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Bacon Free Library Events

  1. Little Free Library Crawl

    October 15, 2017, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ See Bacon Free Library website for little free library locations

    As you may know, the BFL recently received a grant from Mathworks to dot 6 Little Free Libraries around town. Today we are celebrating with a Little Free Library Crawl, followed by a reception at the Bacon Free Library. Here’s how it works:

    From 1-4pm, travel Natick visiting 5 Little Free Libraries (Elm Bank is closed that day for a wedding, if you get a chance to go there before Oct 15th, please do so!). Take pictures of yourself with each one – post it on social media, tagging the library, if you’d like. Start at any one of them but try to end up at the BFL at 4pm for the reception.

    Come to the Bacon Free Library at 4pm for a reception celebrating the artists and Mathworks! If you’ve visited at least 5 LFL’s (just show us your pictures) claim your prize! You can find our more about the reception and register for it on the Bacon Free Library website.

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  2. Little Free Library and Artists Friends Reception

    October 15, 2017, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

    After you’ve visited at least 5 of our Little Free Libraries come celebrate with us at the BFL! We’ll have snacks, you can meet some of the artists, and chat with folks from the 6 different sites. There will be prizes for crawlers who went to at least 5 of the LFL sites (and figured out our fun matching game!)

    Many thanks to Mathworks for funding this initiative. The BFL is thrilled to have been able to bring Little Free Libraries to Natick – helping to fulfill our mission goals of literacy, outreach and accessibility.



    Also,we will be celebrating our newest art display -10 Artists who have created a special exhibit at the BFL which will remain up for a year!

    To thank the artists and kick off the exhibit, we’ll have art, food and friends! This event will be free to the public.

    Please Register on the website to let us know how many crackers to have on hand: Please fill out the online form or call the library at 508-653-673

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Community Senior Center Events

  1. Intermediate Bridge Continues! With Robert Baum

    September 26, 2017, 3:00 PM - November 14, 2017, 5:00 PM @ Natick Community Senior Center

    If you are comfortable with the basics and want to improve your game, Intermediate bridge is for you. A fun and friendly group learns and practices the next level of the game including negative doubles, new minor forcing, defensive carding, opening leads and much more. Sessions include instruction and discussion followed by play where questions are encouraged. If you enjoy the challenge of bridge and want to get better, join us. Register on Community Pass, https://register.communitypass.net/reg/login.cfm?cuBOAvnQ0p4trnasCJNBkrfRqBZdBsM1ugTdgJwcwr%2BLxIFL2ZCtvf%2Fw

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  2. Care Giving for Loved Ones with Alzheimer’s

    October 4, 2017, 2:00 PM - November 8, 2017, 4:00 PM @ Natick Community Senior Center

    Join us for the 6 week session to gain tools to care for loved ones with Alzheimer’s. This Evidence-Based program presented by Baypath with be part lecture with a powerpoint presentation, part discussion and interactive. Pre-registration required. The Savvy Caregiver program originated from the Minnesota Family Workshop (MFW) which was aimed to improve outcomes for family caregivers and the persons with dementia through a multidimensional training approach provided to primary caregivers and other family members. Evidence supporting the efficacy of the Savvy Caregiver program has been well documented. Caregivers reported structuring meaningful activities for the person with dementia. This program is designed for people who are actively caring for a loved-one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia-related illness. Focus is on building knowledge about the disease and skills needed for effective caregiving, getting support, and practicing self-care.

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