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Westwood Library hosts Halloween morning fun

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter Last week, the Westwood Public Library invited children of all ages to join them for a Halloween morning celebration. With sing-alongs, a story time, a parade, and party, the youngest trick-or-treaters and their caregivers flocked to the library to join in on the fun. [caption id="attachment_22699" align="alignright" width="400"] Read more

Library offers half-day hangout spot

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter As the bells rang for early dismissal, Westwood’s middle school students planned their afternoon downtown with friends. While some stopped at the local coffee shop for a Frappuccino and a snack, others headed straight to the Westwood Public Library to hang out with friends and get a head start...
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Westwood Children’s Library heads outdoors

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter A visit to the library doesn’t always have to include a stack of books or vigorous studying. Sometimes, one actually can play at the library. Such was the case at the Westwood Public Library on August 14 as the library hosted an outdoor event for children ages two to...
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Kiddie car wash delights in Westwood

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Christina Perrone Hometown Weekly Intern Thursday, August 8 was a bright, sunny day at the Westwood Library — perfect conditions for a car wash, or even a toy car wash. Librarians invited young motorists to come wash, wax, shine and detail their favorite toy vehicles on the afternoon. [caption id="attachment_20201" align="alignright" width="300"] Read more

Make it, Build it, and Smash it at the Westwood Library

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By James Ensor Hometown Weekly Reporter The afternoon of September 28 was a lively one at the Westwood Library, when kids were invited to drop in to a program designed to let them unleash both creative and destructive powers. Towers made from newspaper were built and brought down, little green army men were launched from...
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