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Wednesday May 23, 2018
   6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Classics Book Club  
    Contact: Jessica Magill   603-969-3207   jessicammagill@hotmail.com
   

Scarlet Letter cover with a fancy script

The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Hester Prynne is ostracized from her seventeenth-century Puritan community for refusing to name the father of her child, the product of an adulterous relationship. Copies of the book will be available at the Front Desk, or you may request the book.

This monthly classics book discussion is facilitated by Jessica Magill.

    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday May 29, 2018
   6:00 PM  -  7:00 PM Cookbook Club  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Cooking with Italian Grandmothers

We're reading and cooking from Cooking with Italian Grandmothers by Jessica Theroux. Copies of the book will be available at the Front Desk. Pick a recipe and let us know what you're bringing by May 25 so we do not duplicate recipes. Sign up is required.

The Cookbook Club meets every other month on the final Tuesday of the month. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday June 5, 2018
   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM Booked for Lunch  
    Contact: Karen Demers   413-596-6141   karendemers@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Celine
Celine, by Peter Heller

From the best-selling author of The Dog Stars and The Painter, a luminous, spine-tingling novel of suspense--the story of Celine, an elegant, aristocratic private eye who specializes in reuniting families, trying to make amends for a loss in her own past.

Click here to check the catalog and place a hold.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Library Director Karen Demers. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday June 20, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Evening Book Discussion  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

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The Heart of the Matter, by Graham Greene

An assistant police commissioner in a West African coastal town lets passion overrule his honor.

Request the book.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Assistant Director Mary Bell. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Monday June 25, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  9:00 PM Film Movement Series  
   

This month's movie is "Amour Fou," a German film about Heinrich, a young poet in Romantic Era Berlin who wants to end it all -- and find a woman to join him in his predetermined departure. Henrietta finds his offer intriguing, if a bit strange.

    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday June 26, 2018
   10:00 AM  -  11:00 AM Volunteer Orientation  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

New volunteers and those returning for a refresher are invited to an orientation to learn where things go in the library and sign up for volunteer slots for Summer 2018!

Ages 14+

    Location: Brooks Room
   6:00 PM  -  7:00 PM Learn to Play the Ukulele  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Julie Stepanek will teach adults the basics of playing the ukulele, including a few chords that can be used to play a variety of songs. No experience necessary! Julie will provide 20 ukuleles, or you can bring your own.

This program is sponsored in part by a grant from the Wilbraham Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and by the Friends of the Library.

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday June 27, 2018
   6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Classics Book Club  
    Contact: Jessica Magill   603-969-3207   jessicammagill@hotmail.com
   

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A Doll's House by Henry Ibsen

One of the best-known, most frequently performed of modern plays, A Doll's House richly displays the genius with which Henrik Ibsen pioneered modern, realisti c prose drama. In the central character of Nora, Ibsen epitomized the human struggle against the humiliating constraints of social conformity. Nora's ultimate rejection of a smothering marriage and life in "a doll's house" shocked theatergoers of the late 1800s and opened new horizons for playwrights and their audiences.But daring social themes are only one aspect of Ibsen's power as a dramatist. A Doll's House shows as well his gifts for creating realistic dialogue, a suspenseful flow of events and, above all, psychologically penetrating characterizations that make the struggles of his dramatic personages utterly convincing. Here is a deeply absorbing play as readable as it is eminently playable, reprinted from an authoritative translation. Copies of the book will be available at the Front Desk, or you may request the book.

This monthly classics book discussion is facilitated by Jessica Magill.

 

    Location: Brooks Room

Saturday June 30, 2018
   1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Volunteer Orientation  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

New volunteers and those returning for a refresher are invited to an orientation to learn where things go in the library and sign up for volunteer slots for Summer 2018!

Ages 14+

    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday July 3, 2018
   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM Booked for Lunch  
    Contact: Karen Demers   413-596-6141   karendemers@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

A Good American
A Good American, by Alex George

The Meisenheimer family struggles to find their place among the colorful residents of their new American hometown, including a giant teenage boy, a pretty schoolteacher whose lessons consist of more than music, and a spiteful, bicycle-riding dwarf.

