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The Library will be having two programs on Tuesday, October 24th:

CHILDREN'S:
-10:15 am - Stories & Songs with Spencer for ages 2-5: https://tinyurl.com/y7w43s5x

TEEN
-2:00 pm - Creepy Classics ... See more

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1 day ago

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Programs for Monday, October 23rd:

CHILDREN's:

10:15 am - "Guided Playgroup" for kids from birth to five years old: https://tinyurl.com/y9x2balq

3:30 pm - Book Reviewer's Club for students in

6:00 pm - Monday Night Children's Chess Club for kids in second grade and up: https://tinyurl.com/y96em2m4

TEEN:
2:00 pm - Creepy Classics for teens in grades 7-12: https://tinyurl.com/y7yxnk6m ... See more

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1 day ago

A Geopolitical Bombshell

Visit the Library on Wednesday, October 25th, at 7:00 pm to here a talk by Martti Vallila about how a promising treatment and possible prevention of Alzheimer's Disease, being developed in Russia, ... See more

A talk by Martti Vallila about how a promising treatment and possible prevention of Alzheimer's Disease, being developed in Russia, has been kept secret.

Martti Vallila is the author of six "Bannana

Born in Prague, Vallila immigrated to the U.S. at six, learned English (his fifth language) in the public schools of Washington DC, before graduating from Stanford in 1971. He earned an MBA from the University of Chicago and worked for IBM for 15 years before taking a leap of faith into a newly born Russia in 1991. Vallila lived in Marblehead for one year and is on his way to the Philippines, subject of Bannana's Near Death Experiences.

Bannana in Russia explains how Vallila met Dr. Igor Pomytkin, a Russian genius, in Moscow, and formed a company in Finland, his father's country, with Pomytkin and his financial backer, from which he was removed, illegally, after three years. The book, Bannana in Boston tells of his struggles getting recognition for Pomytkin's science in Boston.

This case, which will be the focus of Vallila's talk, can be seen as one example of the many (man-made) obstacles that are preventing a world that has the technical capability of connecting, from doing so in effective ways, and, especially, for the purpose of sharing efforts in medical research.

Vallila's most recent book, Bannana as Gramps, offers reflections on becoming a double grandfather soon after arriving in Boston from San Francisco, and contains possibly useful advice on raising children. The book is a work-in-process and has recently been updated with the arrival of a third grandchild. ... See more

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1 day ago

Fall Book Sale

The Fall Book Sale is next week! Stop by from Saturday, October 28th through Halloween for some scary good deals! Click the event below to view the schedule:

The Friends of Abbot Library will be having their fall book sale from Saturday, October 28th through Tuesday, October 31st. The schedule is as follows:

Saturday, October 28th, 10:30 am to 3:30 pm

Sunday, October 29th, 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm – Open to the Public

Monday, October 30th, 10:30 am to 2:00 pm – Seniors 20% Discount

Monday, October 30th, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm – "Bag of Books for a Buck"

Tuesday, October 31st, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm – Clearance Day ... See more

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Halloween Party

Kids from birth to five years old are welcome to come to our annual Children's Halloween Party! The party will be this Wednesday, October 25th, starting at 10:30 am. Come in costume to enjoy the ... See more

Wednesday, October 25th at 10:30 am, children in costume (ages birth to 5 years) can come join us for this year's Children's Halloween Party! Our wonderful Spencer Garfield will be coming to sing

***Registration is required.*** ... See more

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2 days ago

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The October exhibit ends on Thursday, October 26th! Stop by the Virginia A. Carten Gallery during the Library's open hours to view "Chords of Colors: Paintings by Olga Gernovski"!

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