Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Reading and Discussion Series

He's back by popular demand...
Scholar-facilitator extraordinaire
Joe O'Toole
will lead a series of book discussions on the theme
American Noir: Crime Novels from the 1930s to the 1950s

One Thursday evening October through March at 6:30pm
  • October 2:  Introduction and Meet & Greet
  • November 13:  The Postman Always Rings Twice (James M. Cain)
  • December 11: They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (Horace McCoy)
  • January 8: The Big Clock (Kenneth Fearing & Nicholas Christopher)
  • February 12: Nightmare Alley (William Lindsay Gresham)
  • March 19: The Talented Mr. Ripley (Patricia Highsmith) 
Registration required - stop in or call to sign up.  The library provides the books, and you get to keep them.
This series made possible by a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities.

Friday, September 5, 2014

Raffle winner drawn

The winner of the picnic basket raffle is
Molly Tornow-Coffee
Congratulations!
(and thank you to everyone who supported the library by taking a chance on the basket)

Monday, August 25, 2014

Calling all crafters and artists!

If you are a creative sort, please consider donating a craft or a piece of your artwork for the library's

Second Annual
Local Artisan Silent Auction

The auction will be October 18, but please bring donations in by mid-September so they can be out on display and up for bid leading up to the auction.

Craft Night for Grownups

The project for craft night for grownups with Becky this month is this fabulous bracelet & earrings set.
Thursday
September 25
6:00pm
Registration is required.
$4 supply fee.
Hope you can come!

Monday, June 23, 2014

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Cookbook Club

Every second Monday at 2 PM 
October 6

Each month will feature a new type of cookbook. October's theme is: Casserole/Crockpot
  • Borrow a cookbook
  • Try out a new recipe from the book
  • Take a picture of your process or of the food to show us
  • Come tell us about it (or bring some samples!)
 Registration is preferred. Stop in or call the library today to save a spot and grab a cookbook.