Click here to check the catalog and place a hold.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Library Director Karen Demers. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday July 17, 2018
   6:00 PM  -  7:30 PM Hungrytown Concert  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

After more than a decade of world-wide touring and three album releases, Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson--otherwise known as the folk duo Hungrytown--have earned a reputation for the quality and authenticity of their songwriting. Lyricist Rebecca Hall is credited with compositions “that sound as timeless as any traditional songs” (Northern Sky, UK) while producer/multi-instrumentalist/husband Ken Anderson is lauded for his “remarkable affinity for instrumental embellishment” (No Depression) and for crafting Hungrytown’s “gorgeous vocal harmonies” (Folk and Roots, UK).

They released their first CD, Hungrytown, in 2008; Any Forgotten Thing in 2011; and Further West in 2015. The couple continue to spend more than half of each year on the road, especially roads in North America, Europe and New Zealand. Hungrytown's music has received extensive radio airplay worldwide and has appeared on several television shows, including Comedy Central's The Daily Show, IFC's Portlandia and Netflix's Lady Dynamite. For more information, check out their website.

This program is sponsored in part by a grant from the Wilbraham Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and by the Friends of the Library.

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday July 18, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Evening Book Discussion  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

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Prodigal Summer, by Barbara Kingsolver

Wildlife biologist Deanna is caught off guard by an intrusive young hunter, while bookish city wife Lusa finds herself facing a difficult identity choice, and elderly neighbors find attraction at the height of a long-standing feud.

Request the book.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Assistant Director Mary Bell. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday July 25, 2018
   6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Classics Book Club  
    Contact: Jessica Magill   603-969-3207   jessicammagill@hotmail.com
   

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Copies of the book will be available at the Front Desk, or you may request the book

This monthly classics book discussion is facilitated by Jessica Magill.

    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday July 31, 2018
   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Morning Star Graphic Art Show dismantle  
    Contact: Roger Duffy   4133234992   
    Location: Brooks Room
   6:00 PM  -  7:00 PM Cookbook Club  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

New England Open House Cookbook

We're reading and cooking from New England Open House Cookbook by Sarah Leah Chase. Copies of the book will be available at the Front Desk. Pick a recipe and let us know what you're bringing by July25 so we do not duplicate recipes. Sign up is required.

The Cookbook Club meets every other month on the final Tuesday of the month. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday August 7, 2018
   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM Booked for Lunch  
    Contact: Karen Demers   413-596-6141   karendemers@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

The Astronaut Wives Club
The Astronaut Wives Club, by Lily Koppel

As America's Mercury Seven astronauts were launched on death-defying missions, television cameras focused on the brave smiles of their young wives. Overnight, these women were transformed from military spouses into American royalty. They had tea with Jackie Kennedy, appeared on the cover of Life magazine, and quickly grew into fashion icons. Annie Glenn, with her picture-perfect marriage, was the envy of the other wives; platinum-blonde Rene Carpenter was proclaimed JFK's favorite; and licensed pilot Trudy Cooper arrived on base with a secret. Together with the other wives they formed the Astronaut Wives Club, meeting regularly to provide support and friendship. Many became next-door neighbors and helped to raise each other's children by day, while going to glam parties at night. As their celebrity rose-and as divorce and tragic death began to touch their lives-they continued to rally together, and the wives have now been friends for more than fifty years.

Click here to check the catalog and place a hold.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Library Director Karen Demers. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Saturday August 11, 2018
   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM Great American Masters of Song - Skylarkz performance  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday August 15, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Evening Book Discussion  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

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Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail, by Cheryl Strayed

A powerful, blazingly honest, inspiring memoir: the story of a 1,100 mile solo hike that broke down a young woman reeling from catastrophe--and built her back up again.

Request the book.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Assistant Director Mary Bell. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday August 22, 2018
   6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Classics Book Club  
    Contact: Jessica Magill   603-969-3207   jessicammagill@hotmail.com
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday August 29, 2018
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Room Booked  
    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday September 4, 2018
   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM Booked for Lunch  
    Contact: Karen Demers   413-596-6141   karendemers@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

The Light Between Oceans
The Light Between Oceans, by M.L. Stedman

A novel set on a remote Australian island, where a childless couple live quietly running a lighthouse, until a boat carrying a baby washes ashore.

Click here to check the catalog and place a hold.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Library Director Karen Demers. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday September 12, 2018
   6:00 PM  -  7:00 PM Room Booked  
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday September 19, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Evening Book Discussion  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

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The Girl Who Fell from the Sky, by Heidi Durrow

After a family tragedy orphans her, Rachel, the daughter of a Danish mother and a black G.I., moves into her grandmother's mostly black community in the 1980s, where she must swallow her grief and confront her identity as a biracial woman in a world that wants to see her as either black or white.

