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Events – November 2019

For Kiddos

International Board Game Night

November 6 at 5:00pm

For International Games Week, we are hosting an event where you can come and play some board games, or make your own! This event is all ages, and family friendly.

Teen Pancake Art
November 13 at 4:30pm

Come in and make some cool, fall-themed, pancake art. This event is for teens in the 6th grade and older. Please register!

Stories & Hot Chocolate

November 20 at 4:30 pm

Come in to hear a great story and have a delicious cup of hot cocoa. Ages 5+

For Adults

Census Informational Events

November 18 @ 5:00 pm

The 2020 Census is right around the corner, and the Census Bureau is holding sessions for people who are interested in working for them. They will be in our meeting room first Saturday and third Monday of each month until the end of the year. You can get more information at 2020census.gov/jobs

PBS “Our Town” Interviews

November 17 and November 23 from 9:00 am-3:00 pm

PBS will be here at the library, two weekends in November, conducting interviews for the upcoming special Our Town: Scituate. If you want to be on the mailing list to receive more information about Our Town, contact Jodi Mesolella at jodim@ripbs.org

Ongoing Events

Bone Builders

Tuesday and Friday at 1:30, Saturday at 10:30

Bone Builders is an innovative exercise program based on collaborative work of international bestselling author Dr. Miriam Nelson and Tufts University, whose research has shown that moderate free-weight training preformed at least twice a week for six months can improve strength and balance, and increase energy levels, while significantly increasing bone density. This class meets three times a week in the North Scituate Public Library Meeting Room.

Tech Drop-in

Fourth Thursday from 3:00-6:00

Bring your laptop or mobile device in for help! Katherine can teach you about an app that’s been eluding you or help you figure out how to update your operating system.

Cookbook Book Club

Third Saturday, monthly

A cook book club is a cross between a book club and a potluck. Each month we will will choose a book, and on the day of the meeting everybody will come to the library and bring one of the recipes from the book to share with the club. We’ll meet and eat and chat about the book and whatever else happens to come up.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE…

The club is currently CLOSED – we have over 12 members. If you’d like to be added to a waiting list, and get a call in the event that anyone quits the club, you can still contact Katherine at katherine@scituatelibrary.org, and leave your name and phone number.

North Scituate Farmers Market

The North Scituate Farmers Market is in full swing!  The opening day of the market was May 11 from 9am-12pm. This early in the season, our vendors have spring annuals and perennials and fresh leafy greens. Other vendors will have handmade jellies and jams and handcrafted items. Come to the market and support your local farms and crafters. The library will also be there, hosting a small book sale cart each week.

Do you have a collection?

If you have a cool collection that you’d like to share with everyone, we can display it at the library. Whatever you collect—rubber ducks, action figures, tea cups—show it off in our big display case in the children’s room.

Talk to Miss Alyce to sign up.

Bone Builders of RI

bone builders

Meets weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays at 1:30pm, and Saturdays at 10:30am

Bone Builders is an innovative exercise program based on collaborative work of international bestselling author Dr. Miriam Nelson and Tufts University, whose research has shown that moderate free-weight training preformed at least twice a week for six months can improve strength and balance, and increase energy levels, while significantly increasing bone density. This class meets three times a week in the North Scituate Public Library Meeting Room.