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Youth Writing Club | Mondays | 3:30PM
Young writers interested in brainstorming new projects or sharing their writing are welcome to the library's youth writing club run by Youth Services Librarian Marianna.
Meetups will occur every Monday from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM in the Teen Room, starting January 23. Program is geared for ages 11 to 18.
Teen volunteers are welcome to assist and participate. Questions? Please email Youth Services Librarian Marianna at email@example.com
Better World Book Club
Better World Book Club occurs on the second Friday of the month at 3:30 PM. 6th - 8th graders will discuss the selected book and complete an eco-friendly craft.
Copies of each book will be requested through the library for signed up participants. Registration is required at bit.ly/sblibbetterworld
Please contact Marianna at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Previous discussed books inlude Kodi, Turn the Tide, Hoot, and The End of the Wild
Sign Up for Cooking Programs Interest List 2022-2023
New cooking classes are now available to patrons online and at the library, thanks to a new LSTA grant provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services distributed by the Massachusettes Board of Library Commissioners.
Patrons interested in knowing of upcoming food programs can email email@example.com
to be signed up for the newsletter listing events.
Programs will include International cuisine, in person food exploration with kids and adults, & more!
Teen Book Club | Select Tuesdays | 5:00 PM
Young Adult readers in grade 9 to 12 looking for a good group to discuss their next read are invited to join us at the library in the Teen Room on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.
The group will meet on the following upcoming dates in 2023: 2/14, 3/14, 4/11, and 5/09 at 4:30 PM.
Registration is required: bit.ly/sblibteenbookclubform
Previous books discussed include Don't Ask Me Where I'm From, Firekeeper's Daughter, Monday's Not Coming, and The Killing Code.
Library Seed Exchange Begins on March 1st
Starting on Wednesday, March 1st, visit the Judy Williams room on the main floor during regular hours and choose vegetable, herb, and/or flower seeds from our repurposed card catalogue to plant in your home garden. We will offer over 700 seed packets and many books and resources to meet your gardening needs! Online booklists about gardening can be found here.
Our Library Seed Exchange is funded by the Friends of the Southborough Library and patrons who have donated seeds.
This is an ongoing program until the seeds run out.
Writing a Cookbook: A Recipe for Success
If you’re a devout fan of cookbooks, have you ever wondered about the nuts and bolt behind the scenes in creating one?
Sally Vargas, author of four cookbooks and weekly recipe columnist for the Boston Globe Wednesday Food Section will share some insights with you in this one-hour presentation.
Sally will talk about how authors research, write, and edit their books. What are historically the most popular cookbooks? Have tastes changed in 2023, with so much online access to recipes? How does the book get published and marketed? Are cookbooks money makers, or they labors of love? Bring your questions and opinions and be prepared to discuss your favorite cookbooks and tell us why.
This series of programs is made possible with grant funds from the Library Services & Technology Act distributed by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.
Teen Library Team | Wednesdays | 5PM
Teens looking for a leadership opportunity are invited to meet one Wednesday a month at 5PM to share ideas for the library's teen collections and programs.
Time spent with this group can count toward volunteering.
This event will take place in the Teen Room.
If interested please email Marianna at firstname.lastname@example.org.