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March's excellent events:
Mill Girls with historian and author Doug Stewart, Fri. 6 at 10:30. Hear how farmers' daughters spearheaded the industrial revolution.
Waldorf School Puppet Show: Snow Maiden Tue. 10 at 10:30.
Robots are People, Too with Boston attorney John Weaver Wed. 11 at 7:00. Explore the legal challenges of self-driving cars, drones, & A.I. For teens & adults.
Sonic Pi Synthesizer Programming Sat. 14 at 1:30, Grades 4-9. Registration required.
Friends Preview Sale: Fri. 20, 6-8, only $10 to join.  Public Sale: Sat. 21 from 9-3.
The sale continues Monday-Thursday.   
ALSO: the Teen Poetry Contest is open for submissions. 
Ongoing Programs 
Knitting: Mondays 12-2:30. Cribbage: Thursdays 10-12.
Bridge: Mondays,Wednesdays: 10-12 (some exp. required).
In this issue
Tax Info
Children's Room
Book Groups
Teen News
April Preview
Sat. March 28, 1-3:20
Rated PG-13.
Bring a cushion!
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Tax Appointments with AARP SeniorCare
Our wonderful volunteers are ready for the tax season!  Call or stop by to schedule your appointment for a Wednesday or Friday at 10, 11, & Noon, starting Feb. 11 and running to April 10.  You will need all of your paperwork and documents for the current year as well as last years' submitted forms. 
Tax Forms: We will not be receiving IRS instruction booklets.  We have some of the standard forms (1040, 1040A, 1040EZ) and can make copies of forms you require. We have State tax booklets, and lots of them.
This Just In! Waldorf School Puppet Show: Snow Maiden Tue. 10 at 10:30.
Student Chess Club still has a little room, meeting Mondays at 3:30, all levels of players are welcome.
Lego Club is on every Wed. at 3. Join our free-form builders for some imaginative fun. Drop-ins are welcome.
STEAM into Science every Thur. at 3, for children 30 months to K.
Tales & Treats: Sat. 7 at 11.  Theme: Friends!  Enjoy stories, songs and create a fun craft to take home, for children ages 2 and up.
Art Club meets on Tue. 17 at 3:30 to make treasure boxes.
Fluffy Bunnies Storytime Sat. 21 at 11. Quick like a bunny- grab a friend and join us for stories, songs & a craft.
The full schedule is on the blog with winter storytimes, events & great reads.
For questions contact Lorraine Der, Children's Librarian:   978-468-5577. 
Wednesday Night Bookclub   Next for April The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry  is up for discussion April 1 at 7:00. Copies are available at the Library. Be a part of this new group and grow your own bookclub, the way you'd like it! The next titles for May & June are to be decided by the group.
Mystery Mayhem Book Group  features 'Dark Heroes: Sleuths on the Edge'
 Tue. 10 at 10:30. April 14 meeting features: 'Smarter Than the Average Bear: Classic Mysteries.' Read & discuss the genre giants like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, Ellery Queen, and others.   
Literary Luncheon discusses  The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty on Tue. 17 at 11:30. Be sure to bring your brown-bag lunch. Up next for April 21, is Henry Beston's The Outermost House.
Science is Everywhere! Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics events are underway! Don't miss out on April, May & June programs featuring chemical reactions, rocket launchers, polymers & catapults. Register now!
Announcing the 5th Annual Themed Teen Poetry Contest! Check out the blog for all the great details, this year's theme is: horror.
Wowbrary Teen: catch the newest materials, in all their splendor!

MAGE: Minecraft and Assorted Games for Everyone meets Wednesday afternoons 2:30 to 4:30. Bring your own laptop.

The Teen Think Tank meets on the first Thursday of each month to discuss programs and services specifically designed for teens. Share your ideas & have some pizza with us on April 2 at 6:30.
For more info contact the Young Adult Librarian,  Kim Claire:   978-468-5577.
April's 'Save The Dates':
Fri. 3 at 10:30 David Polansky's Intergenerational Cabaret
Sat. 4 at 2:00 Life and Death at Sea by Jim McAllister
Tue. 7 at 7:00 Lightweight Backpacking with Allison Nadler
Wed. 8 at 3:30 Chemical Reactions with Brian Sheckells
Mon. 13 at 6:00 Brain Building Literacy Workshop (details forthcoming)
Tue. 14 at 7:30 Friends Annual Meeting: Killer Stuff and Tons of Money
Tue. 21 at 3:30: Museum of Science: Super-Cold Science
Wed. 22 at 2:00 Rocket Launchers with Brian Sheckells
Wed. 29 at 7:00 Pollinator Gardens with Kim Smith