January 2017

Holiday Hours
Sunday, January 1
Library Closed

Monday, January 2
Library Closed

Monday, January 16

Library Closed

Tuesday, January 24
Library Closing at 5:00pm
Read This! 
Read This! is our reader's advisory blog. Full of reviews, literary news, and book links, there is something here for every book lover.  Check it out
Community Events  
Monday Book Group 
Monday, Jan. 9 - 7:30pm

Tuesday Book Group  
Tuesday, Jan. 10 - 10:00am
SCORE: Business Workshop 
Wednesday Jan. 11 - 6:00pm 
Networking Group 
Friday, Jan. 13 - 10:30am  

Heritage Film Series
Tuesday, Jan. 17 - 1:00pm 

History Book Group

Wednesday, Jan. 18 - 7:00pm

Networking Group 
Friday, Jan. 27 - 10:30am

Danvers Democratic Comm. Monday, Jan. 30 - 7:00pm

Heritage Film Series

Tuesday, Jan. 31 - 1:00pm
Library News and Programs
Workers' Struggles:
An International Labor Poster Exhibit     
January 3 - February 26
On display in our Ground Floor Gallery: Posters from a collection owned by longtime labor activist Stephen Lewis.  

This project is supported in part by a grant from the Danvers Cultural Council and by Roofers Local 33, Bricklayers Local 3, Painters DC 35, Asbestos Workers Local 6, Postal Workers Local 100, and Machinists Local 100.  
Finding Inner Peace Through Meditation    
Thursday, January 12
- 7:00pm

Meditation is a pathway to inner peace that enriches the spirit. Learn how to approach meditation in a practical way to help your physical, mental, and spiritual self.

Eileen Carlotto is a teacher, author, and illustrator with 35 years of meditation experience. She has studied under a world-renowned teacher to better share her technique with others. Mark and Eileen Carlotto run the Cape Ann Meditation program and give talks on Jyoti Meditation throughout the Boston area.  Click here to register.  
Tea: The First Wicked Weed    
Tuesday, January 17
- 7:00pm

How did a town hall vote to discourage the sale and purchase of British-made goods in 1767 lead to the Declaration of Independence?

Learn how women's choices as consumers and their sacrifices for the "Cause" helped radicalize the American countryside and sway the men in their lives to put down the "baubles of servitude" and become patriots!  Click here to register.  
Library Online: Evergreen Upgrades 

Our circulation system will be undergoing maintenance the evening of Sunday, January 8 and should be complete during the day on Monday, January 9.

NOTE:  During the maintenance period, a frozen catalog will be available however, holds will NOT be able to be placed and staff will be unable to look up your account.  Library cards will be REQUIRED for ALL transactions. 

This process will correct problems and install new features to our catalog and circulation systems.   

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