL.
    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday September 12, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Friends of the Lincoln Public Library  
    Contact: Barbara Myles   781-259-8465   
    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.Contact the Assistant Director Lisa Rothenberg for information

    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Classic Jazz  
    Location: Bemis Hall

Thursday September 13, 2018
   6:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Art opening Sudanese Artist reception  
    Contact: Susan Winship   781-424-8774   
    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday September 14, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome. Refreshments served!

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks 2011

In Caleb's Crossing, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Geraldine Brooks tells the story of the first Native American to receive a college degree from Harvard, as told through the eyes of a minister's daughter. It is 1665, and Bethia Mayfield comes of age in a small Great Harbor community, where she meets a local Native-American boy named Caleb. Both youngsters possess a passion for knowledge, and a string of fateful events leads Bethia more deeply into Caleb's orbit. She soon witnesses his acceptance to college and the limitations placed upon her own life as a woman yearning for education.

 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Saturday September 15, 2018
     Jazz jam  
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room
   1:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Jazz Jam  
   

bring your instrument and dance shoes! join us for a lively afternoon of jazz!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday September 19, 2018
   6:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Neurofeedback brain training at its' best  
    Contact: Paige Trask   781-449-9115   
   

FINALLY- A Drug Free Approach to cognitive health. Dr. Ross discusses a researched and effective method for achieving brain wellness and executive function success. Emotional control, initiation, working memory, planning, organization, and task completion are only a few areas that make up executive functioning.


Dr. Ross is a Licensed Psychologist and is an EEG Certified Senior Fellow of the Biofeedback Certification International Association.  She is a NeuroBehavioral Psychologist with extensive experience in Neurobiofeedback treatment, cognitive and behavioral therapy, and behavioral medicine. She received training in EEG assessment from Dr. K.H. Wong, of Children's Hospital Medical Center Boston and has an extensive background in the treatment of individuals with neuropsychiatric and neurobehavioral challenges.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Thursday September 20, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Permission to Pause Workshop  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

with Catherine Collins. 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Saturday September 22, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room
   1:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Bogleheads Meeting  
    Contact: Jerome Moisand     jmoisand@gmail.com
    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday September 24, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Mystery Monday Book Group  
    Contact: Laura Paryl   781 259 8465   lparyl@minlib.net
   

Maine-ly Mysteries: The Poacher's Son by Paul Doiron.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Tuesday September 25, 2018
   7:30 PM  -  9:00 PM Lincoln Library Trustees meeting  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday September 26, 2018
   7:00 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.Contact the Assistant Director Lisa Rothenberg for information

    Location: Tarbell Room

Thursday September 27, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Permission to Pause Workshop  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

with Catherine Collins. 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday September 28, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome Refreshments served!

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

Beloved by Toni Morrison 1987

After arriving in Ohio via the underground railroad, Sethe is followed by her former owner. She kills her two-year-old daughter rather than allow her to be returned to slavery. Her house is haunted by the baby's spirit, Beloved, who is driven out but returns as a young woman of twenty. Sethe becomes consumed with this spirit-made-flesh, and she deteriorates both physically and mentally. Denver, Sethe's living daughter, tries to provide for the family. The women of the community drive out the spirit, but it may be too late for Sethe.Books & Authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Saturday September 29, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday October 1, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Who picked this book? club  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

reading for the fun of it!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday October 3, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Photoshare  
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Saturday October 6, 2018
   2:00 PM  -  4:15 PM U.S. Supreme Court  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

The Supreme Court with Walter Bossert

Get a deeper understanding of the Court that has influenced almost every aspect of American life for over 200 years when Lincoln resident Walter Bossert presents “The Supreme Court.”   First you’ll watch a video by C-Span including interviews with 11 justices about the role, traditions, and history of the Court and a tour the Supreme Court building. 

Following the video, Mr. Bossert will discuss the Supreme Court case, Central Hudson v. PSC (1980), a seminal case on commercial freedom of speech. For that case, Mr. Bossert successfully organized and led a three man team for a favorable 8 to 1 decision, and was a co-author of the winning brief. Questions will be welcomed after the discussion. The program is co-sponsored by the COA and the Lincoln Public Library.

 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday October 10, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Friends of the Lincoln Public Library  
    Contact: Barbara Myles   781-259-8465   
    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.Contact the Assistant Director Lisa Rothenberg for information

    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Classic Jazz  
    Location: Bemis Hall

Friday October 12, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome Refreshments served!!

