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Online via Zoom
Enjoy a virtual lunchtime lecture from the Longfellow House-Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site in Cambridge. What does a home reveal about its occupants, and about our shared history? The Vassall-Craigie-Longfellow House bears witness to the history of slavery in New England and the early free Black community of Cambridge, and George Washington’s development as a leader. In the 19th century, it became the home of famed poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and a hub of literary and artistic life. More recently, the house reveals a rich history of the historic preservation movement. Learn more about this unique public resource, reopening for the season in May 2023. Led by Longfellow House Public Programs Manager Emily Levine.This program will be held via Zoom. To join us, please register online, and you will receive an email with the link.
Bring your iPad to the Library for this two part beginner iPad class. Learn about the tablet and its various built in apps.Space in this event is limited, and registration for this class has filled.
Join us on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for Move & Groove Storytime! This storytime is a program for children of various ages (4 and under) and their caregivers. Listen to fun stories, sing, and move around in this fast-paced Storytime perfect for young children who learn best when their brains and their bodies are active.Registration is no longer required for our Tuesday or Wednesday storytimes! Just drop in to whichever one works best for you. We look forward to reading and singing with you soon!
Calling all Anime enthusiasts! Anime Club is for teens who love Anime and Manga to meet other teens with the same interest. We'll talk Anime and Manga, watch some Anime, and maybe make some fun crafts. Open to teens in grades 6-12 - no prior knowledge needed, Anime newbies welcome! No registration required.