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!
Friends of the Library book sale will be November 7-9th!
The book sale is the major fundraiser for the Friends of the Library and the many vital programs they provide. This gives you a chance to recycle your used books and media, and is a great opportunity to purchase books and other items at incredibly low prices!
Click here to find out more.
Teen Book Club!
Wednesday, September 24th @ 7:00 PM
Pick up a copy of "Warm Bodies" by Isaac Marion at the circulation desk. No sign-up, snacks, provided.
Tree & Bark Identification
Join naturalist Michael Wojtech for an exploration of bark, the tree characteristic that is always visible, in every season.
* Learn about species identification
* Discover why such a variety of bark characteristics exist
* Why do some species have smooth bark, while on others it is thick and broken?
* Why do layers of bark peel away in curly strips?
Wednesday, September 10th
at Hudson Public Library
Find out what programs, crafts, events, and services we have to offer for the autumn! New tools, summer reading details, book groups, and more! See the entire newsletter by clicking here.
Author Visit: Henry Beston’s Cape Cod
Don Wilding, author of Henry Beston's Cape Cod: How "The Outermost House" Inspired a National Seashore, will speak about:
* The Beston Society's documentary film project
* How the Quincy native, still shaken by his experiences as an ambulance driver in France during WWI, took to writing fairy tales and eventually found the peace of mind he was looking for on Cape Cod’s outer beach
* How it came to influence the establishment of the Cape Cod National Seashore
Thursday, September 18th
at Hudson Public Library
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.
Author Visit: Murder in Wellesley
Tom Farmer, Boston Herald reporter & Massachusetts State Police Detective Marty Foley explore the bizarre case of the 1999 murder of May Greineder of Wellesley, Mass.
The Greineder family seemed picture-perfect: a rock-solid 31-year marriage and three successful children. But on Halloween, 1999, Dr. Dirk Greineder and his wife, May, took their dog for a walk in the woods; hours later, May was dead with a fractured skull and multiple stab wounds. From the outset, Dirk was the main suspect...