Psychic/Medium Rick Boisvere

Psychic/Medium Rick Boisvere
Thursday, October 19 @ 7:00 p.m.

Rick Boisvere will discuss his abilities as a third generation psychic/medium, perhaps even offering some messages from those who have passed.

Boisvere is a member of a national spiritualist church and student of The Morris Pratt Institute, working on national credentials as a medium and spiritual healer. He also has experience as a paranormal investigator.

Space is limited. Please register by calling 789-1550 X4 or go to www.agawamlibrary.org.

Museum Pass Addition

Thanks to the generosity of our Friends of the Library, we have added a museum pass for the enjoyment of our patrons. Visitors to the Vintage Radio & Communications Museum of Connecticut will enjoy free admission for four (4) people with the new pass. Visit www.vrcmct.org for more information

Oil Paintings by Laurie Tavino

The Agawam Public Library is proud to display an exhibit of Oil Paintings by local artist, Laurie Tavino for the month of August.

Laurie paints local rural landscapes because of their natural beauty but also with the intention of preserving their history. Many of her paintings depict scenes that no longer exist. However, her favorite subject is the figure, drawing her inspiration from artistic anatomy studies and women’s themes.

The exhibit will be on display during the month of August. The Agawam Library welcomes visitors Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please contact Adult Services Librarian, Cher Collins at (413) 789-1550 X8851 or ccollins@agawamlibrary.org if you are interested in displaying artwork at the library.

Build A Better World With Color!

Wednesday, August 2 ALL DAY

It’s National Coloring Day! Head downstairs to the Reference Department and join in an all-day coloring event. All supplies will be provided.

Build A Better World by Preserving Your Story, part II

July 31 @ 6:30 p.m.
Maureen Shepard will lead this hands-on section of Preserving Your Story Part II.  She will provide creative ways to preserve your personal story through journaling and scrapbooking. Participants should bring 10 photographs, all other materials will be provided. SPACE IS LIMITED and participants from Part I will be given preference. Sign-ups for this event will begin on July 19th in order to give preference to those who attend Part I.

Build A Better World with Knowledge and Tolerance-Islam 101

July 27 @ 6:30 p.m. De-mystify Islam and learn about some common misconceptions about this religion. Mona Ives is an American-born Muslim who fuses her American heritage with her Islamic studies. After starting a major in International Relations at Boston University, Mrs. Ives completed her education in Pakistan where she studied Arabic and Islamic Theology with a specialization in Comparative Religion at the International Islamic University in Islamabad. Mrs. Ives now serves as the Administrator of the Executive Committee at the Worcester Islamic Center and focuses her efforts on Islamic education, interfaith activities, outreach into the Worcester community and charity work.