Thursday April 19, 2018
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
POP UP ART with clever tools

gaudi-sampleJoin us for a fun, creative luminaria  craft, based on Antoni Gaudis' architecture.  Antoni Gaudi was an architect whose innovative and unique buildings are found in Barcelona Spain. His organic style is unique and was inspired by natural forms. Create a mosaic cityscape, in Gaudi’s style, with opaque and translucent papers. With a battery operated candle (included) we will transform the mosaic into a glowing luminaria!  Everyone will go home with their unique,  colorful luminaria!

Space is limited,  registration required.  For ages 6 and up.  

Funded by a Grant from Stoneham Business Community and Educational Foundation and M.E.L.D.

CONTACT:  Junior Library  781-438-1325  
LOCATION: Marcy Room

gaudi-sampleJoin us for a fun, creative luminaria  craft, based on Antoni Gaudis' architecture.  Antoni Gaudi was an architect whose innovative and unique buildings are found in Barcelona Spain. His organic style is unique and was inspired by natural forms. Create a mosaic cityscape, in Gaudi’s style, with opaque and translucent papers. With a battery operated candle (included) we will transform the mosaic into a glowing luminaria!  Everyone will go home with their unique,  colorful luminaria!

Space is limited,  registration required.  For ages 6 and up.  

Funded by a Grant from Stoneham Business Community and Educational Foundation and M.E.L.D.

CONTACT:
  Junior Library
  781.438.1325
  

LOCATION: Marcy Room

 
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6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Family Chess Club

No automatic alt text available.Join our junior and adults chess club every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. All levels are welcomed, If you are new to chess we will guide you, and if you are expert we will challenge you. Bring your game board if you have one.  However, the Library will have game boards available if you need one.   Hosted by Ayman Halaseh.  

CONTACT:  Junior Library  781-438-1325  
LOCATION: Marcy Room

No automatic alt text available.Join our junior and adults chess club every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. All levels are welcomed, If you are new to chess we will guide you, and if you are expert we will challenge you. Bring your game board if you have one.  However, the Library will have game boards available if you need one.   Hosted by Ayman Halaseh.  

CONTACT:
  Junior Library
  781.438.1325
  

LOCATION: Marcy Room

Tuesday April 24, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
All Ages StoryTime

~~Our Tuesday Storytime is for children of all ages,  0+.  A family FunTime. - come for age appropriate,  interactive  books, songs,  puppets, and very simple crafts!   The StoryTimes for this Winter session will happen Tuesday mornings  from March 6th through April 24th

Note however StoryTimes will be cancelled if school is cancelled.  

 .  No registration necessary,  join  us if you can.   Everyone welcome.   Bring a smile, but please do not bring a snack, no food allowed.    

CONTACT:  Junior Room  781-438-1325  
LOCATION: Children's Room

~~Our Tuesday Storytime is for children of all ages,  0+.  A family FunTime. - come for age appropriate,  interactive  books, songs,  puppets, and very simple crafts!   The StoryTimes for this Winter session will happen Tuesday mornings  from March 6th through April 24th

Note however StoryTimes will be cancelled if school is cancelled.  

 .  No registration necessary,  join  us if you can.   Everyone welcome.   Bring a smile, but please do not bring a snack, no food allowed.    

CONTACT:
  Junior Room
  781.438.1325
  

LOCATION: Children's Room

Wednesday April 25, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
StoryTime for ages 3+

    Our Wednesday StoryTime is for kids ages 3+  without a caregiver in the activity room.  - Come for great books, songs, puppets, and simple crafts!   Storytimes for this Spring session will happen each Wednesday from March 6th    through April 24tn . (Note, however, StoryTime will be cancelled if school is cancelled..)   

 

CONTACT:  Junior Library  781-438-1325  
LOCATION: Children's Room

    Our Wednesday StoryTime is for kids ages 3+  without a caregiver in the activity room.  - Come for great books, songs, puppets, and simple crafts!   Storytimes for this Spring session will happen each Wednesday from March 6th    through April 24tn . (Note, however, StoryTime will be cancelled if school is cancelled..)   

