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   Saturday, April 21, 2018
10:30 AM -
Crochet Crafting Group
Event Location:
Event Audience: Adult
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com
Join us at the Ayer Library on the 4th Saturday of every month to learn, practice, and create with crochet. Ayer Librarian Justine Paulson will be present to teach the basics of crochet to beginners, and experienced crafters are welcome to share expertise and project ideas with each other.

Practice crochet supplies for beginners will be provided, and attendance is free. Knitting enthusiasts are also welcome to come, craft, and share their skills and project ideas. 



11:00 AM -
Sun Catchers
Event Location: YA Room
Event Audience: Young Adult
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com



   Tuesday, April 24, 2018
4:00 PM -
Ninja Story - The Land of Stories
Event Location:
Event Audience: Children
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com
Ms. Amy will be hosting Ninja Story every Tuesday at 4:00pm. This story is meant for children ages 5+. 


   Thursday, April 26, 2018
10:30 AM -
Mini-Motions
Event Location:
Event Audience: Children
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com
Please sign-up in advance. 


10:30 AM -
Read Therapy Dogs
Event Location:
Event Audience: Adult
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com



   Saturday, April 28, 2018
11:00 AM -
Zentangle
Event Location:
Event Audience: Adult
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com
Certified Zentangle® Teacher Cindy O'Brien leads this easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun method for drawing beautiful images from repetitive patterns.

Through its meditative qualities, Zentangle® increases focus and inspires a sense of peace and well being.

This free class is suitable for beginners and all materials are provided.

Space is limited, so please register ahead by calling 978-772-8250 or email ayerlibrary@gmail.com.

Sponsored by Friends of the Ayer Library.
 



11:00 AM -
Movie (TBA)
Event Location: YA Room
Event Audience: Adult
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com



   Saturday, May 5, 2018
10:30 AM -
Paint Day
Event Location:
Event Audience: Adult
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com
Learn to paint with acrylics with artist Siiri Paton.

Siiri is a quirky artist based in Central MA. She works in acrylics, pen/ink, and graphite. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Art/Fine Arts and has dedicated most of her life to her craft. Siiri finds inspirations from artists such as Salvador Dali, Tim Burton, HR Giger and other atmospheric artists.

This event is free but space is limited. Please contact the library at 978-772-8250 or ayerlibrary@gmail.com to sign-up in advance.

Funded by The Friends of the Ayer Library.



   Wednesday, May 16, 2018
6:30 PM -
​The Role of the Honeybee in Our Environment & Honey Tasting
Event Location:
Event Audience: Adult
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com
The Role of the Honeybee in Our Environment – and Honey Tasting! Presented by Kenneth Warchol

Attendance is free and no registration is required.

For more information, call 978-772-8250 or email ayerlibrary@gmail.com.

Sponsored by Friends of the Ayer Library



   Thursday, May 17, 2018
6:00 PM -
Movie - Darkest Hour
Event Location:
Event Audience: Adult
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com



   Saturday, May 19, 2018
10:30 AM -
Color Me Calm - Adult Coloring
Event Location:
Event Audience: Adult
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com
Unplug, relax, and spend a few unstructured hours coloring! Refreshments will be provided.

The library will provide coloring pages and pencils, but please feel free to bring your own supplies. 

This program is free to the public (ages 14+). No advanced registration is necessary. 

For more information, call 978-772-8250 or email ayerlibrary@gmail.com. 



   Wednesday, May 23, 2018
6:30 PM -
​Edible Perennial Gardening and Landscaping
Event Location:
Event Audience: Adult
Contact: Ayer Library   978-772-8250
ayerlibrary@gmail.com
Naturalist John Root will describe the variety of trees, shrubs, vines, and herbaceous perennials that can be grown in New England for bountiful harvests of fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Learn how to cultivate and care for these plants using organic methods. Nutritional and medicinal benefits of the plants will also be discussed. 

This free program is sponsored by Friends of the Ayer Library and MA Cultural Council.

For more information, call 978-772-8250 or email ayerlibrary@gmail.com.