All Upcoming Events

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Join Judy Jenkins for yoga each week outdoors at Greene.  In case of inclement weather, yoga may be held on zoom.  Please bring a mat and block.   We are now charging a small fee of just $25 for 6 sessions or $5 for drop in classes.  Call or email; 397-3873 or ltait@coventrylibrary.org to…
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Children, ages 9 to 12, are invited to a monthly book club on the last Tuesday of each month. This month will we read Escape From Mrs. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein. Please call to reserve a copy of the book. It is a casual and fun book group.  Light refreshments will be served. …
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Adults and teens are invited to make a Fall/Halloween themed lantern craft. All materials are provided.  Please register by calling 397-3873 or email;ltait@coventrylibrary.org Space may be limited.
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Join us on the last Thursday of each month for our lively book club.  Our September selection is The Day The World Came to Town by Jim Defede.   Call to reserve a copy of the book.
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New members are welcome! The Cranberry Cookbook celebrates the cranberry's position as an honest American fruit, a true "local food." Along with blueberries and Concord grapes, cranberries were growing on North American soil and were sustaining the natives long before the Europeans…
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Plans are underway for an afternoon  book club at Greene Library.  We will read The Death of Mrs. Westaway for our first selection. We will provide beverages and dessert!  We can discuss book choices and preferred genres going forward.  Call 397-3873 or email; ltait@coventrylibrary.org to…
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Local published author, Linda Brennan, will be offering an informative writing workshop at Greene Library. Her focus will be on "Stories to Go" , sharing her personal experiences on how to get published, writing techniques and tips on how to get started.  Registration is required for this adult…
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Linda Crotta Brennan, the award-winning author of over 20 books for young people, will lead you in brainstorming a story using a box full of stuff and nonsense. She’ll discuss the elements of story structure and how to blend them together to create a riveting tale. A question and answer period will…
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Young children, ages 2 to 5, are invited to join Anne-Marie Forer as the Pumpkin Princess at Greene Library for a lively music program in keeping with the fall season!  She will play her fiddle and banjo, sing songs, rhyme and get everyone moving to her music.  Space is limited and registration…
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Salem and New England's "Other" Witches with dynamic speaker, Tom D'Agostino!  Everyone knows about the Salem witch trials of 1692, but they were just a few of the famous "witches" New England was  home to. Real witches roamed the region casting spells, healing, and cursing those who fouled them…
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Join us at our next Daytime Book Group meeting On October 25th at 1pm to discuss Margaret Atwood's, The Handmaid's Tale.  NEW MEMBERS ALWAYS WELCOME! "The Handmaid's Tale is not only a radical and brilliant departure for Margaret Atwood, it is a novel of such power that the…