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Thursday, October 21, 2021


7:00 PM - 8:30 PMWrite Now!      


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@cwmars.org
Description:  Write Now! is a club that will provide an opportunity to share your writing with a small group of other adult writers, get and give valuable feedback, and explore various genres of creative writing. No experience is required; all you’ll need is a willingness to write down and share your stories.


Saturday, October 23, 2021


11:00 AM - 1:30 PMFall Poetry Seminars      


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@southboroughma.com
Description:  To Beg, Borrow or Steal: Writing New Poems from Existing Work w/ Heather J. Macpherson. How might you look back on your own poems or those written by poets you admire to draft and develop new work? In this 2-part virtual workshop, we’ll closely read our own poems and that of a few Boston Moderns and create new pieces together. As both sessions are extensions of the same topic, patrons are encouraged to register for both sessions: https://bit.ly/sblibfallpoetry New and experienced poets are welcome.



Monday, November 1, 2021


7:00 PM - 8:00 PMEmotional Tool Kit      


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Jill Vroman      jevroman26@gmail.com
Description:  Learn about your emotions and how they can impact your health. Learn what they are and how you can learn from them. You can improve our response to stress the more you understand how emotions work. Join me to work on growing your resiliency towards stress! This free program is offered to the library by Jill Vroman Fitness. Please register through Southborough Recreation. This program will be on Zoom and will be recorded.


Thursday, November 4, 2021


7:00 PM - 8:30 PMWrite Now!      


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@cwmars.org
Description:  Write Now! is a club that will provide an opportunity to share your writing with a small group of other adult writers, get and give valuable feedback, and explore various genres of creative writing. No experience is required; all you’ll need is a willingness to write down and share your stories.


Tuesday, November 16, 2021


7:00 PM - 8:00 PMBook Talk With Author Richard Rothstein      


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@southboroughma.com
Description:  In this virtual discussion, acclaimed author Richard Rothstein will discuss his book, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America. His lecture will educate attendees on the history of this policy so they can be prepared to undertake the national conversation necessary to remedy the unconstitutional racial landscape. Please register: https://bit.ly/sblibcoloroflaw. Sponsored by the Friends of the Shrewsbury Public Library, the Shrewsbury Rotary Club, A Better Shrewsbury, The Needham Diversity Initiative, the Needham Rotary Club, the Grafton Public Library, the Hopkinton Public Library, the Westborough Public Library, and the Southborough Public Library.



Saturday, November 20, 2021


11:00 AM - 1:30 PMFall Poetry Seminars      


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@southboroughma.com
Description:  To Beg, Borrow or Steal: Writing New Poems from Existing Work w/ Heather J. Macpherson. How might you look back on your own poems or those written by poets you admire to draft and develop new work? In this 2-part virtual workshop, we’ll closely read our own poems and that of a few Boston Moderns and create new pieces together. As both sessions are extensions of the same topic, patrons are encouraged to register for both sessions: https://bit.ly/sblibfallpoetry New and experienced poets are welcome.


Thursday, December 2, 2021


4:00 PM - 5:00 PMEcotarium: A Journey to the Stars!      


Location:  Virtual
Contact:  Kim Ivers   508-485-5031   kivers@southboroughma.com
Description:  A Journey to the Stars presented by Presented by the EcoTarium and Sponsored by T-Mobile® is a virtual program will that will lead you on a tour of the solar system, explore planets, stars, and nebulae, probe the outer limits of the universe, and discover what's in the night sky. Earth may be our home, but we're not the only ones traveling around the sun! Please register:
https://bit.ly/sblibEcotarium.


Thursday, December 9, 2021


5:00 PM - 6:00 PMFamily Gingerbread      


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@southboroughma.com
Description:  Mandy Roberge brings back her popular gingerbread house making program  as a virtual holiday event this year! We encourage families to sign up as a group and build their gingerbread houses together. Pictures of completed gingerbread houses can be emailed to rdonovan@cwmars.org and kivers@southboroughma.com – A winner will be selected by Southborough librarians and announced on the library’s Facebook and Twitter accounts on Friday, December 24th.*Registration required: https://bit.ly/sblibgingerbread
1 registration per household. Participants will be e-mailed an access link.* This program was made possible with funding by The Friends of the Southborough Library. Ages 6 and up. Gingerbread kits provided.

