Events Calendar / December 05, 2019

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Early Release Hangout (Main Library)

Since we just watched a movie last week, this time we’ll have games, snacks, and other hangout activities at both libraries.

Grades 6-12

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Early Release: Open LEGO

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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Special Play Space Activities

Drop in to play with the additional, rotating stations in our Play Space. 

Thursdays 6:00-8:00pm
Fridays 11:00am-1:00pm

Preschool ages.

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Adult Coloring Night

Join us for an evening of coloring, calming tea, and music. Whether you love to color for fun or enjoy filling in all the details, coloring is relaxing and therapeutic! We will provide colored pencils and coloring pages for all levels. You are welcome to bring your own materials. No registration is required.

Meets first and third Thursdays of the month.

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Crazy Craft Ladies Winter Craft

Please join the Crazy Craft Ladies for our next adult craft night! Create your own decoupage Mason jar votive holders. All materials are provided.

Space is limited and registration is required. Please call 508-532-5636 X4 to register.

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Lifelong Learning Lecture: Fall & Rise: The Story of 9/11

Guest Speaker Mitchell Zuckoff, Redstone Professor of Narrative Studies, Boston University

Author Mitchell Zuckoff, who covered 9/11 for the Globe, will describe the inside story of how he wrote the first comprehensive, narrative nonfiction account of the worst terrorist attacks in American history. As a member of The Boston Globe Spotlight Team, he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist.