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Once you've finished a novel, what happened in it is of little importance and soon forgotten.
What matters are the possibilities and ideas that the novel's imaginary plot communicates to us and infuses us with.
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Wednesday Night Book Club
on the second Wednesday
of the month
at 6 p.m.
September to June
No Book Club Meeting in January
Daytime Book Club
on the first Friday of the month
at 10:30 a.m.
from September to May
New members always welcome!
Mondays 1 to 2:30 p.m.
All levels welcome
WOMEN IN KING PHILIP'S WAR
Wednesday, January 22 at 6 p.m.
Author Edward Lodi will give a talk about his latest book.
He will discuss a number of remarkable women,
both Native American and English,
who played major roles in the war.
Mr. Lodi will round out his talk
with accounts of what daily life was like
for women in the settlements and on the frontier.
A book signing will follow the talk.
ANOTHER CITY UPON A HILL: A NEW ENGLAND MEMOIR Wednesday, February 19 at 6 p.m.
Author Joseph A. Conforti,
Distinguished Professor of American and New England Studies Emeritus at the University of Southern Maine,
will discuss his latest book.
This memoir tells of Mr. Comforti’s life
growing up in Fall River, MA,
once the cotton cloth capital of America.
He shares the story of three generations of Portuguese and Italians who made their way in this once mighty textile city.
January 28 at 5:30
BOOKS ON WHEELS
Love to read but unable to get to the library?
The library will come to you!
A volunteer will deliver and pick up materials
on a regular basis.
Eligible patrons are those who cannot get to the library
due to illness, injury or handicap.
This is a free service so call the library at 635-8562 to sign up.