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Ghosts of the Southcoast!
Tuesday, October 20th at 6:00
From the spirits of British loyalists in Wareham's Fearing Tavern to the ghastly goings-on at the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Fall River, this talk will examine some of the SouthCoast's most infamous ghost stories. It is also an in-depth look at the region's history and how it relates to its haunts, including a discussion on King Philip's War.
What strangeness lies in the shady woods and along the haunted shorelines of the SouthCoast? Tim Weisberg takes you on a weird journey exploring both the history and the haunts of the Ghosts of the SouthCoast. From the days of King Philip's War to the modern-day Bridgewater Triangle, there's a spooky shadow across our little corner of southeastern Massachusetts and Tim will discuss it all. He'll also bring along some of the tools of the trade to allow for some ghost hunting right in our library!
Tim Weisberg is the host and executive producer of "Spooky Southcoast," one of the world's most popular paranormal talk radio shows. He also work as the writer/researcher for Ghost Stalkers and as an associate producer/researcher for Ghost Asylum, both airing on the Destination America television network. Tim is also the author of Ghosts of the SouthCoast and Haunted Objects: Stories of Ghosts on Your Shelf. In addition, he has been featured on numerous television programs, including Ghost Adventures (Travel Channel), My Ghost Story (Bio Channel), New England Legends (PBS) MonsterQuest (History Channel) and Conversations With a Serial Killer (Living TV/UK). Tim is the co-own a successful paranormal events company called Legend Trips.
This Program is sponsored by the Friends of the LIbrary and is FREE and open to the public.
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Commemorative Brick Walkway
Say it in Stone!
The Lakeville Library is continuing with the brick walkway fundraiser, giving everyone a chance to put a lasting piece of themselves into our community and lets you "Say it in Stone."
Now you can dedicate a brick to anything you want to celebrate, even if you just want to tell the world you love to read!
Brick order forms will be available at the Lakeville Public Library's circulation desk or Click Here.
Each brick is $75 and may have up to 3 lines with 16 characters per line. Orders will be accepted on an on-going basis but bricks will be ordered in batches of 5. Bricks received will be displayed in the reading alcove and installed in the Spring.
The Lakeville Public Library uses the funds from the commemorative bricks for various projects around the library building and grounds. As well as providing a legacy, your contribution will help your library. Contact email@example.com with any questions.