Backyard gardening offers an economical way to have nutritious, safe local food and make positive contributions to the environment. Rita Wollmering, founder of The HERB FARMacy, will be at the library on Wed., April 23 at 6:30 pm to cover basic organic growing principles as well practical steps to build your soil, fight diseases and manage pests.
Learn the growing requirements (soil, sunlight, water) of different types of vegetables as well as tips for planting, harvesting, and preserving!
All are welcome to attend! No registration is required.
Love hula hooping?? Katie from Pinto Bella Hoops will be at the library on Wed., April 23 at 3 pm to give a teaching demonstration on how to hula hoop! Everyone will play with the different types and sizes of hoops where Katie will either teach basic hooping or give challenges and tricks to more experienced hoopers.
Everyone will then get together for a couple group games that teach teamwork and creativity with the hoop and then the program will end with a surprise! Don’t miss out!
PLEASE NOTE: This program is for those in grades 4 and up. The presentation itself is best for mid elementary school through high school.
NOBO (North of Boston) Handweavers evolved from a spirited collection of fiber artists who gathered for the first time in April of 2008 to simply talk about weaving and see what the outcome would be. Now celebrating its sixth year, NOBO will commemorate the group’s continuing fellowship by displaying handwovens on loan from its members at the Georgetown Peabody Library during the months of April and May. From historical to present day techniques, from natural to man-made fibers, from hand-held looms to room-sized looms, from beginner to seasoned weavers, the display will
illustrate the broad range of interests and skill levels of its members.
For more information about the Guild, please visit http://nobohandweavers.com
The Georgetown Library will be showing Frozen (PG) twice in April! The first screening is on April 16 at 2:30pm and is for teens only in grades 6 -12. The second screening is on April 25 at 2pm and all ages are welcome! Below is a summary of the movie:
Fearless optimist Anna sets off on an epic journey-teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven-to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom.
During the week of April 7-12, 2014, Massachusetts libraries will join others across the nation to provide a snapshot of what happens in a day in the life of libraries. How many books are checked out? How many people receive help finding a job? Doing their taxes? Doing their homework? During Snapshot Day, libraries will collect data and photos that can help demonstrate the value of libraries and raise public awareness that libraries are busier than ever.
On Friday, April 11, Georgetown Library will be participating in Library Snapshot Day. If you are in the library that day, be on the lookout for a librarian with a camera! If you have any questions, please visit: SnapMass for more information or contact the library. Stay tuned for more details!