About Liz Barbour - Liz Barbour's Creative Feast
ARTISAN BREAD IN 5 MINUTES PER DAY with Liz Barbour
Wed, Oct 14 at 7 pm
This free virtual program will show you how to make the easiest bread you will ever bake-even if you have never baked bread before! Four ingedients and no kneading!  

Register in advance for this webinar:   You do not need a Zoom account.  When you register for this class you will receive a confirmation, a list of ingredients and equipment you'll need to work along with Liz.  
STEPHANO: THE TRUE STORY OF SHAKESPEARE'S SHIPWRECK
Sept 24 and 26, both at 7 pm on Holliston Cable Access
Tune into Holliston Cable Access Television for this documentary produced by Massachusetts film maker, Andrew Buckley.  It will be shown on Verizon Channel 32 and Comcast Channel 8 on Sept 18, 22, 24 and 26, all at 7 pm.
This 90-minute film follows the story of Stephen Hopkins, the only Mayflower passenger who had been to the New World before.  A decade earlier, aboard the Jamestown-bound Sea Venture, Hopkins and the other castaways lived for 9 months on Bermuda before sailing for Virginia. Condemned to death for mutiny, Hopkins’ misadventures were immortalized in the drunken butler Stephano in Shakespeare’s The Tempest.  
NEW!
This new book club reads mysteries and thrillers and meets virtually on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 11 am to discuss the selected title.  Books are available about one month prior to the discussion in print and, where noted, in ebook and audio format.  Register on the calendar of events or email Lmcdonnell@minlib.net or call 508-429-0617 to get your Zoom invitation.  Free and open to all.

Tues, Oct 13The Lost Man by Jane Harper: Brothers Nathan and Bub Bright meet for the first time in months at the remote fence line separating their cattle ranches in the lonely Australian outback.  Their brother Cameron lies dead at their feet.  Discovering who and why forces Nathan to face the past he's been running from for years.  Available in downloadable audio in Hoopla, ebook and audio in Libby and in print form at the library.  

Tues, Nov 10: Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson: Years ago, Boston bookseller Malcolm Kershaw compiled a list of the genre’s most unsolvable murders which he titled “Eight Perfect Murders.”  When an FBI agent comes knocking on his door one snowy day she’s looking for information about unsolved murders that look eerily similar to the killings on Mal’s old list. 

Irish Need Not Apply Magnet - Tenement Museum
IRISH NEED NOT APPLY
Sunday, Oct 4 at 2 pm
Join Christopher Daley to virtually explore the history of the Irish in Boston from colonial times until the present.  Register in the calendar of events to get your free Zoom invitation to the program.  Sponsored by the Friends of the Library, the Medway Public Library and the Holliston Historical Society.  Need help with Zoom?  Email us or call 508-429-0617.  
VIRTUAL PROGRAMS
Virtual programs you can enjoy at no cost from area libraries.  Click on each to register and receive a Zoom invitation:  

Online Meditation

One City, One Story: the Boston Book Festival










 

Amazon.com: Celestial Bodies (9781948226943): Alharthi, Jokha, Booth,  Marilyn: Books
VIRTUAL MORNING BOOK CLUB
First Monday of each month at 11 am
Join us for a virtual discussion of the selected title.  We have print copies of each selection available about one month prior to the discussion.    Register in advance under Calendar of Events to get your Zoom invitation to the discussion.  Zoom requires a laptop, tablet or smartphone and there is a call-in option.  

New to ebooks, audio or Zoom or having trouble?  Email us or call 508-429-0617.  We will give you one-on-one help at any time.  

Mon, Oct 5 at 11 am: CELESTIAL BODIES by Jokha Alharthi.  This title is available in print and in e-book and downloadable audio from Hoopla

Mon, Nov 2 at 11 am:  THE BLUEST EYE by Toni Morrison.  



 
VIRTUAL HISTORY BOOK CLUB
HOW THE VIRTUAL CLUB WORKS
Attend as many meetings as you like. Read the selected book and attend the discussion led by Ginny Keniry on Zoom. Bring your ideas, questions and comments or simply listen. Multiple copies of the books are available to borrow from the library about a month in advance or can be purchased on your own.  NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WARMLY WELCOME.  To get your Zoom invitation, register here.
 

THE PLACE & TIME
Discussions take place one Monday per month from 10:30-12 noon
Membership in the book club is free and open to everyone. For more information, call the library at 508-429-0617 or email Ginny at ginbibi@gmail.com.  Bring a friend!

THE BOOKS
Mon, Sept 28: The Admirals by Walter Borneman
Mon, Oct 26: The French Revolution by Ian Davidson
Mon, Nov 23: Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community and War by Nathaniel Philbrick
Mon, Dec 21: The Perfectionists: How Precision Engineers Created the Modern World by Simon Winchester
Mon, Jan 2021 (TBD):  The Pioneers : the heroic story of the settlers who brought the American Ideal West by David McCullough