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Listen! Imagine! Create! The little old lady who was not afraid of anything

Listen! Imagine! Create! The little old lady who was not afraid of anything

Just in time for Halloween!  Miss Kate reads The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams. Join in the sounds and actions, and then make a slightly spooky craft!

Goofy Crafts: Goofy Goggles

Join Ms Beth for today's Goofy Craft: Goofy Goggles!  You will need card stock or poster board, markers or crayons, glue, scissors, a ruler, tape, and ribbon or yarn.  If you have feathers, stickers or other decorative items feel free to use those too!


Listen! Imagine! Create! The Scarecrow

Miss Amy shares The Scarecrow by Betty Ferryand and shows you how to make a scarecrow face using a paper bag, markers, raffia and tape. Stuff the scarecrow with old plastic bags, polyfill, or rags. Get creative -- this craft can use anything that you find around the house, including dried leaves... Read more

MHL Trivia 10-27-20 Forms

Ready for the return of Pub Trivia? We sure are! Here are some helpful links you will need the night of Tuesday, October 27 to participate. Join us at 7:30 pm

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Something Witchy This Way Comes

Something Witchy This Way Comes

Whether you're looking for some Halloween scares or an empowered woman role model, these witchy reads for teens and adults might just put a spell on you.

Peter Sheridan

Musical Mornings with Peter Sheridan!

Update!  NEW episode for Halloween! 
Peter Sheridan is sharing some videos with us because he misses seeing all the children!  We hope this adds some sunshine to your day!

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Voting in the U.S.A. Past & Present: a booklist

Voting in America

October 24 is the Massachusetts deadline to register to vote in the November 3 presidential and state elections.  While you can find information about voting on the Town of Andover website, you can check out these books... Read more

Black and orange image with bats saying "it's spooky season!"

New Horror and Thriller Fiction

It's that time of year when the ghosts, ghouls, witches, and monsters come out to play. Or at least they do in fiction! We've rounded up a list of some recent spooky books for your Halloween reading. Whether you like a classic ghost story, a contemporary thriller, or weird fiction there's... Read more

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