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

The Underground Railroad  by Colson Whitehead 2016

Cora didn't enjoy her enslaved life on a Georgia plantation, but she never imagined she would escape it. After the various abuses she suffers at the hands of her owner, Cora wonders if there is life beyond the fields. She meets a new slave, Caesar, who dreams of escaping slavery and living in the North, where slavery is illegal. When Caesar offers to take Cora with him to the mysterious Underground Railroad, she readily accepts. Although the real Underground Railroad was a system of safe houses that led to Northern safety, Caesar and Cora board a real underground train and ride the tracks to safety. However, the easy transportation does not guarantee easy travels. Both Cora and Caesar commit unspeakable acts on the way to freedom. Is their freedom worth the deaths of others? Is potential freedom even worth the struggle? Books & Authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Sunday October 14, 2018
   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Maria Callas with Erika Reitshammer  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Cecilia Sofia Anna Maria Kalogeropoulou (1923 – 1977) was born in New York City of Greek immigrant parents. As Maria Callas, she would become the most famous opera singer of her time and one of the most influential of all time. Perhaps one of the greatest sopranos of the 20th .Those of us who never heard her live must rely on the stories and on the incomparable recordings and rare videos.

 Erika Reitshamer returns to the Lincoln Library to present this wonderful program on the leading lady of the opera world. Erika is a  board member of the New England Opera Club, former Vice President of the Boston Wagner Society, noted lecturer in the greater Boston area and frequent traveler to the opera capitals of the world.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday October 15, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM LOMA Open Mike Night  
    Contact: Rich Eilbert     loma3re@gmail.com
   

featuring Eric Lee

 

Friends of the Lincoln Library & LOMA invite you to a live music & spoken word program featuring local talent.

  • Sound system suitable for individuals & small groups is provided.
  • Refreshments provided by FOLL.
    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday October 17, 2018
   11:30 AM  -  2:00 PM Women's Travel Group  
    Contact: Lynn Smith   781-259-3302   
   

Lincoln Women's Travel Group

    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Cabaret Night with Mary Crowe & Evelyn Harris  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Cabaret  originated in France in the 16th century ,expanded tp Germany and England in the 1930's and crossed the  pond to the US soon afterwards. Many were written by "classical "composers .We will  perform  cabaret songs by Poulenc, Britten, Bolcolm,  and Weill, as well as contemporary cabaret songwriters, Carole Hall, Harriet Goldberg and Mary Crowe.

 

 

MARY CROWE  (vocals) and EVELYN HARRIS (piano) are classically trained professional musicians who branched out into  cabaret and jazz repertoire in 2009 and have been performing together since then. They currently perform as a duo and with the Lincoln Hill Trio at  jazz clubs, performing art centers ,  senior retirement communities and libraries throughout the Boston area. Their latest CD of Mary's original songs "Rebound" was well reviewed in Metronome Magazine. Mary has been on the Voice Faculty of Indian Hill Music School for 20 years and Evelyn Harris teaches Suzuki piano from her studio in Lincoln.

 
Cabaret  originated in France in the 16th century ,expanded tp Germany and England in the 1930's and crossed the  pond to the US soon afterwards. Many were written by "classical "composers .We will  perform  cabaret songs by Poulenc, Britten, Bolcolm,  and Weill, as well as contemporary cabaret songwriters, Carole Hall, Harriet Goldberg and Mary Crowe.
 
MARY CROWE  (vocals) and EVELYN HARRIS (piano) are classically trained professional musicians who branched out into  cabaret and jazz repertoire in 2009 and have been performing together since then. They currently perform as a duo and with the Lincoln Hill Trio at  jazz clubs, performing art centers ,  senior retirement communities and libraries throughout the Boston area. Their latest CD of Mary's original songs "Rebound" was well reviewed in Metronome Magazine. Mary has been on the Voice Faculty of Indian Hill Music School for 20 years and Evelyn Harris teaches Suzuki piano from her studio in Lincoln. For more information and calendar of upcoming performances please visit www.marycrowesings.com
    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday October 22, 2018
   6:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Mystery Monday Book Group  
    Contact: Laura Paryl   781 259 8465   lparyl@minlib.net
   

Pot Luck and Movie Showing

    Location: Tarbell Room

Tuesday October 23, 2018
   7:30 PM  -  9:00 PM Lincoln Library Trustees meeting  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday October 24, 2018
   7:00 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.Contact the Assistant Director Lisa Rothenberg for information

    Location: Tarbell Room

Thursday October 25, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Saturday October 27, 2018
   2:00 PM  -  4:30 PM Amelia Earhart With Sheryl Faye  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   7812598465   
   

Amelia Earhart- Pioneer in Aviation

Amelia Earhart’s fearless, adventuresome spirit leads to hair-raising rides down her homemade roller coaster, and she is enthralled with thewonders of the new “flying machines” during a family vacation to the Iowa State Fair.

