Friday January 15, 2021 - Monday March 15, 2021

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

Lets keep ourselves warm and snug with some books this winter! This event will have virtual programs for each age group (kids, teens, adults) to do some fun activities or keeping track of minutes read! We'll have a sweet treat for completion. Sign up anytime and participate until March 15th. 

Come by the front of the library January 15th and January 19th to pick up a goodie bag (reading buddy for the kids and treats for the teens and adults) with all the info you'll need! Contactless pick up and weather permitting!

 

CONTACT: Clare Dombrowski  978-388-8148  cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

Lets keep ourselves warm and snug with some books this winter! This event will have virtual programs for each age group (kids, teens, adults) to do some fun activities or keeping track of minutes read! We'll have a sweet treat for completion. Sign up anytime and participate until March 15th. 

Come by the front of the library January 15th and January 19th to pick up a goodie bag (reading buddy for the kids and treats for the teens and adults) with all the info you'll need! Contactless pick up and weather permitting!

 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

Thursday January 28, 2021
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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Make and Take for Kids: Make a Gnome

Visit the front steps of the library to pick up a Make and Take to make a little gnome that can either hang in the window or use the magnet to stick! Each kit makes two colorful gnomes. Pick up is weather permitting and while supplies last! 

There will be two types of kits: One great for all ages down to preschool. The other a make your own yarn hat and pompom gnome for older elementary kids!

CONTACT: Clare Dombrowski  978-388-8148  cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: In front of the library

Visit the front steps of the library to pick up a Make and Take to make a little gnome that can either hang in the window or use the magnet to stick! Each kit makes two colorful gnomes. Pick up is weather permitting and while supplies last! 

There will be two types of kits: One great for all ages down to preschool. The other a make your own yarn hat and pompom gnome for older elementary kids!

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: In front of the library

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(Virtual Art Talk) Andy Warhol’s Fifteen Minutes of Fame

Join us for a virtual art talk! Pop artist Andy Warhol famously elevated everyday objects - like soup cans - to works of fine art. His paintings, silkscreens and photography often focused on American consumerism, not just of products, but of celebrities and images themselves. This program will look at the abbreviated life, artwork and enduring legacy of the artist who predicted “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes.”

About the Presenter: Jane Oneail holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She is a NH native and has worked at some of the state’s most esteemed cultural institutions, including the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, where she served as Executive Director, and the Currier Museum of Art, where she held the role of Senior Educator.

This event is funded by the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.

Registration is required. Zoom link will be sent the morning of the program.

CONTACT: Aimie Westphal  978-388-8148 x614  awestphal@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual

Join us for a virtual art talk! Pop artist Andy Warhol famously elevated everyday objects - like soup cans - to works of fine art. His paintings, silkscreens and photography often focused on American consumerism, not just of products, but of celebrities and images themselves. This program will look at the abbreviated life, artwork and enduring legacy of the artist who predicted “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes.”

About the Presenter: Jane Oneail holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She is a NH native and has worked at some of the state’s most esteemed cultural institutions, including the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, where she served as Executive Director, and the Currier Museum of Art, where she held the role of Senior Educator.

This event is funded by the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.

Registration is required. Zoom link will be sent the morning of the program.

CONTACT:
  Aimie Westphal
  978.388.8148 x614
   awestphal@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual


Monday February 1, 2021
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10:00 AM
Create Greeting Cards for Teens

How it works:  You will pick up your Greeting Card Kit starting on Monday, February 1  from 10:00-7:00 during curbside.  

All supplies are provided.  

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

If you can take a picture of your artwork,we will add it to our Virtual Art/Craft Show.

Register early as supplies are limited.

CONTACT: Margie Walker  978-388-8148  mwalker@amesbrylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

How it works:  You will pick up your Greeting Card Kit starting on Monday, February 1  from 10:00-7:00 during curbside.  

All supplies are provided.  

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

If you can take a picture of your artwork,we will add it to our Virtual Art/Craft Show.

Register early as supplies are limited.

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesbrylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp


 
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10:00 AM
Storytime Take-Out!

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A SIX WEEK SESSION AND YOU MUST SIGN UP ON THE 1/11/2021 EVENT FORM TO BE PART OF THIS SESSION

Bring storytime home with you!! This program is intended as a “take-out” version of our storytimes for ages 2 to 6 years old. 

What it is: Each week we will provide you with a storytime packet. Our themes will follow the alphabet! You will have script with rhymes, song, instructions for science experiments, and whatever else activity we have as well as when to read the books we give you as well! You will also have a bag of stuff to go along with that! First off, you will get a pizza box felt board to keep from week to week. You will also get felt pieces, other props, and/or craft or science experiment supplies. You will also have books to go along with the themes. You ONLY have to return the books. You keep everything else.

 You can then pick it up that week starting on Monday at 10am just like you would our curbside books. Call the main number 978-388-8148 when you are in the parking lot and we’ll bring it out to you!

You will need an active library card for this program, but you can always get one through an online application as well if you don't have one already! 

 

CONTACT: Clare Dombrowski  978-388-8148  cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A SIX WEEK SESSION AND YOU MUST SIGN UP ON THE 1/11/2021 EVENT FORM TO BE PART OF THIS SESSION

Bring storytime home with you!! This program is intended as a “take-out” version of our storytimes for ages 2 to 6 years old. 

