The Library’s Conversation Circles are volunteer-led casual gatherings aimed at helping people improve their language skills by speaking and interacting with other learners. All Conversation Circles are free and open to the public. Contact Vickie Turcotte (978-256-5521 x1106) with questions about our Conversation Circles.
The Library also maintains a list of language-learning resources for Conversation Circle volunteers and members.
English Conversation Circles
There is an Beginner English Conversation Circle on Tuesday mornings at 9:30 am, and a more advanced Circle that meets weekly on Tuesdays from 1 pm – 3 pm. Both programs meet in the conference room on the lower level of the main library. Anyone interested in a beginner’s English Conversation Circle should contact Vickie Turcotte at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-256-5521 x1106.
French Conversation Circle
The French Conversation Circle usually meets every second Thursday of the month at 7 pm in the main library’s conference room on the lower level. This Circle is led by library volunteer MacLaren Harris, who sends out email updates to people interested in the French Circle. If you would like to be added to his list, please contact Vickie Turcotte at email@example.com
Did you know that the Library has a collection of French books that you can borrow with your library card? The French collection is located on the first floor, opposite the Fiction section.
View all of the French-Language materials (books, movies and more) available in the library’s catalog (NOTE: this link searches our entire catalog, so it might take a minute to complete).
Chinese Conversation Circle
This group has ended due to lack of participation. It can be re-started if there are people interested in attending, so let us know!
Did you know that the Library also has a collection of Chinese books that you can borrow with your library card? The Chinese collection is located on the first floor, opposite the Fiction section.
View all of the Chinese-language materials (books, movies and more) available in the library’s catalog (NOTE: this link searches our entire catalog, so it might take a minute to complete).