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Christmas Carol comes to Walpole Library

“A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens will be read by Gary Hylander at 7:00 p.m. on Monday evening, December 12, in the Community Room of the Walpole Public Library. Hylander, a well-known local lecturer on American history, gives a dramatic reading of the beloved original 1846 classic yuletide fantasy. All are welcome, and there is...
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Kim Weineck illuminates pastel painting

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter Last week, the Walpole Public Library hosted Kim Morin Weineck, a pastel and oil painter who concentrates on the beauty of interpretive landscapes. Weineck offered perspective and insight into the delicate art of pastels, sharing some of her tricks of the trade, as well as answering questions fellow...
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Local author O’Leary shares incredible story

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter It only took Alison O’Leary and Miguel Tougias a little over two years to get their book to the publishers, which is the blink of an eye in publishing time. Considering the epic tale their book, “So Close To Home: A True Story of an American Family’s Fight For...
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‘Ballpark Mysteries’ author comes to Walpole

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By Edward Sheehan Hometown Weekly Correspondent Last Monday, David A. Kelly, author of the “Ballpark Mysteries” series of children’s novels, among other works, visited the Walpole Public Library to discuss his writing method. His audience was a roomful of eager children and their parents. In his novels, two main characters, cousins Mike and Kate, visit various...
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Learn how to be a smartphone photographer at Walpole library

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The Walpole Public Library will host a discussion about photography using common smartphones on June 2 at 7 p.m. at the Walpole Public Library’s Community Room. “Photography with Your Smart Device” is a free tutorial to be presented by Bob Michelson at the Walpole Public Library, sponsored by the Friends of the Walpole...
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Honeybee expert to discuss his book at the Walpole Library

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The book “Following the Wild Bees” will be presented by its author, Thomas Seeley, in the Community Room of the Walpole Public Library at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 25. Admission is free, and all are welcome. Professor Thomas D. Seeley of Cornell University, a world authority on honeybees, vividly describes the history...
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Author to discuss 1919 World Series at the Walpole Library

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The infamous 1919 World Series will be covered by local author Charles Fountain, starting at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16 in the Community Room of the Walpole Public Library. Fountain’s book is titled “The Betrayal” and it has all the details of the scandal that led to the birth of modern baseball. In...
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