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First Tuesday Genealogy – Marcelle Greenbaum

1st Tuesday of the month

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

March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2

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. Registration by email or phone is required so that participants receive a guest parking permit to park on campus prior to the first session beginning.

To register, contact Christine DeRosa at cderosa@necc.mass.edu or at 978-659-1225. Email is the preferred method of contact as we hope to send future program information via email.


LLL Self Governing Book Group

1st Wednesday of the month

March 3, April 1* (*please note the time/location for this date below), May 6, June 3

1:30 – 3:00 pm, Haverhill, Building A, Pailes Room (2nd floor) for 3/3, 5/6 and 6/3 sessions

12:30 – 2:00 pm, Haverhill, Building A, Library Art Space (1st floor) for the 4/1 session

The Lovers of Literary Language (LLL) Book Society is the place to be if you enjoy excellent literature (both modern and classic) and you would love a place to discuss it! Group members select the book titles and may then volunteer to facilitate the enthusiastic discussion for one of the titles. New
members always welcome. Limit 15.

The 2015 Book List:

  • 3/4: Desert Queen: The Extraordinary Life of Gertrude Bell by Janet Wallach
  • 4/1: A Covert Affair: Julia Child and Paul Child in the OSS by Jennet Conant
  • 5/6: Indubious Battle by John Steinbeck
  • 6/3: End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe
  • 7/1: Elephant Company by Vicki Croke
  • 8/5: Round House by Louise Erdrich
  • 9/2: Aviator’s Wife by Melanie Benjamin
  • 10/7: The Plague by Albert Camus
  • 11/4: The Hare with Amber Eyes: A Hidden Inheritance by Edmund De Waal
  • 12/2: Dark Tide by Stephen Puleo

Free and open to the public. Registration by email or phone is required so that participants receive a guest parking permit to park on campus prior to the first session beginning.

To register, contact Christine DeRosa at cderosa@necc.mass.edu or at 978-659-1225. Email is the preferred method of contact as we hope to send future program information via email.