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Library Closed for Indigenous Peoples Day

Indigenous Peoples Day

MONDAY, October 8

All Public Library of Brookline locations will be closed Monday, October 8, in observance of Indigenous Peoples Day.

Drop-in Tech Help

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Brookline Village

MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS, 10-11 AM

TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS, 7-8 PM

Interested in ebooks? Befuddled by Facebook? New computer confusing you? Is your tablet giving you trouble? We’re here to help!
Come by our drop-in tech help session and ask a librarian your technology-related questions! Please note that this program is meant to provide basic technology help – we are unable to assist with in-depth technology issues, hardware repairs, or specialized software instruction. Please bring any devices that you have questions about, or check out one of our Chromebooks.
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UPCOMING EVENTS

Hogwarts at the Library

Text: Join the Wizarding Resistance. Sign up Wednesday, October 3 at 3 PM
Brookline Village

SUNDAY, October 28

Save the date for our third annual Hogwarts at the Library event! Sign-up will begin Wednesday, October 3 at 3 PM. Learn more about our sessions for children and families here and our session for teens and adults here.
We'll also be holding a sock drive as part of our event. Everyone is invited to donate NEW socks in the Brookline Village Library Children's Room anytime before or during the event.
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Generously sponsored by the Friends of the Brookline Public Library.

Sign Up for Girls Who Code

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Brookline Village

Sign up starting THURSDAY, October 4 at 3 PM

Girls in grades 6 through 12, join us at the Public Library of Brookline for this year’s Girls Who Code clubs! Two weekly sessions will run throughout the year, one on Tuesdays and one on Thursdays.
Learn more and sign up here.

Author Talk: Taran Matharu, Kim Savage, Sasha Alsberg

Matharu Talk
Brookline Village

TUESDAY, October 9 at 6:30 PM

Join authors Taran Matharu (The Summoner’s Handbook), Kim Savage (In Her Skin), and Sasha Alsberg (Zenith) as they discuss their newest books for teens. This event will be moderated by author Gregory Scott Katsoulis.
This program is in partnership with Brookline Booksmith.

Author Talk: Jose Antonio Vargas

Jose Antonio Vargas Talk
Brookline Village

THURSDAY, October 11 at 6:30 PM

Jose Antonio Vargas will discuss his book, Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen.

Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, called “the most famous undocumented immigrant in America,” tackles one of the defining issues of our time in this explosive and deeply personal call to arms.
This program is in partnership with Brookline Booksmith.
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UPCOMING SCREENINGS

MIDDAY MOVIES

Chappaquiddick_(film)
Putterham
WEDNESDAY, October 3

1:30 PM



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MOVIE MATINEE

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Brookline Village
THURSDAY, October 4

1 PM refreshments
1:30 PM film

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Recipes: Toast and Hot Chocolate

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Enjoy a recipeand a reading recommendationcourtesy of Library staff. This week, try Toast and Hot Chocolate. Ever since Reference Librarian Cailey's encountered it in a book, it has become a go-to comfort meal, especially in cold weather.
Ingredients: Two pieces of your favorite bread, butter, one packet of hot chocolate mix, hot water (or you can melt chocolate in warm milk if you want to get fancy).
Directions: Have your favorite mug and plate ready. Toast your bread and then spread a generous helping of butter on both pieces. Heat the water until it boils and then mix it with the hot chocolate according to the directions on the packet. If you're feeling adventurous, try dipping a piece of the toast into the hot chocolate (it's delicious).
Pair with: Beauty by Robin McKinley. In the book, toast and hot chocolate is Beauty's favorite breakfast.
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