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The Elizabeth Taber Library is located at 8 Spring St., Marion. The phone number is 508-748-1252. gas monkey live The hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. More program information can be found on the library’s website at elizabethtaberlibrary.org.

Museum Passes: Come to the Elizabeth Taber Library to check out any of our museum passes with your SAILS library card. We currently have discounted passes to the Heritage Museums and Gardens, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, Mystic Aquarium, New Bedford Whaling Museum, Plimoth Plantation, Roger Williams Zoo and the Mass State Parks Pass. To reserve a pass or for more information, call the library at 508-748-1252 or visit elizabethtaberlibrary.org.

Home Delivery Library Services: The Elizabeth Taber Library, in partnership with the Council on Aging, offers a home delivery option for those Marion residents that need this service. To be eligible for this program, you must be a Marion resident with a library card in good standing. To arrange to have library books or audio books delivered to your home, call the Elizabeth Taber Library at 508-748-1252.

Drop in Technology Help: 2-3 p.m. Wednesdays. Do you have questions about Facebook, Twitter, Skype or need technology assistance with an electronic device you recently bought or acquired? Stop into the Elizabeth Taber Library, and one of our staff members will walk you through it. No registration is required for this free drop in program. First come, first served. gas x reviews ratings Note, if you cannot make Wednesday afternoons but need assistance, call the Elizabeth Taber Library to make an appointment for another time.

Read to Breton: Tuesdays and Saturdays. Lenore Everett and her certified therapy dog, Breton, will be at the library for individual appointments during which children of all ages can come and sit with Breton and Lenore for 15-minute time slots to practice their reading skills. Stop by or call the children’s department to schedule your session.

MOBY Backpacks: Explore the outdoors all year long with the whole family by checking out a MOBY backpack from the children’s department. The My Own BackYard creations are filled with equipment, activities, nature journals and fun. Binoculars, tools, collection kits and more are included, as well as books to answer questions about the seashore, invasive species, insects, wildflowers, rocks and fossils and other topics. electricity song 2015 Let the staff know what you discover as you explore the outdoors.

Signing Savvy: Want to learn sign language to communicate more effectively with a hearing impaired person or to begin a fun way to communicate with your baby or toddler? Visit the library’s website with your Mattapoisett library card and select “Signing Savvy” on the left side of the homepage. The free program enables searches for words and phrases you want to learn and saves your list of new signs.

Museum passes available: Did you know that with your library card you can check out passes to museums all over Massachusetts and Rhode Island that will give you free or discounted admission? The library also has passed for discounted Paw Sox tickets, zoos, state parks, aquariums and more. The list of passes is available on the library’s website www.mattapoisettlibrary.org. You can also reserve the passes online with your library card. There is currently a display about the pass program in the reading room. Call the circulation desk if you need assistance reserving a pass at 508-758-4171.

Teen Thursdays at the Mattapoisett Library: The library is staying open from 5 to 8 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursday evenings of each month for teens only. Library staff will be there with fun, homework help, and refreshments. electricity 2015 Meet your friends to relax or to work on projects together. Music, food and teens only. Teen Thursdays are brought to the community with federal funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.

Teen Art Magazine: Make art together and help create a young adult art magazine at the library. Workshops are held the first and last Tuesday and Saturday of every month. Students may take contributions of writing, photography, art and design, or make their own creations at the workshops. Take your creative talent and ideas. For information, contact Elizabeth Sherry at 508-758-4171 or esherry@sailsinc.org.

The Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library is located at 17 Constitution Way, The Common, Rochester. The phone number is 508-763-8600. The hours are Monday and Thursday, from 1 to 8 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information about these and other programs, call 508-763-8600, go to www.plumblibrary.com or email info@plumblibrary.com.

COA Book Group: 10:15 a.m. electricity distribution companies Dec. 18. The COA Book Group will discuss “The Little Paris Bookshop” by Nina George at the Rochester COA on Dexter Lane. Prescribing books that offer therapeutic benefits to his customers, a literary apothecary in a floating bookstore on the Seine struggles with private heartbreak before embarking on a journey of healing at the side of a blocked writer and a lovelorn chef

“Just the Facts” Book Group: 6:30 p.m. Dec. 20. The group will discuss “Adnan’s Story: The Search for Truth and Justice After Serial” by Rabia Chaudry. gas vs electric oven review A full-length account of the story investigated by the award-winning Serial podcast draws on some 170 documents and letters to trace the experiences of Adnan Syed, who in 2000 was sentenced to life for the murder of his ex-girlfriend and who the author and other supporters are certain is innocent.

Friends of Plumb Library renewal notice: If you are a member of the Friends of Plumb Library, watch for your annual renewal notice in the mail. Fill it out, add a check, and either mail it back to us, or drop it by the library. Your membership pays for the programs (story times, book groups, Summer Reading Program, etc.) and some museum memberships at the library. Forms are available at the desk, and on the website. Call us at 508-763-8600 if you have any questions.

Power vampires: Did you know there are vampires in your house? Don’t start wearing garlic just yet, though. These are “power vampires,” using up electric power just sitting there, turned off. They could be the coffeemaker, the computer, the game system or the printer. You can borrow our Electric Usage Meter to see how much power these vampires are consuming in your home and take steps to unplug them, if possible. kushal gas agencies belgaum This will cut down on your electric usage and save you money on your next electric bill. Thanks to Eversource for the donation of this meter. Call the library at 508-763-8600 to reserve the meter or for more information.

COA Book Group: 10:30 a.m. the third Tuesday of each month in the activity room of the COA Building, Dexter Lane. Books are available at the library or at the meeting. All attendees are requested to bring their library cards. You need not be a Rochester resident to be a part of the book group. Call the library or the COA for more information.