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Looking for help and advice in taking care of my dahlia plant.
The spring fundraiser is this weekend.
Nine children left their favorite stuffed animals in the trusted hands of librarians for a special sleepover at the Flint Memorial Library last week.
Adding to our garden in honor of Earth Day 2013.
The Friends of the Library's biggest fundraiser is in May. Book donations are needed!
Your stuffed animal can spend the night at the Flint Memorial Library April 16.
Robert B. Parker's widow, Joan Parker, visits the Flint Memorial Library as part of the town's tribute to the "Dean of American Crime Fiction" during North Reading Reads 2013.
Local author Laura Harrington visits the Flint Memorial Library.
Watch Chuck Hogan talk about writing The Town, the film and his vampire trilogy with Guillermo del Toro.
Spring gardens are starting to take shape in North Reading.
Don't forget you can also pick up some great book deals ...
Five Things to Do This Weekend
Thank you, Nicole! :)
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Earth Day Gardening (PHOTOS)
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I'll teach you, Uncle Jimmy. :) Your first cup is on me!
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