You can now register for our limited virtual workshop, Fearless Pastel Painting with Janet Schwartz! Eight participants will be led by the presenter on Friday, November 20th through a two-hour workshop from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm using provided pastels.
Register online here or by calling 781-631-1481, Ext. 201 during Curbside Pickup Hours (Mon-Fri 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm and Sat 9:30 am – Noon & 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm). If you call in, please make sure you speak directly to a staff person so we cannot guarantee you a spot! After you register, you will receive information about how to pick up your free! pastel kit in our Curbside Pickup location, as well as how to access the event via Zoom (you will need a computer or iPad in order to participate).
This program is funded by the generous support of the Marblehead Cultural Council.
Did you know September is National Yoga Month? Even though today’s the last day, you can continue this healthy routine all year round. Abbot Public Library has hundreds of yoga items to reserve for Curbside Pickup or check out online via our various services, which can help teach poses and routines you can use every day. Starting last month, we even resumed our monthly children’s program Story Time Yoga with Lindsey Kravitz on our new YouTube Channel, which you may have read about on our previous blog post. Watch last month’s video below!
Kids have plenty of yoga-related items to choose from through the library catalog, Overdrive/the Libby app, and hoopla. Back in April, we discussed a few children’s selections in our Continuing Yoga for Kids at Home post from before we continued our yoga story time program online. Some physical books on the way to the shelves which you can reserve in advance for Curbside Pickup include:
Sustainable Marblehead, in collaboration with the Abbot Public Library, will present a virtual storytelling event on Tuesday, May 5th at 3:30 pm. Come join “Look Up Look Down: Let’s Celebrate Trees” with nationally acclaimed storyteller and Marblehead resident Judith Black. Judith will share a 30-minute program of songs and international stories celebrating trees. The program is suitable for ages 5 and up.
From the British Isles to West Africa, traditional cultures have created stories that celebrate the value and resonance of the forest. Listen and meet a crafty spider, a hungry koala bear, and three brothers whose lives depend on their relationship to their ancient forest friends.