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ABFN has once again adopted 2 families from the Acton Housing Authority to help bring holiday cheer to those in our community who need it most!
Both families provided wish lists which we have created a registry for; click "Wish Lists" link above to view.
If you do not wish to purchase through Amazon, other desired items include:
- Target, Marshalls, VISA, Dunkin Donus, Walmart and Amazon gift cards. (We recommend $20-$25 denominations)
- Girls Medium 8-10 comfortable clothes (8 yr old female)
- Boys Large 14-16 comfortable clothes (8 yr old male)
- Women Medium Tops (17 yr old female)
- Women Size 12 Bottoms (17 yr old female)
- Girls Size 10 clothes (8 yr old female)
- 5T Boys Clothes (3 yr old male)
All donations should be unwrapped and dropped off or set to deliver NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6th.
Drop off locations:
- 228 Liberty Square Rd, Boxborough (covered side porch)
- 8 Heather Hill Rd, Acton (covered front porch)
Thank you in advance for your generosity in helping make the holidays a little more cheerful for a local family!
Come to Barefoot Books in Concord for Story time, crafts and snacks. Stick around and shop for holiday presents for the family.
Ice House Pond Parking Lot
Trail Through Time Freeman Trail Parking
Let‘s get together for a nature walk and to collect the items to make Ice Sun Catchers. We will provide families with a few materials and instructions for how to make these at home.
Hello Members and book club enthusiasts!
Thank you for those who participated in the vote this month. The winner is "None of This is True" by Lisa Jewell.
In this compelling novel, Jewell weaves a masterful narrative that challenges our perceptions of truth, memory, and the stories we tell ourselves. As we delve into the lives of her intricately crafted characters, we find ourselves questioning the reliability of their perspectives and the authenticity of the tales they spin.
The story unfolds in a small, close-knit community, where secrets lie just beneath the surface, waiting to be unearthed. Jewell skillfully peels back the layers of her characters‘ lives, revealing hidden truths and unexpected connections that will leave you guessing until the very end.
"None of This is True" is more than just a mystery; it‘s a poignant exploration of the human condition, touching on themes of love, loss, and the enduring power of storytelling. As we navigate the twists and turns of the plot, let‘s ponder the ways in which our own perceptions and memories shape the narratives of our lives.
Prepare to be captivated by Lisa Jewell‘s prose, as she invites us to question what we think we know and invites us to unravel the threads of reality. So, grab a copy, find a cozy reading nook, and get ready for a thought-provoking discussion that will linger in your mind long after you‘ve turned the final page. Let the exploration of "None of This is True" begin!
Event is offered in person and remote.
ABFN Book Group