Displaying 19 Events from September 15th to September 29th.
Stitching Time: Event Cancelled
Bring your needlework projects and knit, crochet or stitch with us! We share progress, help each other problem solve (or pattern search) and enjoy working in the company of other crafters. All ages are encouraged to attend and limited instruction and supplies for beginners may be available. *Please note that the class today is cancelled.
3:00 PM to 4:30 PM    Mon, Sep 18th
Book Discussion:One Maryland One selection: "There There" by Tommy Orange
The Easton Book Group (open to all). Any questions, contact Mary Wilson at email@example.com
6:30 PM    Mon, Sep 18th
Master Gardener Program: "Tree Health Workshop"
Join speakers from Bartlett Tree Experts for this free workshop on keeping trees healthy. The experts will cover proper tree care and answer all your questions. Event sponsored by the University of Maryland Extension Office, Talbot County Free Library, and Talbot Master Gardeners.
10:30 AM to 11:30 AM    Wed, Sep 20th
Read the Room
Read the Room, co-hosted by the Needle's Eye Academy and the Talbot County Free Library, strives to serve as a communal dialogue series exploring literary experiences focused on equity and access unique to the Maryland Eastern Shore. Special guests Southern Maryland Regional Library Assoc. CEO Ashley Teagle and Maryland Humanities Literature Program Officer Aditya Desai will join Academy co-founder Jaelon T. Moaney in conversation, followed by a public unveiling of an inaugural survey in the Frederick Douglass Meeting Room. Seating is limited.
5:30 PM    Wed, Sep 20th
Hummingbird Book Club
For readers ages 6-13. Snacks will be provided. We are reading "Ghosts: A Graphic Novel" by Raina Telgemeier. Registration required at tcfl.org or call 410-822-1626.
4:30 PM    Thu, Sep 21st
Frederick Douglass Reading Challenge
Saturday, September 23 - November 1: For ages 6-18. Every time you read a Frederick Douglass biography, you fill out and turn in a raffle ticket which makes you eligible to win one of three $50 gift certificates from Target.
Sat, Sep 23rd
Frederick Douglass Day
The Frederick Douglass Honor Society, the Talbot County Free Library, the Town of Easton, and Talbot County are proud to present the 2023 Frederick Douglass Day. Events held in town and at the library. The day's celebration is free and open to the public.
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM    Sat, Sep 23rd
Monday Movies at Noon: "Where the Crawdads Sing"
This film tells the story of Kya, a young girl who raised herself in the dangerous marshlands of North Carolina. When the town's hotshot is found dead, she is the prime suspect and is tried for murder. Starring Daisy Edgar-Jones.
12:00 PM    Mon, Sep 25th
St. Michaels Branch
Read with Tiger, a Pets on Wheels Therapy Dog
For readers ages 5-10. Read with Janet Dickey and her dog, Tiger! Bring your own book or pick out a book at the library. No registration necessary.
4:00 PM    Mon, Sep 25th
Conversations on Race
Sponsored by Talbot Family Network. Advanced registration required at https://tinyurl.com/Sept2023COR Any questions, contact Nancy Andrew at firstname.lastname@example.org
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM    Mon, Sep 25th
Event held in the Childrens area at the Easton library. For children birth-5 years accompanied by parent or caregiver. Stories, songs and rhymes! Please register at tcfl.org or call 410-822-1626.
10:00 AM    Tue, Sep 26th
Learn about Talbot Library's online e-Resources
Want to start borrowing eBooks (and magazines and more) from the Library? The Library's Information Services Librarian, Jo Powers, will give an introduction to downloadable resources like hoopla and Libby and share information on our other great eResources, all FREE from TCFL!
Bring your mobile device (tablet or smartphone), your library card and the password to your app store of choice and you can get started today. Event is free and open to the public.
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM    Wed, Sep 27th
Story Time & Craft
For children 5 and under, accompanied by an adult. Pre-register by calling 410-745-5877.
10:30 AM    Wed, Sep 27th
St. Michaels Branch
"Rivers of the Eastern Shore" with Dennis Forney & Karen Footner
The Talbot Historical Society and Talbot County Free Library is pleased to partner for this lecture. A classic returns in a second edition, "Rivers of the Eastern Shore", by Hulbert Footner. We welcome Karen Footner who is the granddaughter of the author and Dennis Forney is the publisher. Event is free and open to the public.
1:00 PM    Wed, Sep 27th
Afternoon Chess - CANCELLED FOR TODAY
For ages 6-16. Learn and play chess. Snacks served! Please register at tcfl.org or call 410-822-1626. *Please note that Chess is cancelled for today.
4:30 PM    Wed, Sep 27th
Thursday Writers will meet the second and fourth Thursday of the month at St. Michaels Library, in person. Learn how to preserve your family's history by writing and sharing your stories. Please pre-register for this program by calling 410-745-5877.
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM    Thu, Sep 28th
St. Michaels Branch
Mil Colores (A Thousand Colors): A Bilingual Concert
Columbian-born songwriter and performer, Nathalia, hosts a fun and interactive presentation of her original bilingual music. No registration required. Event sponsored by Eastern Shore Regional Library.
2:00 PM    Thu, Sep 28th
One Maryland One Book Discussion: "There There" by Tommy Orange
Join us as we discuss this year's One Maryland One book selection. No registration required.