At the Southborough Library this week (8/13 – 8/17): Crafts, magic show, and more

by susan on August 13, 2012

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Above: Tuesday is drop-in craft day at the Southborough Library (Photo posted to flickr by jc.westbrook)

Here’s what’s happening at the Southborough Library this week. Visit the Southborough Library website for more information.

Tuesday August 14:

  • Drop-In Craft Day (10:00 am – 5:00 pm): All children are invited to stop by the library any time during the day to make a variety of crafts. No registration required.

Wednesday August 15:

  • Pajama Story Time (7:00 – 7:45 pm): Last one of the summer! Children are invited to wear their pajamas to the library for some evening story times. Bring a blanket to go outside on the lawn, weather permitting. In the event of rain, story times will be held indoors. All welcome, no registration necessary.
  • Polio in the World and Emergency Measures in Guyana (7:00 – 8:30 pm): Join us for an informative evening: A talk by Dr. Philip Sandler of Brookline on Polio Eradication in the Modern World. And learn how Southborough is making a difference in a talk on Life-Saving Emergency Procedures in Guyana by Dr. Ovid Fraser of the Southborough Rotary Club. Free and open to the public. (more info)

Thursday August 16:

  • DREAM BIG Magic Show (2:30 – 3:30 pm): Magician Debbie O’Carroll returns to the library with the “Dream Big” Magic Show. Debbie will share a story and lots of magic to end the Summer Reading Program. Ice cream sundaes will be served after the show! All welcome, no registration necessary.

(Photo posted to flickr by jc.westbrook)

{ 2 comments }

1 Carl Guyer August 14, 2012 at 3:12 PM

Come the library on Wednesday evening at 7:00 PM and meet two gentlemen who define the word humanitarian.

2 Carl Guyer August 14, 2012 at 3:37 PM

If you want to see a video about what Polo Eradication is about, go to Youtube and search for “Southborough Polio”, you will find the introductory video that will be shown at the Library on Wednesday night.

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