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Upcoming library schedule includes wolf program and basket raffles

Shrewsbury – The Friends of the Shrewsbury Public Library and The Friends of the Shrewsbury Senior Center, Inc. are sponsoring a special program called “Wolf Talk,” to be held Sunday April 11 at 2 p.m.

Because of the amount of interest in the program, it will be held at the Shrewsbury Senior Center.

Tickets for the talk, however, which are free and required for admission, still need to be picked up at the circulation desk at the Shrewsbury Public Library

“Wolf Talk,” will educate the audience on one of the most valued endangered species – and the lecture will come complete with a live wolf as part of the presentation.

Back by popular demand at the Shrewsbury Pubic Library is the Basket Raffle. Thi s edition of the Basket Raffl e will raise money for teen programs and services. Baskets to be raffled off will be located in the lobby of the library. Themes for this incarnation of the basket raffl e wil l include : Gardening; Young Adult Books; Beach Toys; Movie Watcher; The Biggest Loser (Dieting/ Exercise); Cooking; Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants; Avatar; and a very special mystery basket. The winner of this basket won’t know what they will be getting until their name is drawn — but rest assured, it will be a great prize.

The last time the basket raffle was held, more than $1,000 was raised. This time the goal has been increased to $1,2000.

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