“In Diane Barnes’s More Than, Peggy Moriarty finds herself unmoored when she sends her twins off to college while
still grieving her husband’s loss fourteen years before. With a light touch, a dash of humor, and a pace that keeps the pages turning, Barnes has crafted memorable and relatable characters in
this story of grief, friendship, and selfdiscovery.”
-- Jennifer Klepper, USA Today Best Selling Author of Unbroken Threads
Co-sponsored by the Worcester County Poetry Association this event celebrates the release of poet Curt Curtin's latest collection For Art's Sake. There will be an open mic followed by a slide show of related art work. The poems will be read by Dee O'Connor, Paul Szlosek, and possibly other friends of Curt.
This planetarium show explores the relationship between Earth, Moon and Sun with the help of Coyote, an amusing character adapted from Native American oral traditions. Coyote has many misconceptions about our home planet and its most familiar neighbors. His confusion about the universe makes viewers think about how Earth, Moon and Sun work together as a system and learn to distinguish between myths and science.
Get In The Game, a guide to personal finances and life for
young adults, is delivered in a fun, easy to read format. Using
his unique perspective as a softball and baseball coach,
Larry teaches young adults how to get on the path to
financial independence. Along the way he teaches broader
lessons about life, starting a career, and leadership.
32-year-old Madeline works with her family for her grandfather’s
local Independent Baseball team, the Abington Armadillos. When
a man last seen arguing with her brother is found dead in the
visitor’s dugout, Madeline needs to work fast to figure out who
the real culprit is.