Dewey Decimal Day at the Shrewsbury Public Library

Local children's author April Jones Price shows Surya Yukha Alla, 5, and Anwithe Surya Alla, 2, how to make a craft project. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Caleb Choi, 2. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Floral Street Students David, 8, and his sister learn watercolors from Nancy Allen at the Library's Dewey Day. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Tinsmith Larry Leonard making a candle cup. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Ken Milley of Shrewsbury demonstrates chair making at the library. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Mother Goose, played by Marie Murphy, read to children at the library. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Bonnie Broders talks about quilting. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Joyce Danielson demonstrates flower arranging as Shrewsbury resident Adeline Bujnowski looks on. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Nancy Gilbert from Tufts Paws for People with Willow, a dog children can read to at the library. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
From right, Debbie Alger with residents William Prince, 4, and Charlie Prince, 6. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Gail Aslanian of Shrewsbury demonstrates basket weaving. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
David Moise talks about old time radio. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Rob McKenzie and Marilyn O'Brien talk about genealogy. Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
Attendees were able to share what they "geek." Photo Credit: Lindsay Corcoran
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SHREWSBURY, Mass. – Over 400 residents explored the Shrewsbury Public Library on Sunday during their Dewey Decimal Day, where locals showed off their "geek," whatever they have passion for.

The "geeks" presented on a variety of subjects and were scattered throughout the library according to the Dewey Decimal System.

Library Director Ellen Dolan said residents were steadily streaming into the library on Sunday to check out all of the presentations.

"People are spending a lot of time at the different tables," Dolan said. "A variety of different people have come in ...
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