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Professor Teresa Fava ThomasImage result for the reluctant migrants
will discuss her book,
The Reluctant Migrants

Thursday, March 23rd
7:00pm - 8:00pm

Very little has been written on those who left Northern Italy and their migration patterns.  Professor Thomas' book explores the factors that drove those people, who were strongly attached to their home paese (towns), to become global adventurers! It is late 1800 to early 1900. What factors drew this group of Italians to Central Massachusetts?  They found that Central Massachusetts offered opportunity!

Listen and learn more about this
significant period of Massachusett history.


Friday, March 24th        6:00pm - 9:30pm

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The Movie is:  Fences
The Food Theme is:  Appetizers

(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.

Do you have an old book that you would like appraised?

Kenneth Gloss will be here
at the Library!

Wednesday, March 29
6:30pm - 8:15pm

Kenneth Gloss is the proprietor of the internationally known Brattle Book Shop in Boston and he is a frequent appraiser on Antiques Roadshow.

Ken will discuss the value of old and rare books, the joys of the 'hunt”, the history of his famous bookstore, and he will do an appraisal of the book you bring (limit of one per person).

The Brattle Book Shop, Yankee Magazine Editor's Choice Award for Best of New England, is one of America’s oldest and largest antiquarian bookstores.

2017 is the 68th year of Gloss family ownership.



This Club is comprised of a vibrant group of photographers of all ages and photographic abilities.

This exhibit will be a selection of favorite prints by the members.

This collection will be on display through April 15. 


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