"Edwardian Summertime Tea" with Rita Parisi
Friday, August 10, 2018 @ 6:30pm
in the Merrimac Library
At the turn of the century people would spend their summers enjoying popular beachside resorts.
Rita, as the character of Mrs. Gordon, will give a first-hand account of what it was like
to spend a day at the beach in 1908.
Join us for an entertaining evening with light refreshments.
COMING IN OCTOBER!
The Friends of the MPL Book & Bake Sale
Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018 9:00AM-2:00PM
Merrimac Public Library
Doing your Spring Cleaning! Don't forget to put aside any books, magazines,
puzzles or games you would like to donate to the book sale.
Click here to see the list of passes being offered
The Merrimac Public Library Museum Pass Brochures
are now available courtesy of
The Friends of the MPL.
The brochure lists all passes offered by the
Merrimac Public Library
including the two newest passes added in the past year.
In 2017 we added
The House of Seven Gables Museum in Salem, MA
This year we have added
The Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH.
Visit the Merrimac Library and pick up a Museum Pass Brochure!
The Friends of the Merrimac Public Library have added
The Seacoast Science Center
to the list of museum passes currently offered by The Merrimac Library
Click here to learn more about The Seacoast Science Center.
Visit the Library now to borrow the Seacoast Science Center pass or any of the many other passes offered by the Library.
The Merrimac Public Library Has A Telescope!
A big Thank You to Director Kelly Unsworth for all her work in getting the "Adopt a Telescope" program to the Merrimac Library.
The progam is supported by The Aldrich Astronomical Society
and has been funded by The Friends of the Merrimac Public Library.
The program will allow patrons to borrow the telescope from the Merrimac Public Library
as you would a book, CD, DVD etc.
On Thursday, August 16th, from 7:00PM-8:30PM there will be a Library Telescope Workshop
in the Library meeting room.
It is designed for adults and families with children 8 & older.
The first part will be a powerpoint presentation on how to use the telescope.
Weather permitting the presentation will be followed by an outdoor viewing.
A raffle will be held to see who will be the first to borrow the telescope and holds will be placed for any other patrons who are interested.