What it is: Each week we will provide you with a storytime packet. Our themes will follow the alphabet! You will have script with rhymes, song, instructions for science experiments, and whatever else activity we have as well as when to read the books we give you as well! You will also have a bag of stuff to go along with that! First off, you will get a pizza box felt board to keep from week to week. You will also get felt pieces, other props, and/or craft or science experiment supplies. You will also have books to go along with the themes. You ONLY have to return the books. You keep everything else.

 You can then pick it up that week starting on Monday at 10am just like you would our curbside books. Call the main number 978-388-8148 when you are in the parking lot and we’ll bring it out to you!

You will need an active library card for this program, but you can always get one through an online application as well if you don't have one already! 

 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

Thursday February 4, 2021
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6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Nuts and Bolts of Homeschooling Workshop (VIRTUAL)

This virtual workshop hosted by the Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts is wonderful if you are beginning homeschooling, have questions after having homeschool about guideline, evaluation, and more or even if you are thinking about homeschooling. Space is limited so please register to recieve the Zoom meeting information which will be sent the morning of the program.  

This workshop will cover Massachusetts homeschool guidelines; the history of homeschooling in MA; writing your education plan; choosing a form of evaluation; and local homeschool policies. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.

The program will be presented by Milva McDonald. Milva is the mother of four adult children, all of whom homeschooled for all or most of their childhood and teenage years. She began homeschooling in 1991, after reading an essay by John Taylor Gatto and realizing school and the PTA weren't for her. She's a co-founder of Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts, and served as a support group leader, field trip organizer, and potluck host for many joyful homeschooling years. Her books include Slow Homeschooling and Unschoolers. She blogs at www.apotlucklife.com.

CONTACT: Clare Dombrowski  978-388-8148  cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual

This virtual workshop hosted by the Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts is wonderful if you are beginning homeschooling, have questions after having homeschool about guideline, evaluation, and more or even if you are thinking about homeschooling. Space is limited so please register to recieve the Zoom meeting information which will be sent the morning of the program.  

This workshop will cover Massachusetts homeschool guidelines; the history of homeschooling in MA; writing your education plan; choosing a form of evaluation; and local homeschool policies. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.

The program will be presented by Milva McDonald. Milva is the mother of four adult children, all of whom homeschooled for all or most of their childhood and teenage years. She began homeschooling in 1991, after reading an essay by John Taylor Gatto and realizing school and the PTA weren't for her. She's a co-founder of Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts, and served as a support group leader, field trip organizer, and potluck host for many joyful homeschooling years. Her books include Slow Homeschooling and Unschoolers. She blogs at www.apotlucklife.com.

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual


Monday February 8, 2021
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10:00 AM
Storytime Take-Out!

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A SIX WEEK SESSION AND YOU MUST SIGN UP ON THE 1/11/2021 EVENT FORM TO BE PART OF THIS SESSION

Bring storytime home with you!! This program is intended as a “take-out” version of our storytimes for ages 2 to 6 years old. 

What it is: Each week we will provide you with a storytime packet. Our themes will follow the alphabet! You will have script with rhymes, song, instructions for science experiments, and whatever else activity we have as well as when to read the books we give you as well! You will also have a bag of stuff to go along with that! First off, you will get a pizza box felt board to keep from week to week. You will also get felt pieces, other props, and/or craft or science experiment supplies. You will also have books to go along with the themes. You ONLY have to return the books. You keep everything else.

 You can then pick it up that week starting on Monday at 10am just like you would our curbside books. Call the main number 978-388-8148 when you are in the parking lot and we’ll bring it out to you!

You will need an active library card for this program, but you can always get one through an online application as well if you don't have one already! 

 

CONTACT: Clare Dombrowski  978-388-8148  cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A SIX WEEK SESSION AND YOU MUST SIGN UP ON THE 1/11/2021 EVENT FORM TO BE PART OF THIS SESSION

Bring storytime home with you!! This program is intended as a “take-out” version of our storytimes for ages 2 to 6 years old. 

What it is: Each week we will provide you with a storytime packet. Our themes will follow the alphabet! You will have script with rhymes, song, instructions for science experiments, and whatever else activity we have as well as when to read the books we give you as well! You will also have a bag of stuff to go along with that! First off, you will get a pizza box felt board to keep from week to week. You will also get felt pieces, other props, and/or craft or science experiment supplies. You will also have books to go along with the themes. You ONLY have to return the books. You keep everything else.

 You can then pick it up that week starting on Monday at 10am just like you would our curbside books. Call the main number 978-388-8148 when you are in the parking lot and we’ll bring it out to you!

You will need an active library card for this program, but you can always get one through an online application as well if you don't have one already! 

 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

Wednesday February 10, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Virtual Evening Book Group

Join us virtually as we discuss Weight of a Piano by Chris Candor

Summary:  A tour-de-force about two women and the piano that inexorably ties their lives together through time and across continents, for better and for worse.

