Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 14 at 4 p.m. for a fun afternoon
concert with Jackie Davidson and Gary Brandt.
Jackie joined the Randy Sparks 3 trio in 1960 which eventually became The New Christy Minstrels. In 2010 she joined up with Gary to tour with this show.
Gary Brandt is a folklorist, singer and songwriter. He plays the 12-string guitar and tells great stories to go with the songs. The program will include “classic” songs by Chapin, Denver, Lightfoot, Dylan, Guthrie, Seeger, Kingston Trio and more as well as some original songs.
The program will be held at the old Nottingham Town Hall across the street from the library. The program is being sponsored by the Blaisdell Memorial Library.
Changes in Memory: Normal Aging or Alzheimer’s Disease?
Wednesday, October 17th at 7:00 P.M. at the Dudley-Tucker Library
This program, presented by Heather Carroll from the Alzheimer’s Association MA/NH Chapter, will cover:
- the normal cognitive changes associated with aging
- differences between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
- the warning signs
- steps for a proper diagnosis
- lifestyle choices that contribute to good health
- Alzheimer’s Association programs and services
To sign up for this informative session, please visit the library, call 895-2633 or e-mail email@example.com
Dudley-Tucker Library Raffle
WIN! WIN! WIN!
generously donated by Beverly Dantos.
The AccCut personal DIE MAKING MACHINE is the
perfect tool for hobbies including scrapbooking,
card making and paper crafting.
(Compatible with all major manufacturers’ dies)
Chances are $1.00 each
Drawing will be held on 10/25/12
Sponsored by the Friends of the Library
MAIN FLOOR - THE LIBRARY NOW HAS CYPRESS RESUME
The library is now offering patrons access to Cypress Resume. Cypress Resume is a resume builder that library patrons can use in the library or access from their home computer. You can create professional resumes in minutes with its easy to use format. You can print your resume out and/or save it to the Cypress Resume site for future use. For more information about Cypress Resume or how to log on, please contact the main desk at 895-2633.
Don’t forget to stop in and pick up your Friends of the Library Tote Bag. This oversized zippered bag sells for $12.00 and is good for carrying all your reading material, bring it to the Farmer’s Market, grocery store or the mall. Ask for one at the main desk of the library.
Friends of the Library 14th Annual Book Sale
The Friends of the Dudley-Tucker Library would like to thank everyone who donated and purchased books during the 16th Annual Book Sale. This year’s sale was a great success with a total of $1,224.25 raised.
The Dudley-Tucker Library is located at 6 Epping Street Raymond. For more information call 895-2633 or stop by the library for upcoming programs.
Gravestone Girls "Welcome to the Cemetary" - Brentwood
The Mary E. Bartlett Library in Brentwood welcomes the Gravestone Girls on Oct 25th at 7pm. Their presentation is “Welcome to the Cemetary” which will cover the topics of cemetary art, history and the symbolism of the castings. Photos from local cemetaries will be shown in a power point presentation.
“The Finest Hours”- A Sea Rescue Program
The Mary E. Bartlett Library in Brentwood will host presenter, Michael Tougias on November 8 at 7pm with “The Finest Hours” - the true story behind the U.S. Coast Guard's most daring sea rescue in 1952. For more information on this gripping martime event, please contact the library at 642-3355 or www.brentwoodlibrary.org.
Thursday October 18th at 7pm- Ladies Night Movie, “The Ghost and Mrs. Muir.”
Thursday October 25th at 7pm- “Welcome to the Cemetery” with the Gravestone Girls. Learn about the art, history, and symbolism present in some of Brentwood’s cemeteries.
Monday October 29th at 7pm- Book Discussion- “Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight” by Alexandra Fuller. Copies available at the Library.
The Mary E. Bartlett Library is located at 22 Dalton Road, Brentwood.
For more information, please call the library at 642-3355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.brentwoodlibrary.org.
Movie Night at the Fremont Library
The Fremont Public Library together with the Fremont Garden Club are sponsoring Movie Night on Sept. 14th at the Library. Children are encouraged to attend in their pajamas, arriving at 6:00 p.m. and also to donate a new pair of warm pajamas for children (all ages) as well as a new book about nature or gardening for the Pajama Program.
Refreshments will be provided by the Fremont Garden Club and President Carolyn Carr will be reading several stories about nature and gardening before the Movie presentation.
Pajama Program sponsored by Fremont Garden Club
The Fremont Garden Club is sponsoring the Pajama Program for helping children in our state stay warm and learn about nature.
Donation boxes are located at the Fremont Public Library and at the Fremont Town Hall.
The Pajama Program is a national non-profit organization that provides pajamas and books to children-in-need: foster kids, children living in shelters & group homes & other disadvantaged children of all ages.
Donations will be accepted until Oct. 15th. Questions and more information will be addressed by Carolyn Carr, President of the FGC: phone number 895-4095; email email@example.com.
The Fremont Public Library is located at 570 Main Street. For more information email Joan Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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