As she matures, she is fulfilled by her work as a nurse’s aide and begins to consider a career in medicine. This idea “flies out the window,” however, when she pays a pilot $1.00 to take her up for a short “hop” in his plane. From then on, the science of aviation becomes her passion as flying becomes her career.

Join Sheryl Faye as she returns to the Lincoln Library and brings Amelia Earhart back to life. Sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln Public Library
 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Sunday October 28, 2018
   3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM WWI Posters Talk & Reception with Jenifer Burckett-Picker  
   

Jenifer will give a brief talk on the display of WWI posters, reception in first floor link to follow.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday October 31, 2018
   3:00 PM  -  7:00 PM De-stress Wednesdays  
    Contact: Robin Rapport   17812598465   rrapoport@minlib.net
   

Feeling stressed? Stop by the Lincoln Library Reference Room and find your happy place again! We'll have coloring pages and jigsaw puzzles, along with many other serenity-inducing activities. Relax with us for a few minutes or a few hours, it's up to you! Ages 16 and up.

    Location: Reference Room

Friday November 2, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

 

New members & drop ins always welcome Refreshments served!

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen  2006

Jacob Jankowski is a student at Cornell University with a promising future in veterinary medicine. That all changes when his parents are killed in a car accident. Grieving and unable to pay his college tuition, Jacob leaves school and joins the Benzini Brothers Most Spectacular Show on Earth, a traveling circus. Jacob's job is to care for the animals in the circus menagerie, a task made more difficult by the abuses heaped upon the creatures by the circus's boss, August. Jacob forms a close relationship with an elephant, Rosie, whom he strives to protect from August. He also falls in love with August's lovely, abused wife Marlena. This atmospheric tale is based on actual circus stories and is documented with historical circus photographs.Books & Authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday November 5, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Who picked this book? club  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

reading for the fun of it!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday November 7, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Photoshare  
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Thursday November 8, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Amelia Earhart : The Local connection with Barbara Kerr  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Did you know that Amelia Earhart actually lived in the Boston Area? Join Medford Library Director Barbara Kerr as she speaks on Amelia Earhart's Boston years.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday November 14, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Friends of the Lincoln Public Library  
    Contact: Barbara Myles   781-259-8465   
    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.Contact the Assistant Director Lisa Rothenberg for information

    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Classic Jazz  
    Location: Bemis Hall

Thursday November 15, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday November 16, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome Refreshments served

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting

Rules of Civility by Amor Towles 2011

Rules of Civility is a dramatic historical novel from debut author Amor Towles. In 1938, 25-year old Katy Kontent and her best friend, Evelyn Ross, leave behind their small town for the bright lights of New York City. A chance meeting with a wealthy and handsome banker has Katy reconsidering her station in life. Eager for more of what life has to offer, Katy begins desperately trying to work her way up the social ladder. She leaves behind her secretarial job in search of a more promising career among Manhattan's elite, but as Katy infiltrates the top tier of New York's high society, she gets a firsthand glimpse at the manipulation, insecurity, and treachery that often guides the wealthy. First novel.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Saturday November 17, 2018
   1:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Jazz Jam  
   

bring your instrument and dance shoes! join us for a lively afternoon of jazz!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday November 19, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM LOMA Open Mike Night  
    Contact: Rich Eilbert     loma3re@gmail.com
   

featuring Kate Chadbourne

 

Friends of the Lincoln Library & LOMA invite you to a live music & spoken word program featuring local talent.

  • Sound system suitable for individuals & small groups is provided.
  • Refreshments provided by FOLL.
    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday November 26, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Mystery Monday Book Group  
    Contact: Laura Paryl   781 259 8465   lparyl@minlib.net
    Location: Tarbell Room

Tuesday November 27, 2018
   7:30 PM  -  9:00 PM Lincoln Library Trustees meeting  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday November 28, 2018
   3:00 PM  -  7:00 PM De-stress Wednesdays  
    Contact: Robin Rapport   17812598465   rrapoport@minlib.net
   

Feeling stressed? Stop by the Lincoln Library Reference Room and find your happy place again! We'll have coloring pages and jigsaw puzzles, along with many other serenity-inducing activities. Relax with us for a few minutes or a few hours, it's up to you! Ages 16 and up.

