Thursday, April 25 at 6:30 p.m.
Join our newest book group! This month the focus will be on microgreens! Pick up a cookbook and try some microgreen recipes. We will even have microgreens at the Library on or after Saturday, April 20 for you to expreiment with.Make a recipe for fun or to share, or just come and get ideas! We will have salad, and smoothies, as we discuss other recipes.
Wednesdays from 5:30-8 p.m.
Sign-up is required. Movies start at 5:30 p.m. sharp, and a small snack and bottled water will be provided. Call or come by if you want the exact titles. The movie license prohibits us from putting them in the newsletter.
April 24: Emily Blunt won a Golden Globe award for playing the British nanny who flies with her umbrella. She is back and better than ever! 2h and 10m, PG
May 1: Golden Globe winner, Best Original Score - Motion Picture, learn about the life of Neal Armstrong who was the first to walk on the moon. 2h and 20m, PG-13
May 8: Nominated for Best Original Screenplay, this comedy/drama is about Queen Anne and Lady Sarah and the new servant Abigail in 18th century England. 2h, R
Tuesday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m.
Tami Germain and Lisa Bean from Webster First Federal Credit Union will discuss different types of identity theft and how you can protect yourself.
Saturday, May 4 at 10:30 a.m.
We are living in a time that feels often confusing and stressful. People are more anxious and there is often a struggle to find ways to stay positive and true to our inner core. Incorporating meditation in our lives can be the change that can make a big difference in our lives and the lives of others. By tapping into the power of Meditation we can learn a powerful technique that is life changing. Through meditation we can experience a profound peace, bliss and happiness unlike any we can find in the world. We can calm the body and the mind. Join Clare Vidich for this popular and engaging program. Participants will be guided through a first-hand personal experience of meditation which is the secret to profound personal well-being and global healing.
Calling All Artists
We welcome you to share your artwork with the community through Beaman Library’s Annual Arts and Crafts Exhibit. All kinds of works: sculpture, paintings, hand crafts, quilting, woodcarving, needlework, photography are accepted. All entries must be ready for display and submitted by Thursday, May 16th before 5 p.m. Pictures must be framed and ready to hang, with hooks or string on the back. There is no entry fee, judging, or sale of artwork; there is a limit of 3 entries per artist. Artists are encouraged to attend the opening reception on Tuesday, May 21 from 6:30-8 p.m.
Thursday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m.
Stephen Collins presents a one-man play about Herman Melville (1819-1891),the American author best known for his whaling epic Moby-Dick. The play chronicles Melville’s life from youth to old age, concentrating on his evolution as a writer, and his complex relations with others including Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Second and Fourth Saturdays from 10 a.m. - noon
Join other Italian speakers in the community, and some students from the College of the Holy Cross. Participants are encouraged to speak only in Italian for the two hours the Circolo meets. There will be no meetings on March 23 or May 25. *Call the Library to verify dates.
Wednesday, May 15 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Lead by certified yoga instructor, Carol McGuiggan, experience the benefits of gentle yoga stretches, calming breath techniques, and the value of meditation. Dress for movement. Bring your yoga mat or a thick towel. Space is limited.
Saturday, May 18 at 1:30 p.m.
Kim Dunsmore and Leslie Gabriele will relay messages from family, loved ones and friends who have passed from your life. Linking to loved ones can be a moving event often offering closure and healing not only to the person receiving the direct message but to all those witnessing the connection to spirit. Please sign up at the main desk. Seating is limited.