Kindness is basic to humanity but with the preponderance of uncivil behavior we’re seeing today, it seems we’ve forgotten how to be kind. That’s why the Tri-Town libraries and schools are collaborating this fall with the “Growing the Good” program. We’re looking back at Fred Rogers who was the epitome of kindness. And we’ll be re-learning how to be kind to ourselves as well as others.
Put a leaf on the Kindness Tree! Let us know how you are kind to yourself and others.
Movie Viewing: Saturday October 5, 2 pm – Won’t You Be Me Neighbor: A Little Kindness Makes a World of Difference – An exploration of the life, lessons, and legacy of Fred Rogers.
Book Discussion: Thursday October 17, 7pm – Radical Kindness: The Life Giving Power of Giving and Receiving by Angela Santamero
Featured Speaker: Lynn Lyons, Thursday October 3, 7 – 9 pm Let’s Get Ahead of This Thing: A Hope-Full Paradigm for Supporting Our Children: Essential Lessons From Mr. Rogers and the Neighborhood He Created. Masconomet Regional Auditorium.