Come to the library to borrow books, movies, magazines and more;to use our computers or our internet service; to visit our art shows; to attend events and much more...
Art in the Community Room
April: 'The Kings of Leverett': Honoring the Legacy of Frances and Gordon King. Photographs, documents and artifacts.
May/June: Paintings by Louise Minks and her students.
Needlecraft 2nd Thursday of each month, 6:30pm
Bring your own work or try out the monthly project, some supplies provided.
Ukulele Play-Along Bring your own or borrow a uke.
Sunday May 7, 3-4pm.
Funded by the Leverett Cultural Council
April 27 @3:15
Come take our new building challenge.
The library book group will discuss
To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf
Thursday April 27, 6:30-8pm.
Copies of the book are available for checkout at the front desk.Open to all.
On Star Wars Day!
Join us for screenings at 3:30 and 6pm.
Join us on Thursday May 11 @ 7pm.
Local writer Bruce Watson will talk about fake news. He will also tell us about his new project:
The Attic - An American Sampler, an online magazine with weekly updates of American culture, music, lore. Know your country. www.theattic.space.
Sponsored by the
Leverett Cultural Council
Movie Night, Friday May 12 @7:30pm
The story of Richard and Mildred Loving, a couple whose arrest for interracial marriage in 1960s Virginia began a legal battle that would end with the Supreme Court's historic 1967 decision.
PG-13 2h 3min, 2016.
Take-Apart Thursday May 18 @3:15
Join us for some technology dissection! Take apart household electronics to see what's inside and learn how things work.
Bethany and Seth Seeger will be on hand with cd players, printers, monitors and more.
Open to everyone.
World Tarot Day with Susie Chang,
It's in the Cards!
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Tarot But Were Afraid to Ask.Susie will cover topics such as, where tarot cards come from; what is divination and does it really work; what does it mean to be 'psychic' ; why do some people think tarot is evil or dangerous; and what can tarot do for you? Susie will also do readings for a few volunteers.
Thursday May 25 (World Tarot Day) @7pm
with Dvora Eisenstein
Join us every Wednesday from 10:30-noon for stories, songs and play with Heleen Cardinaux. Developed for children newborn-5, but open to all families.
Sponsored by the Community Network for Children.