Upcoming events at Plumb Library
Plumb Library is offering book club meetings to special events for children in the month of April. See below for the full schedule.
Tuesday, April 17, 10:30-11:15 a.m.: Zumbini Music and Movement for ages 0-4 years
There will be a Zumbini demonstration for Plumb Library families courtesy of Ms. Samantha from Studio 105. Zumbini is designed for little ones ages 0-4 and their caregivers. It's a music and movement experience using original music and built upon the science of child development. Register on the events calendar on the Plumb Library's website, www.plumblibrary.com.
Thursday, April 19, 1:30-2:30 p.m.: Feathered Friends Story Time for ages 4 and up
Plymouth County 4H ambassador Evey Golden and her chicken, Whisper are visiting Plumb Library. Golden will read the story “A Chicken Followed Me Home” by Robin Page. After the story, children will learn about the life cycle of a chicken and the rules about handling chickens. Space is limited. Register on the events calendar on www.plumblibrary.com.
Friday, April 20, 12:30-2 p.m.: Afternoon with Amos
Greayhond Amos' human, Holly, and the library’s junior friends will read dog stories while children and Amos listen. There will be a dog-themed craft as well. All ages welcome, though younger children will need adult supervision and help with the craft. Registration required.
Tuesday, April 17, 10:15 a.m.: Council on Aging Book Group
The COA book club will discuss “The Shack: Where Tragedy Confronts Eternity” by William P. Young at the Senior Center on Dexter Lane. Four years after his daughter is abducted and evidence of her murder is found in an abandoned shack, Mackenzie Allen Philips returns to the shack in response to a note claiming to be from God, and has a life-changing experience
Thursday, April 19, 6:30 p.m.: Just the Facts nonfiction book group
The Just the Facts book club will discuss “Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of the Family and Culture in Crisis” by J.D. Vance. This bestseller shares the poignant story of the author's family and upbringing, describing how they moved from poverty to an upwardly mobile clan that included the author, a Yale Law School graduate, while navigating the demands of middle-class life and the collective demons of the past.
Thursday, April 26, 6:30 p.m.: Cafe Parlez book group
The Cafe Parlez book club will discuss “The Hundred-Foot Journey” by Robert Morais. An American release of a well-received 2008 publication in India is a tribute to Indian and French flavors that follows the life journey of chef Hassan Haji, who progresses from his family's modest restaurant in Mumbai to master haute cuisine in an elegant Parisian restaurant.