Image of the earth from spaceWednesdays, September 21, October 5 & October 12 at 6:00 p.m.
We’re recognizing World Space Week (October 4 – 10) by showing three space-related movies. We will  watch a boy make his space dreams come true, see the dangers of space and view an apollo mission!


Wednesday, September 28 from 6:30-8 p.m. Thea edited 1

Born in Munich Germany in 1923, Thea Aschkenase is a Worcester resident active in the Intergenerational Urban Institute and a member of the Hunger Outreach team. Thea is an Auschwitz Holocaust survivor, committed to teaching about hunger and sharing her story. Copies of her book: Remembering: A Holocaust Survivor Shares Her Life, published by Worcester State University will be available for purchase.


Thursday, October 6 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.  sweetsimage

Share some of the goodies that you love to make with other cooks. Please bring your recipe so we can make photocopies to share. Sign up at the Library, or call the library at 508-835-3711 to sign up and tell us what you’re bringing!


UnknownOn October 20 at 12:30 p.m. we will be discussing The Book of Unknown Americans by Christina Henriquez. 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.


Wednesday, October 5 from 6:30-8 p.m.makey2
Do some fun experiments with the Library’s new electronic circuitry kits! We will be playing notes with bananas, creating drawings that “sing” and crafting a mini sound effects band. Limited to 8 participants. Please sign up for this program by September 30.


October 14, 2016 from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

Image of an owlExplore the world of owls with naturalist Marcia Wilson, who will present “Who’s Watching You? Owls of the World,” at the First Congregational Church on 26 Central Street. The fun and interactive program offers something for everyone, from Kindergarten to adult. Attendees will learn more about these secretive birds of prey, practice hooting, and get close-up views of six rescued owls. Each owl presented has a disability that prevents him or her from surviving on their own in the wild. These non-releasable owls serve as captivating ambassadors from the world of wildlife.

Tickets are $5 per person or $10 per family, and are available in advance at the library. Proceeds will benefit the Friends of the Library.


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