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Summer Needle Felting II with Katie

Monday, August 19 from 4:30 to 6:00 in the Meeting Room. Join us for this popular, relaxing, and companionable class, where you will learn to make a small decoration or animal using a burred needle and colored wool roving. This class is free, with no materials fee. Register, please  

Lunch and Learn Language Classes: French and German

Lunch and Learn Language Classes: French and German

Learned a little French or German in high school and would like to revisit it? Or thinking about a trip and want to polish up on your rudimentary language skills? Then why not join Anette Roth at one of our new workshops.  Through simple texts, poems, songs, videos and more, learn more about the language...

Ice Cream Social for Seniors

Thursday, August 1 from 2:00-3:30 on the patio. Come enjoy some Ferris Acres ice cream. No registration needed. Please call if the weather is bad.

Listening Sessions for Community Feedback

The library is conducting listening sessions to gather community feedback about the next few years. You talk, we’ll respond! These sessions will ask what Newtowners need. The library uses less than 1% of municipal revenues to serve every resident. What more can we do for you? More open hours? Content on your TV screen? Meeting...

Thursday Board Game Group

The next meeting of the Third Thursday Game Group will be on August 22nd at 6:00 in the CHBMakers Corner. Yes, it is actually the fourth Thursday, but just this once!

Adult Summer Reading

Adult Summer Reading

It’s that time again! Adult Summer Reading begins Monday, June 17th. It’s fun and low-tech. Just read what you enjoy, fill out a short review and put it into the prize box of your choice, located on the second floor near the front door. We’ll draw names on August 20th, so have your entries in...

Early American Portraiture: From Folk Art to Fine Art

Wednesday July 24 from 6:30 to 8:00 in the Meeting Room. ArtScapades will give background on what was happening at the time in European portraiture, information on the rise of the middle class in America, and the importance of art to document history before the invention of photography; detailing the lives and works of well-known...

The Moon, the Stars , and the Planets: Music Inspired by Outer Space POSTPONED TO 8/22

Wednesday July1 7th at 6:30 in the Gathering Room, second floor. Jeffrey Engel will present a program of music inspired by space. Gustav Holst wrote the best-known such work, but there were others who were equally fascinated by celestial bodies. Mr. Engel will discuss those composers and will also play excerpts from their extraterrestrial oeuvres. Please register....

Make a DIY Bee Home

Monday, August 5 at 10:00 am in the CHBmakers Corner. Rich Reynolds is the instructor. 6th Grade and up. Register please.

Make a Hydraulic Robot Arm

Monday, July 22 at 10:00 am in the CHBmakers Corner. Rich Reynolds is the instructor. 6th grade and up. Please register.