Join us for an immersive story time adventure! Every Wednesday beginning September 23rd, at 10:30 am on our Facebook & YouTube page's. Together, we will take a story time journey with books, bubbles, songs, and movement. Librarians will present a virtual 15-20-minute program that will delight and amuse very young children. This program is designed for children Birth-3. There will be no program Wednesday, February 17th.
The Dinner Detectives is the library’s mystery book group. We discuss mysteries related to a different topic each month. You bring your book and dinner – we provide the coffee, dessert and discussion! New members welcome.
This month's topic is the future & mysteries
“Themed Reads” will be a year long book group in which you will read a book of your choice that corresponds to each month’s assigned theme. Monthly themes this year include: books that are also movies, books about mental health, books about bookstores or libraries and more! This month's theme is: Books set in a country you’d like to visit
New attendee's welcome!
Join Zoom Meeting
Professor Jason Sokol from the University of New Hampshire will be here on Thursday, March 11th at 6:30 pm to discuss the modern history of race and politics in the Northeast. Why did white fans come out to support Jackie Robinson as he broke baseball’s color barrier in 1948 even as Brooklyn’s blacks were shunted into segregated neighborhoods? How was African-American
politician Ed Brooke of Massachusetts, who won a Senate seat in 1966, undone by the resistance to desegregation busing in Boston? Is the Northeast’s history a microcosm of America as a whole: outwardly democratic, but inwardly conflicted over race? Please register for this Zoom event here or call 781-596-8867.
We are having a Teen Paint Nite hosted by the library!
We will be providing paint, brushes and a canvas and going through a fun painting tutorial for a picture you’ll have forever!
Interested in a day time book club at the library? Our afternoon book club meets the third Tuesday of the month at 1:00pm. New members welcome!
We will be reading Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano
Teen Cross Stich lessons with Craft Expert Brianna Richardson! Pick up your cross stich kit at the library when notified and register here! Spots are limited!
Are you an adult who enjoys reading YA? Do you wish you had other adults you could talk to about it without shame? If so, then this is the book club for you!
This month we'll be discussing The Cruel Prince by Holly Black.