    Location: Reference Room
   7:00 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.Contact the Assistant Director Lisa Rothenberg for information

    Location: Tarbell Room

Thursday November 29, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Lincoln/Sudbury School Committee Chair Office Hours  
    Contact: Radha R. Gargeya     schoolcom@lsrhs.net
   

Radha R. Gargeya, Chair of the Lincoln/Sudbury School Committee, will be at the library to meet you and answer your questions.

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday December 3, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Who picked this book? club  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

reading for the fun of it!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday December 5, 2018
   7:00 PM Photoshare  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday December 7, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S & Great Britain

 

New members & drop ins always welcome Refreshments served!!

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

December 6 by Martin Cruz Smith 2002

American Harry Niles, a child of missionary parents, grows up in Japan and, as an outsider, has learned to live by his wits. The story takes place just before World War II and both the Americans and the Japanese believe Harry to be a spy for the other side. Harry is content to run his nightclub while trying to make sense of his relationships with the women in his life. However, as the war gets closer, Harry's boyhood enemies, who are in the Japanese military, are determined to eliminate him once and for all. Books & Authors
 
 
 

 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Sunday December 9, 2018
   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM After Emily: Book talk with Julie Dobrow  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Join Lincoln resident Julie Dobrow as she speaks on her newly published book  After Emily: Two Remarkable Women and the Legacy of America's Greatest Poet

After Emily is a mother/daughter biography of Mabel and her only child, Millicent Todd Bingham. This book tells the story of Mabel’s thirteen year-long love affair with Austin and how this relationship led her to the Emily Dickinson work that defined her career and her life.  

This event is co-sponsored with the Lincoln Historical Society.

 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday December 10, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM LOMA Open Mike Night  
    Contact: Rich Eilbert     loma3re@gmail.com
   

featuring Lara Herscovitch

 

Friends of the Lincoln Library & LOMA invite you to a live music & spoken word program featuring local talent.

  • Sound system suitable for individuals & small groups is provided.
  • Refreshments provided by FOLL.
    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday December 12, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Friends of the Lincoln Public Library  
    Contact: Barbara Myles   781-259-8465   
    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.Contact the Assistant Director Lisa Rothenberg for information

    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Classic Jazz  
    Location: Bemis Hall

Monday December 17, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Mystery Monday Book Group  
    Contact: Laura Paryl   781 259 8465   lparyl@minlib.net
    Location: Tarbell Room

Tuesday December 18, 2018
   7:30 PM  -  9:00 PM Lincoln Library Trustees meeting  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday December 21, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome. Refreshments served!

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

Brooklyn by Colm Toibin 2009

In Colm Toibin's Brooklyn, a rural Irish village is the only home Eilis Lacey has ever known. As a bright young woman, Eilis could easily get a job as secretary--if only there was any work available anywhere in the economically devastated country. With the assistance of her parish priest, Eilis decides to move to America, leaving behind her family and beloved hometown. Once settled in Brooklyn, New York, she lands a job at a department store and meets Tony, a charming Italian man who is smitten with the newly arrived Irish immigrant. As the two get to know one another, and Eilis finds herself warming to this big-hearted fellow, tragedy unfolds back in Ireland, and she must decide whether to stay in Brooklyn or return to her family. Books & Authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday December 26, 2018
   7:00 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.Contact the Assistant Director Lisa Rothenberg for information

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday January 2, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Photoshare  
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Sunday January 6, 2019
   1:30 PM  -  3:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday January 7, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Who picked this book? club  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

reading for the fun of it!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday January 9, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Friends of the Lincoln Public Library  
    Contact: Barbara Myles   781-259-8465   
    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:00 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.Contact the Assistant Director Lisa Rothenberg for information

    Location: Bemis Hall
   7:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Classic Jazz  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday January 11, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome Refreshments served

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien 1990

In these twenty-two recollections based on the author's platoon experience, the Vietnam War is replayed with horrifying reality. Every man who fights in Vietnam carries some military item, such as a grenade, an M-16, or C-rations. But they also carry revealing personal items: Lt. Cross has photographs of his girlfriend Martha with her letters; Kiowa always has his New Testament and a pair of moccasins, while Rat Kiley brings brandy and M & M's. Each man is different, each story is different, but together they add up to one hell of a war. Books &Authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday January 14, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM LOMA Open Mike Night  
    Contact: Rich Eilbert     loma3re@gmail.com
   

Friends of the Lincoln Library & LOMA invite you to a live music & spoken word program featuring local talent.

