News @ The Lunenburg Library

Thank you to all those who donated books which helped us
have a successful book sale this Fall.

At this time, we will not be accepting
any book donations until after the new year.

Saturday, October 20th      11:30am - 1:30pm

Come meet Marjatta and take a journey with mindfulness practice!
Marjatta will happily offer you guidance, teaching, and mentoring on your path, based on your unique goals and needs.

 'As much as mindfulness is about mind, it is about heart.  We can learn to allow ourselves to be receptive, open and accepting.  When the heart is open, we can truly be here for ourselves and others.'

Documentary Film
Wednesday, October 24th
5:00pm - 8:00pm

Robert Bly:  A Thousand Years of Joy

A Thousand Years of Joy charts Robert Bly’s singular path from farmer’s son on a wintry Minnesota farm to radical anti-Vietnam War activist to wild man of the 1990s' men’s movement.

This legacy film by Hayden Reiss is about this great Minnesota poet whose passion, politics, ecstatic spiritualism, earthiness and image-filled yet plainspoken language have influenced countless writers.  Reiss has also created a beautiful film, a visual poem to and about Bly, dusted with snow, filled with poetry, stories, and music.

Light refreshments will be served.

Call for Artists!
Is Back for the Christmas Season

November 9, 2018 - January 3, 2019

Includes 3-D Objects this year!

Ask at the Library's Front Desk for
Eligibility Requirements and Submission Form

(Small Works are images/art no larger than 11" in either direction.)

Featured Venues for October

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

Situated 20 miles west of Boston and established in 1950, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is the largest park of its kind in New England, encompassing 30 acres.  Providing a constantly changing landscape of large-scale, outdoor, modern and contemporary sculpture and site-specific installations, the Sculpture Park hosts more than 60 works -- the majority of which are on loan to the Museum.  DeCordova's mission is to inspire, educate, and delight with contemporary art from New England and beyond through sculptures in the landscape and museum exhibitions.

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Boston Children's Museum

The idea for a children’s museum in Boston developed in 1909 when several local science teachers founded the Science Teacher’s Bureau.  One of the Bureau’s main goals was to create a museum 'local in its nature and to contain, besides the natural objects, books, pictures, charts, lantern slides, etc., whatever else is helpful in the science work of the Grammar, High and Normal Schools. The specimens are to be attractively arranged and classified and the room open daily to children or anyone interested in such work.'

The Friends of the Lunenburg Library are eligible
to request Museum Passes
to many museums, zoos, and living environments throughout the State.
Join the Friends today and experience these cultural activities.

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