December 1 -31 2016Image of a can of Forgiveness Soup
In lieu of fines this month, we will collect food for the West Boylston Food Pantry. We will subtract one dollar from fines accrued on Beaman Library materials for each canned good or dry good you bring in. Only applies to overdue fines, not replacement costs for lost or damaged items. Please verify that the expiration dates on all food donations have at least 6 months before expiration. Thank you for helping your neighbors in need.


Thursday, December 8 from 2:30-4 p.m.
Turn an old book into a beautiful paper tree which you can give as a gift or use to decorate your own space! We will provide the supplies and you can create it adding your own finishing touches. This program is for Middle and High School students.


Tues., December 13 at 6:30 p.m. Image of helping Refugees
Between 2007-2012 Worcester accommodated more refugees than any other community in Massachusetts. Many organizations are involved in helping these refugees. Come learn how Worcester Refugee Assistance Project (WRAP) helps refugees settle in their new country. Meet people involved in different aspects of the program. Their book written by refugee children will be available for purchase.


Thursday, December 15 from 6-8 p.m.pretzels
Create some delectable edible treats as holiday gifts. You will make an assortment of treats including dipped pretzels, candy cane hearts, melted chocolate Olaf and more! We will supply all ingredients and gift containers. This program is limited to 16 attendees. Please sign-up at the Library before December 13.


Image of the book: The Lion, the witch, and the wardrobeOn December 15 at 12:30 p.m. we will be discussing The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. Copies of the selected book will be available at the library one month prior to the meeting date. Click here to see what we will be reading in the future.


piggy bank 1056615 640Thursday, January 5 at 6:30 p.m. (snow date Jan 12)
Please join us as we learn how to become debt free, properly protected and financially independent Representatives of Primerica Financial Services , Vickie Julian-Hughes and Robert Hughes, will discuss topics such as how to build a solid financial house, how to pay off debt years sooner, how life insurance really works, and the 3 Ds of investing. Register early to receive a complimentary copy of "How Money Works" when you attend.

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