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Tuesday, May 15th 2018

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Library Connection

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Thanks to the Library Connection, homebound Brookline residents can receive library materials delivered to their home by volunteers. This is a partnership between the Council on Aging and Public Library of Brookline. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or receiving this service, contact Volunteer Coordinator Patricia Burns at the Council on Aging 617-730-2743.

Brookline Eats! Taste Test Party

BROOKLINE EATS
Brookline Village

SATURDAY, May 19 at 2 PM

It's the grand finale of Brookline Eats!, and we're throwing a Taste Test Party. Join us to sample all sorts of treats - from tortilla chips to pickles to pastries - courtesy of local eateries and your friendly librarians.

Part of the Brookline Eats! series.
Supported by a grant from the Brookline Community Foundation. Generously sponsored by the Friends and Trustees of the Brookline Library.
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UPCOMING EVENTS

Jeanne Birdsall Author Visit

Penderwicks
Brookline Village

THURSDAY, May 17 at 3:30 PM

Celebrate the release of the final Penderwicks book with a special talk and Q&A event with Jeanne Birdsall!
The Children's Book Shop will be selling books at the event. Don't forget to bring or buy a copy of the Penderwicks for Jeanne to sign!

Learn Something New: Refresh Your Style

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Brookline Village

MONDAY, May 21 at 7 PM

Join stylists Amanda Sanford Smith and Lisa Mauriello from Unfoldid and learn how to refresh your style. The stylists will share how to dress to flatter your silhouette and how to dress casual and still look good, covering women’s and men’s fashion. There will be a Q&A, so bring your tough wardrobe challenges so you can ask the experts!
This event is part of the Learn Something New series. Generously sponsored by the Library Trustees.

Learn Something New: Fixit Clinic

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Brookline Village

SATURDAY, May 26 at 1 PM

Come join your neighbors at the Library’s first Fixit Clinic! How it works: You bring your broken items and we’ll provide the tools and volunteer coaches with expertise in fixing a wide variety of things including: bikes/skateboards, clothing/textiles, computers/phones, kitchen appliances, jewelry, small electrical devices, toys, anything else! *Carry in only–no oversized items, firearms, or other dangerous items.*
This event is part of the Learn Something New series. Generously sponsored by the Library Trustees.

Belles and Brujas Author Tour

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Brookline Village

TUESDAY, June 5 at 7 PM

Join four young adult authors for a fantastic panel discussion! Featuring authors Dhonielle Clayton (THE BELLES), Zoraida Cordova (BRUJA BORN), Julie Dao (FOREST OF A THOUSAND LANTERNS), and Sasha Alsberg (ZENITH).
This event is in partnership with the Brookline Booksmith.

Tee Off at the Library

Tee Off 2018
Brookline Village

SATURDAY, June 16

Join us for a day of mini-golf, snacks, refreshments, and superheroes!

Families and all ages: noon-4 PM

Adults 21+: 6-9 PM

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UPCOMING SCREENINGS

MIDDAY MOVIES

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Putterham
WEDNESDAY May 16
1:30 PM
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MOVIE MATINEE

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Coolidge Corner
THURSDAY May 17
Refreshments 1 PM
Screening 1:30-4 PM
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MEET STAFF PETS

Louis the cat

Louis

What you call them every day other than their name: Louie Bear when he's being a good boy and Lucifer when he's not!
A favorite quirk in their behavior: Louis loves going out on the porch in the morning, but only when someone else goes out with him. If no one takes him up on his porch plans, he'll just start meowing until someone comes out or we let him back in.
Favorite sleeping spot: He loves sleeping on the top of the sofa, in particular on the left hand side. I leave a blanket on that spot for him in the winter.
Can they do a trick? He can actually fetch! He's so good and talented!
Belongs to: Melinda, Circulation, Brookline Village Library
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