Each session will feature a segment of the Japanese anime film,
Spirited Away (2001), followed by a brief language and
culture presentation and origami lesson.
Saturday, November 13 at 11:00AM
The ectomobile will be in our parking lot, come get your photo taken,
make slime, hear stories, and have fun!
Get ready for the new "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" movie!
Tuesday, November 16 at 3:00PM
Ever wanted to try collaging? Come learn some simple techniques and create a one of a kind piece. No experience necessary.
No need to register. Ages 12+ are welcome.
Tuesday, November 16 at 6:30PM
Ted Reinstein will present on his newest book,
Before Brooklyn: The Unsung Heroes Who Helped Break Baseball's Color Barrier. This book is the story of the extraordinary Americans who, against impossible odds, never gave up the struggle to integrate baseball. From the Negro Leagues to the Black press, Pullman porters to pioneering units under fire in WWII, these unsung heroes kept the dream of an integrated national pastime alive and prepared the path for Jackie Robinson—decades before Brooklyn. Wider appreciation is long past due for their courage and their role in breaking the color barrier.
"Law student Rachel North will tell you, without hesitation, what she knows to be true. She's smart, she's a hard worker, she does the right thing, she's successfully married to a faithful and devoted husband, a lion of Boston's defense bar, and her internship with the Boston DA's office is her ticket to a successful future. Problem is--she's wrong. And in this cat and mouse game--the battle for justice becomes a battle for survival. The Murder List is a new standalone suspense novel in the tradition of Lisa Scottoline and B. A. Paris from award-winning author and reporter Hank Phillippi Ryan"