Events Calendar / November 14, 2022

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Monday Storytime at McAuliffe

Join your familiar children’s librarians for some stories and a craft, and keep adding to your 1000 books before Kindergarten list.

Ages 2-5, all welcome. In-person.

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Fairytale Engineering

 Every fairytale has a problem, join us to help solve the problems using fun and strange materials! Ages 8+

Join us September 12 Jack & the Beanstalk, October 17 for Rapunzel, November 14 for Three Billy Goats Bluff, and December 12 for Three Little Pigs.

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Tone and Stretch

A variety of functional fitness exercises to tone core, upper and lower body muscles followed by stretches. This is a low impact class designed to be adaptable to participants’ different levels.

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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Adult Coloring Night

Join us for an evening of coloring 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.

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Author Event: Celebrating Naval Historian James David Hornfischer

James David Hornfischer has been called “The Dean of American Naval Historians” among his countless accolades and awards. His four historical accounts are US Navy Classics and won Jim the highest award bestowed upon a civilian by the Navy. “Who Can Hold the Sea: The US Navy in the Cold War 1945-1960,” was his final book, and was written during his own two-year, losing battle with Glioblastoma brain cancer. The program will be led by Jim’s parents, Framingham residents David and Elsa Hornfischer, along with Chris Newton, narrator of the new new book and a treasured friend of Jim since high school. They will touch on Jim’s life, his acclaimed Naval histories, and give primary focus and a few readings from the new book identifying many of the issues of the early stages of the Cold War, which remain relevant today.