March Into The Library

March 1, 2015

March Friends Events

All programs take place at the Roslindale Branch Library unless noted.

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Special Event! Opening Reception, Friends Annual Yarn and Craft Sale
Thursday, March 5, 7-9pm
Kick off the Friends Annual Yarn and Craft Sale with a talk by Kristin Nicholas, noted knitwear designer and author of Crafting a Colorful Home. Early bird shopping starts at 5pm.

Special Event! Friends Annual Yarn and Craft Sale
March 5: 5-9pm
March 6: 10am-4pm
March 7: 10am-1pm
Raffle prizes include yarn from Knit Collage, Dirty Water DyeWorks, Classic Elite, Quince & Co.; gift certificates from Black Sheep, JP Knit & Stitch, WEBS and more!
Donations of yarn, accessories, books and patterns welcome through March 2.

New! Latin American Art, a program for children ages 6-12
Mondays, 2:30-4:30pm, ages 6-12,
Join Maria Conte for this introduction to Latin American artists. You’ll have a chance to try out the techniques used by these artists and to learn some Spanish.

New! Imagine and Move, a program for children ages 1-7
Saturday, March 14, 11am-1pm; program starts at 11:30.
Imagine and Move brings its kids activity program to Roslindale! Kids ages 1-7 should come ready to dance, sing and use their imaginations. Part of the Roslindale Community Corridor in conjunction with the Winter Farmers Market. 

Rozzie Reads Poetry: Featured Poets and Open Mic
Thursday, March 19, 7-9pm
Roslindale House, Community Room, 120 Poplar Street
Hear writers LaDette Randolph and Dorothy Derifield read from their works.

Art and Society
Thursday, March 12, 6-7:30pm
Join Neil Gupta for this multi-media presentation

Adult Book Discussion Group: Songs of Willow Front by Jamie Ford
Thursday, March 26, 1:30-2:30pm
We would love to have more members!

Information Technology
Friday, March 27, 12-1pm
Join Neil Gupta for this multi-media presentation

English Conversation Group
Thursdays, 6-7:30pm; Saturdays, 10:30am-12pm
Practice your English at these free, drop-in conversation groups open to speakers at all levels.

Click here for information on ongoing programs like Library Creative Drama with Ann Adams, the Knitting Group for Teens and Homework Help.

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