Join us for Ted Reinstein’s brand new talk, The New Normal New England Road Trip: No Mask or Gas Required.
During a challenging time when most people are limiting their travel, this talk takes you along on a rollicking ride around New England—all in just one hour, and all from the comfort of your own home.
Longtime “Chronicle” reporter Ted Reinstein is your tour guide. Ted’s 20-plus years of reporting and telling stories from all over New England means this is not your average bus tour. Prepare to meet colorful characters, learn odd facts about familiar places, and of course—this being a Ted talk—expect to visit at least a few fabulous classic diners. (Spoiler alert: Ted reveals where to find THE best clam chowdah in America—and it’s right here in New England!)
This free virtual road trip will be presented on Zoom on Thursday March 25, 2021 at 7 pm. Please email email@example.com to register. We will send you a Zoom link on the morning of the event.
From our friends at Merrimack Valley Hospice:
Free, on-going, drop-in Zoom meeting. Facilitated by and for those in the LGBTQ+ community who have experienced a loss. Join us in an accepting space where the journey of grief is supported and explored.
EVERY OTHER TUESDAY, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
To sign up or for more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-933-5593.
Have you heard the news? The Saugus Public Library has been selected as the beneficiary of the @Shaws GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Program!
Each time a $2.50 reusable Bag is purchased at the Shaw’s Supermarket located at 34 Essex Street in Melrose during the month of March, the SPL will receive a $1.00 donation. It’s a great way to help the environment and to support your local public library.
The bags are available at various registers and at the reusable bag rack. If you are having trouble finding the bag, ask the store manager where the Shaw’s GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bag is located and they will be happy to show you!
Thank you for supporting your Library!
|From our friends, for our patrons: Early Music America and the Handel + Haydn Society present a Black History Month conversation with leading Black musicians in the field of early music and historical performance practice.|
Live Stream on Sunday, February 21 at 2pm ET
Dana Whiteside, baritone
Joseph McHardy, conductor and organist
Reginald Mobley, countertenor
Patricia Ann Neely, viola da gamba and vielle
Rachel Redmond, soprano
Jonathan Woody, bass-baritone and composer
Learn more about the panelists.
or call their Box Office at 617.266.3605
10 AM–5 PM, Monday through Friday
Make some wall art for your room. Kits include two 5X7 canvases, tissue paper, Modge Podge, a brush, and instructions. Pick up a kit during our Front Door Hours; Tue and Thurs 3:30-6:30 and Wed 12:30-2. Email us a photo of your finished project. email@example.com
Join us online for mindfulness meditation in February, March and April on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm.
The dates are:
- February 23
- March 23
- April 27
This is a free program, held via ZOOM, but registration is required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. You will receive an email with the log-in information. Registration closes at noon on the day of the event.
You can participate from your personal computer, mobile device, or smart TV. For best results, download the Zoom app to your device.
The session will be led by Crayola Tidd, a certified mindfulness meditation teacher. Crayola has been leading our Zoom meditation classes since the pandemic began.
Join us for a series of free Zoom art classes with local artist Kelly Slater.
- February 25 explore the many possibilities of making prints using common arts and crafts supplies, as well as office supplies.
- March 11 we will explore several different ways of making watercolor prints.
- April 15, will focus on drawing experiments and will invite participants to overcome any and all fears of drawing by letting go of control.
- April 29 we’ll be making accordion-style artists books.
All sessions will last 90 minutes—running from 6:30 – 8:00 pm on a Thursday. Workshops are open to ages teen through adult and all materials will be provided. Sign up for one or all four sessions.
Kelly’s philosophy is that art making is not just for experts. Instead, art can and should be fun and accessible. All people can improve both their artistic skills and their quality of life simply by making art into a playful and experimental form of recreation.
Space is limited. To reserve a place send an email to email@example.com with “SPL workshops” in the subject line. If you have questions about the content of the workshops, please contact Ms. Slater at firstname.lastname@example.org with “SPL workshops” in the subject line. When you register you will receive information about the Zoom link and how to pick up your “Take and Make” artist supplies. More information about the program.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Saugus Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency. Zoom support provided by the Saugus Public Library and select art supplies provided by your local Artist & Craftsman Supply, located at 751 Broadway (Rte. 1 S) in Saugus.
The Saugus Public Library is not accepting book donations at this time due to COVID infection concerns and a lack of storage space. While we appreciate the generous gesture, we are forced to quarantine donated items and then dispose of them ourselves. So PLEASE refrain from dropping your unwanted books, pamphlets, and magazines in our book drops. Thank you.
No matter what your interest is, OverDrive has a magazine for you. From news, food, fashion & health to the arts & technology OverDrive has it.
It’s easy. Check your magazine out just like a book and start to read. Magazines don’t count toward your checkout limit.