Wednesday, September 9, 2015


"By all these lovely tokens
September days are here,
With summer’s best of weather
And autumn’s best of cheer."
-   Helen Hunt Jackson, September, 1830-1885 

September days are here, and as you may have noticed, we have switched to winter hours. Which means, you have more chances to come by the library and check out our books! 

Some of the things that will be happening at the Library this month:

- Saturday September 12th at 8am: Marble's annual giveaway will be happening at the Community Center

-Wednesday September 16th at 6 pm: Movie Night we are bringing out the big screen and the popcorn to show "Home" and as usual, the event is free and we will have Popcorn in abundance.

-Tuesday September 22nd at 4 pm: Tween and Teen (Cr)afternoon: We will have a Spa Day and make Fizzy Bombs and a Body Scrub to pamper yourself after a stressful day at school!

-Wednesday September 30th at 3:30: Story-hour with Alicia is starting up again! Join Alicia as she reads stories and has art project ready for the kids! Program is for Kindergarten through 4th grade.

- Wednesday September 30th at 6 :30 pm: Book-club: Join us for a lively discussion of "Tell the Wolves I'm Home" by Carol Rifka Brunt, as usual we have extra copies of the book available, so if you thought about joining before, just come on over and pick up a copy.

-Wednesday October 7th at 4pm: Firefighters and Firetrucks: The Greenway Fire Department will be at the Library with their Firetrucks and their gear for a demonstration. This program is perfect for all kids that love Firetrucks and Firemen and/or want to find out more about them. 

- Wednesday October 7th at 6 pm: Cooking at the library is back and we will enjoy Jaegerschnitzel (Schnitzel with mushroom sauce), Spaetzle (homemade noodles) and a typical German Salad! Cost is $15 and payment must be received by 9/30/2015 to be registered. Limited to 20 people.

New books coming out this month are: "Eve" by W. M. Young, "The Spleeper and the Spindle" by Neil Gaimann, "Shadow Play" by Iris Johannsen, "Make me" by Lee Child and last but not least: "Trigger Mortis" by Anthony Horrowitz. Horrowitz has been asked to write a James Bond novel by the Ian Fleming Estate. What's especially exciting here is that his book includes original material by Fleming freshly discovered in the archives. Expect to be shaken, not stirred. - Source: Library Journal. 

I know some of you have asked about it and so I wanted to make sure to let you know that the new Nicholas Spark book: "See me"  is coming out on 10/13/2015 and we will have it available for check out that day. So stop by to be put on the request list.


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