Here are some upcoming events
Upcoming! - Monday, October 29th - Louise Miller and her new book The Late Bloomers Club at Stoneham Library, 7 pm. Louise was a huge hit with her last book The City Baker's Guide to Country Living, so you won't want to miss this one!
July 19th, 7p.m. - Stoneham Author Ben Jacques, In Graves Unmarked; Slavery and Abolition in Stoneham Massachusetts. Ben offers and informative, eye-opening trip into the buried history of slavery in Stoneham. Please visit our Facebook event and let us know you'll be attending.
June 16th, 2018
The Book Oasis has just won the "We Love Bookstores" prize from Sisters in Crime! Local mystery author Edith Maxwell will hold a meet & greet about her writing and the road to getting published on June 16th at 11 am.
January 23rd 2018- At Tewksbury Library, 7pm. Spy Schools: How the CIA, FBI, and Foreign Intelligence Secretly Exploit America's Universities, by Daniel Golden. A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist exposes how academia has become the center of foreign and domestic espionage--and why that is troubling news for the nation's security. We will provide books for purchase and signing.
November 2nd - At Tewksbury Library, 7pm. The Palatine Wreck; The Legend of the New England Ghost Ship, by Jill Farinelli. Two days after Christmas in 1738, a British merchant ship traveling from Rotterdam to Philadelphia grounded in a blizzard on the northern tip of Block Island, twelve miles off the Rhode Island coast. The ship carried emigrants from the Palatinate and its neighboring territories in what is now southwest Germany. The 105 passengers and crew on board--sick, frozen, and starving--were all that remained of the 340 men, women, and children who had left their homeland the previous spring. They now found themselves castaways, on the verge of death, and at the mercy of a community of strangers whose language they did not speak. We will provide books for purchase and signing.
October 28th (Saturday) - The Golden Age of Boston Television by Terry Ann Knopf. There are some two hundred TV markets in the country, but only one--Boston, Massachusetts--hosted a Golden Age of local programming. In this lively insider account, Terry Ann Knopf chronicles the development of Boston television, from its origins in the 1970s through its decline in the early 1990s. During TV's heyday, not only was Boston the nation's leader in locally produced news, programming, and public affairs, but it also became a model for other local stations around the country. Tewksbury Library, 2pm, reservations recommended. (978) 640-4490
October 17th - Stephen Puleo at Tewksbury Public Library, 7pm to discuss is latest book American Treasures; The Secret Efforts to Save the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Gettysburg Address. Couldn't be more important in today's political climate.