Tuesday Poetry Workshops: Dec. 10th @ 6:30 PM
Led by Southborough residents Elliott and Nancy Simons, this regular poetry workshop meets every other week on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month. Sessions start at 6:30 PM until about 8:30 PM. The group is loosely associated with the Worcester County Poetry Association. The group will meet upstairs in the library's Main Floor programming space at a designated back table.
At each session, each participant is asked to bring five copies of their original poetry and distribute them to the group. The poem will be read aloud, and the group will provide constructive feedback. Don't have a poem? No problem. Come stop by and see if this group is for you.
Cook Book Club on Wednesday 12/11 at 6:30 PM
On a select Wednesday of every month, join us at the Southborough Library for the tasty Cook Book Club! The group meets on the Main Floor of the library at 6:30 PM.
Interested participants prepare a different dish from the selected cookbook of the month. To avoid overlap, please e-mail library associate and cook Marianna Sorensen at: email@example.com with your recipe selection.
The club's next meeting is on Wednesday, December 11 at 6:30 PM. The cookbook selection is Martha Stewart's Appetizers by Martha Stewart.
College Essay Help in December
The college application process is upon us and can be stressful for many people. Being prepared and supported can make all the difference!
That is why the Southborough Library is excited to offer an hour devoted to the development of college application essays throughout December. Please have essay prompts with you-we welcome essays at any stage. Drop-in students are welcome.
E-Mail Marianna with any questions. Sessions take place in the new Teen Room on the following dates and times:
- Tuesday, December 17 at 7:00 PM
- Friday, December 20 at 3:00 PM
- Saturday, December 21 at 2:00 PM
Southborough Open Land Foundation
On Thursday, January 9 at 7:00 PM, the Southborough Open Land Foundation invites you to a presentation by Rebecca Watters about a 350 mile cross country ski trek through the Altai Mountains of Mongolia in search of evidence of wolverines and other wildlife. Rebecca will also talk about wolverine/wildlife research in the United States.
Rebecca is a graduate of Algonquin Regional High School, St. Lawrence University, and Yale University. She is Executive Director of the Wolverine Foundation and works with Round River Conservation Studies directing a student study abroad program in Mongolia where she works closely with the National Parks administration.