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American Nations: History of the 11 Rival Cultures - Book Discussion
Colin Woodard takes readers on a journey through the history of this fractured continent and the rivalries and alliances among its component nations, which conform to neither state nor international boundaries. He illustrates and explains why "American" values vary sharply from one region to another. Copies of the book will be available for loan at the circulation desk in late September. Acton Memorial Library; free.

When: Oct 23, 2017 7pm in Acton, MA

"Perfect Bites" for Holiday Entertaining with Mill City Cheese Mongers

" "Perfect Bites" with Local Cheese for Holiday Entertaining - with Beth Falk of Mill City Cheesemongers The Fall and Winter holiday seasons are full of opportunities to share food with people you love. Learn how to create simple, eye-catching, and delicious bites with local cheese and accompaniments. The class will taste cheeses with a variety of pairings and then design some of their own "perfect bites" using both sweet and savory ingredients. We will be sure to include at least a few different ideas for melted cheese bites with raclette and fondue as well as some not-so-common dessert bites!  On the Menu: A dried pear topped with creamy blue cheese and drizzled with honey apple vinegar and roasted garlic olive oil, Potato crisps topped with melted Gruyere, crispy pancetta and roasted peaches, White chocolate and Castelvetrano olive bark with bloomy rind goat cheese and figs, Sesame brittle with aged sheep's milk cheese, orange marmalade and strips of roasted nori.   Date of class:   Tuesday, October 24, 2017| 6:30-8:30pm Cost:                $75 each student Beth Falk is the executive director of the MA Cheese Guild and the owner of Mill City Cheesemongers, a specialty cheese shop at Mill No. 5 in Lowell, MA. Her cheese platters have been featured in local and national media. www.millcitycheese.com Cancellation policy: We understand that plans change, and things come up.  We offer a full refund if class registration is cancelled up to 2 days prior to class.  If cancelled within 48 hours of class, your refund, less a $25 fee, will be returned in the form of original payment.   

When: Oct 24, 2017 6:30PM in Acton, MA

Holiday Hors d’Oeuvres With Mark Valentine

Holiday Hors d’Oeuvres -with Mark Valentine Hors d’Oeuvres for holiday parties are delicious, and fun to make.  Learn to make a selection of hors d’Oeuvres perfect for the holidays, or any time of year. Chef Valentine will share recipes for Lobster Wontons, Prosciutto-fig grilled canapes, Garlic Shrimp, Fresh Veggie Spring Rolls, and a modern take on Beef Wellington.  Chef Mark Valentine:  personal chef, party planner, cooking instructor, and caterer. Date of class:   Wednesday, October 25, 2017| 6:30-8:30pm Cost:                $75 each student Mark Valentine is a personal chef in the Metrowest area. Mark combines his classical French culinary training with Asian and Southwestern influences to create a cuisine that is uniquely American and distinctly his own. E-mail markscooking@verizon.net. Cancellation policy: We understand that plans change, and things come up. We offer a full refund if class registration is cancelled up to 2 days prior to class. If cancelled within 48 hours of class, your refund, less a $25 fee, will be returned in the form of original payment.

When: Oct 25, 2017 6:30PM in Acton, MA

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About Acton, MA
The suburban town of Acton was founded in 1735 and is located in the Middlesex County which is northwest of Boston. Although a small community Acton has retained its rural New England qualities despite the population more than tripling in the past thirty years.

Visitors can take advantage of the various historic sites in Acton such as the preserved Hosmer and Faulkner Houses and the Orchard House - a Fruitlands Museum. You will find a traditional town center with historic architecture and stone walls as well as the Walden and the Minuteman National Historical Park.

The town also includes a wide verity of beautiful and carefully maintained Conservation Lands that attract countless people during the year along with encompass over 1650 acres of protected territory. All together there are 21 Conservation areas including the locations in Acton.

Acton offers a large list of services to its residents that include an active town government with a nationally accredited police department and a full time fire department. The local district school system has been ranked among the top in the state.