Dynamic Bacon Free Library volunteer Joyce Schell comes into the library full of holiday cheer and with poinsettias for everyone.
Thursdays @ 3:00 PM
ENGLISH CONVERSATION HOUR for ESOL or English Speakers of Other Languages students at the intermediate level is held at Bacon Free Library. No registration needed. Walk-ins welcome. There is no fee.
James Whitfield Thomson book signing and reading at Bacon Free Library
Coming just two weeks after bestselling novelist Alice Hofffman's visit to The Eliot Church at the invitation of Bacon Free Library, first novelist and South Natick neighbor James Whitfield Thomson visited Bacon Free Library on December 3rd. His book, Lies You Wanted to Hear, has gained critical acclaim from People Magazine, Redbook, Dear Reader and others. He was some twenty years in writing it, mostly in a study carrel at Morse Institute library in Natick Center, he explained to those who attended. When he got the good news about getting published, his wife quipped, "Well, you've finally given birth!" Already he's got approval for a second printing and people are interested in film rights
James Whitfield Thomson signs Lies You wanted to hear at Bacon Free library on December 3rd for former Friends of the Library President Mary Ann McLean.
First time novelist and South Natick neighbor James Whitfield Thomson signs his book, Lies You wanted to Hear, at Bacon Free Library on December 3rd for Nandini Bajpai, another Natick writer. She writes for young adults