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Wrapping Party
Thursday, December 13, 4-8pm

Do you need some privacy or just some extra space to get your holiday treasures wrapped this season? Join us in the big meeting room on Thursday December 13. We’ll have relaxing holiday music playing and hot beverages to enjoy. Bring your own paper and bows. Drop in any time between 4 and 8 pm.

Monday Movie Marathon
Monday, December 17, starting at 10am

Join us for some holiday fun!  Drop in any time all day and into the evening.  Enjoy some hot chocolate while you watch a few minutes or a few hours of holiday cheer!  

10am: White Christmas
12pm: It’s a Wonderful Life
2pm: Elf
4pm: A Christmas Story
6pm: Home Alone

Genealogy Club – ongoing
2nd Monday every month, 6 to 8 pm

Interested in researching your family history? Start with yourself! Feel free to join us from 6-8 PM on the 2nd Monday every month in the Local History Room for meetings of the Genealogy Club, where like-minded researchers can make use of the Library’s resources, share ideas, and make progress on family stories. No experience necessary. No expert on hand, but those who have been working on this for a while will help you get started.

Knitting Group – ongoing
Tuesdays, 6:30 to 8 pmknitting

Join us on Tuesday evenings. Bring whatever project you are working on. This is not a class, although beginners are welcome! We will all help each other.

Adult Yoga Class – ongoing
Wednesdays from 5:30 to 7 pm

No registration required—All fitness levels welcome!  Wear comfy clothes and bring a mat if you have one. Sponsored by the Friends of the Rowley Public Library.

Friends members—$10 per class Non-Friends members- $12 per class

Book Club – ongoing
1st Thursday of the month, 6:30 to 8 pm

Join the Rowley Library Book Club on Thursday, January 3 at 6:30 p.m. for a discussion of The Turner House by Angela Flournoy.  The Turners have lived on Yarrow Street for over 50 years, through children and grandchildren, births and deaths, and the decline of their city.  Now that their aging matriarch can no longer live on her own, this complicated extended family is gathering to decide what is best to do with a house worth less than the mortgage and a past that haunts, and shapes, their futures.  Ah, siblings!

Pick up a copy of the current book at the library, then drop in to share your thoughts.  We will meet on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m.  For more information on our book club and a list of future titles as they are announced, click here.

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