Category Archives: Adult Services
Vegetable Gardening 101
Cooking & Gardening with Herbs, Chef Liz Barbour of The Creative Feast
Thursday, April 29, 2021 – 6:30 PM
Virtual Cooking Demonstration on Zoom
Chef and gardener Liz Barbour of The Creative Feast has created an edible landscape to surround her circa 1744 New Hampshire village home. Join us for a slideshow tour through her edible gardens and see how she has introduced a variety of herbs to blend beautifully and deliciously into the landscape.
Herbs enhance a recipe far beyond what a sprinkling of salt and pepper can do. They add flavor, color, and give recipes their cultural identity. Following her slide presentation, Liz will welcome us into her studio kitchen to demonstrate 2 delicious recipes featuring herbal combinations!
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A LIVE ONLINE PROGRAM THAT WILL TAKE PLACE VIA ZOOM.
To register for this class, follow the link HERE.
Following registration, you will receive a one-time login/password for the class. Registrants DO NOT need a Zoom account nor do they need to create an account.
Joining via computer: You can simply click on the link provided in the confirmation email.
Joining via smartphone or tablet: You may need to download the Zoom Cloud Meetings application. The application is free and does not require that you create an account.
About Liz: Chef Liz Barbour, owner of The Creative Feast has been cooking professionally in the Boston area throughout her career. Liz’s cooking demonstrations and recipes have been featured on New Hampshire Chronicle, Channel 9’s “Cooks Corner” and in various publications including New Hampshire Magazine and New Hampshire Home. In 2017, Liz published her first cookbook “Beautifully Delicious: Cooking with Herbs & Edible Flowers”. Learn more about Liz HERE. Follow Liz on FACEBOOK to see her Facebook Live cooking demonstrations.
The Adventures of a 70 Year Old Veteran Walking Across America
The Melrose Public Library and Melrose Veterans’ Services are excited to share one veteran’s story of making a difference for others as we near Memorial Day.
U.S. Air Force veteran William Shuttleworth started a national conversation when he walked from Newburyport, MA to the Vandenberg Air Force base in San Diego, CA in 2019. Walking for 109 days and 3,000 miles, he made this trek to bring attention to veteran’s issues such as housing and healthcare. His walk may be over, but his desire to help fellow veterans has not waned. William will share stories and pictures about the experiences he had and the people he met along his walk. To learn more about William, visit his website.
This event will be held through the remote conferencing platform, Zoom. Please register online by Wednesday, May 26. Registrants will receive a link to access the Zoom meeting via email the morning of the event.
What is your life like during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Is there a memory, story, or other experience you would like to share?
Your response will help the Melrose Historical Commission and Melrose Public Library tell future generations about how the historic COVID-19 pandemic affected the Melrose community.
How you decide to share your story is up to you. Use the downloadable submission forms below or Google form to submit your memory.
You can also obtain blank forms and drop off hard copies at the Melrose Public Library. For questions, please contact email@example.com.
- Institute of Contemporary Art
- Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
- Museum of Fine Arts
- New England Aquarium
- Trustees of the Reservations
- Zoo New England
Stay tuned… other venues will be added to the list as they become available.
Don’t have a specific title in mind but want a good book to read or movie to watch? Try one of our browsing bags! Click on a link below, fill out the corresponding form, and staff will create a browsing bag of 5 titles for you.
Children’s Browsing Bag – infant to 5th grade
Teen Browsing Bag – 6th to 12th grade
When you receive notification that your items are ready for pickup, give us a call at 781-665-2313 to arrange a Front Door Pickup.
Please note that our services are in high demand and in-house staffing limited, so we may not be able to process your request immediately. Your patience is appreciated!
NOTE: we are unable to access your previous selections, so feel free to let us know if you want to make sure you do not receive a duplicate item!
Additional questions? Please contact the library via email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone, 781-665-2313.