All Upcoming Events

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Young children will enjoy this lively, engaging Storytime with Do Music!  Instruments, music, dance, stories, craft and snack with a special  theme!  Call to register or drop in.
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If you have ever wanted to learn how to weave, now is your chance. This beginner lesson will teach you how to create a tapestry in just one class. Ages 12 and up are welcome with parental supervision.  Space is  limited and registration is required.  Call 397-3873 or email; ltait@coventrylibrary…
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Have you always wanted to write? Do you have a poem or story that's waiting to be written? Join former teacher, Laurie Murphy, as she guides you through the writing process.  Bring a note book, laptop or journal and be prepared to let the creative juices flow. Registration is required.
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Children, infant to age 6, are invited to Storytime at Greene Library where we will read about  gardens this week, listen to music, play with our felt board , make a special craft and enjoy a snack!  It is a wonderful way to socialize and meet new friends.  Afterwards, children may stay and play in…
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Join us on the last Thursday of each month as we discuss our monthly book selection by our  fireplace. This month's selection is; Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng Call to reserve your copy.
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All are welcome to join Cribbage Night at Greene Library, the last Friday of each month.  Learn to play or sharpen your skills!  Additional card games may also be played. Snacks are provided or bring your own.  Call to register at 397-3873 or email; ltait@coventrylibrary.org
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We will discuss Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens.  Summary: Kya Clark is the "Marsh Girl" of Barkley Cove on the North Carolina coast. Abandoned at age ten, she has survived on her own in the marsh that she calls home. A born naturalist, she took life lessons from the land, learning from the…
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Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti who portrayed Harriet Tubman so beautifully returns as the slave Oney Judge Staines.  Oney served Martha Washington as her personal attendant.  While the Washington family was living in Philadelphia as the temporary capital of the United States, Oney took the opportunity…
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This month we will be preparing recipes from any of the Pioneer Woman cookbooks. Call to reserve a cook book, then let us know what dish that you will be bringing.  Call to register or with any questions.  
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Create a beautiful Step Stone for your garden!  All materials and instruction are provided.  Registration is required.