Events

For information about adult events contact the Circulation Desk at 583-3408 Ext. 2

 

For information about events for kids and teens contact the Children's / Youth Services Department at 583-3408 Ext. 3

All Events

6/27/2019

Anime Club

12:00pm - 2:00pm

A club for Tweens & Teens ("T & T") who are fans of anime & manga! Meet every week to watch & talk about anime - with free snacks! 

Please click below for more information and to register.

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I'm An Alien!" Photoshop Class for kids and teens

12:00pm

Learn really cool tricks for how to turn a photo of yourself into a freaky alien!

Made possible by a grant from IMLS administered by MBLC. Class size limited to four; please click below to register.

 

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D & D for Beginners!

4:00pm - 6:00pm

 Experienced players will teach beginners how to play, then lead them through their first D&D campaign!

Space limited to 10 participants. Please  click below to register.

 

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Going to Extremes

6:30pm - 7:30pm

GOING TO EXTREMES ~ An award-winning adventure travel journalist for The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, National Geographic, and The Providence JournalPeter Mandel hunts his stories and photos in the world's far corners, including Antarctica, India, Egypt, Patagonia, the fjords of Norway, the mountain pathways of Japan, and the deserts of Africa. 
 
The author of ten books, he'll show slides of his most extreme travel experiences—surviving a coup in Ecuador, visiting a ‘city’ of penguins at the South Pole, fishing for piranha on Brazil’s Rio Negro, floating in the Goodyear Blimp, sailing on an Arctic icebreaker, camping in the African bush, and kayaking to the Statue of Liberty—and talk about how adventure travel turns to prose in today's media.  
 
Mandel's books have been published by Simon & Schuster, Macmillan, HarperCollins and Henry Holt. One of his Boston Globe articles won the 2005 Lowell Thomas gold medal from the Society of American Travel Writers for adventure travel article of the year. Other articles, for The Washington Post and the Baltimore Sun, won Lowell Thomas Awards in 2003, 2006 and 2007.

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Happy Hour Book Club

6:45pm - 7:55pm

6/28/2019

Ludlow in Legos!

10:00am - 11:00am

It has never been done before: we are going to try to build all of Ludlow's important buildings out of Legos!

We need experienced builders to help design and create the schools, stores, churches, factories - and of course the library! We will also have Duplos available for little builders.

Please click below to register.

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Ludlow in Legos!

10:00am - 11:00am

It has never been done before: we are going to try to build all of Ludlow's important buildings out of Legos!

We need experienced builders to help design and create the schools, stores, churches, factories - and of course the library! We will also have Duplos available for little builders.

Please click below to register.

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Make Moon Bath Bombs!

1:00pm

Follow a simple recipe to make moon-shaped "bombs" to put in the tub for a relaxing bath experience!

Drop-in.

7/01/2019

THE SUMMER VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

The Library needs volunteers aged 11 & up (or going into 6th grade in the fall) during the summer to put away books, help prepare arts & crafts projects, & assist with the younger kids’ programs. Volunteers generally work one hour a week. If you are interested, pick up an application form & return it to the Children’s Department (NOT the Circulation Desk, please!) by June 20th at the latest.
All volunteers must attend a training session, unless they have been volunteering at the Library during the school year. Training sessions last about 2 hours. Please sign up for one when you return your signed volunteer form!

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Outdoor Art: Splatter Painting!

1:30pm

Learn about famous artist Jackson Pollock and his fun painting style, and then head outside to make your own drip paintings on the lawn! (Wear clothing you don’t mind getting paint on) Rain date: Monday, July 8th 1:30pm. Recommended for ages 3 & up. Please click below to register.

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