If you are a Red Sox fan or just a plain old history buff, you should visit the Tewksbury Public Library this August. Every Wednesday for the entire month, the library will offer a discussion on the history of the Boston Red Sox… and admission if FREE. This upcoming week, Dick Johnson, Curator of the Sports Museum will be the featured guest. Johnson is an author and sports consultant. He wrote several highly successful Red Sox related books including “Red Sox Century” and “Ted Williams: A Portrait in Words and Picture”. WGBH TV, ESPN and the Museum of Science have all employed Johnson because of his vast knowledge about sports and baseball in particular.
Don’t hesitate on this one…Tewksbury Library officials expect a big turn out and strongly suggest advanced registration (seating is limited to 50).
The first discussion takes place at 6:30PM on August 4. You can register at the library’s Reference Desk or by calling 978-640-4490 ext 207.