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  • Friday, July 13 9AM - Friday, September 21 5PM
    WGBH Youth Culinary Contest Overview
    Kids & Family, Food/Wine/Beer, WGBH Events
  • Thursday, July 19 | 2PM-3PM
    Host Edgar B. Herwick III of WGBH's "Curiosity Desk" looks at the editor's role in creating a great novel, including a look at famous phrases in the literary canon that have endured the test of time and concluding with a quiz for the audience. Join us live at WGBH Studio at the Boston Public Library or follow along on Facebook @WGBHBoston.
    Boston Public Library
  • Thursday, July 19 | 7PM-9PM
    Get your tickets for a special advance screening of Ted Williams: “The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived” the new documentary from public television’s award-winning biography series American Masters. Filmmaker Nick Davis will be on hand following the film, along with Williams biographer Ben Bradlee, Jr., to discuss the extraordinary life of the Red Sox legend.
    News, WGBH Events
  • Saturday, July 21 | 3PM-6PM
    Brian O’Donovan will be broadcasting A Celtic Sojourn live from the WGBH Studio at the Boston Public Library. Come see radio in the making, say hi to Brian in person, meet fellow fans of WGBH and Celtic music, enjoy the library’s Newsfeed Café and hear prerecorded and live Celtic performances.
    Music, Celtic, Boston Public Library, WGBH Events
  • Thursday, July 26 | 2PM-3PM
    How have romance novels and the literary expression of love changed over the last 200 years? In this Facebook Live, Susan Weaver Schopf, Professor of Literature at Harvard University, and Jackie Horn join host Callie Crossley, of WGBH's "Under the Radar with Callie Crossley," in examining how modern romance novels like Americanah, The Notebook and Twilight, compare to classic romance novels like Jane Eyre, Pride and Prejudice, and Wuthering Heights. Join us live at WGBH Studio at the Boston Public Library or follow along on Facebook @WGBHBoston.
    Boston Public Library
  • Wednesday, August 1 | 6PM-9PM
    Put your brain to the test with a night of challenges and craft beer at Springdale Barrel Room by Jack’s Abby Brewing! Form a team, and sign up for WGBH’s Brainiacs and Brews. It’s free to play, but you must sign up to reserve your spot.
    WGBH Events, Brainiacs and Brews
  • Wednesday, August 15 | 6PM-9PM
    Join WGBH at Down the Road Beer Co. for a night of craft beer and brainy challenges! Form a team and sign up for WGBH’s Brainiacs and Brews. It’s free to play, but you must sign up to reserve your spot.
    WGBH Events, Brainiacs and Brews
  • Thursday, August 23 | 2PM-3PM
    Audio books have made novels almost universally accessible, but what about the extended experience of loving books? The National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM) at WGBH has many examples of making movies based on books accessible, but they've also made things like fan websites, amusement park rides, etc. accessible too. For this Facebook Live, Donna Danielewski, Director of NCAM, explores how NCAM has made the experience of reading accessible to people of all abilities. Join us live at WGBH Studio at the Boston Public Library or follow along on Facebook @WGBHBoston.
    Boston Public Library
  • Thursday, August 30 | 2PM-3PM
    American Experience is an iconic WGBH television series that presents an absorbing look at the personalities, events and resources that have shaped America's past and present. In this Facebook Live, Senior Producer of American Experience Susan Bellows sits down with WGBH's Craig LeMoult to discuss how she chooses non-fiction books to turn into documentaries. Join us live at WGBH Studio at the Boston Public Library or follow along on Facebook @WGBHBoston.
    Boston Public Library
  • Sunday, September 30 12AM - Tuesday, October 9 11PM
    Travel the world with WGBH LearningTours on educationally rich, intimate excursions designed exclusively for members and friends of WGBH. Travel with us to experience
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