Peabody Institute Library, Danvers  

In This Issue
Community Events
A Murder in Wellesley
Intro to Tarot Reading
Author Sean Stellato
Using the Library Online
Holiday Hours
Monday, October 13
Library Closed
Community Events
at the Library   
Wed., Oct. 8 - 10am-1pm

Long Term Care  
Facts from Two Experts 
Wed., Oct. 8 - 6:00pm  
Book Groups 
Tue., Oct. 14 - 7:30pm 
Euphoria by Lily King

Mon., Oct. 20 - 10am 
The Invisible Ones
by Stef Penney    
Networking Group
for Job Seekers 
Friday, October 24   
10:30am - 12:00pm  
Register at 978-774-0554.
Are you a beginner when it comes to computers? 

One-on-one help sessions are offered several times a week.  Contact the Reference Desk for more info: 978-774-0554.
October 2014
Saturday Movie Matinees ~ 2:00pm


Oct. 04 - Insidious
Oct. 11 - The Mortal Instruments: 
                City of Bones

Oct. 18 - The Sixth Sense         
Oct. 25 - The Quiet Ones              
A Murder in Wellesley
Thursday, October 2 ~ 7:00pm      

On Halloween morning, 1999, Mabel Greineder was savagely murdered along a wooded trail in Wellesley. The town was further shaken when suspicion turned to her husband, a prominent allergist and family man who was soon revealed to be leading a secret life involving prostitutes, pornography, and trysts online.

Tom Farmer is a former award-winning newspaper reporter and editor who covered the entire Dirk Greineder murder case.
Marty Foley spent more than 24 years with the Massachusetts State Police and was the lead detective on the case.
Introduction to Tarot Card Reading 
Thursday, October 16 ~ 7:00pm

Curious about Tarot cards and how to use them? In this entertaining and informative presentation, Sally Cragin will introduce you to this fascinating pastime.
She will discuss the history of the cards, the meaning of the "suits" and the "Trump" or Major Arcana cards. If you have a Ryder-Waite deck, bring it along! This program is for beginners, experienced readers, and curious folks.    Click here to register.  
No Backing Down with Author Sean Stellato
Wednesday, October 29 ~ 7:00pm      

No Backing Down is the story of the 1994 Salem High School football team: the events leading up to the 11-day teachers strike midway through the season, the decision by head coach Ken Perrone to continue coaching despite a cease-and-desist order placed on him by the school and the team's improbable run to the Northeastern Conference title.  Click here to register.
Your Library Online: Danvers Archival Center

The Archival Center houses a wonderful and diverse collection of materials that relate to the history of Salem Village and Danvers from the 17th century to the present, but have you been to its webpage?  

The Danvers Archival Center website is a marvelous collection of articles by Archivist Richard Trask, images and other resources related to all manner of Danvers history including these and many more!

Peabody Institute Library ~ 15 Sylvan Street ~ Danvers, MA  01923 ~ 978-774-0554