Events Calendar / July 22, 2021

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Job Search Assistance

Looking for a job? Need to create or update a resume?
Make an appointment for remote, one-on-one Resume Help and Job Searching Strategies.
Thursdays, 9am-1:30pm, via Zoom*

Please email for your appointment.
*If you need access to a computer, please email us at or call the Main Library at 508-532-5570, and speak with one of the staff.

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Morning Book Group: Caveat Emptor: The Secret Life of an American Art Forger by Ken Perenyi

Ten years ago, an FBI investigation in conjunction with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York was about to expose a scandal in the art world that would have been front-page news in New York and London. After a trail of fake paintings of astonishing quality led federal agents to art dealers, renowned experts, and the major auction houses, the investigation inexplicably ended, despite an abundance of evidence collected. The case was closed and the FBI file was marked “exempt from public disclosure.” Now that the statute of limitations on these crimes has expired and the case appears hermetically sealed shut by the FBI, this book, Caveat Emptor, is Ken Perenyi’s confession. It is the story, in detail, of how he pulled it all off.

Led by Jillian Holmberg. The title for our August 19, 11am discussion, is The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

Register for the Zoom Link at: Borrow the eBook or audiobook on Overdrive/Libby, or request a copy through the Minuteman Catalog, or request one of the copies held at McAuliffe.

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Curious Creatures

Join us for an exciting live animal program with Curious Creatures! These amazing animal educators have a selection of mammals, bugs, and reptiles for this hands-on and educational program. Please register at to reserve your spot to attend this program. Registration begins July 6. This program is paid for by the Framingham Cultural Council and through the Mass Cultural Council.

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The Raptor Trust: Appreciating Vultures

Learn about the two vulture species that call the northeast home, the important roles they play in our local ecosystems, and threats vultures face locally and globally. This program includes original footage of vultures, including Winston (a black vulture) and Virgil (a turkey vulture), who reside at The Raptor Trust as ambassador birds.

Attendance is limited—first come, first served. Register HERE by 7pm on July 22.

This program is part of our Tails & Tales Summer Reading program. Visit the Summer Reading page to learn more about our Summer Reading program and to see upcoming events for all ages.