Tuesday September 8, 2020 - Thursday December 31, 2020
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Teen Virtual Art Show

Do you like to paint, draw, or take photographs?  Send your artwork to aplyoungadult@gmail.com to be in our Virtual Art Show.

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

Do you like to paint, draw, or take photographs?  Send your artwork to aplyoungadult@gmail.com to be in our Virtual Art Show.

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

Monday September 28, 2020
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10:00 AM
Storytime Take-Out!

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.

How it works: You register here (or give us a call at 978-388-8148 x4 to get signed up) each week you’d like to receive take out. We will let you know what kinds of things to expect each of the week so that you can pick and choose which weeks you’d like! 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!

When you register please specify your child's age so we can cater our book selection! 

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

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.

How it works: You register here (or give us a call at 978-388-8148 x4 to get signed up) each week you’d like to receive take out. We will let you know what kinds of things to expect each of the week so that you can pick and choose which weeks you’d like! 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!

When you register please specify your child's age so we can cater our book selection! 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp


Friday October 2, 2020
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(Virtual Art Talk) Norman Rockwell: Inclusion, Exclusion and Evolving Views on Race

Join us for a virtual art talk! Norman Rockwell is heralded for depicting and defining American life. He often captured bittersweet images of people experiencing universal and relatable feelings of being left out or left behind. Yet, as an artist working in the 20th century, his works are curiously devoid of America’s rich cultural and racial diversity. Toward the end of his career, Rockwell painted several poignant works about race in America that can be seen as an extension of his earlier sense of the power of inclusion and exclusion.

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.

Registration is requested.

CONTACT: Aimie Westphal  978-388-8148 x614  awestphal@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual
There are 94 spaces available.

Join us for a virtual art talk! Norman Rockwell is heralded for depicting and defining American life. He often captured bittersweet images of people experiencing universal and relatable feelings of being left out or left behind. Yet, as an artist working in the 20th century, his works are curiously devoid of America’s rich cultural and racial diversity. Toward the end of his career, Rockwell painted several poignant works about race in America that can be seen as an extension of his earlier sense of the power of inclusion and exclusion.

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.

Registration is requested.

CONTACT:
  Aimie Westphal
  978.388.8148 x614
   awestphal@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

There are 94 spaces available.

Monday October 5, 2020
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10:00 AM
Storytime Take-Out!

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.

How it works: You register here (or give us a call at 978-388-8148 x4 to get signed up) each week you’d like to receive take out. We will let you know what kinds of things to expect each of the week so that you can pick and choose which weeks you’d like! 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!

When you register please specify your child's age so we can cater our book selection! 

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

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.

How it works: You register here (or give us a call at 978-388-8148 x4 to get signed up) each week you’d like to receive take out. We will let you know what kinds of things to expect each of the week so that you can pick and choose which weeks you’d like! 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!

When you register please specify your child's age so we can cater our book selection! 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp


Monday October 12, 2020
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Library Closed -- Columbus Day

The Library is Closed today. 

Tuesday October 13, 2020
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10:00 AM
Storytime Take-Out!

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.

How it works: You register here (or give us a call at 978-388-8148 x4 to get signed up) each week you’d like to receive take out. We will let you know what kinds of things to expect each of the week so that you can pick and choose which weeks you’d like! 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!

When you register please specify your child's age so we can cater our book selection! 

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

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.

How it works: You register here (or give us a call at 978-388-8148 x4 to get signed up) each week you’d like to receive take out. We will let you know what kinds of things to expect each of the week so that you can pick and choose which weeks you’d like! 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!

When you register please specify your child's age so we can cater our book selection! 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp


Wednesday October 14, 2020
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7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
APL Board of Trustees Meeting

Monthly meeting of the Amesbury Public Library Board of Library Trustees. Takes place at the Amesbury Senior Community Center, 68 Elm Street, Amesbury, MA

For information and minutes of past meetings, please visit the Trustees' Page on the library's website.

 
CONTACT: Erin Matlin  978-388-8148  ematlin@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Senior Community Center

Monthly meeting of the Amesbury Public Library Board of Library Trustees. Takes place at the Amesbury Senior Community Center, 68 Elm Street, Amesbury, MA

For information and minutes of past meetings, please visit the Trustees' Page on the library's website.

 
CONTACT:
  Erin Matlin
  978.388.8148
   ematlin@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Senior Community Center

Monday October 19, 2020
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10:00 AM
Storytime Take-Out!

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.

How it works: You register here (or give us a call at 978-388-8148 x4 to get signed up) each week you’d like to receive take out. We will let you know what kinds of things to expect each of the week so that you can pick and choose which weeks you’d like! 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!

When you register please specify your child's age so we can cater our book selection! 

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

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.

How it works: You register here (or give us a call at 978-388-8148 x4 to get signed up) each week you’d like to receive take out. We will let you know what kinds of things to expect each of the week so that you can pick and choose which weeks you’d like! 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!

When you register please specify your child's age so we can cater our book selection! 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp


Monday October 26, 2020
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10:00 AM
Storytime Take-Out!

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.

How it works: You register here (or give us a call at 978-388-8148 x4 to get signed up) each week you’d like to receive take out. We will let you know what kinds of things to expect each of the week so that you can pick and choose which weeks you’d like! 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!

When you register please specify your child's age so we can cater our book selection! 

CONTACT: Clare Dombrowski  978-388-8148  cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Curbside PickUp
There is 1 space available.

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.

How it works: You register here (or give us a call at 978-388-8148 x4 to get signed up) each week you’d like to receive take out. We will let you know what kinds of things to expect each of the week so that you can pick and choose which weeks you’d like! 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!

