We have lots planned for National Library Week!!!
Monday, April 14...
10am---Sunshine Story Time with Kay
6pm---Screening of the film "The Amish: Shunned." This film features the story of author Saloma Furlong, who is visiting on Wednesday!
Tuesday, April 15
10am---Preschool Story Hour with Sally Ahearn
4-7pm---Library in Stitches quilt show and tell. Come share your work, enjoy some communal quilting time, and see and hear about the projects in process! Open to all.
6:30pm---Classics Book group discusses "Dracula" by Bram Stoker
Wednesday, April 16th
10am---Workshop on how to download library e-books on a tablet with Hannah. SIGN-UP REQUIRED, call 413-772-1544 x6
5:30pm---The Greenfield Library Chess Club invites everyone to come play games at the library. Giant chess, Bananagrams, Dominion, Ticket to Ride and more. Bring your favorite game and help us take over the library!
6:30pm---Saloma Furlong, author of "Why I Left the Amish" and "Bonnet Strings"
Thursday, April 17
10am---Crafts for Adults! Give Old Books New Life: Marjorie and Hannah will lead this workshop where we will cut, fold and glue our way to paper flowers, wreaths, pedestals, buttons and more! This activity involves sharp cutting tools and hot glue, it is appropriate for adults.
3:30pm---Kids' craft with Lori Gordon (weaving paper baskets)
Friday, April 18th
11am---Mother Goose on the Loose with Kay
12pm---Writer's Lunch Writing Workshop
6:30pm---Screening of "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory." Get excited for the Experience the Book party on May 10th!
Saturday, April 19th
11am---Barry Dietz presents Books into Music into Books: how Romantic music and Romantic poetry are connected, and how writers inspire composers and composers inspire writers
All week long, you can participate in the Virtual Poetry Slam by reading a poem out loud on video at the library! You can also participate by submitting a video you film at home.
In the Kids' Room, there will be a storybook character scavenger hunt all week long!