“In a Certain Light: Castles, Cathedrals and Monuments of England and Scotland.” The photography during October and November is by Darrell Eifert. This Photography show highlights 24 images from England and Scotland.
The Photographer and his wife, Library Director Ruth Eifert, will host an artist talk, travelog and travel tips for independent travellers on Tuesday, October 28 at 6:30. This program will feature photographs of the Eifert’s 30th Anniversary trip to England and Scotland, highlighting the details and planning stages, including photographer’s tips, to create this three-week trip.
Dorian will play original tunes and traditional American roots music focusing on the blues during his performance at the library on Mon., Oct. 20 at 6:30 PM.
For over 40 years Dorian Michael has been playing his unique blend of blues, jazz, folk, and rock & roll. His music is both exciting and lyrical as he travels with ease through the possibilities of the guitar.
The performance will run from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the library’s meeting room.
All are welcome to stop by!
A lot of activities are happening in the Children’s Room
There are still openings in the storytimes. The program ranges from 8 months to 2nd grade.
Wednesday, October 8th Reading to Wolfgang. Call 978-352-5728 to reserve a time. Friday, October 10th Family Lego Club
Friday, October 17th Reader’s Theater
Are you looking to join a book club??
The library is hoping to create an adult book club or a teen book club or a book club for both adults and teens.
Please go to this website below to provide us with some feedback:
Book Club Interest Survey
If you have any questions, please ask!
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The Salem witch trials of 1692 is one of the most infamous, and least-understood, episodes in American history. Rory O’Brien, author of the novel Gallows Hill, lays out the story of what happened, separating fact from fiction.
Salem’s licensed tour guide Rory O’Brien, author of the recently published novel, Gallows Hill (as well as four previous books on Rhode Island history) will present this fascinating and seasonally topical program at the library on Mon., October 6 at 7:00 pm, as well as have copies of his novel available to purchase afterward.
The talk will run from 7:00 to 8:00 pm in the library’s meeting room.
Free and open to adults!