Events Calendar / October 19, 2019

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Book Buddy: Reading to Dogs

Improve your reading skills the fun way by reading aloud to your new Book Buddy.

Registration required. Call 508-532-5636 x5 or drop by to sign up for a 15 minute slot.

 All ages.

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Friends Monthly Book Sale

9:30-10:00am: Friends Members 
10:00am-3:00pm: Open to the public

Most Books $1.00 or less; Children’s .50 or less; single DVD’s $2.00.

We have something for everyone!! 3 Rooms + the lobby chock full of books

Check out the vast children’s section, discover the foreign books collection, and peruse the many books in all genres.  The lobby features an assortment of high-quality books at $2.00 each.

Thanks to your support of the Friends, we can provide free movies, concerts, programs, museum passes, audio books, CDs, Children’s Room apps, and many other services to patrons and the Framingham community.

Many thanks to renewing corporate members: Bernardi Toyota, L/R General Contractors, The Optical View, & True Salon and Color Cafe. And a big welcome to this month’s new member: McCarthy, McKinney, & Lawler Funeral Home.

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Baby Lapsit

Saturday October 19
Fridays October 11 and 25

Come sing and play with words, rhyme, and puppets at Baby Lapsit!  Parents can network while babies pick up phonological awareness, one of six foundations of future reading success. 

Ages 0-2 with caregiver.

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Drop-in and make something creative with our supplied LEGOs. Look through our LEGO idea books to make something super exciting or design your own structure! Leave your name with the creation, and we’ll display it on top of our shelves for a month!

Grades K+.       

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Storywalk (every day through November 15)

Take a self-guided walk around the library to read our fall title, Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds! Start at the bottom of the Pearl St. ramp, continue around the building, up the Lexington St. steps, then halfway down the ramp to the stairs to the Reading Garden and the end of the story.