The Library will be closed Sunday, April 21st for Easter.

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An introduction to finding grants is being offered.

Are you new to the field of grantseeking? Come to this session on Thursday, April 18 at 7pm, and discover what private foundations... Read more

Learn about foster parenting.

Attend an information session on Thursday, April 18 at 7pm in the Activity Room. Foster Parenting is a service that allows people to assist needy... Read more

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Sagit Zilberman presents Songs of Peace, a music workshop for families.

On Saturday, April 13th at 2:00pm, families are invited to dance to, sing along with, and experience traditional music from cultures across the world. International jazz multi-instrumentalist and composer, Sagit Zilberman will introduce the didgeridoo, handpan, and other... Read more

book chat

Drop in and chat about books with Kim Lynn and Clare Curran.

On Wednesday, April 10 at 10:00am, stop by the Teen Room and chat about books with librarians, Kim Lynn and Clare Curran. Share your recent favorites and get some recommendations about what to read next.

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How Well Do You Know MHL?

How Well Do You Know MHL?

In honor of National Library Week, we've put together a fun quiz to test your knowledge of our favorite library, MHL. Click here to find out how well you know MHL !

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We welcome our new Library Director.

Barbara McNamara became Library Director on April 1st. She has worked at Memorial Hall Library for nearly 25 years, most recently as the Assistant Director for Circulation and Technical Services. She began her library career as a high school page in Seekonk, MA, her hometown, and earned a BA, MLS... Read more

hugo award nominees

Experience some great speculative fiction!

The nominees for the 2019 Hugo Award were announced this week. The awards are named for the editor of the science ficiton magazine Amazing Stories, Hugo Gernsback and are given by the World Science Fiction Society. They represent the best science fiction, fantasy, and speculative works in a... Read more

Scams, Cons, and Other Year-Round April Fools

Scams, Cons, and Other Year-Round April Fools

This April 1st, brace yourself for the onslaught of pranks by reading up on some famous scammers and con artists! Whether you're a true crime aficionado or just looking to make sure you don't get scammed yourself, there are plenty of great books to check out. Don't worry, you can trust us...we'... Read more

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