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Library Calendar

  1. Take-and-Make STEAM Craft: STEM Week Edition

    October 19, 2020, 9:30 AM - October 23, 2020, 5:00 PM

    It's time to play with water! Many objects float and sink. But what makes them move this way? How do we use objects that float and sink? Find out in this steam kit as we look at basic principles of flotation and density in a way that can really sink in! Just register online to reserve your paddle boat. Items will be picked up the same as curbside with the registrant's name on the form for pickup. This kit is a bit on the complex side, so we're suggesting an age of 5+. If you are helping a child with the project, please count yourself as an attendee. Also in honor of STEM week, we have an extra project with Crazy8s! Take home sets of 20 or so different colored post-it notes to create art in their windows, for socially distanced friends to see. Ages 4+. Supplies are limited. Registration closes at 9pm the day before the event. If you are interested in a bag after registration has closed, call us at(781)-455-7559 ext 507 or email us and we can see if we have extra bags av

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  2. Take-and-Make Craft Kit: September Smorgasbord! **Registration Required**

    October 21, 2020, All Day

    Bored? Do you want some fun crafts to do? Look no further! Come pick up a take-and-make craft bag from the library! September Smorgasbord! What will you get? Each kit will have 3-5 simple crafts! Make a sample provided or a masterpiece all your own! While supplies last. Don't forget to send neechild @ pictures of your masterpieces so we can share them via social media! Registration closes at 9pm the day before the event for us to make sure everyone gets a link. If you are interested in attending on the day of an event, please call the children's department at (781)-455-7559 ext 507 or email the children's department and we can send you a link unless the event is full.

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  3. Preschool Palooza! **Registration Required**

    October 21, 2020, 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

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  4. Virtual Lego Club With Librarians Veronica and Marianna **Registration Required**

    October 21, 2020, 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM

    Join your friends online to build LEGO bricks along with librarians Veronica and Marianna! On Wednesdays at 3pm, log on to visit virtually with librarians and friends while building with your Lego bricks at home! Come and show off what you've built! You provide the legos, we provide the space! Registration closes at 9pm the day before the event for us to make sure everyone gets a link. If you are interested in attending on the day of an event, please call the children's department at (781)-755-7559 ext 507 or email the children's department with the link on the right and we can send you a login unless the event is full.

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  5. Tween Craft and Chat Hour Virtual Program (ages 10 - 12) **Registration Required**

    October 21, 2020, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

    Tweens ages 10 - 12 are invited to join Young Adult Librarian Erin in a safe space online for an hour of craft fun. This craft and chat session is just that... bring what ever crafts you'd like and work on them with friends virtually while chatting and unwinding. If you knit or crochet, bring your yarn crafts, coloring more your thing? Bring some markers, colored pencils, paper, coloring books, whatever, making friendship bracelets - bring your string... scrapbook stuff, collage stuff, just want to write something like a letter or a postcard or a novel? Bring that! Just come and have fun in a respectful way. If you're looking for ideas, Erin's more than happy to make some suggestions! Questions? Let Erin know that too by emailing her using the link on the right.

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Public Meetings Calendar

  1. ACCEPT Education Collaborative- BOARD of DIRECTORS’ MEETING

    October 21, 2020, 10:00 AM

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  2. Commissioners of Trust Funds

    October 21, 2020, 4:30 PM

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Senior Center Calendar

  1. Let's Laugh Today Zoom Laughter Club

    September 2, 2020, 7:30 PM - October 28, 2020, 8:15 PM

    Password: 014657 *Laughter is the best medicine so join this fun-loving crew to end the day with laughs and love! Anyone can do these easy, healthful breathing techniques along with simulated laughter that always seems to turn into real laughter! All ages and levels of physical ability are welcome. There are no fancy poses and no jokes or comedy is involved. There's plenty of free parking at all our venues. Since laughing is dehydrating, please bring your water bottle.

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  2. DRUMS ALIVE (Thru October)

    October 21, 2020, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

    Drum Alive is back Daily! Kelly has been given the opportunity to provide Drums Alive classes at home for people of ALL AGES. The classes are being sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield and are FREE to all participants while we are in Stay At Home orders. Please email Aicha with any questions. Let's get you started: Here is a link to a signup page. Once you fill out your contact info, I will send you more information to get going with classes at home.

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  3. PIIT with Lisa and Stephen (Personalized - Intensity Interval Training)

    October 21, 2020, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Meeting ID: 859 4613 1521 *Today, one of the most popular trending fitness classes in the mainstream fitness world is "High Intensity Interval Training." Our fitness crew, Lisa and Stephen have put together a version of this for our Center participants: Personalized - Intensity Interval Training.It is defined by what works best for you! It builds cardiovascular fitness while improving muscular strength and endurance. This is more personalized and geared towards individual levels.

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  4. A Great Songwriter's Astonishing Story Presented by Frank King

    October 21, 2020, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Meeting ID: 848 3861 8088 Password: 696750 *Frank King will tell the heartbreaking story of an unknown composer (we are keeping it a mystery!), who fought crippling adversity to become one of our most prolific and celebrated songwriters. Also included: the story behind 3 big hits from 1953; one of the most infamous moments in the history of American broadcasting, featuring Arthur Godfrey and Julius LaRosa; a lovely “September Song” medley; the beautiful “lost” ballad from “Peter Pan”; and more. This program is available to our participants due to the wonderful generosity of One Wingate Way and Wingate Residences. Thanks, Amy and Wingate Staff!

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