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Breaking new ground in reading

Northborough large web iconNorthborough – This summer, the Northborough Free Public Library, 34 Main St., is launching “Groundbreaking Reads,” a new program for adult readers. Participants visit the website readsinma.org/northborough/, sign up for Groundbreaking Reads, choose a book, and then enter what they are reading. Participants are eligible to win the weekly raffle prize of gift certificates from local retailers just for sharing what they are reading. Registration begins Wednesday, June 19.

The library will host the following Groundbreaking Reads events:

–“A Murder in Wellesley,” Monday, July 8, at 6:30 p.m. in the library meeting room.

Meet author Tom Farmer and police detective Marty Foley as they discuss the 1999 murder case of May Greineder of Wellesley, in their book, “A Murder in Wellesley.”

–“Gravestone Girls,” Monday, Aug. 5 at 6 p.m. at the Howard Street Cemetery.  (Rain date is Tuesday, Aug. 6) Help “keep the dead alive” through a gravestone rubbing class. Registration is required for this event. Call 508-393-5025, ext. 5, or email reference@northboroughlibrary.org to register. You must be at least 16 years old to register for this workshop.

Groundbreaking Reads is generously supported by The Friends of the Northborough Free Library and sponsored by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the Boston Bruins.

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