Preview for FLOW members 9:00-noon. Open to the general public noon-8:00. Sale continues on Saturday at 9:00 and concludes at the end of the Family Carnival at 2:00.
Mindfulness is a great way to alleviate stress, develop more creativity, and cultivate more peace in your life. The practice can be added to any lifestyle and can be done anywhere. No special equipment or skills needed! Come and learn how to use your breath, mind, and body as tools to help you be more present and peaceful in every area of your life.
Join us to plant a small succulent container garden. All supplies will be provided, and registration is required. Limited spots, and this is for ages 16 and up. Please call the library at 432-7154 to register or for more information.
Mandalas are a geometric figure representing the universe in Hindu and Buddhist symbolism. Come for an evening of Zen as we create our own mandalas. Ages 16 and up, and registration is required. Please call the library at 432-7154 to register or for more information.
Trivia time again! Grab your friends and form a team, or come solo and join a group! Pizza and dessert! Ages 16 and up, and registration is required. Call the library at 432-7154 to sign up or with any questions.
Join us for a festive evening decorating wreaths! All materials will be provided, including artificial wreaths, but feel free to bring your own live or artificial wreath. There will be a variety of trimmings, and several different bows to choose from! This craft is limited to 20 people, ages 16 and up, and registration is required.
Back by popular demand! Heidi from Stampin’ Up will be helping us create holiday gift tags! Each will be unique and include cut-outs, stamps, and embellishments. This program is always popular and will fill up quickly. Ages 16 and up, and registration is required.
Before you sign up for Medicare this Open Enrollment Period, it is ESSENTIAL you meet with Dr. Tanya Feke. The best-selling author of Medicare Essentials: A Physician Insider Explains the Fine Print is set to deliver a fun and interactive talk that will not only teach you how Medicare works but will show you how to save hundreds to thousands of dollars over your Medicare experience.
Kenneth Gloss, proprietor of the internationally known Brattle Book Shop in Boston’s Downtown Crossing section, will give a free and open talk on Thursday, October 4 at 6:30 pm. Ken will discuss the value of old and rare books. Ken, who is also a frequent guest appraiser on PBS’ Antiques Roadshow, will talk in part about the history of his historic bookshop (www.brattlebookshop.com), which goes back to circa 1825. He is a second-generation owner.