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Thursday, October 21, 2021

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Write Now!


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@cwmars.org
Description:  Write Now! is a club that will provide an opportunity to share your writing with a small group of other adult writers, get and give valuable feedback, and explore various genres of creative writing. No experience is required; all you’ll need is a willingness to write down and share your stories.


Saturday, October 23, 2021

11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Fall Poetry Seminars


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@southboroughma.com
Description:  To Beg, Borrow or Steal: Writing New Poems from Existing Work w/ Heather J. Macpherson. How might you look back on your own poems or those written by poets you admire to draft and develop new work? In this 2-part virtual workshop, we’ll closely read our own poems and that of a few Boston Moderns and create new pieces together. As both sessions are extensions of the same topic, patrons are encouraged to register for both sessions: https://bit.ly/sblibfallpoetry New and experienced poets are welcome.



Monday, November 1, 2021

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Emotional Tool Kit


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Jill Vroman      jevroman26@gmail.com
Description:  Learn about your emotions and how they can impact your health. Learn what they are and how you can learn from them. You can improve our response to stress the more you understand how emotions work. Join me to work on growing your resiliency towards stress! This free program is offered to the library by Jill Vroman Fitness. Please register through Southborough Recreation. This program will be on Zoom and will be recorded.


Thursday, November 4, 2021

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Write Now!


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@cwmars.org
Description:  Write Now! is a club that will provide an opportunity to share your writing with a small group of other adult writers, get and give valuable feedback, and explore various genres of creative writing. No experience is required; all you’ll need is a willingness to write down and share your stories.


Tuesday, November 16, 2021

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Book Talk With Author Richard Rothstein


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@southboroughma.com
Description:  In this virtual discussion, acclaimed author Richard Rothstein will discuss his book, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America. His lecture will educate attendees on the history of this policy so they can be prepared to undertake the national conversation necessary to remedy the unconstitutional racial landscape. Please register: https://bit.ly/sblibcoloroflaw. Sponsored by the Friends of the Shrewsbury Public Library, the Shrewsbury Rotary Club, A Better Shrewsbury, The Needham Diversity Initiative, the Needham Rotary Club, the Grafton Public Library, the Hopkinton Public Library, the Westborough Public Library, and the Southborough Public Library.



Saturday, November 20, 2021

11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Fall Poetry Seminars


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@southboroughma.com
Description:  To Beg, Borrow or Steal: Writing New Poems from Existing Work w/ Heather J. Macpherson. How might you look back on your own poems or those written by poets you admire to draft and develop new work? In this 2-part virtual workshop, we’ll closely read our own poems and that of a few Boston Moderns and create new pieces together. As both sessions are extensions of the same topic, patrons are encouraged to register for both sessions: https://bit.ly/sblibfallpoetry New and experienced poets are welcome.


Thursday, December 2, 2021

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Ecotarium: A Journey to the Stars!


Location:  Virtual
Contact:  Kim Ivers   508-485-5031   kivers@southboroughma.com
Description:  A Journey to the Stars presented by Presented by the EcoTarium and Sponsored by T-Mobile® is a virtual program will that will lead you on a tour of the solar system, explore planets, stars, and nebulae, probe the outer limits of the universe, and discover what's in the night sky. Earth may be our home, but we're not the only ones traveling around the sun! Please register:
https://bit.ly/sblibEcotarium.


Thursday, December 9, 2021

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Family Gingerbread


Location:  Zoom
Contact:  Ryan Donovan   508-485-5031   rdonovan@southboroughma.com
Description:  Mandy Roberge brings back her popular gingerbread house making program  as a virtual holiday event this year! We encourage families to sign up as a group and build their gingerbread houses together. Pictures of completed gingerbread houses can be emailed to rdonovan@cwmars.org and kivers@southboroughma.com – A winner will be selected by Southborough librarians and announced on the library’s Facebook and Twitter accounts on Friday, December 24th.*Registration required: https://bit.ly/sblibgingerbread
1 registration per household. Participants will be e-mailed an access link.* This program was made possible with funding by The Friends of the Southborough Library. Ages 6 and up. Gingerbread kits provided.