Wednesdays and Saturdays @ 10:30
Join Ms. Emily for songs and stories every Wednesday and Saturday. Ages 0-5.
Teens help with programming, shelving, and a variety of other library tasks while earning volunteer hours. Ages 12-16.
An ongoing monthly book (and film) discussion group which supports growth and reflection with anti-racism. Each month will feature a different material, and will include one or two discussion sessions. Participants may choose to stick with the group long-term for sustained growth, or are welcome to join month to month.
Oct. 29 4 - 5:30 pm: In person in the library’s gazebo
Please dress in very warm layers, depending on weather report, and/or bring a blanket and warm drink. In the shade, a late October afternoon can turn quite chilly!
This session will focus on the first five sections of the book, up to and including the section “25 years of Tossing and Turning,” and will also allow time for the group to get to know each other.
Nov. 5 6 - 7:30 pm: Over Zoom
Email email@example.com to receive the Zoom link for that day
This session will focus on the last three sections of the book, but will also reflect on the book as a whole.
Participants do not need to have joined the first session to join this one and are encouraged to join either or both sessions.
About the facilitator:
Leigh Anne Keichline is an educator who holds a Masters in Education & Literacy as well as one in Political Science. Passionate about racial justice but humble in her own journey, she offers a space for curiosity, care, respect, and growth. She has been trained as a SEED leader from the National SEED Project (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) out of Wellesley University, and has led book discussions through Skidompha Library since June of 2020.