In 1962, in the Soviet Union, eight-year-old Katya is bequeathed what will become the love of her life: a Blüthner piano, built at the turn of the century in Germany, on which she discovers everything that she herself can do with music and what music, in turn, does for her. Yet after marrying, she emigrates with her young family from Russia to America, at her husband's frantic insistence, and her piano is lost in the shuffle.

 In 2012, in Bakersfield, California, twenty-six-year-old Clara Lundy loses another boyfriend and again has to find a new apartment, which is complicated by the gift her father had given her for her twelfth birthday, shortly before he and her mother died in a fire that burned their house down: a Blüthner upright she has never learned to play. 

Registration requested. A link for Zoom will be sent out day of the meeting.

CONTACT: Sarah Seamans  978-388-8148  sseamans@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual
There are 15 spaces available.

Join us virtually as we discuss Weight of a Piano by Chris Candor

Summary:  A tour-de-force about two women and the piano that inexorably ties their lives together through time and across continents, for better and for worse.

In 1962, in the Soviet Union, eight-year-old Katya is bequeathed what will become the love of her life: a Blüthner piano, built at the turn of the century in Germany, on which she discovers everything that she herself can do with music and what music, in turn, does for her. Yet after marrying, she emigrates with her young family from Russia to America, at her husband's frantic insistence, and her piano is lost in the shuffle.

 In 2012, in Bakersfield, California, twenty-six-year-old Clara Lundy loses another boyfriend and again has to find a new apartment, which is complicated by the gift her father had given her for her twelfth birthday, shortly before he and her mother died in a fire that burned their house down: a Blüthner upright she has never learned to play. 

Registration requested. A link for Zoom will be sent out day of the meeting.

CONTACT:
  Sarah Seamans
  978.388.8148
   sseamans@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

There are 15 spaces available.

Monday February 15, 2021
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President's Day -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today. 

Tuesday February 16, 2021
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10:00 AM
Sea Glass Creations for Teens

How it works:  You will pick up your Sea Glass Kit starting on Tuesday, February 16  from 10:00-7:00 during curbside.  

All of the supplies will be provided.

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

If you can take a picture of your artwork,we will add it to our Virtual Art/Craft Show.

Register early as supplies are limited.

CONTACT: Margie Walker  978-388-8148  mwalker@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

How it works:  You will pick up your Sea Glass Kit starting on Tuesday, February 16  from 10:00-7:00 during curbside.  

All of the supplies will be provided.

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

If you can take a picture of your artwork,we will add it to our Virtual Art/Craft Show.

Register early as supplies are limited.

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp


 
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10:00 AM
Storytime Take-Out!

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A SIX WEEK SESSION AND YOU MUST SIGN UP ON THE 1/11/2021 EVENT FORM TO BE PART OF THIS SESSION

Bring storytime home with you!! This program is intended as a “take-out” version of our storytimes for ages 2 to 6 years old. 

What it is: Each week we will provide you with a storytime packet. Our themes will follow the alphabet! You will have script with rhymes, song, instructions for science experiments, and whatever else activity we have as well as when to read the books we give you as well! You will also have a bag of stuff to go along with that! First off, you will get a pizza box felt board to keep from week to week. You will also get felt pieces, other props, and/or craft or science experiment supplies. You will also have books to go along with the themes. You ONLY have to return the books. You keep everything else.

 You can then pick it up that week starting on Monday at 10am just like you would our curbside books. Call the main number 978-388-8148 when you are in the parking lot and we’ll bring it out to you!

You will need an active library card for this program, but you can always get one through an online application as well if you don't have one already! 

 

CONTACT: Clare Dombrowski  978-388-8148  cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A SIX WEEK SESSION AND YOU MUST SIGN UP ON THE 1/11/2021 EVENT FORM TO BE PART OF THIS SESSION

Bring storytime home with you!! This program is intended as a “take-out” version of our storytimes for ages 2 to 6 years old. 

What it is: Each week we will provide you with a storytime packet. Our themes will follow the alphabet! You will have script with rhymes, song, instructions for science experiments, and whatever else activity we have as well as when to read the books we give you as well! You will also have a bag of stuff to go along with that! First off, you will get a pizza box felt board to keep from week to week. You will also get felt pieces, other props, and/or craft or science experiment supplies. You will also have books to go along with the themes. You ONLY have to return the books. You keep everything else.

 You can then pick it up that week starting on Monday at 10am just like you would our curbside books. Call the main number 978-388-8148 when you are in the parking lot and we’ll bring it out to you!

You will need an active library card for this program, but you can always get one through an online application as well if you don't have one already! 

 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

 
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Virtual Cookbook Club

Do you enjoy cooking? Join us for our Virtual Cookbook Club on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 6:30 pm. Sign up and choose a recipe* to make from the chosen cookbook! Cookbooks will be available for curbside pickup at the library during curbside pickup hours: http://amesburylibrary.org/curbside-pickup/. Please register before coming to pickup a cookbook. We will discuss the cookbook, how the making of the recipe went and more over a Zoom meeting. (The Zoom link will be emailed to everyone the day of the meeting.) For our February meeting, the cookbook will be The complete cooking for two cookbook by the editors at America's Test Kitchen. 

For ages 18+.

