Tuesday, March 3rd at 7:00pm
The Traveling Librarian will also be visiting Romania where you’ll visit the contrasting regions of Maramures, one of the most rural and traditional parts of the country, and Bucharest, the bustling southern capital. Register online or by calling the Reference Desk at 781-246-6334 x2.
Thursday, March 5th at 7:00pm
In 2013, Wendy Johnson backpacked the entire 2,700 mile long Pacific Crest Trail. Join Wendy to hear about her experiences and lessons learned. Presentation includes a slide show and a Q & A session—Wendy hopes you’ll leave inspired and encouraged to follow your own dreams! Register online or by calling the Reference Desk at 781-246-6334 x2.
Saturday, March 14th at 9:00am
Why wait until April to play in the dirt when you can save money and plant something different in your garden by starting flowers and vegetables indoors from seed? This three-hour course with Master Gardener Peter Coppola will provide the information needed to improve germination rates and grow healthy seedlings indoors for spring planting. The session will cover seed selection, growing mediums, and how to create a micro-climate favorable for plant growth. Register online or by calling the Reference Desk at 781-246-6334 x2.
*A second course, The Complete Gardener, will be offered the following Saturday, March 21st.
Tuesday, March 17th at 7:00pm
Audubon’s Bill Gette is back for the last in this season’s Islands series with Machias. Bill has been taking participants to Machias Seal Island and eastern Maine for many years. Machias Seal Island is the most important seabird nesting colony along the Maine coast. Here, clown-like Atlantic Puffins, Razorbills, and Common Murres nest in the hundreds.During his PowerPoint presentation, Bill will show you his photos of Machias Seal Island and the interesting places he and his groups have visited en route to Machias (e.g., DeBlois Blueberry Barrens), the many species of birds and mammals they have encountered, and a magnificent quaking bog– a gift of the glaciers. Register online or by calling the Reference Desk at 781-246-6334 x2.
Thursday, March 26th at 7:00 pm
Board games are back and the board game cafes are popping all over. So we’re doing it too! Come join us at one of our monthly meetups hosted by Wakefield’s very own board game guru, Jeff Tolleson. Bring a friend! Meet some new people! Have some refreshments and try the latest and greatest or pull out an old favorite instead! Register online or call us at 781 246 6334 ext. 2.
The next News & Views is Monday March 9th 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!