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UPCOMING EVENTS

++Tue, Aug 30, 7PM — Linda K. Wertheimer, author of FAITH ED: TEACHING ABOUT RELIGION IN AN AGE OF INTOLERANCE in conversation with Tova Mirvis, author of VISIBLE CITY

++Tue, Sept 6, 7PM — Release party for FROM DARKNESS TO DYNASTY: THE FIRST 40 YEARS OF THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS, by Jerry Thornton

++Wed, Sept 7, 7PM – Aaron Thier, author of MR. ETERNITY, and Lindsay Hatton, author of MONTEREY BAY

++Thu, Sept 8, 7PM — Tommy Shea, author of DINGERS: THE 101 MOST MEMORABLE HOME RUNS IN BASEBALL HISTORY

++Fri, Sept 9, 7PM — Friday Night Bookclub meets to discuss THE FISHERMEN by Chigozie Obioma

++Sat, Sept 10, 2PM — ILOVEMG event featuring middle grade authors Adam Shaughnessy, author of THE UNBELIEVABLE FIB: OVER THE UNDERWORLD, and Tania Unsworth, author of BRIGHTWOOD.  Ages 7+

++Mon, Sept 12, 7PM — PoemWorks poetry reading with Alexis Ivy & Miles Coon, followed by an Open Mic

++Tue, Sept 13, 7PM — Ann Hood, author of THE BOOK THAT MATTERS MOST, and Anna Solomon, author of LEAVING LUCY PEAR

++Wed, Sept 14, 7PM — Anne Korkeakivi, author of SHINING SEA

++Thu, Sept 15, 7PM — Hannah Pittard, author of LISTEN TO ME

++Sat, Sept 17, 11AM — Curiosity Day! Celebrate 75 years of Curious George with the classic H.A. Rey books, and special activities.  All ages.

++Sun, Sept 18, 2PM — Storytime and release party for FOLLOW THE YARN: A BOOK OF COLORS by Emily Sper.  Be sure to wear your favorite color!  Ages 2+

++Mon, Sept 19, 7PM — Catherine Fletcher, author of THE BLACK PRINCE OF FLORENCE: THE SPECTACULAR LIFE AND TREACHEROUS WORLD OF ALESSANDRO DE’ MEDICI

++Tue, Sept 20, 2PM — Newtonville Bookclub meets to discuss THE UNEXPECTED INHERITANCE OF INSPECTOR CHOPRA by Vaseem Khan

++Tue, Sept 20, 7PM — Holly Guran, author of RIVER OF BONES, and Lauren Rogers, author of REFLECTIONS FROM MY SOUL

++Wed, Sept 21, 7PM — Amy Hassinger, author of AFTER THE DAM, and Teri Youmans Grimm, author of BECOMING LYLA DORE

++Thu, Sept 22, 7 PM — Susie Lampert and Judy Norsigian, presenting SO MUCH TO BE DONE: THE WRITINGS OF BREAST CANCER ACTIVIST BARBARA BRENNER by Barbara Brenner

++Sat, Sept 24, 7PM — Debra Spark, author of UNKNOWN CALLER

++Tue, Sept 27, 7PM — Zoe Zolbrod, author of THE TELLING, and Joanna Rakoff, author of MY SALINGER YEAR

++Thu, Sept 29, 7PM — Celebrity Bookclub meets to discuss the novella “Benito Cereno” by Herman Melville.  Hosted by BOSTON GLOBE film critic Ty Burr, author most recently of GODS LIKE US: ON MOVIE STARDOM AND MODERN FAME.