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Franklin Public Library

ON-SITE PROGRAMS TAKE PLACE INSIDE THE LIBRARY OR IN THE LIBRARY READING GARDEN.

FAMILY PROGRAMS

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Join us every TUESDAY in JUNE at 10am in the library for stories with Miss Amanda and Adventures of Fox author Caroline Kerfoot, a craft and play time!

Perfect for birth through preschool age, but if you have older children who love stories and crafts they are welcome, too. Tuesdays in June at 10 am: June 4, 11, 18, and 25.

WALK IN WELCOME!

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Story time with a Book Fairy, bubble blowing, crafts for kids and teens, snacks...

Register for summer reading: kids and teens will get a goodie bag. Adventure definitely begins at Franklin Public Library!

EVERYONE WELCOME.

KIDS & TEENS PROGRAMS

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ADULTS PROGRAMS

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Come learn about the science of human memory and how it relates to changes in the brain during aging and in Alzheimer’s disease. Learn habits and tricks you can use in everyday life to promote cognitive health at any age. Dr. Ana Daugherty is a cognitive neuroscientist who studies changes in the brain during aging and how these relate to changes in thinking and memory functions across the adult lifespan, and increase risk for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia.

EVERYONE WELCOME.

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Bees are essential for the health of people and the planet. Honey and other products have medicinal properties, and the role of bees as pollinators makes them vital for food supplies. In this presentation individuals will get an introduction to the variety of bees, benefits of bees and the practice of honey beekeeping.

EVERYONE WELCOME, INCLUDING CHILDREN.