Summer Reading Sign-up starts June 9th
Come on in and sign up. Games, prizes, performers, crafts and much more.
Come meet some amazing creatures. Maybe you'll meet a bearded dragon or a snake or a soft little chinchilla. Whatever they bring, it will be fascinating.
Wednesday, July 23rd @ 2pm
iPads are available at the library!
Adults can checkout iPads to use in the library. Try out the apps, play games, keep up with the news, check facebook, and so much more!
Weigh Less, Live More
Local residents, Donna Reese and Louise Kulig, are Certified Holistic Health Coaches and Nutritional Educators. They are also members of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Join Donna and Louise as they discuss:
A safe way to drop pounds and feel fully satisfied
Weight loss problems in America
Why diets don’t work
Location: Hudson Public Library
Wednesday, July 23rd
This craft is with Claytime. Sign-up starts on July 10th. This craft is for children ages 9-13. This craft is supported in part by a grant from the Hudson Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency
Teen Book Club!
Wednesday, July 30th @ 7:00 PM
Pick up a copy of Beauty Queens by Libba Bray at the circulation desk. No sign-up, snacks, provided.
July 8th to August 7th at 2pm. Sign-up required one week prior.
Crafts every Tuesday (ages 5-8) and Thursday (ages 9-13)
Find out what programs, crafts, events, and services we have to offer for the summer! New tools, summer reading details, book groups, and more! See the entire newsletter by clicking here.
Borrow cake pans from the library!
The library has over 40 cake pans in fun shapes for you to use. Borrow them like a book, bake your cake, and then return it- completely free.
Meet Julia Child-beloved French Chef!
Saturday, August 9th @ 2 PM Hudson Public Library
A live performance featuring Lynne Moulton as Julia Child doing what she did best.
I’M A FEMALE FILMMAKER... ...ask me anything!
Lauren Tracy, a young writer/director and native of Acton, MA, will take questions and speak about attending film school, working in Los Angeles independent film, supporting female filmmakers with her company X-Factor Filmmakers and moving to Boston and New York City to develop her own feature film, Sweet Desert Palm.