Library Offers Help With eReaders, Historical Society Has Victorian Tea Coming Up

A look at what's coming up in and around Lynnfield.

Bill Laforme photo for Patch.com
Bill Laforme photo for Patch.com
Today is Wednesday, January 22. Here are five things worth knowing today.

Lynnfield Assistant Library Director Samantha Cabral reports that she will provide individual assistance to people who need help downloading books onto their eReaders or tablets, starting in February and running through April. Call the reference department at 781-334-5411 for more information.

The Lynnfield Historical Society is holding a Victorian style tea party to celebrate the town’s Tricentennial. It’s on Sunday, February 9 at 1 p.m. at the Old Meeting House. Price is $25 per person, including tea/beverages, scones, petite sandwiches and pastries. Prizes for the best hat and best Victorian ensemble (male or female). Contact kerrydip@gmail.com or call 781-334-5557.

Note from the Lynnfield Senior Center: Karen Orband, R. N. will be here to discuss diabetes, what it is and some treatments. Thursday, January 30th at 12:30. Free. Please sign up. Lunch is served at 11:30 for $2.00/$3.00. You must sign up for lunch by noon the day before. This is a monthly discussion, please join us!

Coming up on Thursday, January 30 at 3:30 p.m., they’re having a Chinese New Year party at the Lynnfield Library with stories about the Chinese Zodiac, some Chinese music, and a craft. White rice and egg rolls will also be served.

Our Lady of the Assumption School on 40 Grove Street in Lynnfield is having an open house on Sunday, January 26 starting at 12:30 p.m. Click here to learn more about it.



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