Parlin Memorial Library, Everett
Events Calendar
June/July 2019
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7:00am - 8:30am
Author Event with Susan Oleksiw. On a rural Massachusetts farm, the bodies of two women are found. Why did they die and what does their killer want? Felicity O’Brien must find out to protect herself and her land from harm. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Everett Libraries. If you have any questions, please call the Parlin Library Information Desk at 617-394-2302.
6:30pm
Coloring Book Evenings. Calm your mind and indulge your creative side every Wednesday evening until August 21st. Coloring books and colored pencils supplied. No need to sign up. Just show up!
6:30pm - 7:00pm
Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Everett Public Libraries
 
 
 
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6:30pm
Coloring Book Evenings. Calm your mind and indulge your creative side every Wednesday evening until August 21st. Coloring books and colored pencils supplied. No need to sign up. Just show up!
 
 
 
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6:00pm - 7:30pm
Murder Mystery Monday! Venice, La Serenissima, is a city of beauty, magic, history and death. Donna Leon’s vice commissario of police, and genius detective, Guido Brunetti, knows this all too well. Join us as we visit Venice and enjoy the first in Donna Leone’s fascinating series. Copies are available at the Parlin Library Adult Circulation Desk. All mystery loving adults are welcome! Please call the Parlin Information Desk, (617) 394 2300, if you have any questions.
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Foreign Film - Le Concert. Fired thirty years ago for hiring Jewish musicians, Andrei Filipov, former conductor of the Bolshoi orchestra, is now a janitor. He learns the Chatelet Theater in Paris has invited the Bolshoi to be their guest orchestra. He gathers his former musicians instead. And, for reasons we don’t understand, wants the young violinist virtuoso, Anne-Marie Jacquet,to be the accompanist. This wonderful film swings from broad farce and socio/political silliness to a deeply moving finale.
Coloring Book Evenings. Calm your mind and indulge your creative side every Wednesday evening until August 21st. Coloring books and colored pencils supplied. No need to sign up. Just show up!
 
2:30pm - 5:00pm
Friday Family Movies. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. All are welcome!
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Summer Craft - Butterfly Feeders! Your garden is in full bloom. Celebrate the warmth and beauty of summer, and promote the growth and pollination of your garden, by attracting butterflies! The butterfly feeder we make will be a useful and attractive garden ornament. Supplies are provided but limited. Ages 13 +. Sign up at the Parlin Information Desk, (617) 394 2302.
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6:00pm - 8:00pm
Foreign Films - The Black Book, Tuesday, July 16th at 6:30 pm Well known Dutch director Paul Verhoven brings us a World War II film in which Jewish fugitives attempt to escape occupied Holland -- only to face a Nazi ambush. Rachel Stein (Carice van Houten, the Red Woman in Game of Thrones) is the only survivor. Joining the Dutch Resistance she infiltrates German headquarters. Epic, passionate, breathtaking, Black Book tells an untold story of World War II in which the distinction between good and evil becomes blurred by human nature.It is a thriller, a tribute to Holland's Jewish population, and a poison pen letter to the Dutch opportunists who attempted to sell them out.
6:30pm
Coloring Book Evenings. Calm your mind and indulge your creative side every Wednesday evening until August 21st. Coloring books and colored pencils supplied. No need to sign up. Just show up!
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Pied Potter: Rick Hamelin. "Creativity Builds a Better World" This is an exciting prograwheel thrown, glazed and fired dragon where the pottery wheel will connect our communities as we explore how a better world was built from clay. The tiny speck of clay can be used to create beauty, build structures or cook and serve a meal. This pottery demonstration begins with the basic concept of pressure and motion, involving simple forms that I will use to complete several projects, bringing to life pots and creatures one piece at a time while I share stories from the mud that connect and celebrate our unique differences. Free and open to the public, this program is brought to you by a grant from the Everett Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
2:30pm - 4:30pm
Friday Family Movies. Captain Marvel. All are welcome!
 
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