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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Groceries? Add something for the community food pantry


Marlborough’s Community food pantry

 Desperately
Needed

canned fruit
tomato soup
canned meats
juice
Poptarts
Cereal
cake mix and frosting
boxed pasta, mac and cheese, ramen noodle,
jelly
snack food
toilet paper, soap and other personal care items
infant and toddler food
all size diapers, and baby wipes

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

NH Downloadable Books: New Audio Book Purchases

NH Downloadable Books: New Audio Book Purchases: New Audio Books Purchased on April 13, 2018 Title Creator After Anna Lisa Scottoline, Jeremy Bobb, Mozhan Marnò ...



TIP: I set my preference to "Available" titles when I need it now.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

April Events @Frost Free Library

Wed 4/4 @2:15 pm Friends Tea

Wed 4/4 @6:30 pm Poetry Event FULL

Sat 4/7 @10:30 am StoryTime w/Melanie Everard Music
     Story time every Saturday morning @10:30 am

Wed 4/26 @7pm BookGroup, Beggar's Opera - Blair
     NOTE: change in date

Tues 4/24, 2:30-6:30 pm Caterpillar Lab; Help us welcome the Caterpillar Lab to Marlborough

     Light refreshments

Wednesdays at 6:30 pm Knitters & Needlecrafters Drop in to share progress and company.

2nd & 4th Thursdays, Tomorrow April 12 @ 10am, Sarah Bollinger is here to help with device questions, bring your passwords. "A little know-how makes your smart device a little smarter."

School Vaca is the perfect time to try the Telescope, Games, MakerToys & Craft Table. Join Us!

Don't forget! the Mabel Page room is available for quiet study or a play date.  Sign up at the Circ Desk.

Friday, March 16, 2018

I BET You KNOW more about Poetry than you THINK

Join us on Wed, April 4 , 6:30-7:30 pm,


Rebecca Kaiser Gibson is the author of OPINEL (Bauhan Publishing, 2015), and two chapbooks, Admit the Peacock and Inside the Exhibition. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Macdowell Colony,The Heinrich Böll Cottage in Ireland, and the 2008 Fellowship in Poetry from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. She was selected as a Fulbright Scholar to teach poetry in Hyderabad, India, 2011.
Her poems have appeared in Agni, Field, The
Greensboro Review, The Harvard Review, Ocean State Review, Salamander, Slate, The Taos Journal of International Poetry and Art, The Tupelo Quarterly, and featured in VerseDaily among others.  Her poems are included in two anthologies, Cadence of Hooves and Thirty Days, The Best of the Tupelo Press 30/30 Project's First Year.
Rebecca lives in Marlborough, NH and teaches poetry at Tufts University.

Friday, March 9, 2018

Lions Club hosting Lesser's from Cheshire Village @ Home


Charlotte and David Lesser
 from
Cheshire Village at Home

Thursday, March 22
Monadnock Lions Club meeting
Community House

Cheshire Village at Home is part of the Keene Senior Center and part of the national Village to Village movement which seeks to help seniors remain living independently in their homes with a little bit of help.

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