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Evening Book Discussion Group

Next Meeting : Thursday, May 25 -- 7:00PM
Book : A Tale for the Time Being
by Ruth Ozeki
"the past collides with the here and now"
Copies are available at the circulation desk.
FACILITATOR : CLAIRE MAURO

DOCUMENTARY FILM


WHEN : Tuesday May 16
TIME : 7:00PM
JOIN US !!

FOREIGN FILM


WHEN: Wednesday May 31
TIME: 7:00PM
JOIN US!!

  Yoga Classes with Chris Primavera
WHEN : Wednesdays
TIME : 6:30-7:45
A new session begins May 10 and continues May 17, 24, and June 7, 14, 21.
Cost of the six week session is $60 payable to the Friends of the Fiske.
Sign-up at the front desk.

AUTHOR TALK
WHEN : TUESDAY MAY 23
TIME : 6:30-8

Cheryl Melody Baskin, author of “Shift of Heart” will be here to speak on how to achieve life wisdom.  She believes in quiet contemplation, the healing powers of nature and the idea that inner peace is possible.  Cheryl conducts workshops that teach how to feel calm and at peace in less than five minutes. Sign up at the desk by calling or in person.

Pottery Demonstration -- PIED  POTTER  HAMELIN
WHEN :Thurs. June 22nd
TIME : 1:00-2:30pm
AGES : School Age - Senior Citizens


Richard Hamelin's program "Creativity Builds a Better World", blends a pottery wheel demonstration, stories and a pinch pottery workshop. It is said that "Every piece of clay is a piece of someone's life".
This is an exciting program where the pottery wheel will connect our communities as we explore how a better world was built from clay.  The tiny speck of clay can be used to create beauty, build structures or cook and serve a meal. This pottery demonstration begins with the basic concept of pressure and motion, involving simple forms that Richard will use to complete several projects, bringing to life creatures one piece at a time while he share stories from the mud that connect and celebrate our unique differences. For more information visit  www.piedpotterhamelin.com 
Tickets available at the circulation desk on May 17th or call 508-384-5440.  Program is free but canned-good donations will be gratefully accepted for the Wrentham Food Pantry.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Wrentham Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.




 












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