Find Your Voice through reading at Abbot Public Library this summer. Adult Services Librarian Rachael Meneades selected the following nonfiction titles to “highlight different ways to find your voice and to show unique experiences based on the various paths people...
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Find Your Voice through stories this summer with selections chosen by Teen Librarian Bianca Hezekiah who noted that she “wanted to pick a range of titles that focused on advocacy, whether about supporting others or standing up for yourself. It can be tough to speak up...
On May 1, 2023 at Town Meeting, I provided a short update on the Abbot Public Library renovations. The project has been moving forward with great progress and is nearly 20% complete. After the Override was approved in June 2021, we spent the next 15 months developing...
From February 10 through March 15, Abbot Public Library had been collecting pajama donations for babies, children, and teens to benefit the Department of Children and Families’ (DCF) Wonderfund and Cradles to Crayons as part of the 16th annual Boston Bruins PJ Drive,...
In June 2021, the Town of Marblehead overwhelmingly approved an $8.5 million override request to renovate and replace the failing infrastructure of the building at 235 Pleasant Street. An additional $1M from the Abbot Public Library Foundation, raised through private...
On Wednesday, February 15, Ainsley Smith, Marine Mammal Stranding Coordinator for NOAA Fisheries, shared her first-hand recap of Shoebert, the gray seal, and his adventures in Beverly last fall. Smith gave an overview of the seals you can find on the North Shore and...