Events Calendar / October 06, 2020

Puzzle Swap is back! thumbnail Photo

Puzzle Swap is back!

Request a puzzle to pick up at McAuliffe through http://bit.ly/Puzzle_Swap_Request and then take it home! Choose how many pieces you'd prefer the puzzle to contain and bring home some fun. Just like with our in-person Puzzle Swap, you can choose to return it to the Branch when you are finished, or bring back a completely different puzzle (or any extra puzzles you wish to join the swap!).

ALL KITS RESERVED: Take and Make Kit: 3D Puzzle Foam Animals thumbnail Photo

ALL KITS RESERVED: Take and Make Kit: 3D Puzzle Foam Animals

ALL KITS ARE CURRENTLY RESERVED. IF WE HAVE EXTRAS, THE REGISTRATION FORM WILL OPEN UP AGAIN.

Make a puzzle out of foam pieces to create a surprise 3D animal. All materials are provided in a kit available for curbside pickup starting October 6. Supplies are limited. Ages 5-12. Please register at https://tinyurl.com/AnimalPuzzle and schedule a time to pick up your kit. This program is paid for by the Framingham Cultural Council and through the Mass Cultural Council.

We'd love to see and share your creations! If you're comfortable, please send us photos of your kids building the kit or after for us to share on our social media.

Main Library Book Group: The Dutch House by Ann Patchett thumbnail Photo

Main Library Book Group: The Dutch House by Ann Patchett

Patchett is at her subtle yet shining finest in this gloriously incisive, often droll, quietly suspenseful drama of family, ambition, and home ... With echoes of F. Scott Fitzgerald and in sync with Alice McDermott, Patchett gracefully choreographs surprising revelations and reunions as her characters struggle with questions of heredity, altruism, forgiveness, social expectations, and the need to be one’s true self. (From Booklist review by Donna Seaman.)

Please email framinghamlibrarybookgroups2@gmail.com for the Zoom link to join.
 

Available in our catalog, and as an eBook and audiobook on Overdrive/Libby, and audiobook on Hoopla.

 

The title for our November 3 discussion is Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano.