"No Picture Could Be More Lovely": Ada Shepard with the Hawthornes in Florence, 1858 -The forthcoming exhibition features the sketchbooks and letters of Ada Shepard, a well-educated, perceptive young woman who served as governess to the children of Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne while they were in Europe between 1857 and 1859, with the focus on the family's sojourn in Florence in 1858. [Read More]
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The Concord Free Public Library offers the use of an Ultimaker 2+ 3D printer to library patrons. The printer is located at the Main Library and available to the public to make three dimensional objects in plastic using a 3D design software program. Click here to read more about the 3D print service.