Tuesday, March 31st at 7:00pm
Thinking of cutting the cable cord? This session on streaming is for you! Let us explain the various hardware and software options and answer any questions you might have about this rapidly changing and increasingly popular new technology. Product demos included! Register online or by calling the Reference Desk at 781-246-6334 x2.
Wednesday, April 1st at 7:00pm
Design Psychology is about how a home looks, feels and functions, and how this impacts how people behave and interact. For example: How simple tweaks in the arrangement of your family room furniture can support and improve family bonding. How mealtime adjustments in lighting can create a calmer atmosphere for both children and parents to connect. How a bedroom can be laid out to create intimacy and relaxation.
Come hear about all this and more! Linda Varone is a Design Psychology Consultant with a Master’s in Psychology and extensive experience in Interior Design and Feng Shui. Register online or by calling the Reference Desk at 781-246-6334 x2.
Tickets for the eighth annual Blossoms at the Beebe are now on sale at Beebe Library and are also available for purchase online at Blossoms at the Beebe web site. Sponsored by Beebe Library and the Wakefield Chamber of Commerce, the annual Blossoms gala has become one of the spring’s most anticipated local events.
This year the theme is the Country Gone Glam! The Saturday, April 25 event runs from 7-11 p.m. and will be a wonderful opportunity to mingle with neighbors, enjoy food, wine, music and dancing, play Texas Hold ‘Em, view splendid floral arrangements, and bid on a variety of great items in the silent auction. Tickets for this 21+ event are now on sale for $35 per person at the Reference Desk at Beebe Library. Cash or checks made payable to “Wakefield Chamber of Commerce” will be accepted.
Blossoms proceeds support Library services, cultural events and the many Chamber projects that enhance the civic and economic life of our town.
The next News & Views is Monday April 13th at 7:30pm in the Blake Gallery. Every second and fourth Monday evening, join fellow community members and moderator Paul Robicheau of Salem State University to converse and deliberate on a wide variety of interesting topics. Register online or by calling the Reference Desk at 781-246-6334 x2.
This program is made possible by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Beebe Library intends to provide at least one age-appropriate Story Time session annually for every Wakefield child. To that end, the library offers four 6-week Story Time sessions during the school year – Fall, Winter I, Winter II, and Spring.
Wakefield High School Yearbooks dating back to 1907 are now online!
The yearbooks can be viewed as PDF files, or better yet, in a special viewer that allows you to thumb through the pages just like a physical book. You can also search for any name or word in the book, enabling you to find references to people no matter where they appear – in class listings, extracurricular activities, superlatives, or any other section.
Check it out!
Created by the Wakefield Historical Commission
Thanks to the Wakefield Historical Commission, Beebe Library now has a supply of the brochure, A Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Wakefield. The brochure is a guide to sites of historical interest in Wakefield’s downtown area, from the 17th century Hartshorne House on Church Street to the Galvin Middle School on Main Street. The brochure features photos and short descriptions of various locations, including The Old Burying Ground, The Rockery, the Odd Fellows Building, the Unitarian Universalist Church, Beebe Library, the Americal Civic Center and many more.
The brochure was produced by the Wakefield Historical Commission with funding from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Come to the library and pick up your free copy of A Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Wakefield.
ALL students are required to read their incoming grade’s assigned book. Upon returning to school in September, students will be given an assessment which reflects their knowledge and understanding of their required book. Study Guides will be available online and at the High School and Beebe libraries. Students should also be prepared for in-class discussions related to the book upon returning to school.