Here are the photos from the Friends Baroque piano and cello concert that was part of the Friends Sunday Afternoons at Goodnow Cultural Series. Despite the rainy weather, a capacity crowd enjoyed the performance by cellist Nick Dinnerstein and pianist Paul Jacobs. The next program in the series will be a jazz concert by the Diana Mascari Jazz Quartet in January.
Pianist Paul Jacobs and Cellist Nick Dinnerstein perform at a concert sponsored by the Friends of the Goodnow Library
Maine’s mystery maven Roxie Zwicker of New England Curiosities took
audience members on a virtual road trip along the strange highways and
byways of New England. Her presentation offered a variety of spirited
adventures that you can take. The audience discovered secrets,
mysterious places, curious architecture, and active haunts to explore that
will prompt them to start their own travels.
The Friends of the Goodnow Library were among more than 45 Sudbury nonprofits, community organizations, and town departments who exhibited at the very well attended Community Fair on Saturday, September 21, 2019, at the Goodnow Library. The goal of the Community Fair was to shine a light on organizations that are "doing good" in Sudbury and who need more support and participation from the community. Pictured at the Friends of Goodnow table are left to right Alice Levine, Pat Scott, Jo Travers, and Barbara Cook.
You can help keep our library vibrant by volunteering your time and talent.
Volunteers help with activities like planning programs, organizing book sales, and maintaining the library’s entry gardens.