This month we are not reading a book but will instead have a social hour to debut the 2016 book list! Come meet and mingle with other members to share and receive recommendations for other good books, including those that did not make it onto the list!
The Book Club will meet Monday, December 14th at 6:30-7:30 p.m. OR Thursday, December 17th at 10:30 -11:30 a.m. in the Bigelow Auditorium. Feel free to join either session.
Please contact Karen Mattes at (508) 624-6992 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the Adult Book Club that you might have.
Have you met Odie? He visits the library once a month with his favorite human, Rachel. Kids who want to practice their reading are invited to cuddle up with a good book and a nice doggie, and gain confidence in their reading skills. Keep an eye on our Event Calendar to find our when he will be here next!
Do you like to read? Paint? Invent things in your secret laboratory? We have a club for you! Stop by, have fun, and meet other kids who like the same things you do.
Older elementary students who are fans of fantasy may want to check out the Muggle Support Group, where we talk about a different fantasy book every month! Kids just learning to read (in grades K-1) should stop by the New Kids on the Book club on the first Thursday of each month, and get reading!
Budding artists can explore a different medium each month with Debby in The Art Club Learn about clay, paint, felt, and more! Those more interested in the sciences might prefer to join Mad Science, and experiment with new techniques and concepts. Builders should come for our monthly LEGO Club and see what they can create!
New this fall: Chess Club will be meeting on the second Saturday of the month! Open to all skill levels, but please know the basics before you attend.
Some of our clubs require registration. Check our Event Calendar for details!
This month the Adult Book Club is doing an author study on Roland Merullo.
Copies of these books in various formats can be picked up anytime at the circulation desk prior to the meeting. Continue reading “Adult Book Club – November 2015” »
This FREE talk titled: “Using DNA and Its Application to Genealogy” is a basic introduction to DNA and how it can be used to enhance your research of your genealogy. Did you know your DNA can link you to a known family surname?
Jeff Carpenter is a genealogy enthusiast and a member of the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, Inc., Middlesex Chapter since 2004 and a Past State Treasurer.
Join us! Refreshments will be served!
Thursday October 22nd from 6:00pm-8:00pm
Register online at bit.ly/ApplyDNA
Contact: Anne Rouillard 508-624-6992 email@example.com