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Adult Programs


Virtual: Behind The Scenes of Late Night TV

Wednesday, October 4 @ 7:00 PM, Zoom

Virtual: Behind The Scenes of Late Night TV

Associate Producer Maggie Davis shines a light on how the mix of entertainment and journalism is made on the Emmy® Award-winning ABC late-night talk show, “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” A New England native, Maggie will also share how she turned her passion and skills into a successful career in the entertainment industry and take your questions.


This program is in partnership with the Nashua Public Library.


Virtual: Stress Management

Thursday, October 5 @ 6:00—7:00 p.m., Zoom

Stress Management: A Proactive Approach

Join us as we virtually host Jill Patterson, RDN for an engaging workshop where we will learn what stress is, how the body responds to stress, and how we can manage stress. We will learn about a variety of tools including nutrition for stress management, movement, and other modalities. Stress is very common today and can wreak havoc on our immune system, health, and well-being. Learn strategies that will provide solutions for optimal stress management.

About Jill

Jill Patterson, RDN is a national speaker and an award-winning registered dietitian nutritionist, certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor. She has been quoted in the Huffington Post, Parents Magazine, and local news outlets. She specializes in providing wellness education programs that inspire individuals to implement healthy habits. She works with community organizations and workplaces and has provided programs for libraries, senior centers, town departments, universities, schools, banking/financial institutions, manufacturing companies, athletic apparel companies, wholesale stores, grocery stores, furniture stores, energy companies, travel companies, technology companies, and more. She is passionate about helping people live their happiest, healthiest lives! You can find her at



Westford Author Visit: Luna McNamara

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 7:00—8:00 PM, Meeting Room

Join us for an author visit with Westford author Luna McNamara as she discusses her first novel, Psyche and Eros.

About Psyche and Eros:

Who said true love is a myth?

A prophecy claims that Psyche, princess of Mycenae, will defeat a monster feared even by the gods. Rebelling against her society’s expectations for women, Psyche spends her youth mastering blade and bow, preparing to meet her destiny.

When Psyche angers the love goddess Aphrodite, she sends Eros, god of desire, to deliver a cruel curse. After eons watching humanity twist his gifts, the last thing Eros wants is to become involved in the chaos of the mortal world. But when he pricks himself with the arrow intended for Psyche, Eros finds himself doomed to yearn for a woman who will be torn from him the moment their eyes meet.

Thrown together by fate, headstrong Psyche and world-weary Eros will face challenges greater than they could have ever imagined. And as the Trojan War begins and divine powers try to keep them apart, the pair must determine if the curse could become something more . . . before it’s too late.

A joyous and subversive tale of gods, monsters, and the human heart and soul, Psyche and Eros dazzles the senses while exploring notions of trust, sacrifice, and what it truly means to be a hero. With unforgettably vivid characters, spellbinding prose, and delicious tension, Luna McNamara has crafted a shimmering and propulsive debut novel about a love so strong it defies the will of Olympus.

About Luna:

Luna McNamara is a social worker by day, and by night she writes about historical women and forgotten gods. Luna holds a master’s degree from Harvard University in the study of women and gender in world religions; she has also studied ancient Greek language and philosophy. She lives in Boston with her faithful lop rabbit, Leo.


Adult Nonfiction Book Club – Tuesday, October 3rd at 7:00 p.m. – We’ll meet in the downstairs Meeting Room. We’ll discuss Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari.  Copies are available at Main Desk. Email Charles Schweppe at for details!

Adult Book Club – Thursday, October 12th at 7:00 p.m. – Our meetings take place upstairs in the Mary Atwood Room. Join us to discuss Horse by Geraldine Brooks. Copies are available at Main Desk. The e-book and audiobook are both available to download from Libby.  Email Kristina Leedberg at for details!  

Mystery Book ClubMonday, October 23rd at 2:00 p.m. – Wake up your week with a stimulating book club discussion! We’ll meet in the Mary Atwood Room to discuss The Murder Room by P.D. James. Print copies are available at Main Desk. Email Justin Liberti at for details!

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