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English NOW! Conversation Group

Robbins Library Community Room 700 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington

English NOW!, an Arlington-based group, offers English-language learners opportunities to practice their conversation skills, advance their knowledge of vocabulary and grammar, and make connections in the community.  Participants in these free conversation groups discuss varied subjects under the supervision of native speakers. Zoom conversation groups are also available. Email englishnowArlington@gmail.com for the Zoom links.  Zoom …

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Queer Book Group: “Lot” by Bryan Washington

Robbins Library 700 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington

The Queer Book Group will be discussing "Lot: Stories" by Bryan Washington. Lot is a collection of connected short stories about black and Latinx communities in Houston. While it has a memoir like feel, it is fiction.  Lot won a Lamdba literary award in 2020 for best gay fiction and you can read a review …

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Arlington’s Tree Committee: Past, Present and Future

Robbins Library Community Room 700 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington

Susan Stamps is an attorney, member of the Arlington Tree Committee, co-author of Arlington’s Tree Protection and Preservation Bylaw, and an Arlington Town Meeting member.  She will talk about the Tree Committee in this time of climate change – its history, our Tree Warden, current projects, challenges, and future plans.  Questions encouraged! Sponsored by the …

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