Join us on Thursday, May 15th at 7pm for a talk with Ted Reinstein, longtime correspondent for Chronicle. Hear stories from his book, New England Notebook, about his favorite stories from his many travels around New England.
Join us on May 7th at 6:30 for an author talk with local author Deborah Doucette to discuss her new novel, “The Forgotten Roses”
Joseph Bebo, a Hudson author will speak Wednesday, April 30th @ 7 p.m.
His book Of Lake, Land and Liberty talks about the Battle of Plattsburgh during the War of 1812.
The library now has over 20 cake pans that you can check out! Stop by to see the great selection for birthdays, holidays, or anytime! Who doesn’t like cake, right? Click here to find out more.
Hudson is pleased to be part of the MA state-wide eBook pilot project. Help us test this new eBook service and enjoy free digital content on your computer or mobile device! Find out more here
Come to the Tavares Room, Wednesdays in March-May from 3-4 to learn about some of the great, free resources available from the library! Feel free to bring your own mobile device. No sign-up required, just drop in for any or all of the workshops.
The Hudson Public Library has purchased the TumbleBookLibrary. The TumbleBookLibrary is a collection of TumbleBooks, animated, talking picture books, suited for preschool and elementary school children.
Teen Book Club Wed, April 23rd at 7pm
Snacks Provided, No Sign-Up! Pick up a copy of April’s Book: Cinder by Marissa Meyer from the adult circulation desk.
Just finished a book and wondering what to read next? Fill out this form and a librarian will get back to you with personalized book suggestions to find “Your Next Great Read”, tailored to your tastes!
April vacation events – Science Around You, Stupendous Mr. Magichead, and a Fabric paint craft. Call the Children’s Room for more details.