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This is funded by a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC). For more information, check our online calendar or contact the Assistant Director, Priya Rathnam, at 508-841-8531.
The library offers the services of a notary public.
For more information, contact the Assistant Director, Priya Rathnam, at 508-841-8531.
A memory cafe is a forum for people with memory loss, Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia AND their caregivers to come together for an afternoon of socialization.
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The cafémeets on the first and third Friday of the month from 2-4 PM.
Recreational activities such as musical performances, an art and craft activity or a visit with a therapy dog and its handler are scheduled during the café meetings. For more information, contact the Assistant Director, Priya Rathnam, at 508-841-8531.
There is no need to register for the meetings, just show up and enjoy!Another example of Shropshire’s turbulent and violent history comes from the numerous castles that litter the county.One of the most impressive of these is Whittington Castle, pictured at the top of this page, a 13th century fortress built on an earlier Norman motte-and-bailey.Finally, a trip to Shropshire wouldn’t be complete without visiting Much Wenlock, home of the modern Olympic games.
The town itself has some stunning medieval buildings, including the Guildhall that is open to the public in summer months.
The centre of the town is still based on the original medieval street plan, and there are over 650 listed buildings with many dating back to the 15th century.