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If you've lived a life, you have stories to share! This fun and friendly workshop will help uncover interesting stories from participants' lives.Using story prompts and interactive activities, award-winning storytellers Karen Chace and Andrea Lovett will guide participants through the process of finding those jewels that deserve to be remembered. The workshop will allow participants to hone their speaking and communication skills as well as connect with others about our shared experiences.Space in this event is limited, and registration is required. To join us, please register online.This program is supported by a grant from the Hingham Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Our Read to a Dog program provides a supportive environment to practice reading! Reading to trained therapy dogs helps develop literacy skills and builds confidence and self-esteem. Our canine friends are all wonderful, patient listeners who are looking forward to reading with you!Our listening teams are at the Library on Saturday mornings from 10:30 -11:30 in the Children's Department. Reading sessions last 15 minutes and are for children ages 5 and up.To register for a session, please call the Children's Department at 781-741-1405 ext. 1403. We hope you can join us!
April is National Poetry Month, so we're reading some books in verse this month! If that interests you, pick one of the 3 books below to read and come chat with us. Our YA librarian will also give participants a longer list of YA books in verse and poetry she recommends. No registration is necessary, just drop in!
The Most Dazzling Girl in Berlin by Kip Wilson
Home Is Not a Country by Safia Elhillo
Ain't Burned All the Bright by Jason Reynolds