Request the book.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Assistant Director Mary Bell. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday September 25, 2018
   6:00 PM  -  7:00 PM Cookbook Club  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Around My French Table

We're reading and cooking from Around My French Table by Dorie Greenspan. Copies of the book will be available at the Front Desk. Pick a recipe and let us know what you're bringing by September 20 so we do not duplicate recipes. Sign up is required.

The Cookbook Club meets every other month on the final Tuesday of the month. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday September 26, 2018
   6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Classics Book Club  
    Contact: Jessica Magill   603-969-3207   jessicammagill@hotmail.com
    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday October 9, 2018
   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM Booked for Lunch  
    Contact: Karen Demers   413-596-6141   karendemers@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands
Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands, by Chris Bohjalian

Living in an igloo of ice and trash bags half a year after a cataclysmic nuclear disaster, Emily, convinced that she will be hated as the daughter of the drunken father who caused the meltdown, assumes a fictional identity while protecting a homeless boy. Six months ago, a nuclear plant in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom experienced a cataclysmic meltdown, and both of Emily's parents were killed. Her father was in charge of the plant-- was he drunk when it happened? Instead of following the rest of the refugees after the meltdown, Emily takes off on her own for Burlington, where she survives by stealing, sleeping on the floor of a drug dealer's apartment, and inventing a new identity for herself. When Emily befriends Cameron, a homeless boy, she protects him with a ferocity she didn't know she had. But can she outrun her past, or escape her grief?

Click here to check the catalog and place a hold.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Library Director Karen Demers. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Monday October 15, 2018
   6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Poetry Discussion Group  
    Contact: Marjorie Schoen   413-596-2187   
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday October 17, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Evening Book Discussion  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

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The Book of Illusions, by Paul Auster

In this rich and emotionally charged work, a man's obsession with a silent film star sends him on a journey into a shadowy world of lies, illusions, and unexpected love. Six months after losing his wife and two young sons in an airplane crash, Vermont professor David Zimmer spends his waking hours mired in a blur of alcoholic grief and self-pity. Then, watching television one night, he stumbles upon a clip from a lost silent film by comedian Hector Mann. Zimmer's interest is piqued, and he soon finds himself embarking on a journey around the world to research a book on this mysterious figure, who vanished from sight in 1929 and has been presumed dead for sixty years.

Request the book.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Assistant Director Mary Bell. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Friday October 19, 2018
   8:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Staff Development Program  
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday October 24, 2018
   6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Classics Book Club  
    Contact: Jessica Magill   603-969-3207   jessicammagill@hotmail.com
    Location: Brooks Room

Monday November 5, 2018
   6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Monet's Magic: Pastel Paint Monet's Wondrous Water Lilies  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Gregory John Maichack presents "Monet's Magic: Pastel Paint Monet's Wondrous Water Lilies." The workshop is a two-hour event that enables beginners to advanced artists to create and take home their own pastel painting; hear how artists such as Claude Monet painted, and be entertained with interesting and fascinating historical information about Monet’s painting techniques. Greg will demo at his easel and provide detailed guidance to easily finish your own hands-on painting with my pastels (all professional-grade materials supplied).

    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday November 6, 2018
   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM Booked for Lunch  
    Contact: Karen Demers   413-596-6141   karendemers@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

A Slant of Light
A Slant of Light, by Jeffrey Lent

The powerful new work from one of our greatest historical novelists, A Slant of Light deals with profoundly seminal American moments: the end of the Civil War, the religious freedom that was manifested in the Second Great Awakening, the last gasps of the Jeffersonian ideal of American yeomanry, the shadow on the horizon of the Industrial Revolution. At the heart of the novel are two men: one who has committed a horrific act, but is slowly revealed to be a man of honor and integrity; the other, a seemingly righteous man of great spiritual dedication, whose lust for power within his community will eventually blind him to his own actions. These two men are surrounded by a varied host of others, many damaged but stronger for it: a veteran profoundly changed by war, a father tormented by the loss of his daughter, a Seneca man more powerful than others realize, a boy forced too early to become a man. And in this male world, women, too, are assuming new strength--through the roles they take on, and the loves they allow themselves. A Slant of Light is a novel of lust and love, of loss and war, of prophets and followers, of theft and revenge, in an American moment where a seemingly golden age has been shattered. It is a novel about how people make sense of such things, and how they remake their lives.

