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Discussion Groups

Contact Charlene R. Boucher, LLL Coordinator, at 978-659-1225 for more detailed information or future programs.

First Tuesday Genealogy – Marcelle Greenbaum

1st Tuesday of the month

10am – 11:30am, Building A, Pailes Room

Mar 4, Apr 1, May 6

A group for genealogy buffs from beginner to advance! Discover your family’s lineage by learning to use the numerous available resources. Meet other genealogy enthusiasts, describe your successes and failures and share tips for solving those sticky genealogical problems.  Limit 15

Free and open to the public.

Register through 978-659-1225

LLL Book Society – Peter Spellman and Gloria Ford

1st Wednesday of the month

1:30 – 3:00pm, Bldg A, Pailes Room

Mar 5, Apr 2. May 7

The Lover’s of Literary Language (LLL) Book Society, a monthly group, is the place to be. If you enjoy excellent literature (both modern and classic) and would love a place to discuss it, enjoy the enthusiastic co-leadership of Peter and Gloria. Group selects book that is read and discussed in subsequent session.  Limit 15.

Free and open to the public.

Register through 978-659-1225