The North Scituate Public Library was originally founded in 1906 and is dedicated to providing excellent resources, and being a focal point for the community.
It’s vegan month! Pick from three cookbooks that feature vegan recipes and try your hand at cooking something new. The books: The Essential Book of Vegan Bakes by Holly Jade, PlantYou by Carleigh Bodrug, and East Meets Vegan by Sasha Gill. Make a dish at home, then bring it to the library to share with others potluck-style. Registration required. Books will be available for checkout at the front desk. Beginner cooks welcome! Please call the library or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
This month, we’re reading A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway. Join our passionate group of book lovers for an engaging discussion. No registration required; books will be available for checkout at the front desk.
Fridays, February 2 & 16 and March 1, 15, & 29 at 1 PM - 3 PM Let’s learn to crochet! All ages are invited to join local crochet expert Katie for a series of FREE classes focused on getting you started and growing your confidence in the hobby. Folks are encouraged to come to multiple classes to build their skills over time, but attending all is not required. Beginners can jump in at any time during the series. All participants will receive their own crochet hook to keep. No experience and no materials needed. Just bring your lovely self …
Grades 5-9. Join up with our monthly writing group to get your creative writing wheels turning. There will be fun writing prompts, games, snacks, and time to write. Participants will receive their very own journal to keep. Registration required; please call the library at 401-647-5133 or email email@example.com to register.