*Choose whichever recipe you would like from the cookbook. You do not need to tell us which one you choose ahead of time. If you take pictures of what you make for the meeting, please email them to cookbookclub@amesburylibrary.org so we can share them at the meeting. (This is not a requirement, but is helpful when sharing the recipe you made.)

Registration for this event will open after our January 2021 meeting.

CONTACT: Sarah or Dorothy  978-388-8148  cookbookclub@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual

Do you enjoy cooking? Join us for our Virtual Cookbook Club on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 6:30 pm. Sign up and choose a recipe* to make from the chosen cookbook! Cookbooks will be available for curbside pickup at the library during curbside pickup hours: http://amesburylibrary.org/curbside-pickup/. Please register before coming to pickup a cookbook. We will discuss the cookbook, how the making of the recipe went and more over a Zoom meeting. (The Zoom link will be emailed to everyone the day of the meeting.) For our February meeting, the cookbook will be The complete cooking for two cookbook by the editors at America's Test Kitchen. 

For ages 18+.

*Choose whichever recipe you would like from the cookbook. You do not need to tell us which one you choose ahead of time. If you take pictures of what you make for the meeting, please email them to cookbookclub@amesburylibrary.org so we can share them at the meeting. (This is not a requirement, but is helpful when sharing the recipe you made.)

Registration for this event will open after our January 2021 meeting.

CONTACT:
  Sarah or Dorothy
  978.388.8148
   cookbookclub@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual


Wednesday February 17, 2021
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6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Stitch a Bit for Kids and Families (VIRTUAL)

In this installment of Stitch a Bit, you can pick up a kit at the library a couple of days before (we'll email when they are ready!) and then log in to a Zoom call with Sarah Chapman on this date who will lead the group with instructions, answer any questions, and give some great sewing tips as well! This program is making 3-d stuffies so it's all about making things look round...and there is a lot you can do with that! You'll have a pattern, felt, needle, and thread in your kit. We recommend this for ages 7 and up (although those younger with sewing experience are welcome!) and make sure you register with the number of people attending so we can make sure we get you all the stuff you need!

A link for Zoom will be sent out the day of the meeting 

CONTACT: Clare Dombrowski  978-388-8148  cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual
There are 20 spaces available.

In this installment of Stitch a Bit, you can pick up a kit at the library a couple of days before (we'll email when they are ready!) and then log in to a Zoom call with Sarah Chapman on this date who will lead the group with instructions, answer any questions, and give some great sewing tips as well! This program is making 3-d stuffies so it's all about making things look round...and there is a lot you can do with that! You'll have a pattern, felt, needle, and thread in your kit. We recommend this for ages 7 and up (although those younger with sewing experience are welcome!) and make sure you register with the number of people attending so we can make sure we get you all the stuff you need!

A link for Zoom will be sent out the day of the meeting 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

There are 20 spaces available.

Thursday February 18, 2021
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Salt Art Strata (MAKE AND TAKE)

Come by the front of the Library for contactless pick-up of this make and take that will have you learning about the different rock formations in the earth! Make a bottle with salt of various colors that you will make yourself with chalk! It's a beautiful piece of art that involves science as well! This one is aimed at K - 5th graders, but everyone can find some joy in it. Weather permitting and while supplies last! 

CONTACT: Clare Dombrowski  978-388-8148  cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: In front of the library

Come by the front of the Library for contactless pick-up of this make and take that will have you learning about the different rock formations in the earth! Make a bottle with salt of various colors that you will make yourself with chalk! It's a beautiful piece of art that involves science as well! This one is aimed at K - 5th graders, but everyone can find some joy in it. Weather permitting and while supplies last! 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: In front of the library

Monday February 22, 2021
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10:00 AM
Paper Crafts for Teens

We will provide paper for you to make different objects with it.  We will provide the pattern.

 

Pickup starts on Monday,  February 22.  You will pick up the kit during curbside hours.  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 9:30-7:00.  Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9:30-4:00 (on Saturday we are closed from 1:00-2:00 for lunch)

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

Supplies are limited so register today.

CONTACT: Margie Walker  978-388-8148  mwalker@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp
There are 14 spaces available.

We will provide paper for you to make different objects with it.  We will provide the pattern.

 

Pickup starts on Monday,  February 22.  You will pick up the kit during curbside hours.  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 9:30-7:00.  Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9:30-4:00 (on Saturday we are closed from 1:00-2:00 for lunch)

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

Supplies are limited so register today.

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

There are 14 spaces available.

Thursday February 25, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(Virtual Art Talk) Bending Towards Justice: African Americans as Subject and Creator in American Art

Join us for a virtual art talk! Martin Luther King, Jr. once said “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” This program examines that arc as it relates to African American history enshrined in American Art. From colonial era portraits to 19th-century and Jim Crow-era prints to 1960s Civil Rights photography, this program will provide a visual overview of African American oppression, struggle and progress towards equality.

 

About the Presenter: Jane Oneail holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She is a NH native and has worked at some of the state’s most esteemed cultural institutions, including the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, where she served as Executive Director, and the Currier Museum of Art, where she held the role of Senior Educator.

This event is funded by the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.

Registration is required. Zoom link will be sent the morning of the program.