  • Sound system suitable for individuals & small groups is provided.
  • Refreshments provided by FOLL
    Location: Tarbell + Farrar Rms

Tuesday January 22, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Lincoln Garden Club Workshop  
    Contact: Marilyn Brandt   781-259-9823   marilynbrandt@msn.com
    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday January 23, 2019
   7:00 PM Write Stuff  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is the Lincoln Public Library's own writing critique group. Sharing, discussion with a moderator may improve your writing skills, and hone new ones.

Space is limited.Contact the Assistant Director Lisa Rothenberg for information

    Location: Tarbell Room

Sunday January 27, 2019
   1:30 PM  -  3:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday February 1, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome. Refreshments served!!

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

The Princes of Ireland by Edward Rutherfurd 2004

In this epic of Irish history, author Edward Rutherford begins with the story of Conall, a Celtic warrior, who wins the heart of the beautiful maiden Deirdre shortly before he is sacrificed to the Druid gods. Rutherford recreates pre-Christian Ireland, in all its tribal glory, and then moves on to retrace the major points of Irish history, well into the 16th century. Books & Authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Sunday February 3, 2019
   1:30 PM  -  3:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday February 4, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Who picked this book? club  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

reading for the fun of it!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday February 6, 2019
   7:00 PM Photoshare  
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Sunday February 10, 2019
   1:30 PM  -  3:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday February 11, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM LOMA Open Mike Night  
    Contact: Rich Eilbert     loma3re@gmail.com
   

Friends of the Lincoln Library & LOMA invite you to a live music & spoken word program featuring local talent.

  • Sound system suitable for individuals & small groups is provided.
  • Refreshments provided by FOLL
    Location: Tarbell + Farrar Rms

Wednesday February 13, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Friends of the Lincoln Public Library  
    Contact: Barbara Myles   781-259-8465   
    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Classic Jazz  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Sunday February 17, 2019
   1:30 PM  -  3:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday February 22, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome. Refreshments served!!

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

The Buried Giant by Ishiguro Kazuo 2015

Axl and Beatrice are an aged husband and wife who live in sixth-century England. Their country is no longer occupied by the Romans, and it is at the moment not engaged in war, but the peace is offset by the harsh living conditions England's peasants must endure. It is a dark place and time, populated with mythical warriors and monsters. Although Axl and Beatrice know that danger lies beyond their home, they decide to set out on a journey to their son's village. They haven't seen their son for a long time, and they seem to have almost forgotten him. As the husband and wife make their way through the countryside, they meet up with an assortment of characters who are on journeys of their own. Axl and Beatrice's quest prompts them to consider the past as well as the unknown future they face in the afterlife. Books & Authors

 

    Location: Tarbell Room

Sunday February 24, 2019
   1:30 PM  -  3:00 PM Room is unavailable  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday March 4, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Who picked this book? club  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

reading for the fun of it!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday March 6, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Photoshare  
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday March 11, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM LOMA Open Mike Night  
    Contact: Rich Eilbert     loma3re@gmail.com
   

Friends of the Lincoln Library & LOMA invite you to a live music & spoken word program featuring local talent.

  • Sound system suitable for individuals & small groups is provided.
  • Refreshments provided by FOLL
    Location: Tarbell + Farrar Rms

Wednesday March 13, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Friends of the Lincoln Public Library  
    Contact: Barbara Myles   781-259-8465   
    Location: Tarbell Room
   7:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Classic Jazz  
    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday March 15, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome Refreshments served

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

Wolf Hall by Hillary Mantel 2009

In Wolf Hall, Hilary Mantel tells the story of Thomas Cromwell, a bold opportunist who works his way through the ranks to become the trusted aid of King Henry VIII. As England erupts over Henry's plans to annul his longstanding marriage and wed Anne Boleyn, Cromwell keeps his sights set on the interest closest to his heart: the survival of England. Though his wheelings and dealings, Cromwell quells the public firestorm over the king's proposed divorce and marriage, all the while laying out a plan for a peaceful and successful kingdom. But working closely with the unpredictable Henry VIII is not an easy position--as Cromwell soon learns. Books & authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday March 29, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

 

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome refreshments served

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

The King's General by Daphne Du Maurier 1946

This is a fictionalized account of the Harris and Grenville families of Cornwall and their involvement in the English Civil War. The romance between Honor Harris and Sir Richard Grenville, the title character, is highlighted. Books & Authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday April 3, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Photoshare  
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday April 8, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM LOMA Open Mike Night  
    Contact: Rich Eilbert     loma3re@gmail.com
   

Friends of the Lincoln Library & LOMA invite you to a live music & spoken word program featuring local talent.

