Events Calendar / April 13, 2021
Marjorie Turner Hollman, author of Finding Easy Walks Wherever You Are and More Easy Walks in Massachusetts (featuring Framingham!) will offer suggestions of places to go nearby, as well as strategies for finding easy walks, avoiding crowds, and dressing for comfort in the outdoors.
Register at bit.ly/FPL-Events by 5pm on April 13.
This program is a collaboration between Framingham Public Library and Morse Institute Library, Natick.
Check out or place a hold on a copy of Finding Easy Walks Wherever You Are, from the Library HERE.
Check out or place a hold on a copy of More Easy Walks in Massachusetts, from the Library HERE.
We are also excited to announce a partnership with Barnes & Noble for our author talks! If you would like to purchase a signed copy of the book Finding Easy Walks Wherever You Are, please call the Framingham Barnes & Noble at (508) 628-5567 between April 6-16th and receive 20% off your purchase, and free shipping to your doorstep!
This is the epic story of Frankie Presto—the greatest guitar player who ever lived—and the six lives he changed with his six magical blue strings. Frankie, was abandoned as an infant, and raised by a music teacher in a small Spanish town, until war rips his life apart. At nine years old, he is sent to America in the bottom of a boat. His only possession is an old guitar and six precious strings. His amazing journey weaves him through the musical landscape of the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s, with his stunning playing and singing talent affecting numerous stars until, as if predestined, he becomes a pop star himself. But Frankie Presto’s gift is also his burden, as he realizes the power of the strings his teacher gave him, and how, through his music, he can actually affect people’s lives.
Led by Brigitte Griffin.
Register for the Zoom Link at: http://bit.ly/FPL-Events
The title for our May 11 discussion is The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende.
Led by Bernard Horn, Professor, Framingham State University
This class welcomes serious poets of all ages and levels of experience who would like to participate for one or more sessions. We begin with a discussion of a topic in poetry. Poets may discuss their work. If you are new to the group and would like to participate, please email FPLpoetryworkshop@gmail.com.
Starting on Tuesday, April 13, request a Grow a Bean Plant Take & Make Kit. Supplies are limited. Instructions are available in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Courtesy of the Seed Lending Library.
To request a kit, click HERE. Pick up your reserved kit beginning Tuesday, April 20.