October 6, 2022

Book Clubs, Weaving Among April Activities at Mattapoisett Library

MATTAPOISETT — The Mattapoisett Free Public Library hosts several programs for adults and teens in April.

The Cookbook Club meets from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19 to discuss “Lidia’s a Pot, a Pan, and a Bowl: Simple Recipes for Perfect Meals: A Cookbook” by Lidia Bastianich. Copies of the cookbook are available at the library. The group meets in person and a virtual option is available.

Artist Charles Stockbridge returns for a second demonstration of “How to Paint a Monet” at 6.30pm on Wednesday April 20. This demo is available at the library with limited space and via Zoom. Registration is required to participate, whether in person or virtually.

The Sunday Book Club discusses ‘The Woman They Couldn’t Silence: A Woman, Her Incredible Fight For Freedom And The Men Who Tried To Shut Her Away’ by Kate Moore at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 24. New members are always welcome. Copies are available for collection at the library. The group meets in person and a virtual option is available.

Well-Read Wednesday, a discussion group for non-fiction books, will talk about Michael J. Moore’s title, “We Are All Whalers” at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27. A limited number of copies are available for readers to keep in the library. New members are welcome to join the group; the group meets in person and a virtual option is available.

Weaver Lisa Elliott will demonstrate her craft in person on a portable loom at the library from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Thursday, April 28.

For more information on these programs or to register, email Jennifer Jones at [email protected]. Registration can also be done online through the library’s events calendar. To visit mattapoisettlibrary.org for more details.