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Dover Library cooks up a storm

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter Mark Tribuzio is an executive chef who proves that not all cooking needs to be professional to taste professional. About once a month for the past two years, Tribuzio has been doing cooking demonstrations at the Dover Library. This past demonstration was of risotto cakes, but he has also...
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Dover Library celebrates Diwali with henna

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter There are two sides to Nimmi Sehgal: one is a bubbly, infectiously happy woman, overflowing with energy. The other is a calm, graceful, soothing artist. The henna tattoo artist, who has been practicing henna for over 35 years, switches between these two modes faster than you can blink. At...
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Classical Indian dancers celebrate Dover Diwali

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter The most striking things about the Indian dance performance that the Dover Library held in honor of Diwali were the lurid colors and the shaking of ankle bells. Even before entering the room, a gorgeous cacophony of bells hit your ears. Worn on the ankles of each performer, the...
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Saving Seeds discussion at Dover Library

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By James Ensor Hometown Weekly Reporter The vast majority of us today don’t give much thought to how the fruits and vegetables we eat are grown, let alone how the seeds that grow them are cultivated. Before the advent of agro-business, however, an important part of a people’s identity was the food they grew and...
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Pint-sized playtime at the Dover Library

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By Stephen Press Hometown Weekly Staff A toddler crawls out of a clear plastic tunnel that lies on the floor. At the end, the child’s mother waits with open arms. The two are reunited for a brief moment of affection before the kid runs back to the other end of the tunnel, crawls in, and...
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Super Awesome Fun Time at Dover Library

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By James Ensor Hometown Weekly Reporter Super Awesome Fun Time is a hard name to live up to, yet the event at the Dover Library most certainly does. Hosting over one hundred young children and their parents four times a week, the event is meant to engage babies to toddlers in learning experiences within...
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Library turns into a dairy

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By Cameron Small Hometown Weekly Intern On a hot summer night, Meat Loaf might offer his throat to the wolf with the red roses—but on a hot summer day, kids and teens could make their own ice cream. Last Thursday, July 7, the Dover Town Library held a “Make Your Own Ice Cream” event in...
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Desired 3-Ds

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By Cameron Small Hometown Weekly Intern A large percentage of students would say their parents would kill them if they came home with three D’s. At the Dover Town Library, three D’s is something entirely different thanks to the 3D printer. Every other Thursday at 3:30 p.m., the Dover Library hosts a 3D Printing Workshop. Granted,...
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Renovation Celebration at Dover Town Library

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On June 9, the Friends, Trustees, and staff of Dover Town Library hosted a “Renovation Celebration” to mark the opening of the newly redesigned main floor. Anne Coster, Co-Chair of the Trustees, thanked the many people guided and made the project possible - Dave Ramsay and Greer Pugatch from Town Hall, Karl Warnick...
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Dover Library Fundraiser to be Held April 14

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The Friends of the Dover Library are holding a “friend”raiser for the library on Thursday, April 14 at 5:30 p.m. at the Dover Legion. There will be live music featuring Dave Yuknat and the Inebriations, a cash bar and food for people who will be able to learn more about celebrating and supporting the...
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