Library News

 

 

Dreamed, Created, and Crafted in New England

Wednesday, October 29th, 7-8:30 pm

 

 

An anecdotal look at ideas, projects and products that were imagined, stolen, manufactured, developed, or otherwise associated with New England over the centuries.  Anne O'Connor, a local historian and researcher brings programs especially for adults with music, images and a chance to share stories.  Anne recently published the book, Fitchburg, the Old Hometown.

 

 

 

 


 

 

Find your way through the health insurance maze -

with help from Community Health Connections

Thursday, October 30th, 10am - 2pm

  • assistance with health insurance issues/questions
  • complete insurance applications
  • register clients for a primary care provider at CHC
  • assist clients to access other resources

​* Sign up recommended

 


 

Belly Dancing Workshop

led by Cathy Moore

Thursday, October 30th,

7-8:30

*Sign up required*

 

Wear comfortable clothing and footwear

 

 


 

 

Fall Activities

(click here)

 



 

Small Works @ the LPL - Call for Artists!!!

The Lunenburg Public Library will be hosting a Small Works Art Exhibit in November.  Small Works are typically smaller than 11 inches (unframed) so have a very special quality to them.  They also make wonderful & affordable (less than $100) holiday gifts.  Please come to enjoy the show and/or submit your own work.  This will be a juried exhibition.  Art Submissions will be accepted on 10/25 & 10/27.

Contact Martha Moore or speak to someone in the library for more details.

Download and print this form to submit your art.

Artists: check out the small works calendar here.

 

 


 

COMING SOON!!

MOVIES AT THE LUNENBURG  LIBRARY

Let us know what movies (even new ones!) you would like to see.

What day(s) or time(s) do you think are best?

Send us your ideas at lunenburglibrary@gmail.com


DID YOU KNOW?   OCTOBER IS ARCHEOLOGY MONTH IN MASSACHUSETTS

Check out the fun & interesting things to do at Mass Historical Society website.
Closest programs are in Townsend & Harvard.

 

 
 

 

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