Truro Public Library Events

November 14th to 20th

FOR ADULTS and YOUNG ADULTS

Medicinal Herbs with Sarah Nacirit

Herbs of Autumn

Saturday, November 16, 2:00 p.m.

Please join Community Herbalist Sarah Naciri for a lecture, tea-drinking, and medicine-making.  This program will focus on Mullein, Elecampane, Schizandra, Licorice root, Ginger root, and is geared toward adults and young adults. Herbalist, gardener, forager, yogini and mother, Sarah Naciri has been studying plants and making plant-based herbal medicine for the past fifteen years.  

Poetry Reading: Gratitude
with the Truro Historical Society

Wednesday, November 20, 5: 00 p.m.
The Truro Public Library appreciates the opportunity to collaborate with the Truro Historical Society on a Poetry Reading dedicated to the theme of gratitude. As we approach Thanksgiving, our thoughts turn toward the friends, family, and experiences for which we are grateful. Join us in the Truro Library’s Community Room to hear the work of local poets Keith Althaus, Marjorie Block, John Bonanni, Elizabeth Bradfield, Rosalind Pace, and Margaret Phillips.

 

FOR YOUTH

Storytime: Yoga with Chelsey Price

Thursday, November 14, 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
For children up to age five and their parents or caregivers. Talk, sing, read, write and play together in a format appropriate for young children. Share books, stories, rhymes, music and movement.

Children Community Garden Group with Sustainable CAPE
Thursday, November 14, 4:00 p.m.

Join us for garden adventures at the library. Reflect on the seasonal, local food we have grown ourselves and on how our garden work helps the health of our bodies, community and environment, all while exploring our annual theme (this year, seeds!).  Through November 21, we will be inside to create art for a Children’s Art Show!  All are welcome!

Truro Playgroup

Monday, November 18, 9:00-11:00 a.m.

For children aged birth to three years old, and their parent or caregiver. Talk, sing, read, write, and play together in a format appropriate for young children. Share books, stories, rhymes, music, and movement. Engaging toys, fun crafts, and healthful snacks will be provided.


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