Events Calendar / February 10, 2021

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Mother Goose on the Loose


Zoom Mother Goose on the Loose with Jennifer
Wednesdays January 27- March 17 

Contact beginning January 11 to pre-register, schedule your supply pick-up, and get the zoom invites. Spaces are limited.

Mother Goose on the Loose is an eight-week, thirty-minute program that uses rhymes, songs, puppets, instruments, and more to stimulate the learning process of babies and toddlers. A bag of supplies including books, shakers, and more is required to participate; remember to schedule a pickup time when you register. 

Ages 0-3 with caregiver

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Yeti Storytime

Yeti Storytime
Tuesday, February 16, 2021, 11:00-11:30am (Ages 3+)
Join Miss Jill and Mr. Dana for a special winter themed Yeti storytime with a snack, and a craft! Registration required; kit available for pickup at the Main and McAuliffe branches with all your supplies and treat. Please register at and schedule a time to pick up your kit.

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Stretch and Relax

Join this class to maintain body flexibility, improve balance and reduce stress.

If you have NEVER attended this class, please register at this link: If you HAVE attended any of our online exercise classes in the past, we already have your information, and you do not need to register again. 

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Sci-Fi Book Group: Mars, by Ben Bova (In Memoriam)

Jamie Waterman, a Native American geologist, is chosen at the last minute for the first manned exploration of the planet Mars. On touchdown, he makes a political mistake that sets off a chain reaction among the leaders and politicians on Earth. Thus starts Bova’s sprawling space opera in which the expedition is really the protagonist, not the international cast of characters.

(Available in our catalog in print and as an eBook or audiobook on Hoopla)

Led by Lucy Loveridge, Library Liaison. Please email to receive the Zoom invitation.

The title for our March 10 discussion is Zed, by Joanna Kavenna.