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  • Happy the Hedgehog Grab-and-Go Winter Craft for KidsHappy the Hedgehog Grab-and-Go Winter Craft for Kids
    Stop by the library between March 1-5 to pick up this week’s Winter Craft- Happy the Hedgehog.   Click on the button below to find books about Hedgehogs.    
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  • March 18th at 7pm – Virtual Author Talk – Cass R SunsteinMarch 18th at 7pm - Virtual Author Talk - Cass R Sunstein
    How much information is too much? Do we need to know how many calories are in the popcorn that we bought on our way into the movie theater? Do we want to know if we are genetically predisposed to a certain disease? Can we do anything useful with next week’s ...
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  • April 1st at 7pm – Author Talk – Tobey PearlApril 1st at 7pm - Author Talk - Tobey Pearl
    In Providence, Plymouth Colony in 1638 a young Nipmuc tribesman, returning home from trading beaver pelts, is fatally stabbed in a robbery near Plymouth Colony by a white runaway servant and fellow rogues. Fighting for his life, the tribesman is able with his final breaths to reveal the details of ...
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  • April 22nd at 7pm – Author Talks – Fredrik LogevallApril 22nd at 7pm - Author Talks - Fredrik Logevall
    John F. Kennedy’s meteoric rise to become the youngest elected president cemented his status as one of the most mythologized figures in American history. While hagiographic portrayals of his dazzling charisma, reports of his extramarital affairs, and disagreements over his political legacy have come and gone since his death, these ...
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  • April 29th at 7pm – Author Talk – Ted WidmerApril 29th at 7pm - Author Talk - Ted Widmer
    As a divided nation plunges into the deepest crisis in its history, Abraham Lincoln boards a train for Washington and his inauguration—an inauguration Southerners have vowed to prevent. In Lincoln on the Verge: Thirteen Days to Washington, a book that Doris Kearns Goodwin calls “A book for our time”, Ted ...
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