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Adult & Meetings

  1. Virtual Books on Tap!: The Spy in the Struggle by Aya de Leon

    February 9, 2021, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Online via Zoom. -- New to Zoom? Watch this short video.

    Books On Tap has gone digital! New members are always welcome and this is a great time to join us for the first time! This month's choice, The Spy in the Struggle by Aya de Leon, is available to borrow digitally on Hoopla, or you can place a physical book on hold for contactless pickup.

    Registration for this program has closed. If you had previously registered, you have been emailed the Zoom information.

    Read more about what we're reading this month.

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Children

  1. Virtual Storytime: Stories and Songs with Mary Ellen, ages 0-3

    February 9, 2021, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM @ Via YouTube! Sign up to receive new storytimes in your inbox each Tuesday!

    Stories and Songs with Mary Ellen is perfect for the youngest child (ages 0-3). Songs and age-related stories will help start the day with giggles and smiles. A link for a coloring page is included in the youtube description box.

    Please sign up to receive new storytimes in your inbox each Tuesday!

    This meeting or program is being held remotely as an alternate means of public access to Library programs and services. You are hereby advised that no portion of this meeting may be recorded without the permission of the Hingham Public Library.

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  2. Beginner Chess with Nolan DeMott | Ages 7+

    February 9, 2021, 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ Online via Zoom -- New to Zoom? Watch this short video.

    Students will learn the basics of play during this four-week series including how to set up the board, the rules of the game, understanding basic rule nuances such as castling, and the difference between checkmate and stalemate. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of fundamental chess principles and basic tactical ideas. This class is for elementary aged students as well as slightly older students who are interested in trying chess for the first time.

    Registration for this week's session has closed. Join us next week!

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