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EASTER EGG HUNT
Saturday, March 28, 11:00am, for Children Up to Age 10
at the park behind the Princeton Center Building, Boylston Ave.


Princeton Parks and Recreation and the Princeton Library Teen Advisory Board are hosting a "Princeton Easter Egg Hunt." Bring your own bag or basket.  Snow boots will be needed.

ARTISTIC ASTRONOMY VIDEO PRESENTATION
"Where the Earth Meets the Sky: The Glassworks of Josh Simpson"
Tuesday, March 31, 6:30-7:30pm


Join us for a video presentation of the world-famous glassblowing artist, Josh Simpson.  Mr. Simpson, who is married to an astronaut, has been inspired to create solid glass planets in his Shelburne Falls, Mass. studio.  Samples of his small planets will be available for viewing.


POEM IN YOUR POCKET WORKSHOP
Saturday, April 18, 10:00-12:00, All Ages


The Princeton Arts Society will sponsor a "Poem in Your Pocket" Workshop at the Princeton Library. Participants will make an origami pocket to hold a favorite short poem, original or otherwise. Everyone is welcome, and all materials will be provided. Workshop will be led by Claire Degutis and Claire Golding.


    





 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 



LIBRARY TELESCOPE NOW AVAILABLE FOR CHECKOUT


Available for Princeton residents with a valid library card,
18 years and older.

The 4.5 Orion Starblast Telescope can be checked out for 10 days and patrons must sign an agreement assuming responsibility for this equipment.

  Sign up sheet available at the circulation desk or call
978-464-2115 for more information.
 
Telescope donated by Robert, Kathleen and Alexander Mura of Princeton.

 
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