Early Childhood Education Seminar
Tuesday, April 25 at 6:30 PM
This seminar, for caregivers and parents of young children, is led by Jan Barlow, education director of Apple Tree Arts. Attendees will participate in developmentally appropriate music activities that help children develop an array of skills including spatial awareness, body part identification, crossing the mid line, listening and learning how to follow directions. Attendees will receive songs and exercise activities that help children develop these skills. Best of all, children will experience joy while singing songs and moving their bodies when parents and caregivers learn how to incorporate music and movement into the children’s daily activities.
Adult Coloring Group
April 6, May 4 at 6:30 pm
Join in on the latest craze with our Adult Coloring Group. We meet the 1st Thursday of the month. No need to register, just drop in. Bring your own coloring books and pencils, or use ours.
April 13, May 11 at 6 pm
Join local author Lisa Shea for a writing group at the Sutton Library. Come bounce your ideas off of other authors and get creative and constructive feedback.
Krosslink- Entrepreneur Greenhouse
March 28, April 25, May 30 at 6:30 pm
On March 28 we will be hosting Suzan Czajkowski, a Digital Marketing Consultant & Communication Coach, who will be doing a presentation on using Social Media effectively to grow your Small Business.
Sutton Library has joined a growing community of libraries who have partnered with Krosslink.org, an organization encouraging entrepreneurship. Meetings will be held once a month and alternate between expert speakers, ‘bar stool’ pitch sessions (entrepreneurs pitching their ideas and getting instant feedback), and case studies. The idea is to give entrepreneurs a place to network, meet mentors, and bounce ideas off of like-minded individuals.
Book Discussion Groups
The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore
April 19 at 11 am at the Senior Center
April 20 at 6 pm at the Library
Flight of the Sparrow by Amy Belding Brown
May 17 at 11 am at the Senior Center
May 18 at 6 pm at the Library
One great title– two chances to discuss it each month! Book club books will be available at the desk of the Library after the previous book group. Books for the Senior Center discussion are also available at the Senior Center.
Raised Bed Gardening
Thursday, April 6 at 6:30 pm
Kate Donovan and Eric Bromberg of Blackstone Valley Veggie Gardens are local food-growing advocates who help people turn their own yards into a source of nutrition for themselves and their families.
How to Cook With Tofu (So Your Kids Will Eat It and Ask For Seconds)
Tuesday, April 18 at 6:30 pm
Tofu is a healthy source of protein, but how do you know which kind to buy and how do you cook with it? In this class, we’ll learn about the different kinds of tofu and how to cook it right. This class will turn tofu-skeptics into believers! Please register.
Healthy & Decadent Desserts Class
Tuesday, May 2 at 6:30 pm
Is it possible to make decadent desserts that are….good for you? Bring your sweet tooth and join in to find out how – we’ll be making desserts from whole-food ingredients and tasting how great healthy treats can be! We’ll be making Dark Chocolate Raspberry Bites, Lemon Tartlets, Mocha Mousse Cups, and more! The recipes for this class will be dairy and gluten-free, using no refined sugar…but don’t worry, you won’t miss it! Please register.
Getting to know your ukulele
Tuesdays, May 9, 1, 23, and 30 from 6:30 - 7:30 PM
This four-week class for adults introduces participants to the joy of making music on the ukulele. Known as the people’s instrument this accessible instrument is built for success with minimal instruction. The library has some ukuleles available to check out. Class will be taught by Jan Barlow from Apple Tree Arts and is limited to 10 people. Register with the library at 508-865-8752 or online.
Wednesday mornings at 10 am
Join our casual knitters to chat and knit! (Any handicraft is welcome, it doesn't have to be knitting.)