News @ The Lunenburg Library

 

 Tech Help Sessions
with Doug Pulsifer

Thursday, July 18th    10:ooam - 5:00pm

Sign up for a time to work with computer specialist, Doug Pulsifer, who can help you with most of your tech questions!

Registration is required.  Online registration is not available at this time  due to limited space at each time slot.  Please stop in the Library or call 978-582-4140 to register.


FOOD AND FLICK NIGHT

Friday, July 19th
6:00pm* - 8:30pm

The Movie is:  The Aftermath

The Food Theme is:
Mexican Food

 

The rating of this movie is:  "R"
*The movie will begin at 6:15pm

(The admission is free, and bringing a
food item is not required!)

We do ask you to sign up at the front desk, or online HERE for attendance, and if you are bringing a dish to share.

Friends of the Lunenburg Public Library
Annual Meeting
Saturday, July 20th      10:00am - 12:00pm

Looking forward to seeing you at the meeting!

Jeanne Fisher Raboin, President, Friends of Lunenburg Public Library


An Intro to Reiki 
with Carolyn Sargent

Wednesday, July 24th
7:00pm - 8:00pm*

Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese word meaning universal life-force energy.  Reiki is a safe and effective healing technique that helps to reduce stress and activate the body's natural ability to heal itself.  

Carolyn Sargent, RMT of Reshaping Mind Body and Soul, will explain in more detail how Reiki can help reduce pain and inflammation, strengthen the immune system, increase energy levels, reduce stress, and more.

*To sign up for a free mini-session on Saturday July 27th,
attendance at this talk is required.



Featured Museums for July

Borrow a ParksPass and discover your Massachusetts State Parks.  The ParksPass entitles the bearer to free parking at over 50 facilities in the Massachusetts State Parks System that charge a day-use parking fee.

You can borrow a ParksPass from the Lunenburg Public Library!

Enjoy your state parks!

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Zoo New England's mission is to inspire people to protect and sustain the natural world for future generations by creating fun and engaging experiences that integrate wildlife and conservation programs, research, and education.

The Franklin Park Zoo is a 72-acre site nestled in Boston’s historic Franklin Park, MA.  It features dozens of animal exhibits including zebras, ocelots, and spotted hyenas.

Stone Zoo is located on a 26-acre site near the sparkling Spot Pond reservoir in Stoneham, MA.   It offers many fascinating animal attractions such as reindeer, yaks, and peregrine falcons.

 

The Friends of the Lunenburg Library are eligible to request Museum Passes to many museums, zoos, and living environments throughout the State.

Join the Friends today and experience these cultural activities.


Check It Out - Free Resources!

There are so many free resources out there, but where do you begin to look?  Here are a few we think are interesting...
 
1) Creative Commons:  ccsearch.creativecommons.org
There's no better source for freely available images than Creative Commons. It's "CC Search" Project, which began in February 2017, offers access to more than ten million images across 13 providers.
 
2) GRID:  grid.ac
Maintained regularly, the Global Research Identifier Database (GRID) is one of the largest free sources that complies information about research institutes, from Johns Hopkins to the Guttmacher Institute. Users can search by name, type of organization (example - education, healthcare), city, our county and find related institutions.
 
3) Windy:  windy.com
Available as both a website and an app,  weather lovers can get their geek on, whether storm chasing or seeking perfect skiing conditions.  Detailed maps provide data on temperature, clouds, dew point, humidity, dust mass, and more.
 

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