CONTACT: Aimie Westphal  978-388-8148 x614  awestphal@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual

Join us for a virtual art talk! Martin Luther King, Jr. once said “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” This program examines that arc as it relates to African American history enshrined in American Art. From colonial era portraits to 19th-century and Jim Crow-era prints to 1960s Civil Rights photography, this program will provide a visual overview of African American oppression, struggle and progress towards equality.

 

About the Presenter: Jane Oneail holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She is a NH native and has worked at some of the state’s most esteemed cultural institutions, including the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, where she served as Executive Director, and the Currier Museum of Art, where she held the role of Senior Educator.

This event is funded by the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.

Registration is required. Zoom link will be sent the morning of the program.

CONTACT:
  Aimie Westphal
  978.388.8148 x614
   awestphal@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual


Monday March 8, 2021
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9:30 AM
Sticker Art Kit for Teens

We will provide you with a page to create sticker art.

How it works:  You will pick up your Sticker Art Kit starting on Monday, March 8 from 10:00-7:00 during curbside.  

All supplies are provided. 

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

If you can take a picture of your artwork,we will add it to our Virtual Art/Craft Show.

Register early as supplies are limited.

 

CONTACT: Margie Walker  978-388-8148  mwalker@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp
There are 11 spaces available.

We will provide you with a page to create sticker art.

How it works:  You will pick up your Sticker Art Kit starting on Monday, March 8 from 10:00-7:00 during curbside.  

All supplies are provided. 

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

If you can take a picture of your artwork,we will add it to our Virtual Art/Craft Show.

Register early as supplies are limited.

 

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

There are 11 spaces available.

Wednesday March 10, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Virtual Evening Book Group

Join us virtually as we discuss Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Summary: In Shaker Heights, a placid, progressive suburb of Cleveland, everything is planned - from the layout of the winding roads, to the colors of the houses, to the successful lives its residents will go on to lead. And no one embodies this spirit more than Elena Richardson, whose guiding principle is playing by the rules. Enter Mia Warren - an enigmatic artist and single mother - who arrives in this idyllic bubble with her teenaged daughter Pearl, and rents a house from the Richardsons. Soon Mia and Pearl become more than tenants: all four Richardson children are drawn to the mother-daughter pair. But Mia carries with her a mysterious past and a disregard for the status quo that threatens to upend this carefully ordered community. When old family friends of the Richardsons attempt to adopt a Chinese-American baby, a custody battle erupts that dramatically divides the town--and puts Mia and Elena on opposing sides.

Registration requested. A link for Zoom will be sent out day of the meeting.

CONTACT: Sarah Seamans  978-388-8148  sseamans@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual

Join us virtually as we discuss Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Summary: In Shaker Heights, a placid, progressive suburb of Cleveland, everything is planned - from the layout of the winding roads, to the colors of the houses, to the successful lives its residents will go on to lead. And no one embodies this spirit more than Elena Richardson, whose guiding principle is playing by the rules. Enter Mia Warren - an enigmatic artist and single mother - who arrives in this idyllic bubble with her teenaged daughter Pearl, and rents a house from the Richardsons. Soon Mia and Pearl become more than tenants: all four Richardson children are drawn to the mother-daughter pair. But Mia carries with her a mysterious past and a disregard for the status quo that threatens to upend this carefully ordered community. When old family friends of the Richardsons attempt to adopt a Chinese-American baby, a custody battle erupts that dramatically divides the town--and puts Mia and Elena on opposing sides.

Registration requested. A link for Zoom will be sent out day of the meeting.

CONTACT:
  Sarah Seamans
  978.388.8148
   sseamans@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

Tuesday March 16, 2021
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Virtual Cookbook Club

Do you enjoy cooking? Join us for our Virtual Cookbook Club on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 6:30 pm. Sign up and choose a recipe* to make from the chosen cookbook! Cookbooks will be available for curbside pickup at the library during curbside pickup hours: http://amesburylibrary.org/curbside-pickup/. Please register before coming to pickup a cookbook. We will discuss the cookbook, how the making of the recipe went and more over a Zoom meeting. (The Zoom link will be emailed to everyone the day of the meeting.) For our March meeting, the cookbook will be Love & Lemons by Jeanine Donofrio. 

For ages 18+.

*Choose whichever recipe you would like from the cookbook. You do not need to tell us which one you choose ahead of time. If you take pictures of what you make for the meeting, please email them to cookbookclub@amesburylibrary.org so we can share them at the meeting. (This is not a requirement, but is helpful when sharing the recipe you made.)

Registration for this event will open after our February 2021 meeting.

CONTACT: Sarah or Dorothy  978-388-8148  cookbookclub@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual

Do you enjoy cooking? Join us for our Virtual Cookbook Club on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 6:30 pm. Sign up and choose a recipe* to make from the chosen cookbook! Cookbooks will be available for curbside pickup at the library during curbside pickup hours: http://amesburylibrary.org/curbside-pickup/. Please register before coming to pickup a cookbook. We will discuss the cookbook, how the making of the recipe went and more over a Zoom meeting. (The Zoom link will be emailed to everyone the day of the meeting.) For our March meeting, the cookbook will be Love & Lemons by Jeanine Donofrio. 

For ages 18+.

