THE OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY with SHIV VERMA
Saturday, April 5 at 9:30-5:00 – Beginner/Intermediate Level
Saturday, April 12 at 9:30-5:00 – Advanced Level
This workshop is FREE and open to all.
Sign-up is required; limit 20 students per session. Please sign-up for each workshop.
The Oxford Public Library plays host to two BOOK GROUPS every month. Come to one or both, meet some great people, and read some amazing books! Each group chooses a different book every month to read and discuss. Both groups meet in the Oxford Public Library first floor reading room. All are welcome to this FREE program. For more information call 508-987-6003 ext. 3 and speak with Brenna.
Wednesday Night Book Group
Wednesday, March 12th at 6:30pm
We will be talking about the book HOTEL ON THE CORNER OF BITTER AND SWEET by Jamie Ford
Saturday Book Group
Saturday, March 29th at 11:00am
We will be discussing the novella, THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA by Ernest Hemingway & the short story, THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY by Edward Everett Hale.
Many of you are already aware that the Oxford Public Library recently acquired passes to Old Sturbridge Village. Did you know that we have a brand-new pass at the library?
The Worcester Historical Museum has donated two passes to the Oxford library. Call the Oxford Public Library at 508-987-6003 or stop by the 1st floor circulation desk to reserve a pass.
Check out our Museum Passes page for a complete list of passes.
How to print from a Windows Laptops. (You must use Internet Explorer to set up the printer on your device.)
1. Access the webpage: http://oxth-lib-dc.oxfordlibrary.local/printers
2. Select the 1st or 2nd floor printer. (Depending on which floor you are on.)
3. Click the “Connect” button.
This will install the selected printer.
If the “Connect” button does not appear on the webpage you may need to click on compatibility view.
How to print in Apple Products
You can print from the Apple applications, such as Mail, Safari, Photos, Camera, Maps, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Filemaker Go, and so on. Apps available from the App Store may also offer this feature.
To print, follow these steps:
1. Tap or , which are at the bottom of your screen.
2. Tap , the printer icon.
3. Choose your printer, it is called 1st or 2nd floor printer, the number of copies you want, and then tap Print.
APPEARING AT THE OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY
TWO OLD FRIENDS
EMERY HUTCHINS & JIM PRENDERGAST
When: Saturday, March 22nd at 2:00 pm
Where: Oxford Public Library Basement Meeting Room
Two Old Friends, Jim Prendergast and Emery Hutchins, are musicians who play and sing a unique combination of CeItic and American country music, and in their performances seek to show the connection between the two genres. Emery is a well known performer of a variety of different styles of acoustic music; ranging from traditional Irish tunes to vintage American country music songs. Jim worked for thirty years in the recording studios and orchestra pits of Nashville TN. Jim now resides in NH and is an active participant in New England’s thriving Celtic/Folk music scene.
A Two Old Friends performance represents the American experience in a real and vibrant way. It demonstrates how American music is really an amalgamation of musical styles. There are American blues pieces juxtaposed with Irish jigs and reels. There, are “shout tunes” and plaintive ballads. Original melodies, songs and stories by the artists are part of a performance that tells the story in music of loss and renewal, despair and hope, anguish and joy that is the story of the Irish and of every other group of people who have traveled to America — and within America. It is a performance that is informative and entertaining and above all, seeks to show that to understand the music of a culture is to understand the heart of a culture.
The second session of the How to Get Published Workshop with Bob Stetson has been postponed. Due to the stormy weather that we are experiencing here in the Northeast we have opted to hold the second session on Saturday, March 1st at 10:00 to 12:00 am.
If you have any questions please call he library at 508-987-6003 ext. 3.
Sign-up is encouraged.
This is a FREE program.
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