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The Friends are gearing up for their annual book sale (May 15-17) and have a lot of other great projects in mind. So come on down and get involved with this friendly group of volunteers for their next meeting on Thursday, March 20th at 7PM. Bring a friend, join some Friends, make some friends. More information about the Friends of the Pollard Library group is available on their webpage.
LTC is looking to get community input on their website so if you have thoughts or ideas about what you’d like to see for the new ltc.org bring them to the session next Wednesday, March 19th at 7PM at LTC – 246 Market St. RSVP for the session by visiting ltc.org.
Old man winter saw fit to impede our last independent film night go round so we’re going to try again tomorrow (Thursday, March 13th) with the feature film Aliyah directed by Elie Wajeman.
So come on down and bring a friend for what Boyd Van Hoeij from Variety called a “Cleverly Cinematic! [An] intimate and dexterous debut feature.”
Please note this film has not been rated by the MPAA and should be considered for a mature audience.
“Morningstar Access at Boston Children’s Museum offers children with special needs/medical needs the opportunity to visit the Museum at a time when there are only a few other visitors. At these times, we have a limit of 100 guests, and children and their families can explore the Museum with less concern about infections and large crowds.”
To enjoy this less crowded time you must make a special reservation at the Museum. This is in addition to reserving the pass at the library.
Click here to reserve the discounted pass at the library.
Click here to reserve time at Morningstar Access.
And of course, don’t forget to visit the library Autism Resources Guide for events related to children with special needs. There’s always something going on. Click here.