Reading to the Library Dog

Children's Little Room

Come and read to Aston, a certified therapy dog.  This program is designed to help develop reading skills and is recommended for children who want to practice their reading fluency. Registration for a 15 minute session is required.   Sign up for a time below.  If you would like to be placed on the waiting list […]

Artist Maureen DeSisto Reception

Meeting Room

The Library is pleased to exhibit artist Maureen DeSisto's work for the month of November. There will be a reception on Monday, November 27 at 6:30PM. All are welcome to attend.

Georgetown Strength, Stretch, and Balance

Meeting Room

Free program open to all Town of Georgetown employees and their spouses. This is a low intensity program targeted for beginners and the avid exercisers who are ready to jump start their fitness program. Classes include light stretching to combat arthritis, balance exercises to help prevent falls, and a strengthening portion to improve strength. Resistance […]

Author Talk: Alena Dillon

Meeting Room

The Friends of the Georgetown Peabody Library are pleased to host author Alena Dillon. Refreshments will be served. Alena Dillon is the author of Mercy House, a Library Journal Best Book of 2020, The Happiest Girl in the World, a Good Morning America pick, My Body Is A Big Fat Temple, a memoir of pregnancy […]

Play Group

Meeting Room

Families are invited to the library to play and explore with toys and everyday materials. All ages are welcome, keep in mind there may be some small parts.

Georgetown Historical Society Annual Meeting

Meeting Room

Historic Milestones: More than Just Old Road Signs  This year’s speakers are researchers, Mary Gage, and James Gage, they will give a presentation on the historic milestones marking the mileage on the old roads of Massachusetts and southeastern New Hampshire. They will be discussing their history, explain how to decipher the cryptic abbreviations used on […]

Kid’s Take and Make Kit – Clay Snowperson

The snowman kits will be available all week or until they run out in the children's room.  One kit per child. Created a clay snowperson and then decorate them however you want.