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Future Events

November, 2022

Monday
28
Harvard Public Library
10:30 AM
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Storytime at the Harvard Public Library for ages 0-2 & up
Wednesday
30
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Storytime for ages 2 & 3

December, 2022

Thursday
1
Harvard Public Library
10:30 AM
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Storytime at the Harvard Public Library for ages 0-2 & up
Friday
2
9:30 AM
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Playgroup for babies aged 0-1 and their caregivers.
Friday
2
Harvard Public Library
6:30 PM
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Lightyear (PG)
Saturday
3
Friendly Crossways, 247 Littleton County Rd, Harvard, MA 01451
3:30 PM
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Come join the Family Book Group! We focus on picture books to spark anti-racist work with our young families. Geared towards pre-k through grade 2, (but all siblings are welcome!) our book choices and conversations will build towards how we, as families, can engage in more anti-racist reflection, conversations and actions.

Family Book Group is hosted by Elizabeth Brown, white mom to 4 biracial kids. I’m figuring out how to engage in anti-racist work as a human and as a parent, expecting feedback and growth to be part of my journey.
Contact: ejohnsonbrown@gmail.com, she/her/hers

A packet of all 4 books can be reserved for the first 20 families who email the Head of Circulation, Meghan Balbresky at balbreskym@cwmars.org. After you register, I will email you as soon as you can pick them up at the Harvard Public Library. Look at the pictures, read with your kids/fellow caregivers as you can.

Book List:
Max and the Tag-Along Moon, by Floyd Cooper
When Max leaves his grandfather‘s house, the moon follows him all the way home, just as Grandpa promised it would.

We’re Different, We’re the Same, by Bobbi Jane Kates
Illustrations and simple rhyming text show that while the body parts of various human and Muppet characters may look different, they have similar uses.

The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi
After Unhei moves from Korea to the United States, her new classmates help her decide what her name should be.

Something Happened in Our Town by Marianne Celano
After discussing the police shooting of a local Black man with their families, Emma and Josh know how to treat a new student who looks and speaks differently than his classmates.


More Details: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vzfogiuZuH8B58vFNlGdzIQXn-CIdpKF_yIdhfxrXQo/edit

Friday
9
9:30 AM
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Playgroup for babies aged 0-1 and their caregivers.
Sunday
11
The Harvard Town Common
3:30 PM
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Since 1961, the children of Harvard, Massachusetts have come together every Christmas season in a shared performance of the Christmas story for the entire community. This annual event is presented by the Congregational Church of Harvard U.C.C., the Harvard Unitarian Universalist Church, the Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Parish , and children from our community unaffiliated with local churches. Our celebration is open to all, and we hope you’ll join us in this beloved town tradition, as a participant in the cast or choir, as a musician, as a parent volunteer, or as an audience member.

This year, the pageant and its festivities, which include the tree lighting on the Common, Christmas caroling, hayrides, and a cocoa & cookie reception, will be held on Sunday, December 11, 2022, with performances at 3:30 and 4:30 p.m in the sanctuary of the Unitarian Church. Attendance is free and all are welcome.

Tree Lighting Information: https://www.harvard-ma.gov/home/events/16473
Christmas Pageant Information: https://harvardchristmaspageant.com/
Friday
16
9:30 AM
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Playgroup for babies aged 0-1 and their caregivers.