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Poems ask us to respond not only with emotion and thought, but also, as when listening to or making music, poems give us “felt sense” in and from our physical selves. In this three-part discussion series, we will explore poems to see how they not only invite us to recollect with emotion and tranquility (to paraphrase Coleridge), but also call on body wisdom through description, image, rhythm, and various other aspects of form. In this highly interactive class, we will listen to and discuss poems by well-known poets such as John O’Donohue, Countee Cullen, and Louise Gluck, and lesser-known voices like Jennifer Freed and Jane Wong. Come to have fun, listen, and learn, whether you are a novice, simply curious, an accomplished poet, or teacher/scholar.Registration for this 3-part series has closed.
Town Social Worker Justin Cancel will be available during library drop-in hours to provide assistance with a variety of need-based referrals. These referrals include help finding therapists, psychiatrists, primary care physicians and substance use treatment programs. Cancel will also be able to assist with applications for food benefits (Food stamps/WIC), housing resources, clothing support and crisis guidance.
Join us to learn some tips and tricks for growing vegetables in your own backyard with Jon Belber, the Community Outreach and Engagement Director at Holly Hill Farm in Cohasset. Workshop and gardening materials are provided free. This program is part of the Plant. Grow. Share. program sponsored by Keohane Funeral Home, Weymouth Food Pantry, and Interfaith Social Services to provide fresh food to our local food pantries.
The event is open to the public. For further information, please call Pyne Keohane Funeral Home at 781-749-0310 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for this event is required. To join us, please register online.
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 and Wednesday storytimes! We look forward to reading and singing with you soon!
This month our 4th & 5th Grade Book Group is reading Iceberg by Jennifer A. Nielsen. The book is available as an eBook and in audio through Overdrive/Libby, or you can pick up a physical copy at the Children's Desk.This program will be held in-person at the Library. No registration is required to join us. We hope to see you there!Learn more about what we're reading this month.