Wednesday, April 5 at 6:30 p.m.Star and Crescent Symbol of Islam
Curious about Islam? Join us as we learn about this major world religion. Mona Ives studied International Relations at Boston University, and also studied Arabic and Islamic Theology with a specialization in Comparative Religion, in Pakistan. Mrs. Ives now serves as the Administrator of the Executive Committee at the Worcester Islamic Center. Please sign up at the library.


Thursday, April 13 at 6:30 p.m.Image of Shakespeare
Celebrate Shakespeare’s birth month with us. Who had more effect on the English language than William Shakespeare? He created over 1700 common words that before him were either used in a different manner or didn't exist at all. He did this by changing nouns into verbs, changing verbs into adjectives, connecting words never before used together, adding prefixes and suffixes, or just invented entirely new words from scratch. Please sign up at the Library.


School Vacation Week- April 18-22Image of peeps
We will be having a Peep Diorama Contest for ALL AGES! Categories: 7 & under, 8-12, 13-17, and 18 + Two weeks before the event, come in and grab a diorama box (or use your own) and use marshmallow Peeps to create a theme- based box. Here are some suggestions for this: It could be a book (“James and the Giant Peep”) or a saying (“I only have Peeps for you”), or based on a movie/TV show, etc. Bring your finished box in during the April vacation week and we will display them. There will be voting cans next to each entry and at the end of the following week, on Friday, April 28 we will call one winner from each category. The winners will receive a small prize of unspeakable value, bragging rights for winning and their picture will be placed on our Facebook page. Come on PEEPle join the fun!


Friday, April 21 from 7 p.m.- Saturday at 8:30 a.m.Girl singing karaoke
Spend the night at the Library! Using the Library’s GoPro, create a video of what mischief stuffed animals get into
when children drop their beloved friends off at the Library for a sleepover. Later, enjoy video games, karaoke, a movie, goofy spooky storytelling, group games and possibly some sleep. We will serve pizza, snacks and smoothies! Bring your own sleeping bag and pad to sleep on. Anyone from 5th grade through high school is welcome! Sign up is required. Please sign up by April 18.


On April 20 at 12:30 p.m. we will be discussing The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Copies of the selected book will be available at the library one month prior to the meeting date. Click here to see what we will be reading in the future.


Tuesday, April 25 from 3-4 p.m. Image of person doing yoga
In this class we will explore gentle yoga and breathing techniques. There are many benefits of yoga, including stress relief, building strength and flexibility and relaxing the muscles, breath and mind. During the practice we will learn calming breaths and movements that can be used at home and in the community. This is a supportive environment; teens and adults of all abilities are welcome. We will have time for questions. See the write-up for a session geared toward ages 6-12 in the Children’s section. Sign-up is required.


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