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Mosaic Fusion: A Retrospective Journey By Lennie Kaumzha
Meekins Library Neil Hammer Gallery  February 2 – 28, 2019  (Tues. 12-5, Wed. 10-8, Thurs. 3-6, Sat. 10-2)
Meet the Artist Saturday, Feb. 16 from 1-3

Lennie began painting in the 1980’s experimenting with abstract color designs using a black-lined frame, mosaic-fusion style which shifts the image into the same plane.  He repainted earlier works, “. . . probing the possibilities of the new image that arises, - - like looking down a swirling tunnel/vortex into a clear view of mountains and nature.”
Vacation Week Craft: Finger Knitting
Tuesday, February 19, 12:30 - 2 pm
Learn how to knit without needles. You can make a scarf, a belt, or a headband. Donations of yarn (especially bulky-weight) are appreciated. For ages 5 and up.
Lego / Construction Club
Thursday, February 21, 3:30 - 5 pm
Build with Lego, Duplo, and Keva planks! All are welcome. Children under 5 should be accompanied by an adult.

Discover the Owls of New England

Rescheduled to March 16 at 12:30!

Discover the Owls of New England
A slideshow and talk by photgrapher Peter Christoph

Low Tech Tricks to Shrink Utility Bills
 Sat., Feb. 23rd, 2:30 - 3:30

Come learn how to shrink your utility bills from former Home Energy Auditor and Residential Efficiency Educator, Laura Brooks.  She is passionate about educating homeowners on ways they can make an impact on troublesome problems ranging from ice dams and old windows to comfort and energy savings.
See Event Calendar for future programs: Curing Window "Pains"

Today in Massachusetts' History
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ACORN TV, an RBdigital Streaming video service, offers unlimited streaming video. Each checkout provides a 7-day access pass to watch ACORN TV. After 7-days, check out another 7-day access pass. Your viewing history and preferences will be saved. This service is only available to patrons with library cards starting with 27425000.


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