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Groton Public Library Events

Tue, Oct 29, 7-8:30 pm. Groton’s Michael Hackney will show what a laser cutter can do – as it turns out, many useful and fun things!
Wed, Oct 30, 6:30 pm. Foreign Film Favorites: Exploring other cultures through award-winning, internationally produced films. Sample a treat from each film’s country of origin (plus popcorn & beverages!) This month’s selec- tion: Wild Tales (Argentina).
 
LIFELONG LEARNING
Sunday, October 27, 2 pm. AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE & THE DECORATIVE ARTS: Colonial Times to 20th Century Led by Nicholas Langhart, Historic Preservationist, Lecturer, Docent, & Historic Property Manager. An illustrated chronological survey of American interiors, public and private, from the colonial era to the 20th century, correlated to changing architectural styles.
TEEN EVENTS
Wed, Oct 23, 3-5 pm. Board Games & Bites. Bring your own games or play one of ours. Treats and refreshments served. Grades 6-12
Thurs,Oct 24,7-8pm.Young Adult Advisory Council. If you love the library and library programs, we need your help to advise and assist the Young Adult Librarian. Great way to earn volunteer hours! We meet once a month on Thursday evenings, 7-8 pm, and other times for special projects.
Wed, Oct 30, 3:30-5pm. Stranger Things Escape Room: Trapped in the Upside Down. Grades 6-12.
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