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  1. South Shore Genealogical Society Board Meeting

    July 21, 2018, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Fearing/Trustees Conference Room

    Board meeting.

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  2. An Afternoon with the Author: Eamon Earls presents: "Twisted Sisters: How Four Superstorms Forever Changed the Northeast in 1954 & 1955"

    July 21, 2018, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Whiton Room

    Join author and historian Eamon McCarthy Earls as he tells the story of four of the worst hurricanes to ever hit Massachusetts. In 1955, the Mass coastline was hammered by Hurricane Connie and Hurricane Diane - two storms whose impact was made worse by the short time frame in which they struck. The back to back impact of the sister storms recalled a similar situation only 12 months earlier when Hurricanes Carol and Edna brought similar destruction to Massachusetts in 1954. Come hear Eamon Earls tell the story of these four incredible and devastating storms. A project that started through family memories is now a warning of future destruction.

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  1. Magic: The Gathering!

    July 21, 2018, 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM @ Activity Room

    Looking for someone to play Magic: The Gathering with? Look no further! Come spend the afternoon playing a great game and making new friends! Magic newbies, beginners, and experts all welcome! No registration necessary.

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  2. Teen Book Group: Dread Nation

    July 21, 2018, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Activity Room

    All teens in grades 6 and up welcome! Drop-in event. New members are always welcome! We meet biweekly throughout the summer to discuss that meeting's books and chat over snacks. This meeting we will be discussing: Dread Nation, by Justina Ireland. Library copies of the book will be made available at the children's desk. Summary: Set in post-Civil War America, after the dead began to rise from the battlefield of Gettysburg. Children of color are required to attend schools to train them in the art of combat to protect the more well-to-do from the dead. Jane McKeene just wants to go home to her family, but when families in Baltimore go missing, she will be caught in a desperate fight against powerful enemies - and the walking dead will be the least of her problems...

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