Come learn about cookbooks, cookbook collecting and cookbook lore with Chuck Williams, owner of the Eagle Trading Company in Assonet, MA. The Eagle Trading Company is a place where dreams come true for cookbook lovers with over 4,000 regional and ethnic cookbooks for sale.
Bring your favorite, oldest and oddest cookbook! Mr. Williams will speak from 6:00pm – 7:15pm and then will appraise cookbooks for interested attendees.
6:00pm : Doors Open
6:30pm: Italian Dinner – Sit Down at Tables in Auditorium
7:30pm: Showtime – Main Floor of the Library
This dinner and show is a fund raiser for the Dartmouth Library Foundation. Tickets: $30.00
Learn the details of the ghastly murders of five women from London in 1888. Meet the top suspects in the murders. The audience will have the opportunity to question each of the “suspects” and make their own conclusion as to who the real Jack the Ripper was.
An edutainment production, written by Fran Baron, the show will feature Joseph Zamparelli Jr., Lynne Moulton and Fran Baron. The Delvena Theatre Company was founded in 1992 and has performed at various venues, most often at the Boston Center for the Arts.
Please call 508-999-0726 x379 for tickets or more information. Tickets are available at Southworth and North Dartmouth Library.
Join us for a program for all ages and meet live owls. Marcia Wilson from Eyes on Owls will share the world of owls from a Harry Potter perspective as Halloween approaches.
Free and no RSVP required.