Watertown Library Has Wide Variety of Events in October

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October is a busy month at the Watertown Free Public Library with a day to preserve your photos and letters, a citizenship class, an author talk and many more activities.

The library will be closed on Columbus Day – Oct. 9, 2017 – but there are many other activities when it is open.

The Watertown Free Public Library sent out the following information:

Author Talk: Ronny Le Blanc

Wednesday 10/25 | 7 p.m.
Lucia Mastrangelo RoomThere is an area known to the locals of Leominster, Massachusetts as MONSTERLAND. Here there are sightings of UFOS, Bigfoot and Orange Orbs. The state of Massachusetts has had a long history of sightings and encounters with these mysterious entities and they are still occurring. Could all of these events be connected?

Join author and researcher Ronny Le Blanc as he discusses his new book, Monsterland: Encounters with UFOs, Bigfoot, and Orange Orbs.

Watertown Digitization Day

Saturday 10/14 | 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
The Friends of Mount Auburn Cemetery present Digitization Day at the Watertown Free Public Library, where members of the public can bring in a range of paper-based archival cultural heritage materials, such as photographs and letters, that help to tell the story of their community, Mount Auburn Cemetery, and the nearly 100,000 people buried and commemorated there.
Find more information and register for a time slot here.

Family Trivia Night*

Wednesday 10/11 | 7 p.m.
Watertown Savings Bank Room
Come to the library and test your school subject knowledge against your family, friends and neighbors. This fun evening will be filled with friendly competition, good company, and free pizza! Children welcome with adult.
*Register at the Adult Reference desk, 617.972.6436 or wfpl.eventbrite.com

Movie Mondays

Mondays | 6:30 p.m.
Watertown Savings Bank Room
10/16: The Wedding Plan [PG]
10/23: Wakefield [R]
10/30: Baby Driver [R]

Girls Who Code

October-May | 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Lucia Mastrangelo Room
It is time to register for the Girls Who Code (GWC) program! The program runs from October through May on Thursdays 6:30-8:30 pm. All girls who are in grades 6-12 are welcome to join and will learn various types of computer code, will get experience in how to collaborate on projects and have a lot of fun. No previous experience in coding is required. *GWC is free but pre-registration is required. Girls who participated last year have priority but there are spaces for new people to join. Register online here!

Citizenship Class

Begins Wednesday 10/18

Are you ready to take the Citizenship Test?
Project Literacy is offering a free, 9-session course to help you prepare for the US Citizenship Test.
Find more information and register here.

Immigration Clinic

Wednesday 10/18 | 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Study Room 3
The Watertown Free Public Library & Kandilian Law Offices welcome you to attend our monthly immigration clinic offering Free Legal Advice to our immigrant community.
Our immigrant community in Watertown and surrounding neighborhoods is important to us, and we invite you to attend and ask your questions.

Tai Chi

Wednesday 11/1 | 7 p.m.
Watertown Savings Bank Room
In this Tai Chi Easy™ class, you will learn some gentle movement and meditations to take home with you.

See more information about what’s going on at the Watertown Library by clicking here.

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