MOVIE MONDAYS: New and Classic Films
Mon, June 13 at 12:30 pm
The Finest Hours: based on the book by Michael Tougias, this is the true story of a daring Coast Guard rescue off Cape Cod during a storm in 1952.  Can't make the screening?  Look for this film in our rental collection of DVDs after the showing.  $1 per night.
ADULT COLORING --Now offered twice per month!
Meets 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month from 12-1:30 and from 6:30-8 pm
Adult coloring books are top sellers and a great way to relax and be creative.  We provide all the materials or you can bring your own.  De-stress and have fun.  Drop in or out when you like and meet new friends.  No signup needed.  ADULTS AND TEENS 13 AND UP ONLY PLEASE.  Coffee, water and calming music provided. 

 
FOREIGN FILM NIGHTS
Thurs, May 26 at 7 pm
Glassland (Irish film in English): A young man resorts to desperate measures to help his mother overcome her alcoholism. 
We provide beverages.  Feel free to bring a snack or popcorn.  Sponsored by the Friends.  Everyone welcome
Not able to make the screening?  Look for these titles in our DVD collection. 
THE MORNING AND EVENING BOOK CLUBS
Two chances per month to attend a discussion on the same book
Read the selected book and attend a discussion.  Add your own thoughts or sit and listen.  Attend as many sessions as you like.  The selected titles are available to borrow at no charge with a valid library card.  New members are always warmly welcomed.  Bring a friend. Refreshments are courtesy of the Friends of the Library.   Discussion leaders are Tammy Page and Leslie McDonnell.  Discussions last 1 hour.

MORNING DATES
Mon, June 6 at 11 am: Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal
Mon, July 11 at 11 am: Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
Mon, Aug 1 at 11 am: Us by David Nicholls
Mon, Aug 29 at 11 am: The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck (This is the Sept meeting)
Mon, Sept 26 at 11 am: On the Move by Oliver Sacks (This is the Oct meeting)
Mon, Nov 7 at 11 am: Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

EVENING DATES
Thurs, June 2 at 6:30 pm: Kitchens of the Great Midwest
Thurs, July 7 at 6:30 pm: Just Mercy
Thurs, Aug 4 at 6:30 pm: Us
Thurs, Sept 1 at 6:30 pm: Grapes of Wrath
Thurs, Oct 6 at 6:30 pm: On the Move
Thurs, Nov 3 at 6:30 pm: Americanah

ONE BOOK, ONE HOLLISTON
Read the Mass Book Award winners in 2016
Our annual community reading program
One Book, One Holliston asks the question: "what if all of Holliston read the same book at the same time?"  It is a community-wide program to draw readers to important authors, books and themes and to help them share ideas and the love of reading.  One Book, One Holliston takes place each February with funding from the Friends of the Library and the TD Bank Affinity program.

WHAT WE'VE READ IN PREVIOUS YEARS:
2016: Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng; The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert; and Misery Islands by January Gill O'Neil
2015: The Storied Life of A. J. Fikery by Gabrielle Zevin
2014: The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans & Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
2013: Three Weeks in December by Audrey Schulman
2012: Widow's War by Sally Gunning
2010: Mudbound by Hillary Jordan
2009: The Latehomecomer by Kao Kalia Yang
2008: Dark Tide by Stephen Puleo
2007: March by Geraldine Brooks
2006: The Kiterunner by Khalid Hosseini

HISTORY BOOK CLUB
HOW THE CLUB WORKS
Attend as many meetings as you like. Read the selected book and attend the discussion led by Mary Miley. Bring your ideas, questions and comments or simply listen. Multiple copies of the books are available for borrowing from the library about a month in advance or can be purchased on your own.  NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WARMLY WELCOME.
 
THE PLACE & TIME
Discussions take place in the Gilman Room on the lower level of the library at 752 Washington Street, Holliston one evening per month, 6:30-8 PM.
Membership in the book club is free and open to everyone. For more information, call the library at 508-429-0617 or email Mary at mmiley@prac.com.  Bring a friend!
THE BOOKS

Thurs, June 16: Machine Made: Tamany Hall and the Creation of Modern Politics by Terry Golway
Tues, July 19: Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by Eric Larson
Thurs, Aug 18: Pick your own book and share it with the group
Tues, Sept 13: The Race Underground: Boston and New York City and the Incredible Rivalry to Build America's First Subway by Doug Most
Thurs, Oct 20: The Wright Brothers by David McCullough
Tues, Nov 15: JFK's Forgotten Crisis by Bruce Reidel
Thurs, Dec 15: Pick your own book and share it with the group