Poésie et Pâtisserie au Printemps (Poetry and Pastry in the Spring)
Thursday, 12 April, from 7-9 pmCome to the Library with a poem of your own or one that you’ve selected to read (in either French or English!), and enjoy literature and French pastry from Momo’s Food Emporium, salon style.
Learn to Tango
Every Thursday in April, from 7-9 pm in Liberty Hall, Ray Bartlett will teach you how to tango. Join us for some fun, and to acquire or brush up your skills. Anyone interested in dancing or learning how to dance is invited. Ray’s focus is on Argentine tango; check out the web site at www.capecodtango.org.
Saturday, 14 April, from 1-2 pmBring your children with their unique Easter Bonnet or Hat, and parade with the dogs! One child will be given a special award for the Most Unique Easter Hat! After the parade, the children and dogs will interact by playing Choose the Correct Chicken and Egg! Learn about therapy dogs and whether your own dog has the potential to be one. Everyone is welcome.
Final Fenway Fiction: author talk
Saturday, 14 April, at 2:30 pmSteven Bergman is an author, musical director, and lyricist who will introduce us to his latest work in this compilation about the Red Sox. The Choral Teacher and Drama Director for the Littleton Middle and High Schools in Littleton, MA, Steve has directed, conducted, and been the accompanist for many musical shows and performances. His musical The Curse of the Bambino won the Margaret Fairbanks Jory award in 2001. Join us for a fascinating afternoon!
Learn eBay basicsMonday, 23 April, 9-10 amHave you always been curious about eBay but never quite got around to trying it? Join us as Bill Donle explains the structure of eBay, how to set up an account, the best ways to search for items, and how to bid.
Start Selling on eBay: Advanced eBay
Wednesday, 25 April, 9-11 amBill Donle will instruct you on how to set up a seller’s account on eBay, and the various options and strategies you can use to attract people to the items you wish to sell. A good way to clean out your house!
Take a historical walking tour of Marstons Mills
Monday, 30 April, 10:30 am, meeting at the LibraryProf. Jim Gould will guide us through historical sites in the village of Marstons Mills. The hour-long gentle walk will see the homes of Marstons Mills’ sea captains that were featured for seven years in Dr. Gould’s walks for Martitime History Week. We will also hear the stories of our Library, of Liberty Hall, the church, the Cash Market, and the first post office. We will learn of the Grist Mill, the fulling mill, and the Marston family for whom the village was names. We’ll also visit the herring run and the site of the original elementary school.
Welcome Spring! Annual wine and beer tasting, silent auction, and great food!
May 3rd, 2012, 5:30-8:00pm at the Library
Save the date! Many great items will be available for auction or raffle – wine and beer tasting – and food from Momo’s Food Emporium. Only 70 tickets will be sold! Check back here for details about sponsors and items to be auctioned.
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