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LIBRARY SUMMER READING PROGRAMS

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Ages for Toddlers (18 months – 3.5 years), Pre-k (3.5 years to entering Kindergarten)

Toddler            Pre-K to K    Grades 1-3                   Grades 4-5

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         Teens                          Adults

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Adults (Grades 9+)        Teens (Grades 6-9)        Kids (Toddler – Grade 5)

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UPCOMING SUMMER PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

adult logo for webADULTS: Thursday, July 28 6:00 – 7:00 pm Cookbook Creations! Cookbook: The Summer Book by Susan Branch. Create and taste summer recipes! Get recipes from Susan Branch’s website. Participants make a recipe & bring the dish to share at the program! Friends of the Library will provide beverages. Registration Required. Visit or call the library (508)885-7513 or email: dfarmosa@cwmars.org to register. Sponsor: Friends of the Library.

Teen logo for webTEENS (Grades 6-9)Monday, July 25 Grades 6-9 from 3:30-5:30  JAPESCAPE THEATER IMPROV. Join us in this fun, creative improv workshop! Registration required. Sponsor: E.M. Thibault Excavation Wednesday, July 27  Museum of Science presents Blizzards: Outwit the Elements  2:00-3:00     Grades 4-9  Registration Required. Space is limited.  Engineer a tree house to withstand high winds and save skiers from a wild mountain avalanche.  This hands-on workshop includes two exciting activities, and gives participants a chance to plan, build, and test their designs against the forces of nature.  Sponsor: MOS & SpencerBank

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Toddler: Thursday, July 26th 10:00 Scavenger Hunt

Ages 4-6: Thursday, July 26th at 11:00 Scavenger Hunt

Grades K-5:  Wednesday, July 27  Museum of Science presents Blizzards: Outwit the Elements  2:00-3:00     Grades 4-9       3:00-4:00       Grades K-3     Registration Required. Space is limited.  Engineer a tree house to withstand high winds and save skiers from a wild mountain avalanche.  This hands-on workshop includes two exciting activities, and gives participants a chance to plan, build, and test their designs against the forces of nature.  Sponsor: MOS & SpencerBank


 Museum Passes 

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Check out our discount museum passes.

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Borrow Kill-A-Watt Meter 

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CWMARS

We are full members of the Central/Western MA Resource Sharing (C/W MARS) network. If you already have a C/W MARS library card, you are welcome to use it at the Richard Sugden Library. You can request items online, and have them delivered to the library using your C/W MARS card! You are also able to pay library fines/bills online.To get a free library card, bring in a photo ID and a piece of mail with your current address. *Library cards are required for all library transactions.


Library Website QR Code (Quick Response Code)

A two-dimensional bar code. Users with a smart phone or android can take a picture of the image of the QR code to open the Library€™s web page in your telephone’s browser.


WiFi

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The Library is a Free WiFi location! We have an open connection from any area of the Library! Bring in your lap top and try it out today!


The Library Mission

The mission of the Richard Sugden Library is to provide open and free access to educational, informational, recreational, historical, and cultural resources for area residents through its collections and programs. The library is a community center, offering meeting spaces and study areas for a wide variety of library and community events.