*Choose whichever recipe you would like from the cookbook. You do not need to tell us which one you choose ahead of time. If you take pictures of what you make for the meeting, please email them to cookbookclub@amesburylibrary.org so we can share them at the meeting. (This is not a requirement, but is helpful when sharing the recipe you made.)

Registration for this event will open after our February 2021 meeting.

CONTACT:
  Sarah or Dorothy
  978.388.8148
   cookbookclub@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

Monday March 22, 2021
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9:30 AM
Family History for Teens

We will provide you with information on how to get started with your family tree.

How it works:  You will pick up your Family Tree Kit starting on Monday, March 22 from 9:30-7:00 during curbside.  

All supplies are provided. 

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

 

Register early as supplies are limited.

 

CONTACT: Margie Walker  978-388-8148  mwalker@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp
There are 15 spaces available.

We will provide you with information on how to get started with your family tree.

How it works:  You will pick up your Family Tree Kit starting on Monday, March 22 from 9:30-7:00 during curbside.  

All supplies are provided. 

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

 

Register early as supplies are limited.

 

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

There are 15 spaces available.

Thursday March 25, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(Virtual Art Talk) Frida Kahlo: Love, Pain and Painting

Join us for a virtual art talk! Frida Kahlo has become a household name in recent years, with movies, books and countless products dedicated to her art and likeness. This program will go beyond the artist’s famous facial hair and penetrating stare and explore her life and her work, particularly as it relates to the trolley accident she survived as a teen and her passionate and often tumultuous marriage to fellow artist Diego Rivera.

 

About the Presenter: Jane Oneail holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She is a NH native and has worked at some of the state’s most esteemed cultural institutions, including the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, where she served as Executive Director, and the Currier Museum of Art, where she held the role of Senior Educator.

This event is funded by the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.

Registration is required. Zoom link will be sent the morning of the program.

CONTACT: Aimie Westphal  978-388-8148 x614  awestphal@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual
There are 95 spaces available.

Join us for a virtual art talk! Frida Kahlo has become a household name in recent years, with movies, books and countless products dedicated to her art and likeness. This program will go beyond the artist’s famous facial hair and penetrating stare and explore her life and her work, particularly as it relates to the trolley accident she survived as a teen and her passionate and often tumultuous marriage to fellow artist Diego Rivera.

 

About the Presenter: Jane Oneail holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She is a NH native and has worked at some of the state’s most esteemed cultural institutions, including the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, where she served as Executive Director, and the Currier Museum of Art, where she held the role of Senior Educator.

This event is funded by the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.

Registration is required. Zoom link will be sent the morning of the program.

CONTACT:
  Aimie Westphal
  978.388.8148 x614
   awestphal@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

There are 95 spaces available.

Monday April 5, 2021
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9:30 AM
Blackout Poetry for Teens

We will provide you with a paperback book so you can create your own blackout poetry.  What you do is black out the words that aren't in your poem to create your own poem.  You can also draw or do anything that you want with your book.

How it works:  You will pick up your Blackout Poetry Kit starting on Monday, April 5th  from 9:30-7:00 during curbside.  

All supplies are provided. 

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

Take a picture of your poem/artwork so that we can add it to our virtual online display.

Register early as supplies are limited.

 

CONTACT: Margie Walker  978-388-8148  mwalker@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp
There are 15 spaces available.

We will provide you with a paperback book so you can create your own blackout poetry.  What you do is black out the words that aren't in your poem to create your own poem.  You can also draw or do anything that you want with your book.

How it works:  You will pick up your Blackout Poetry Kit starting on Monday, April 5th  from 9:30-7:00 during curbside.  

All supplies are provided. 

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

Take a picture of your poem/artwork so that we can add it to our virtual online display.

Register early as supplies are limited.

 

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

There are 15 spaces available.

 
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5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Reconstructing History & Genealogy: Mom's WWII Letters Virtual

Corinne's discovery of more than 100 letters brought unexpected insights and connections.
In May 2017, she found her mother's stash of letters from 16 servicemen that she had corresponded with in 1944-1945. Most of the men were from her mother's hometown of Allentown, Pennsylvania, or from her college roommate's hometown of Trenton, New Jersey. Nearly all of the writers were now gone and could no longer offer information or explanations for what they had written. Corinne began to trace the soldiers' family trees with one goal in mind: to return the letters in person to their children. Learn about her on-going project, and hear some of the stories of the men, their experiences, and what their relatives have to say today. This presentation links history and genealogy to present-day research and diligence. It revisits a time that we may not want to forget. And it may prompt audience members to wonder for themselves what treasures may be lurking in their own old family boxes -- and how they can share the information with others.

