Program to be announced
This month we'll read and discuss Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson. (pub 2020)
No ethnic or racial category is immune to the messaging we all receive about the hierarchy, and thus no one escapes its consequences.
This month we'll read and discuss The Adaptation Advantage: Let Go, Learn Fast, and Thrive in the Future of Work by Heather E. McGowan and Chris Shipley (pub 2020)
The monthly meeting of the Friends of the Merrimack Public Library Executive Board. The Board will be meeting virtually over Zoom.
The Friends of the Merrimack Public Library (FMPL) is a group of volunteers interested in supporting, promoting and enhancing the services provided by our town library. They are a recognized 501C-3 charitable organization so member due and donations are tax-deductible.
This month we'll read and discuss Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know by Adam Grant.
The Merrimack Rotary Club will be hosting an Electronics Recycling Fundraiser in the Merrimack Town Hall parking lot. Merrimack Rotary volunteers will be available to help unload cars. Simply drive by, drop off, and go about your day!
More information about the event and accepted items will be available on the Rotary Club's Facebook page.
The Library's Writers' Group meets virtually. This is an informal gathering where you can discuss what you are working on, what you are reading, where you are submitting your work, and more. We will be prepping for next month's National Novel Writing Month event, when budding authors challenge themselves to write 50,000 words of the first draft of a novel.
This is an informal gathering where you can discuss what you are working on, what you are reading, where you are submitting your work, and more.
This meeting will be hybrid. We will be viewing a webinar called "Build a Thriller Backwards with Alexa Dunne" originally aired on Writing Mastery Academy. You are welcome to attend in person in the Lowell Room or virtually via Zoom.