When you register please specify your child's age so we can cater our book selection! 

CONTACT:
  Clare Dombrowski
  978.388.8148
   cdombrowski@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Curbside PickUp

There is 1 space available.

Wednesday October 28, 2020
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6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Was your Great Grandmother a Suffragist Virtual
This talk explores the multi-facted suffrage movement from the 1830s to 1920. Tips for researching suffragist ancestors will be provided.
 
Lori Lyn Price, MAS, MLA, has worked on her personal genealogy for 20 years and recently completed a master’s degree in history with an emphasis on history of medicine. She loves sharing her passion for social history, genealogy, and bringing ancestors to life by placing them in historical and social context. More information about Lori can be found at bridgingthepast
 

This program was funded by the Amesbury Public Library Charitable Trust.

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

CONTACT: Margie Walker  978-388-8148  mwalker@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual
There are 38 spaces available.
This talk explores the multi-facted suffrage movement from the 1830s to 1920. Tips for researching suffragist ancestors will be provided.
 
Lori Lyn Price, MAS, MLA, has worked on her personal genealogy for 20 years and recently completed a master’s degree in history with an emphasis on history of medicine. She loves sharing her passion for social history, genealogy, and bringing ancestors to life by placing them in historical and social context. More information about Lori can be found at bridgingthepast
 

This program was funded by the Amesbury Public Library Charitable Trust.

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

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

There are 38 spaces available.

Wednesday November 11, 2020
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Library Closed -- Veteran's Day

The Library is Closed today. 

 
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7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
APL Board of Trustees Meeting

Monthly meeting of the Amesbury Public Library Board of Library Trustees. Takes place at the Amesbury Senior Community Center, 68 Elm Street, Amesbury, MA

For information and minutes of past meetings, please visit the Trustees' Page on the library's website.

 
CONTACT: Erin Matlin  978-388-8148  ematlin@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Senior Community Center

Monthly meeting of the Amesbury Public Library Board of Library Trustees. Takes place at the Amesbury Senior Community Center, 68 Elm Street, Amesbury, MA

For information and minutes of past meetings, please visit the Trustees' Page on the library's website.

 
CONTACT:
  Erin Matlin
  978.388.8148
   ematlin@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Senior Community Center

Wednesday November 25, 2020
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Library Closes at 5:00pm --Thanksgiving Holiday

The Library closes at 5:00pm today.  

Thursday November 26, 2020
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Library Closed--Thanksgiving Day

The Library is Closed today. 

Friday November 27, 2020
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Library Closed--Thanksgiving Holiday

The Library is Closed today. 

Wednesday December 9, 2020
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7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
APL Board of Trustees Meeting

Monthly meeting of the Amesbury Public Library Board of Library Trustees. Takes place at the Amesbury Senior Community Center, 68 Elm Street, Amesbury, MA

For information and minutes of past meetings, please visit the Trustees' Page on the library's website.

 
CONTACT: Erin Matlin  978-388-8148  ematlin@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Senior Community Center

Monthly meeting of the Amesbury Public Library Board of Library Trustees. Takes place at the Amesbury Senior Community Center, 68 Elm Street, Amesbury, MA

For information and minutes of past meetings, please visit the Trustees' Page on the library's website.

 
CONTACT:
  Erin Matlin
  978.388.8148
   ematlin@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Senior Community Center

Thursday December 24, 2020
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Library Closed-- Christmas Eve

The Library is Closed today. 

Friday December 25, 2020
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Library Closed-- Christmas Day

The Library is Closed today. 

Thursday December 31, 2020
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Library Closes at 5:00pm -- New Year's Eve

The Library is Closes at 5:00pm today. 

Tuesday January 12, 2021
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6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Who are you ???? Virtual
Submit your genealogy/family tree puzzles and hopefully get an answer on the spot.  This program will allow you to bring your family tree questions and learn how to find the answers, and hopefully get an answer.  Using local and on line resources, Lynn will attempt to answer and assist you with your family tree questions.  Do you have a relative you think was a veteran?  Want to find proof?  Do you have a blank on your family tree and want to have it filled in?    The purposes of this session is for you to bring your questions and puzzles to the program and see if we can get answers.  
 
Please send your questions or issues that you are having to mwalker@amesburylibrary.org before the session and we will try to have the answer for you the day of the program!
 

This program is funded by the Amesbury Public Library Charitable Trust.

Registration is required.  We will email you the link the day of the program.

CONTACT: Margie Walker  9783888148  mwalker@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual
There are 12 spaces available.
Submit your genealogy/family tree puzzles and hopefully get an answer on the spot.  This program will allow you to bring your family tree questions and learn how to find the answers, and hopefully get an answer.  Using local and on line resources, Lynn will attempt to answer and assist you with your family tree questions.  Do you have a relative you think was a veteran?  Want to find proof?  Do you have a blank on your family tree and want to have it filled in?    The purposes of this session is for you to bring your questions and puzzles to the program and see if we can get answers.  
 
Please send your questions or issues that you are having to mwalker@amesburylibrary.org before the session and we will try to have the answer for you the day of the program!
 

This program is funded by the Amesbury Public Library Charitable Trust.

Registration is required.  We will email you the link the day of the program.

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  9783888148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

There are 12 spaces available.

Monday April 5, 2021
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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 link will be sent to you the day of the program.

CONTACT: Margie Walker  978-388-8148  mwalker@amesburylibrary.org
LOCATION: Virtual
There are 38 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 link will be sent to you the day of the program.

CONTACT:
  Margie Walker
  978.388.8148
   mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

LOCATION: Virtual

There are 38 spaces available.


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