 
Corinne H. Smith is a writer and a poet who has worked as a librarian for more than 30 years. Along the way, she earned a degree in outdoor teacher education. She is the author of Westward I Go Free: Tracing Thoreau's Last Journey, the first book to follow Henry Thoreau's 1861 trip from Massachusetts to Minnesota; and a biography and activity book for middle-schoolers, Henry David Thoreau for Kids: His Life and Ideas, With 21 Activities. She lives in north central Massachusetts. She works at The Shop at Walden Pond. She also serves as an interpreter and blog writer for Thoreau Farm: The Birthplace of Henry David Thoreau in Concord.is a writer and a poet who has worked as a librarian for more than 30 years. Along the way, she earned a degree in outdoor teacher education. She is the author of Westward I Go Free: Tracing Thoreau's Last Journey, the first book to follow Henry Thoreau's 1861 trip from Massachusetts to Minnesota; and a biography and activity book for middle-schoolers, Henry David Thoreau for Kids: His Life and Ideas, With 21 Activities. She lives in north central Massachusetts. She works at The Shop at Walden Pond. She also serves as an interpreter and blog writer for Thoreau Farm: The Birthplace of Henry David Thoreau in Concord.
 

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Amesbury Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency and the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.

Registration is required.  A ZOOM link will be sent to you the day of the program.

CONTACT: Margie Walker  978-388-8148  mwalker@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual
There are 14 spaces available.

Corinne's discovery of more than 100 letters brought unexpected insights and connections.
In May 2017, she found her mother's stash of letters from 16 servicemen that she had corresponded with in 1944-1945. Most of the men were from her mother's hometown of Allentown, Pennsylvania, or from her college roommate's hometown of Trenton, New Jersey. Nearly all of the writers were now gone and could no longer offer information or explanations for what they had written. Corinne began to trace the soldiers' family trees with one goal in mind: to return the letters in person to their children. Learn about her on-going project, and hear some of the stories of the men, their experiences, and what their relatives have to say today. This presentation links history and genealogy to present-day research and diligence. It revisits a time that we may not want to forget. And it may prompt audience members to wonder for themselves what treasures may be lurking in their own old family boxes -- and how they can share the information with others.

 
Corinne H. Smith is a writer and a poet who has worked as a librarian for more than 30 years. Along the way, she earned a degree in outdoor teacher education. She is the author of Westward I Go Free: Tracing Thoreau's Last Journey, the first book to follow Henry Thoreau's 1861 trip from Massachusetts to Minnesota; and a biography and activity book for middle-schoolers, Henry David Thoreau for Kids: His Life and Ideas, With 21 Activities. She lives in north central Massachusetts. She works at The Shop at Walden Pond. She also serves as an interpreter and blog writer for Thoreau Farm: The Birthplace of Henry David Thoreau in Concord.is a writer and a poet who has worked as a librarian for more than 30 years. Along the way, she earned a degree in outdoor teacher education. She is the author of Westward I Go Free: Tracing Thoreau's Last Journey, the first book to follow Henry Thoreau's 1861 trip from Massachusetts to Minnesota; and a biography and activity book for middle-schoolers, Henry David Thoreau for Kids: His Life and Ideas, With 21 Activities. She lives in north central Massachusetts. She works at The Shop at Walden Pond. She also serves as an interpreter and blog writer for Thoreau Farm: The Birthplace of Henry David Thoreau in Concord.
 

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Amesbury Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency and the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.

Registration is required.  A ZOOM link will be sent to you the day of the program.

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

There are 14 spaces available.

Wednesday April 14, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Virtual Evening Book Group

Join us virtually as we discuss Circling the Sun by Paula McLain

Summary:  This powerful novel transports readers to the breathtaking world of "Out of Africa" 1920s Kenya revealing the extraordinary adventures of Beryl Markham, a woman before her time. Brought to Kenya from England by pioneering parents dreaming of a new life on an African farm, Beryl is raised unconventionally, developing fierce will and a love of all things wild. But after everything she knows and rusts dissolves, headstrong young Beryl is flung into a string of disastrous relationships and becomes caught up in a passionate love triangle with the irresistible safari hunter Denys Finch Hatton and the writer Baroness Karen Blixen. Brave and audacious and contradictory, Beryl will risk everything to have Denys's love, but it's ultimately her own heart she must conquer to embrace her true calling and her destiny: to fly.

Registration requested. A link for Zoom will be sent out day of the meeting.

CONTACT: Sarah Seamans  978-388-8148  sseamans@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual

Join us virtually as we discuss Circling the Sun by Paula McLain

Summary:  This powerful novel transports readers to the breathtaking world of "Out of Africa" 1920s Kenya revealing the extraordinary adventures of Beryl Markham, a woman before her time. Brought to Kenya from England by pioneering parents dreaming of a new life on an African farm, Beryl is raised unconventionally, developing fierce will and a love of all things wild. But after everything she knows and rusts dissolves, headstrong young Beryl is flung into a string of disastrous relationships and becomes caught up in a passionate love triangle with the irresistible safari hunter Denys Finch Hatton and the writer Baroness Karen Blixen. Brave and audacious and contradictory, Beryl will risk everything to have Denys's love, but it's ultimately her own heart she must conquer to embrace her true calling and her destiny: to fly.

Registration requested. A link for Zoom will be sent out day of the meeting.

CONTACT:
  Sarah Seamans
  978.388.8148
   sseamans@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

Monday April 19, 2021
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Patriot's Day -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today. 

Tuesday April 20, 2021
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9:30 AM
Make a Bird Feeder for Teens

We will provide you with all you need create your own birdhouse.   We will provide you with birdseed and container.  

How it works:  You will pick up your Birdhouse Kit starting on Monday, April 20th  from 9:30-7:00 during curbside.  

