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It’s Day Two of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), and we hope all participants (a.k.a. WriMos) are feeling confident! We hope you’ll come to one of our seven remaining Write Ins throughout the month. And the Robbins Library isn’t the only library hosting Write Ins – here’s a nifty calendar of all the libraries in the Minuteman network that are hosting Write Ins or other NaNoWriMo events:

Google calendar of NaNoWriMo events

List of NaNoWriMo events by date:

Tuesday, November 1
Write In, Robbins Library, Arlington, 6-9pm
Write In, Medford Public Library, 6-9pm (coffee provided!)
Wednesday, November 2
Write In, Dedham Public Library, 7-9pm
Write In, Newton Free Library, 7-8:30pm
Thursday, November 3
Write In, Morse Institute Library (Natick) 6-8pm
Write In, Framingham Public Library, 6-7:30pm
Saturday, November 5
Arlington Book Festival, Robbins Library, 9:45am-4:30pm
Kickoff Workshop: Increasing Your Writing Proficiency, with YA/sci-fi writer Jeremy Flagg, Wayland Public Library, 10:30am-12pm, followed by a Write In, 12-5pm
Write In, Waltham Public Library, 2-3:30pm
Author Insights: Max Gladstone on scene composition, Cambridge Public library, 2-2:30pm
Tuesday, November 8
Write In, Robbins Library, Arlington, 6-9pm
Write In, Medford Public Library, 6-9pm (coffee provided!)
Write In, Wayland Public Library, 6-9pm
Wednesday, November 9
Write In, Dedham Public Library, 7-9pm
Write In, Newton Free Library, 7-8:30pm
Saturday, November 12
Write In, Robbins Library, Arlington, 10am-1pm
Write In, Morse Institute Library (Natick), 2-4pm
Author Insights: Jennifer Haigh (Heat and Light), Cambridge Public library, 2-2:30pm
Sunday, November 13
Write In, Waltham Public Library, 2-3:30pm
Tuesday, November 15
Write In, Robbins Library, Arlington, 6-9pm
Write In, Medford Public Library, 6-9pm (coffee provided!)
Wednesday, November 16
Writers’ Night Raid and Write In, Dedham Public Library, 7-9pm (food & music, sign up on website)
Write In, Newton Free Library, 7-8:30pm
Thursday, November 17
Write In, Morse Institute Library (Natick) 6-8pm
Saturday, November 19
Write In, Framingham Public Library, 10am-3pm
Write In, Robbins Library, Arlington, 10am-1pm
Author Insights: Michelle Hoover, Cambridge
Public Library, 2-2:30pm
Sunday, November 20
Write In, Waltham Public Library, 2-3:30pm
Tuesday, November 22
Write In, Robbins Library, Arlington, 6-9pm
Write In, Medford Public Library, 6-9pm (coffee provided!)
Write In, Wayland Public Library, 6-9pm
Wednesday, November 23
Write In, Newton Free Library, 7-8:30pm
Saturday, November 26
Write In, Robbins Library, Arlington, 10am-1pm
Tuesday, November 29
Write In, Robbins Library, Arlington, 6-9pm
Write In, Medford Public Library, 6-9pm (coffee provided!)
Wednesday, November 30 – Last Day of NaNoWriMo!
Write In, Dedham Public Library, 7-9pm
Write In, Newton Free Library, 7-8:30pm

Library locations & phone numbers

Robbins Library, 700 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington (781) 316-3200
Cambridge Public library, 449 Broadway, Cambridge (617) 349-4040
Dedham Public Library, 43 Church St, Dedham (781) 751-9284
Framingham Public Library, 49 Lexington St, Framingham (508) 532-5570
Medford Public Library, 111 High Street, Medford (781) 395-7950
Morse Institute Library, 14 E Central St, Natick (508) 647-6520
Newton Free Library, 330 Homer St, Newton (617) 796-1360
Waltham Public Library, 735 Main St, Waltham (781) 314-3425
Wayland Public Library, 5 Concord Rd, Wayland (508) 358-2311

Good luck, and happy writing!

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