October events at the Hudson Public Library


Hudson – The Hudson Public Library, 3 Washington St., will hold three drop-in events in October.

“Bluegrass, Newgrass, Old-Time, and Americana Music with Craig Harris” will be held Saturday, Oct 13, at 2 p.m.

“Living Well: Tools for Cultivating Well-Being in Our Every Day Lives” will be presented Saturday, Oct. 20, at 2 p.m. Clinical psychologist and author Dr. Beth Kurland will discuss common obstacles to well-being, and shares tools that can help overcome obstacles and live your fullest life. Through talk and experiential exercises, Kurland will teach you how mindfulness and other tools can help you cultivate resilience, reduce stress, and create well-being in your daily life.

On Monday, Oct. 29, “Mysterious Massachusetts” with Sarah Hodge-Wetherbe will be presented at 6:30 p.m. Every state has its ghost stories, but no other state has the Dover Demon or the Salem Witch Trials. From seaside ghosts to UFOs over the Berkshires, Massachusetts has a rich history of paranormal legend, odd events, and strange denizens. In this workshop, we have a look at some of the most famous of Massachusetts paranormal history.

For information on any of these programs, call 978-568-9644.