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.
Marblehead teens are invited to join our weekly Teen Advisory Group (TAG), which will continue online starting tomorrow, on Tuesday, October 6th!
Help the Teen Librarian create virtual programs and build the teen collection! Chat and collaborate with other teen patrons of Abbot Public Library through Discord! Sign up once through Assabet, our registration software, and receive your email invitation to join the Abbot Library Teens Discord Server the next business day. And be sure to login to the server at the scheduled time and dates to be a part of the future of the library’s teen department. This month, TAG will be on Tuesdays, October 6th, 13th, 20th, & 27th , 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
You will need a library card with your birth date listed to register for the program. If you do not have a library card in your name, email the Teen Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 781-631-1481, Ext. 218 to find out how to get one.
Step up to the plate and put this date in your calendar – on Wednesday, August 26th, at 7:00 pm, you are invited to join a special event via Zoom! Co-sponsored by Abbot Public Library, Jewish Community Center of the North Shore (JCCNS), and Lappin Foundation, this event will feature Larry Ruttman of Brookline, who will be discussing his book, American Jews and America’s Game (chosen the best baseball book in the country in 2013 by Sports Collectors Digest); as well as his forthcoming memoir, Larry Ruttman – A Memoir: An Existential Triad of Friendship, Maturation and Inquisitiveness. And, moderating the event will be baseball polymath and legal expert, Professor Jack Beermann!
Visit the library’s website for more details about this event and how to access it! All the information for joining on Zoom is also listed below.
If you want even more baseball books and other materials, check out more print baseball books or DVDs (with no checkout fee while we offer Curbside Service!) to include in your bag o’books, or see what items are available online on Overdrive and hoopla!
Information to access the Zoom meeting is as follows:
Topic: Larry Ruttman
Time: Aug 26, 2020 06:45 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)