Book Clubs include a Dish and Dine (trying new recipes) club, and other book discussions at a variety of times. We also offer craft programs, history and topical workshops, adult coloring, and technology help, including one-to-one device or computer help.
Trivia! Join us at Boston’s for three rounds of general trivia. Bring the whole family! Participants are welcome to purchase food and drink if they choose.
Do you have a story to tell? Always wondered what it takes to get it out to the world? With extensive experience in the non-fiction genre, local author Dawn Combs would like to inspire you to get started! In this three part series, you will learn:
- tips on research skills
- how to approach magazine editors with your idea
- how to get noticed by a publisher
- what to look for in a contract
- tips on blogging
- and more!
Registration required for the first session (Sept. 6); the class continues on Sept. 13 and Sept 27. Participants will get the greatest benefit from the class by attending all three sessions.
About the instructor: Dawn Combs, M.A., Ethnobotanist, Certified Herbalist, is a wife, mother, farmer, author, and educator. She is co-owner of Mockingbird Meadows Farm and writes the Roots Rx column for Heirloom Gardener magazine. Dawn writes online for Mother Earth News, Hobby Farm and DIYNatural.com. She is a frequent contributor to Mother Earth Living and Hobby Farm magazines, and is the author of Conceiving Healthy Babies and Heal Local.
Don’t have time to exercise because you’re so busy reading books? This is the group for you! Read the book, then meet up and walk while discussing it. This month’s book is Another Brooklyn by Jacqueline Woodson and we’re meeting at Mill Valley South Park.
Stop in at the Raymond Branch to create these easy fall decorations.
Meet up once a month and quilt away creating simple scrap lap quilts for Project Linus. – Can’t make it? No problem, come next month and pick up where another left off! All skill levels are welcome.
This month’s book is The Heretics Daughter by Kathleen Kent. Pick up a copy at the Adult Services desk and join the group for a lively discussion.
The library is closed on Monday, October 9 for Staff Development.
Enjoy a glass of wine and join the discussion! This month’s book is The Burgess Boys by Elizabeth Strout.