Programs and events at the Pearle L. Crawford Library
DUDLEY - The Pearle L. Crawford Library, 40 Schofield Avenue, Dudley, has listed the following programs and events. Join us for one of our virtual programs at the Pearle. To register go to www.crawfordlibrary.org or call 508-949-8021.
Storytime on Facebook Live
Wednesdays at noon - Join Miss Lida for a live storytime on Facebook, every Wednesday at noon, and then stop by the library for a free take-and-make craft kit. No Facebook account is needed for this free program. Just point your browser to https://www.facebook.com/crawfordlibrary to access the video. Can’t tune in at noon? Recordings of each week’s storytime are available on the Facebook page beginning Wednesday afternoon.
Music and movement
First Friday of every month at 11:00 a.m. Join Deb Hudgins on Facebook for Music and Movement, one of our most popular programs. Nothing gets kids on their feet and having fun quite like songs, dance and silly stories. No Facebook account is needed for this free program. Just point your browser to https://www.facebook.com/crawfordlibrary to access the video.
Wingmasters birds of prey
Friday, February 22, 6:00-7:50 p.m. Wingmasters will present a children’s program featuring educational videos and live birds of prey, with question and answer sessions. Meet a falcon and an owl and learn about them and other birds of prey. Free; registration is required. Participants will receive a link to the Zoom meeting 24 hours before the event. Sponsored by the Hugh W. and Harriet K. Crawford Endowment.
Hands on nature presents backyard birds
Monday, March 22, 6:00-7:30 p.m. Meet the birds in your backyard with this fun free program for kids. Free; registration is required. Participants will receive a link to the Zoom meeting 24 hours before the event. Sponsored by the Hugh W. and Harriet K. Crawford Endowment.
Tracing your immigrant ancestors
Thursday, March 25. 6:00-7:45 p.m. Most of us are here today because someone, somewhere, left everything they knew for something unknown. Find out how, find out why, find out more. This talk will give you the tools you need to identify the place of origin of your European ancestors. Margaret Fortier will cover how to start, what to watch out for, and how to use the whole family to find what you are looking for. Case studies tracing local immigrants will illustrate the method. Free. Registration required. Participants will be emailed a zoom link 24 hours before the program.