All supplies are provided. 

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

Take a picture of your poem/artwork so that we can add it to our virtual online display.

Register early as supplies are limited.

 

CONTACT: Margie Walker  978-388-8148  mwalker@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp
There are 11 spaces available.

We will provide you with all you need create your own birdhouse.   We will provide you with birdseed and container.  

How it works:  You will pick up your Birdhouse Kit starting on Monday, April 20th  from 9:30-7:00 during curbside.  

All supplies are provided. 

Once you get to the library please call 978-388-8148 to let us know that you are here to pick up your Teen Kit.  Someone will bring it out to you.

Parents can pick up kits for their teens.

Take a picture of your poem/artwork so that we can add it to our virtual online display.

Register early as supplies are limited.

 

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

There are 11 spaces available.

Thursday April 22, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(Virtual Art Talk) Toulouse-Lautrec: Parisian Nights and Post-Impressionism

Join us for a virtual art talk! Henri Toulouse-Lautrec’s artwork captured the modern, decadent life of late 19th-century Paris. His Post-Impressionist paintings, prints and caricatures celebrate dancers and performers with vivid colors and dramatic compositions. Find out more about the fascinating life of the aristocratic artist who struggled with alcoholism and a genetic disorder and kept company with the city’s bohemians and prostitutes.

 

About the Presenter: Jane Oneail holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She is a NH native and has worked at some of the state’s most esteemed cultural institutions, including the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, where she served as Executive Director, and the Currier Museum of Art, where she held the role of Senior Educator.

This event is funded by the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.

Registration is required. Zoom link will be sent the morning of the program.

CONTACT: Aimie Westphal  978-388-8148 x614  awestphal@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual
There are 97 spaces available.

Join us for a virtual art talk! Henri Toulouse-Lautrec’s artwork captured the modern, decadent life of late 19th-century Paris. His Post-Impressionist paintings, prints and caricatures celebrate dancers and performers with vivid colors and dramatic compositions. Find out more about the fascinating life of the aristocratic artist who struggled with alcoholism and a genetic disorder and kept company with the city’s bohemians and prostitutes.

 

About the Presenter: Jane Oneail holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She is a NH native and has worked at some of the state’s most esteemed cultural institutions, including the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, where she served as Executive Director, and the Currier Museum of Art, where she held the role of Senior Educator.

This event is funded by the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.

Registration is required. Zoom link will be sent the morning of the program.

CONTACT:
  Aimie Westphal
  978.388.8148 x614
   awestphal@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

There are 97 spaces available.

Wednesday May 12, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Virtual Evening Book Group

Join us virtually as we discuss Deacon King Kong by James McBride

Summary:  In Deacon King Kong, McBride brings to vivid life the people affected by the shooting: the victim, the African-American and Latinx residents who witnessed it, the white neighbors, the local cops assigned to investigate, the members of the Five Ends Baptist Church where Sportcoat was deacon, the neighborhood's Italian mobsters, and Sportcoat himself. As the story deepens, it becomes clear that the lives of the characters--caught in the tumultuous swirl of 1960s New York--overlap in unexpected ways. When the truth does emerge, McBride shows us that not all secrets are meant to be hidden, that the best way to grow is to face change without fear, and that the seeds of love lie in hope and compassion.

 

Registration requested. A link for Zoom will be sent out day of the meeting.

CONTACT: Sarah Seamans  978-388-8148  sseamans@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual

Join us virtually as we discuss Deacon King Kong by James McBride

Summary:  In Deacon King Kong, McBride brings to vivid life the people affected by the shooting: the victim, the African-American and Latinx residents who witnessed it, the white neighbors, the local cops assigned to investigate, the members of the Five Ends Baptist Church where Sportcoat was deacon, the neighborhood's Italian mobsters, and Sportcoat himself. As the story deepens, it becomes clear that the lives of the characters--caught in the tumultuous swirl of 1960s New York--overlap in unexpected ways. When the truth does emerge, McBride shows us that not all secrets are meant to be hidden, that the best way to grow is to face change without fear, and that the seeds of love lie in hope and compassion.

 

Registration requested. A link for Zoom will be sent out day of the meeting.

CONTACT:
  Sarah Seamans
  978.388.8148
   sseamans@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

Saturday May 29, 2021
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Memorial Day Holiday -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today. 

Monday May 31, 2021
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Memorial Day -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today. 

Monday July 5, 2021
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Independence Day Holiday -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today. 

Saturday September 4, 2021
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Labor Day Holiday -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today. 

Monday September 6, 2021
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Labor Day -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today. 

Monday October 11, 2021
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Columbus Day -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today. 

Thursday November 11, 2021
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Veteran's Day -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today. 

Wednesday November 24, 2021
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Thanksgiving Holiday -- Library Closes at 5:00pm

The Library will Close at 5:00pm today. 

Thursday November 25, 2021
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Thanksgiving -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today. 

Friday November 26, 2021
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Thanksgiving Holiday -- Library Closed

The Library is Closed today.  

Friday December 24, 2021
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Christmas Eve - Library Closed

The Library is Closed today.

Saturday December 25, 2021
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Christmas Day - Library Closed

The Library is Closed today.


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