Here's the latest from the Sherborn Library.

The Sherborn Library is at 3 Sanger St. (Sherborn Community Center) while the library is undergoing renovations. For information or to register, call 508-653-0770, or visit http://library.sherbornma.org

Adult Programs

Mah Jongg Mondays: Our Mah Jongg players are welcoming and inclusive. Novices will receive very relaxed instruction from players who are happy to share their knowledge. The club meets on Mondays at noon or 1 p.m. — your choice.

Photographing Family in the History of Photographs, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 6:30 p.m.: In this presentation, we will cover the ways in which photographers have made pictures of family and their domestic sphere through the history of the medium from Julia Margaret Cameron to Alfred Steiglitz and the photo-sessionist photographers to mid-20th century masters such as Harry Callahan and Emmet Gowin. We will give extra attention to the photographers who influenced Sally Mann and to several women photographers who have been overlooked in the history books. We will conclude with a look at contemporary photographers who have utilized color as a means of expressing the emotional connections in our most intimate relationships.

Sally Mann’s photography exhibit, “A Thousand Crossings,” is currently on display at the Peabody Essex Museum until Sept. 23. The library has discounted passes to the PEM. Register online at sherbornlibrary.org.

Books, Brews & Bites Meet-Up, Thursday, Sept. 27, 7 p.m.: Join us for a fun book discussion at the Heritage of Sherborn. Stop by the library to pick up a copy of “Stranger in the Woods” by Michael Finkel, the true story of a man who lived alone in a tent in the Maine woods, never talking to another person and surviving by stealing supplies from nearby cabins for 27 years. Join us for a book discussion over pizza and appetizers. Food is generously provided by the Friends of the Sherborn Library. 21 and older only. Register online at sherbornlibrary.org.

Admissions 101: Secrets of College Admissions, Tuesday, Sept. 25, 7 p.m.: Abby Van Geldern of Collegewise in Newton will give you straight answers that separate college admissions fact from fiction so you can enjoy the college process a little more. She will discuss grades, test scores, activities and everything else colleges evaluate. Find out what college admission committees really look for and how they ultimately decide who get in.

Libraries Rock! summer reading certificates

Children who participated in the Libraries Rock! summer reading program can pick up their reading certificates for reaching their reading goals.

Children’s Programs

Storytime Fridays, Sept. 21 and 28, 10:30 a.m.: Stories, songs, fingerplays and simple crafts.

Dads & Donuts storytime on Saturday, Sept. 22, 10:30 a.m.: Dads (or moms or grandparents, etc.) are invited to storytime followed by doughnuts and coffee. Recommended for children age 2 and up. There will be stories, simple songs and crafts.

Deb Hudgins Sing & Swing Fabulous Fall, Thursday, Sept. 27, 10:30 a.m.: Young children will enjoy singing, dancing, movement, music and stories. Have fun with a variety of rhythm instrument, scarves, a parachute and more.

The Friends of the Sherborn Library have generously funded this program. Event facilities have been provided by the Sherborn Community Center Foundation. The SCC is available for private functions.