Photo by Ed Pelletier
NEWS AND EVENTS
Keep reading those banned books. It’s your freedom we’re talking about.
WEE READ meets on Mondays at 10am in the Children’s Room. Story and small crafts to enjoy.
Thursday November 10 at 7:00pm join us for an author talk by Barbara Parry of Springdelle Farm, author of Adventures in Yarn Farming: Four Seasons on a New England Fiber Farm. Enjoy refreshments as Barb tells us of her sheep and shows pictures of her beautiful farm.
Genealogy Club meets Saturday, December 3, at 10:00am.
Due to Thanksgiving, there will be no book discussion in November. Instead, we are reading Alan Turing: the Enigma by Andrew Hodges to discuss on December 29. This interesting biography gives insight into the life of an important contributor to the fight against Hitler in World War II as well as to the growth of computer science.
Glass Rainbow – James Lee Burke
A Nose for Justice – Rita Mae Brown
Rainwater – Sandra Brown
What the body remembers – Shauna Singh Baldwin
This is who we were: in the 1970′s – Scott Derks
Everything guide to starting and running a nonprofit – Jim Goettler
YA and J
Coding Games in Scratch – Jon Woodcock
DK Workbooks: Coding in Scratch: Games Workbook – Jon Woodcook
Miss something? Check the Recent Acquisitions lists near the photocopier.
Add Art to your experience. The library has passes to Berkshire Museum, The Clark, Historic Deerfield, Mass MoCA, Smith College Art Museum., and Wistariahurst Museum in Holyoke.
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