The Groton Public Library is hosting a wide variety of programs over the next couple of weeks.
A highlight will be provided by the Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Art Club exhibit: â€œDreams.â€ The exhibition is already opened, but things get kicked into high gear with a public reception on Saturday, April 27 from 12:30-2:00 p.m. The art exhibit featuring the work of selected G-DRHS students will be on display through May 31.Flower Arranging Plain and Simple with Betsy Williams, is set for Tuesday, April 23, from 7:00-8:30 pm. Betsy will demonstrate flower arranging, plus raffle off two bouquets. Free and open to all. Museum Passes â€“ Tower Hill Botanical Garden is just 30 minutes from Groton and features twelve distinctive gardens, and miles of walking trails. Gardens range from a Field of Daffodils, to a wooded Wildlife Garden, to a Secret Garden. Book this pass at gpl.org or call 978-448-1167.
Other activities include:
- YA Terrarium Workshop,* Sat, Apr 27, 1-2 pm. Lynne Kavanagh of the Groton Garden Club will help you create your own terrarium. All plants and materials will be provided. Grades 6-12.
- Llama Lounge for Young Adults, May 2, 11:30 am â€“ 3 pm. Come to the library with your friends on this half day of school to play Wii games, board games, crafts, refreshments, and more. Grades 5-8.
- Mini Motions for Preschoolers, Fri, Apr 26, 10:30-11:15 am. Children ages 2-5 participate in this lively creative movement program with Karyn from Mini Motions.** Space is limited!
- Tales and Tunes for Tots,* Fri, May 10, 10:30-11:15 am. ** Music and lots of fun for infants and preschoolers with Steve Blunt.