Click here to check the catalog and place a hold.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Library Director Karen Demers. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday November 14, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Evening Book Discussion  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

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After This, by Alice McDermott

Annotation: A portrait of an American family during the middle decades of the twentieth century evokes the social, spiritual, and political turmoil of the era as seen through the experiences of a middle-class couple and their children.

Request the book.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Assistant Director Mary Bell. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Monday November 19, 2018
   6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Poetry Discussion Group  
    Contact: Marjorie Schoen   413-596-2187   
    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday November 27, 2018
   9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Wilbraham Garden Club  
    Contact: Christine Scibelli   413-596-3355   cjscibelli@hotmail.com
   6:00 PM  -  7:00 PM Cookbook Club  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Tapas

We're reading and cooking from Tapas by Penelope Casas. Copies of the book will be available to pick up at the Front Desk. Pick a recipe and let us know what you're bringing by November 20 so we do not duplicate recipes. Sign up is required.

The Cookbook Club meets every other month on the last Tuesday of the month. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday November 28, 2018
   6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Classics Book Club  
    Contact: Jessica Magill   603-969-3207   jessicammagill@hotmail.com
    Location: Brooks Room

Tuesday December 4, 2018
   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM Booked for Lunch  
    Contact: Karen Demers   413-596-6141   karendemers@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

The Tea Planter's Wife
The Tea Planter's Wife, by Dinah Jeffries

In 1920s Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), a young Englishwoman marries a charming tea plantation owner and widower, only to discover he's keeping terrible secrets about his past, including what happened to his first wife, that lead to devastating consequences.

Click here to check the catalog and place a hold.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Library Director Karen Demers. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Monday December 17, 2018
   6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Poetry Discussion Group  
    Contact: Marjorie Schoen   413-596-2187   
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday December 19, 2018
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Evening Book Discussion  
    Contact: Mary Bell   413-596-6141   mbell@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

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Blessings, by Anna Quindlen

When a teenage couple abandons their baby at the gate of the estate owned by Lydia Blessing, Skip Cuddy, the estate caretaker, decides to raise the child himself, a decision that has a profound effect on the lives of everyone in the community, in a story of love, secrets, and redemption.

Request the book.

This monthly book discussion is facilitated by Assistant Director Mary Bell. Newcomers are always welcome!

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday December 26, 2018
   6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Classics Book Club  
    Contact: Jessica Magill   603-969-3207   jessicammagill@hotmail.com
    Location: Brooks Room

Monday January 21, 2019
   6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Poetry Discussion Group  
    Contact: Marjorie Schoen   413-596-2187   
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday February 6, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday February 13, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Monday February 18, 2019
   6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Poetry Discussion Group  
    Contact: Marjorie Schoen   413-596-2187   
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday February 20, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday February 27, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday March 6, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday March 13, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Monday March 18, 2019
   6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Poetry Discussion Group  
    Contact: Marjorie Schoen   413-596-2187   
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday March 20, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday March 27, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Monday April 1, 2019
   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Jilladele Pasteris Art Exhibit Setup  
    Contact: Jilladele Pasteris   413-362-6713   jilladele.pasteris@gmail.com
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday April 3, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday April 10, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Monday April 15, 2019
   6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Poetry Discussion Group  
    Contact: Marjorie Schoen   413-596-2187   
    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday April 17, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Wednesday April 24, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Great Decisions  
    Contact: Bernard Davidow   413-596-6141   bdavidow@wilbrahamlibrary.org
   

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs including reading from the Great Decisions Briefing Book and meeting weekly to discuss critical global issues facing America today.

Marjorie Schoen and other volunteers facilitate. In the event of a snow date, we will bump the discussion to the following week and extend the meetings accordingly. For more information, please visit the Great Decisions website.

    Location: Brooks Room

Monday April 29, 2019
   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Jilladele Pasteris Art Exhibit Takedown  
    Contact: Jilladele Pasteris   413-362-6713   jilladele.pasteris@gmail.com
    Location: Brooks Room

Monday May 20, 2019
   6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Poetry Discussion Group  
    Contact: Marjorie Schoen   413-596-2187   
    Location: Brooks Room

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