  • Sound system suitable for individuals & small groups is provided.
  • Refreshments provided by FOLL
    Location: Tarbell + Farrar Rms

Wednesday April 10, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Friends of the Lincoln Public Library  
    Contact: Barbara Myles   781-259-8465   
    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday April 12, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome refreshments served!

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting.

Master and Commander  by Patrick O'Brian 1969

In the first volume of the author's series on the naval adventures of Jack Aubrey and Stephen Maturin, the two meet as Aubrey receives his first command, the armed brig Sophie. Aboard is James Dillon, his first officer and an Irish rebel. Aubrey convinces Maturin, a sometime intelligence agent, to join him as his ship's surgeon. Aubrey is intent on making his reputation and gaining prizes. The action climaxes when the Sophie takes on the heavily gunned Spanish frigate Cacafuego. Books & Authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Friday April 26, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome refreshments served

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

Arthur and George by Julian Barnes. 2005

British novelist Julian Barnes brings late-Victorian England to life in this novel of one of its most famous figures. Arthur Conan Doyle is a former medical student who became famous, and infamous, for his short stories concerning a character named Sherlock Holmes. Meanwhile, George Edalji (also a real historical person) is a country lawyer struggling to make a living, but facing constant persecution due to his Indian heritage. When George is tried and convicted of the mutilation of animals, he sends the facts of the case to the famous writer. Arthur immediately sees that he cannot be guilty of the unspeakable acts. He sets himself the thankless task of clearing George's name. Books & Authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday May 1, 2019
   7:00 PM Photoshare  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday May 8, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Friends of the Lincoln Public Library  
    Contact: Barbara Myles   781-259-8465   
    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday May 13, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM LOMA Open Mike Night  
    Contact: Rich Eilbert     loma3re@gmail.com
   

Friends of the Lincoln Library & LOMA invite you to a live music & spoken word program featuring local talent.

  • Sound system suitable for individuals & small groups is provided.
  • Refreshments provided by FOLL
    Location: Tarbell + Farrar Rms

Friday May 17, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Friday Morning Book Group  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

Historical Fiction: The U.S. & Great Britain

New members & drop ins always welcome refreshments served

Copies in various formats available  2 weeks prior to meeting. 

11/22/63 by Stephen King 2011

11/22/63: A Novel is a suspenseful tale about time travel and American history from bestselling author Stephen King. On November 22, 1963, American history was altered forever when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. King creates a gripping tale imagining a world where JFK's murder could be avoided. Jake Epping is a 35-year old English teacher who supplements his income by teaching a GED course to adults. He's intrigued when he reads a paper including a first-hand account of a series of murders that took place 50 years ago. A short time later, Jake's friend, Al, reveals a shocking secret: he has a portal to 1958. Jake gets the idea to travel back in time and do what he can to thwart the assassination attempt and save the president's life. He soon finds himself plunged into the late 1950s, befriending a lonely Lee Harvey Oswald and falling in love with a school librarian. Books & Authors

    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday June 5, 2019
   7:00 PM Photoshare  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

This is a monthly photosharing workshop open to all. Bring your photos on a laptop, CD-ROM or USB flash drive and share them with the group or just come and watch the show!

    Location: Tarbell Room

Monday June 10, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM LOMA Open Mike Night  
    Contact: Rich Eilbert     loma3re@gmail.com
   

Friends of the Lincoln Library & LOMA invite you to a live music & spoken word program featuring local talent.

  • Sound system suitable for individuals & small groups is provided.
  • Refreshments provided by FOLL
    Location: Tarbell + Farrar Rms

Wednesday June 12, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  2:00 PM Friends of the Lincoln Public Library  
    Contact: Barbara Myles   781-259-8465   
    Location: Tarbell Room

Wednesday September 4, 2019
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Who picked this book? club  
    Contact: Lisa Rothenberg   17812598465   lrothenberg@minlib.net
   

reading for the fun of it!

    Location: LHR

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