This fiction book club meets the third Friday of each month. (earlier this month due to closing on Good Friday) We bring our lunch and discuss all types of fiction.
The Reference Room
for ages 16+ and all adults who like to read young adult literature
This month's selection is:
Calling all frugal foodies! Each Monday from 2-3PM Simply Done, the Cookbook and Coupon Club meets to discuss food, swap recipes and cut coupons. Meet new people, enjoy taste testings, learn tips to save money. Register today
Working on a craft project and can't seem to finish? Love to craft but not sure what to do? Try something new. Relax in the Reference Room at the library with a warm beverage and two hours of uninterrupted crafting. Bring your own project or try one of ours. Refreshments, materials and craft ideas provided. Sign up today!
The Friends of the Library are a volunteer organization dedicated to enhancing the Swansea Public Library's services to its patrons and encouraging community use of the library. Funded by annual dues and fundraising activities, the Friends support programs for all ages and provide materials and equipment not covered by the annual operating budget.
New Friends are always welcome!
This fiction book club meets the third Friday of each month. We bring our lunch and discuss all types of fiction.
This month's selection: The Dead Ringer by M.C. Beaton
Our historical fiction book club meets the first Wednesday of each month.
This month's selection: The Glass Ocean by Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig and Karen White
Our mystery book club meets the first Wednesday of each month. We enjoy all kinds of mystery and crime books from cozy to historical to modern thrillers.
This month's selection: The Burning by Jane Casey
Quilter Diane Preble will cover the basics of quilting to get anyone started. Pick up the list of materials needed at the library. Tools and sewing machines provided. Diane will teach what type of fabric is best for quilting, good first projects and beginning techniques and tricks that will result in a beautiful quilt, wall hanging or table runner. There is no fee, but please sign up at the library as size is limited.
Join staff from Mass Audubon's Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary as we explore the wildlife around the Swansea area. The program starts with a talk and activities, then we will explore the Village Park Trails behind the Library. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Swansea Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency. Register online or call 508-223-3060