Hours:

Tuesday & Thursday

1PM-8 PM

Wednesday & Friday

9 AM-5 PM

Saturdays 10 AM-2PM

​(Closed Saturdays in the Summer)



YOGA

July 27th (ages 8-11) 11-11:30 A.M.

July 28th (ages 12 and up) 6-6:45 P.M.


Gallery

Programs

​​​​ Friends of RML

​44 Richards Ave

Paxton, MA

(508) 754 -0793

Richards Memorial Library

If you catch a Pokémon in the parking lot or inside the library receive one piece of candy at the circulation desk.

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Author Visit October 18th, 6:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M.:

Judith Ferrara bio: Writer and visual artist Judith Ferrara lives in Worcester, Massachusetts. Her poetry has been published in two collections: Gestures of Trees (Mellen Poetry Press) and A Brush with Words (Autumn Light Press) and journals, such as the black fly review, The Comstock Review, The Portland Review Literary Journal, GSU Review, The Worcester Review and others. In 2009, she began a study of poet Stanley Kunitz and continues to research his life and Worcester-based poems. Her art has been shown in group and solo exhibitions since 1998. Please visit www.PaletteAndPen.com for more information, including a look at artwork and Judy’s Journal, her monthly blog.

​The Basics of Professional Cinematography


Paul Odgren, owner of Parallax Pictures, together with Paxton Cable, will offer a 3 week summer class that will introduce:

  • How to take a better picture on your phone
  • How to write your own movie scenes
  • Lighting and Audio 101 (Green screen)
  • Editing and putting it all together for YOUTUBE

​Dates: August 4th, 11th, and 18th

Time: 6:15 P.M. -7:30 P.M.
Registration required. Free program-Spaces are limited. Visit the library or call 508-754-0793 (Must have 8 participants to offer program-Ages 12 and up)

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volunteers

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Board of Directors

Backyard Astronomy: Come in to borrow the library telescope!


Please come on in to check out the library telescope to observe objects from your own backyard using a technique called star-hopping and learn how easy it is to use!


This telescope was donated to the library by John C. Root in memory of his wife, Susan E. Root, and is maintained by Aldrich Astronomical Society, Inc. as part of their Adopt a Library Program.

Visit our library to check out the June 2016 Display:  Kitty Art by Ann McDougle