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Branch: All
Aug
20
Event time: 3:30pm

Have plant/gardening questions?  Ask Master Gardner Ginny Rosenkranz.  You can even show her your plants via the Zoom platform.

Please note that registration closes 24 hours before the event begins.

If you have issues with Zoom you can call the first number on the Zoom invitation and this will allow you to listen and talk.

Register Here: https://worcesterlibrary.libcal.com/event/6779413

Branch: All
Aug
21
Event time: 10:00am

Join us for activities about pollination, bug life cycles and a story time at the Pocomoke Community Garden.

Will be posted live here: facebook.com/worcestercountymarylandlibrary

Branch: All
Aug
25
Event time: 10:00am

Let's explore our feelings using books, songs, and more.

Will be posted live here: facebook.com/worcestercountymarylandlibrary

Branch: All
Aug
25
Event time: 2:00pm

View "When the World Breaks" on Hoopla, http://hoopladigital.com, then join us to discuss this thought-provoking doc about creativity and survival during the Great Depression.

Please note that registration ends 24 hours before the program begins.

If Zoom is problematic there is a call in option under the Zoom link.  Dial the Germantown number and you can hear and talk.

Register here: https://worcesterlibrary.libcal.com/event/6878719

Branch: All
Aug
25
Event time: 5:00pm

Join Natalie Bennett for a 3 part yoga series designed for positive aging.  Yoga increases flexability, immunity, sharpness, and helps with insomnia.  

Please note that registration ends 24 hours before the program begins.

Register here: https://worcesterlibrary.libcal.com/event/6886339

Branch: All
Aug
26
Event time: 7:00pm

Even in lockdown, America has Hamilton-mania! With Disney+ streaming the show this summer, everyone’s talking about Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony-winning musical. Its crafty lyrics, hip-hop tunes, and big, bold story have even rejuvenated interest in the real lives and true histories that Hamilton: the Musical puts center stage.

In this talk, which is aimed at people who know the soundtrack or who’ve seen the show, University of Maryland historian Dr. Richard Bell explores this musical phenomenon to reveal what its success tells us about the marriage of history and show-business. We’ll learn what this amazing musical gets right and gets wrong about Alexander Hamilton, the American Revolution, and the birth of the United Sates and about why all that matters. 

Please note that registration ends 24 hours before the event begins.

If Zoom causes issues you can call in using the Germantown phone number on the Zoom link.

Dr. Richard Bell is a Professor of History at the University of Maryland. He holds a PhD from Harvard University and is author of the new online course America’s Long Struggle Against Slavery which you can find at TheGreatCourses.com/RichardBell, and the new book Stolen: Five Free Boys Kidnapped into Slavery and their Astonishing Odyssey Home which is shortlisted for the George Washington Prize.

Register here: https://worcesterlibrary.libcal.com/event/6878526

Branch: All
Aug
27
Event time: 10:00am

Let's discuss middle grades books! Ages 8-12

This month's books:

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Register here: https://worcesterlibrary.libcal.com/event/6867915

Branch: All
Sep
7
Event time: (All day)

All branches closed.

Branch: All
Sep
8
Event time: 9:30am

All meetings are open to the public. Due to the present health crisis with COVID-19, meeting location / access information will be announced closer to the meeting date.  Please feel free to email questions to askus@worcesterlibrary.org.

Branch: All
Oct
12
Event time: (All day)

All branches closed.

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