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October Fright Fest Film Series: “Psycho”

Psycho-movie-posterThursday, October 13th, 2016 at 6:30 pm

Get in the Halloween spirit with our October Fright Fest Film Series! We’ll be showing 4 classic horror films during the month of October. On Thurs. Oct. 13 we’ll be showingor second film, Hitchcock’s “Psycho,” (1960, rated R, 1h 49mins) starring Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, and Vera Miles. We’ll show our third film, “Poltergeist” (1982, rated PG, 1h 54mins) starring JoBeth Williams, Heather O’Rourke, and Craig T. Nelson, on Thurs. Oct. 20. Our final film will be shown on Thurs. Oct. 27: Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining,” (1980, rated R, 2h 26mins) starring Jack Nicholson, Shelley DuVall, and Danny Lloyd.

All films will begin at 6:30 pm and will be shown in the Simoni Room. Popcorn for this film series is being generously provided by Regal Cinemas in Bellingham. To sign up for any or all of the films in this series, please email, call 781-769-0200 x110, or visit the Reference or Information Desk.


Musical Sundays Concert: Women in World Jazz

Women-in-world-jazz-band-photoSunday, October 16th, 2016 at 3:00 pm

The fall Musical Sundays concert series will begin on Sunday, October 16 at 3 p.m. with a musical trip around the world by the all-female ensemble formerly known as Cruzamente. This group of accomplished musicians from Cuba, Brazil, Cape Verde, Japan, and the Middle East will perform a selection of jazz and world/ethnic music that is lively, diverse, and will most likely instill an urge to get up and dance.

To sign up for this educational, all-ages concert that invites audience participation, please call 781-769-0200, x110 or 222, email, or stop by the library Reference or Information Desk. The Musical Sundays series is made possible through the library Endowment Fund.


Essential Wellness: Using Essential Oils for Every Day Well-being

Photo-of-essential-oil-dropperMonday, October 17th, 2016 at 6:30 pm

Join Kathryn Ford Richter, RN, to learn how to naturally care for your family using therapeutic grade essential oils. This informative class will empower you to take a natural approach to your health and that of your family. You will learn how to use essential oils safely and effectively for everything from creating a clean, nontoxic home to mood enhancement and overall wellness. You will be able to experience the oils hands-on as you to learn the different ways to integrate them in your daily life including topically, internally and aromatically. You will leave this class feeling more empowered to overhaul your medicine cabinet to support a healthier, natural lifestyle and a chance to win a sample pack of oils.

To sign up, please call 781-769-0200 x110 or 222, email, or visit the Reference or Information Desk.


Stitch Therapy

Stitch-Therapy-sheep-and-wool-logoJoin stitchers of all types (knitters, crocheters, cross-stitchers, etc.) for Stitch Therapy. Motivate yourself to start or finish a project or to learn a new craft by watching others. This is an informal group of stitchers helping stitchers.  No formal instruction is planned.

Stitch Therapy will be held in the Simoni Room unless otherwise noted from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm on the following Tuesdays:

October 18, November 15, December 20, January 17.

Space is limited; please register for this group by visiting or calling the library, 781-769-0200 x110 or x222. You may also sign up by emailing


The Free Market: Climate Change Friend or Foe?

Photo-of-wind-turbinesWednesday, October 19th, 2016 at 7:00 pm

The fall Sustainability Series presented by Together Yes continues with an important discussion, “Free Market: Climate Change Friend or Foe?,” at the Morrill Memorial Library on Wednesday, October 19 at 7:00 p.m. Americans have a love-hate relationship with the free market. We love it because it provides desirable goods at low cost, while we blame it for giving rise to greenhouse gas pollution that drives climate change. Drawing on examples of free market successes and failures, Gary Rucinski, Massachusetts State Coordinator for the Citizens’ Climate Lobby, will explore what free markets can and cannot do to address climate change. He will also discuss what government can do to incentivize investors, entrepreneurs, and inventors to provide the lowest cost clean energy possible.

To sign up for this interactive session, call 781-769-0200, x110 or 222, email, or stop by the library Reference or Information Desk.

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