 

CONTACT:
  Junior Library
  781.438.1325
  

LOCATION: Children's Room

Monday April 30, 2018
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Book Discussion Group

We will read Kate Morton's, The Lake House.   "As always, Morton weaves an intriguing mystery, shifting between past and present and among fully realized characters harboring deep secrets."

The library book discussion group always looks forward to welcoming new members.  This event is free and open to the public.

 

 

 

 

 

CONTACT:  Reference Department  781-438-1324  saltzman@noblenet.org
LOCATION: Stoneham Room

We will read Kate Morton's, The Lake House.   "As always, Morton weaves an intriguing mystery, shifting between past and present and among fully realized characters harboring deep secrets."

The library book discussion group always looks forward to welcoming new members.  This event is free and open to the public.

 

 

 

 

 

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  781.438.1324
  saltzman@noblenet.org

LOCATION: Stoneham Room

Wednesday May 2, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Singing and dancing with children

SOUND PLAY at the Library!   Image result for children's music photosExperience the JOYS of music.  Join us for a fun time singing , dancing, fingerplays and other various activities.  with your children.  Amy Chin, Early Childhood Music Specialist, will  lead the program with  guitar, keyboard, harmonica, etc.   

Everyone welcome ages 0 to 5ish.  However space is limited and LATE ARRIVALS MAY BE TURNED AWAY.

Check out Sound Plays FaceBook page www.facebook.com/soundplaymc.

Looking forward to seeing your smiling faces.

CONTACT:  Junior Library  781-438-1325  
LOCATION: Marcy Room

SOUND PLAY at the Library!   Image result for children's music photosExperience the JOYS of music.  Join us for a fun time singing , dancing, fingerplays and other various activities.  with your children.  Amy Chin, Early Childhood Music Specialist, will  lead the program with  guitar, keyboard, harmonica, etc.   

Everyone welcome ages 0 to 5ish.  However space is limited and LATE ARRIVALS MAY BE TURNED AWAY.

Check out Sound Plays FaceBook page www.facebook.com/soundplaymc.

Looking forward to seeing your smiling faces.

CONTACT:
  Junior Library
  781.438.1325
  

LOCATION: Marcy Room

Thursday May 3, 2018
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6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Family Chess Club

No automatic alt text available.Join our junior and adults chess club every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. All levels are welcomed, If you are new to chess we will guide you, and if you are expert we will challenge you. Bring your game board if you have one.  However, the Library will have game boards available if you need one.   Hosted by Ayman Halaseh.  

CONTACT:  Junior Library  781-438-1325  
LOCATION: Marcy Room

No automatic alt text available.Join our junior and adults chess club every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. All levels are welcomed, If you are new to chess we will guide you, and if you are expert we will challenge you. Bring your game board if you have one.  However, the Library will have game boards available if you need one.   Hosted by Ayman Halaseh.  

CONTACT:
  Junior Library
  781.438.1325
  

LOCATION: Marcy Room

 
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7:00 PM
Mysteries Around the World

The mystery group will discuss, Under the Harrow by Flynn Berry. This novel is described as "a riveting psychological thriller and haunting exploration of the fierce love between two sisters, the distortions of grief, and the terrifiying power of the past."

The group encourages new members to join our discussion.  This event is free and open to the public.

 

 

CONTACT:  Reference Department  781-438-1324  saltzman@noblenet.org
LOCATION: Stoneham Room

The mystery group will discuss, Under the Harrow by Flynn Berry. This novel is described as "a riveting psychological thriller and haunting exploration of the fierce love between two sisters, the distortions of grief, and the terrifiying power of the past."

The group encourages new members to join our discussion.  This event is free and open to the public.

 

 

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  781.438.1324
  saltzman@noblenet.org

LOCATION: Stoneham Room


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