Virtual – Environmental Book Club: Read “Winter World: The Ingenuity of Animal Survival” *For Adults

Ashland Public Library 66 Front Street, Ashland, MA

Please join us for the Environmental Book Club! Each month, we'll choose a book on a topic related to climate change, sustainability, and/or what we can do to lessen our footprint. This month we'll be discussing Winter World: The Ingenuity of Animal Survival by Bernd Heinrich and learn of the wondrous adaptations the animal kingdom [...]

Virtual – What’s on Your TBR pile? with author Alana Quintana Albertson *For Adults

Ashland Public Library 66 Front Street, Ashland, MA

We're thrilled to be starting this new monthly series — What's On Your TBR Pile? — with some of our favorite authors! TBR is "to be read" and we all have stacks we know we can't read in our lifetime. But, with a little help from our favorite authors, we can refine or (goodness!) add [...]

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Virtual – Anime Club *for Teens

Ashland Public Library 66 Front Street, Ashland, MA

T(w)een Anime Club - watch anime, read manga, cosplay, learn about Japanese culture and more! Looking for a place to watch anime with your friends? Well, look no further! Come in to re-watch your favorites or catch something new. Email me at hfriedman@ashlandmass.com to request a specific show. Please note that Anime Club is for grades 6th-12th [...]

Virtual – Romance Book Club: Read Xio Axelrod *For Adults

Ashland Public Library 66 Front Street, Ashland, MA

We're loving our hybrid Romance Book Clubs! You can join in person or online —whatever is most convenient for you. This month, we're reading books by Xio Axelrod, whose The Girl with Stars in Her Eyes was an absolute must read this last year! Be ready to discuss (and add to your TBR pile!). We'll [...]

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Stories with Miss Lucie

Ashland Public Library 66 Front Street, Ashland, MA

Come to the Ashland Public Library and have fun reading stories with Miss Lucie. This program is for Pre-School Aged Kids and their Caregivers. Free tickets will be handed out one hour before the start of the program on a first come - first served basis. Space is limited. Family groups will be seated 3 [...]

Rockabye Beats for Babies, Toddlers, Preschoolers and their caregivers – REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Ashland Public Library 66 Front Street, Ashland, MA

An immersive music class where we'll sing, play, and explore instruments, dance, pretend, learn a little Spanish, and show off our goofy side. It’s a chance for children and parents to have fun, make new friends, and come together as a community to jump into the world of music! Space is very limited for this [...]

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Saturday Needlecraft Club *For Adults

Ashland Public Library 66 Front Street, Ashland, MA

Bring your project (any portable needle arts welcome — knit, needlepoint, crochet, Zentangle, quilting, sewing, etc!) to our casual gathering where you can work, talk, and share ideas together. We're trying two times — Mondays and Saturdays — for two months to see which is the best for our participants. At the end of October, [...]

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Monday Needlecraft Club *For Adults

Ashland Public Library 66 Front Street, Ashland, MA

Bring your project (any portable needle arts welcome — knit, needlepoint, crochet, zentangle, quilting, sewing, etc!) to our casual gathering where you can work, talk, and share ideas together. We're trying two times — Mondays and Saturdays — for two months to see which is the best for our participants. At the end of October, [...]

Card Making for Valentine’s Day with Jan Poppendieck *For Adults

Ashland Public Library 66 Front Street, Ashland, MA

Come join us for an evening of card making with Jan, with a focus on Valentine's Day (or Palentine, or Galentine, etc). We will learn stamping and card making techniques using our huge stash of supplies. Everyone will be free to select their papers and card styles in this open format workshop. Jan will teach [...]

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Virtual – The Extraordinary Story Of The Tuskegee Airmen *For Adults

Ashland Public Library 66 Front Street, Ashland, MA

Learn the story of how a group of black men, who were once considered of little value to the World War II war effort, proved they could take down enemy aircraft abroad and racial barriers at home. Led by Jeffrey Urbin, Education Specialist at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. Please register for [...]