How to Bake a Universe Author Visit

Tilton Library 75 North Main Street, South Deerfield, MA, United States

Calling all cosmic chefs! Alec Carvlin will be reading his debut picture book, How to Bake a Universe, at the Tilton Library! Kids will love decorating their own cosmic sunglasses, hearing the book read aloud by the author, and asking questions about the fun and funky science at the end. So come on down and bring nothing! https://www.howtobakeauniverse.com/  

Poetry Reading with Linda Rhinehart Neas

Reading from a new book of poetry, Uprooting, by Linda M. Rhinehart Neas, inspired by years of teaching immigrants English as a second language. The poems paint a powerful picture of classroom life as well as the lives of students. Books will be available for sale and signing. Profits will go to the Library Building Expansion fund.

Event Series Read to J-lo

Read to J-lo

Tilton Library 75 North Main Street, South Deerfield, MA, United States

J-lo is a trained therapy dog and she will be visiting the children's room twice a month. The First Tuesday of the Month, 10:30-11:30am at Story Time Tuesday 10/18, 12/20, & Monday 11/14,  3-4pm After School Stop by to read her a story or just give her some love!

Grandparents Storytime

Tilton Library 75 North Main Street, South Deerfield, MA, United States

Bring a grandparent or a special grownup to our regular Tuesday story time! All ages & abilities welcome Hosted by the South County Senior Center and Tilton Library

Teens-Only Drop-In

Tilton Library 75 North Main Street, South Deerfield, MA, United States

Ever wish you had more space at the library for people your own age? Come by the Tilton Library while it's closed to the rest of the public. Staff will be on-site, but teens are welcome to study for finals, eat snacks, play games, craft, and just chill out! Special guest appearance by J-lo, our trained and certified therapy dog.

Healthy Smoothies That Taste Like Girl Scout Cookies (VIRTUAL)

With Colin McCullough, author and chef: If you love smoothies, learn to take your smoothie game to the next level with Smoothies That Taste Like Girl Scout Cookies!  We'll use healthy, whole-food ingredients to recreate your favorite Girl Scout cookie flavors, rich in flavor AND nutrition!   EMAIL TILTONLIBRARY@CWMARS.ORG TO SIGN UP - YOU WILL BE SENT A ZOOM LINK SHORTLY BEFORE THE EVENT.   Funded by the Friends of Tilton Library.

Event Series Tot-Time Talk & Play

Tot-Time Talk & Play

Tilton Library 75 North Main Street, South Deerfield, MA, United States

Join us for this special series of caregiver talk and baby/toddler play time! Contact Amy Battisti with questions amy.battisti@frsu38.org

CLASS NOW FULL: Sound Bathing and Guided Meditation

  UPDATE: THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL AND THERE ARE NO SPOTS LEFT ON THE WAITING LIST - WE HOPE TO RUN THIS AGAIN IN THE FUTURE!   This Valentines Day season, give yourself the gift of relaxation and inner peace through the transformative power of sound. Join us for a Sacred Sound Journey and Guided Meditation. Come immerse yourself in the synergy of sacred sounds and guided meditation with crystal and Tibetan bowls, rhythm of drums, gongs and more. Connect with your body and spirit, quieting the mind and explore the beauty of your inner self. Learn the science of how sound interacts with the cells of your body. Please wear warm, comfortable clothing. Bring a blanket(s) and/or pillow, yoga mat to create a cozy nest for yourself. Our facilitator Denise is an Energy Medicine Practitioner, Sound Healer, Guided Mediation Facilitator and Reiki Master Teacher. Funded by the Friends of Tilton Library.

Event Series Music with Little Roots

Music with Little Roots

ZOOM

Join us for a virtual music time presented by Union 38 Family Network & the Sunderland, Tilton, and Whately Public Libraries. All are welcome! RSVP IS A MUST FOR ZOOM INVITE AMY.BATTISTI@FRSU38.ORG This program is brought through a collaboration of the Union 38 Family Network, and the Tilton, Sunderland, and Whately libraries. The Union 38 Family network is funded by the Coordinated Family and Community Engagement (CFCE) grant from the MA department of early education and care. This material does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the DEEC or the federal government.