Talk to a Realtor
Saturday, March 16 at 11 AM
Registration appreciated, but not required:  
Buying or selling your first home can be confusing and even stressful. Here is your chance to ask the questions you need the answers to. Melissa Ryan from Park Square Realty will give a brief presentation on the basic need-to -knows about buying and selling your home followed by a question and answer session. This program is funded by a grant from The Osterman Family Foundation

Spring String Art
Registration requiredTuesday, March 26 at 6:30 pm: 
Friday, March 29 at 11 am: 
Join us to hammer out your stress making art with nails and string! Visit the Library to see an example.

Growing A Summer Salad
Tuesday, April 2 at 6:30 pm
Registration appreciated, but not required:
Is there anything more refreshing in the summer than a homegrown salad? We'll give you the basics on lettuce, tomato, and cucumber growing. Join us for this fascinating presentation from Blackstone Valley Veggie Gardens.

Understanding Credit
Registration appreciated, but not required;
Tuesday, April 9 at 6 pm
Cletus Thomas from American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC), a nonprofit credit counseling agency, will present this workshop where consumers will learn about various personal finance topics including budgeting, credit and credit scores, banking and savings, retirement, insurance, taxes and more. We will offer this workshop twice, one geared toward teens at 4 pm and the other toward adults at 6 pm. These programs are funded by a grant from The Osterman Family Foundation.

Spring Card Making Workshop
Thursday, April 11 at 6:30 pm at UniBank Sutton North
Registration required: 
Come and join in the fun of creating greeting cards with professional paper artist Lisa Siciliano ( This workshop’s projects will celebrate fashion with some fun and versatile cards that feature clothes made from folded paper. All materials will be provided, but participants are asked to bring scissors. 

Reconstructing History & Genealogy: Mom's WWII Letters with Corinne H. Smith
Thursday, April 25 at 6:30 pm
Registration appreciated, but not required:
Corinne's discovery of more than 100 letters brought unexpected insights and connections. In
May 2017, she found her mother's stash of letters from 16 servicemen that she had corresponded with in 1944-1945. Most of the men were from her mother's hometown of Allentown, Pennsylvania, or from her college roommate's hometown of Trenton, New Jersey. Nearly all of the writers were now gone and could no longer offer information or explanations for what they had written. Corinne began to trace the soldiers' family trees with one goal in mind: to return the letters in person to their children. Learn about her on-going project, and hear some of the stories of the men, their  experiences, and what their relatives have to say today. This presentation links history and genealogy to presentday research and diligence. It revisits a time that we may not want to forget.
Healthy Bowls and Sauces
Thursday, May 2 at 6:30 pm
Interested in some new dinner ideas? One way to eat whole-food, plant-based meals is by making
bowl meals: combining a mix of healthy foods then pouring on a delicious sauce, and you’ll have healthy meals where everyone will be asking for seconds! In this class with Colin McCullough, we will talk about the bowl-building basics, and four great sauces that will make healthy food addicting!

Simple Steps to Conquering Clutter
Tuesday, May 7 at 6:30 pm
Registration appreciated, but not required:
Time is money, but how can we efficiently navigate our lives if they are a cluttered mess? Join us as Jenna Elliott, the founder of The Naked Flower: Professional Organizers, presents a workshop that will give you daily, weekly and monthly things you can do to help reduce clutter and increase efficiency.

Book Discussion Groups
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
Wednesday, March 20 at 11 am at the Senior Center
Thursday, March 21 at 6 pm at the Library

Love and Other Consolation Prizes by Jamie Ford
Wednesday, April 17 at 11 am at the Senior Center
Thursday, April 18 pm at 6 pm at the Library

Little Princes: One Man's Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal by Conor Grennan Wed., May 15 at 11 am at the Sutton Senior Center
Thursday, May 16 at 6 pm at the Library

One great title– two chances to discuss it each month! Book club books will be available at the desk of the Library after the previous book group.  Books for the Senior Center discussion are also available at the Senior Center. 

Bullet Journal Check In
​Registration appreciated, but not required
Saturday, April 27 at 11 am:
Tuesday, April 30 at 6:30 pm:
For adults and teens ages 13 and up
Join us to talk about how bullet journaling is going for you. Share and trade tips on what’s working and what isn’t. For anyone who took one of our Bullet Journaling Basics classes or who bullet journals on their own.

The Pollinator Garden
Thursday, May 23 at 6:30 pm
Registration appreciated, but not required:
Pollinators are the life blood for good plant production. We will explore ways to attract bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other beneficials to your garden. Join us for this fascinating presentation from Blackstone Valley Veggie Gardens.

Don’t Buy, DIY
Registration required for each date
Sugar Scrubs & Bath Bombs: Tues., March 19 at 6:30 pm;
Macramé Hanging Planters: Tues., April 23 at 6:30 pm: 
Squeaky Clean: Tuesday, May 21 at 6:30 pm:
Not everything is a budget buy, so to save a little cash, let's DIY! In each of these sessions we will be making fiscally responsible alternatives to products you already buy. These programs are funded by a grant from The Osterman Family Foundation.

Writing Group
Thursdays, March 14, April 11, and May 9 at 6 pm
Join local author Lisa Shea for a writing group at the Sutton Library. Come bounce your ideas off of other authors and get creative and constructive feedback.