March 18, 2015
Tuesday March 24 7:30
Jeffrey Bartholet, former Washington editor for Newsweek, will speak about his experiences as a foreign correspondent in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan.
Please come, and please stay for the annual meeting of the Friends of the Library. We need our Friends (as do all public libraries).
March 16, 2015
Snow Day Nostalgia
Our most recent snow day? Just 10 days ago.
March 14, 2015
Traveling Through Time
Our new MOOC begins March 15th. at 12:30. From now until the middle of May we will be reading bits of various works of historical fiction and considering the ways in which authors turn primary sources into adventures.
You may watch the video lectures during the week, whenever you find it convenient. We won't be upset if you skip some or all of the lectures or readings, we are doing this for fun, not credit. No tests. No shame. Lots of coffee.
If interested, please sign up at our library site as well as at coursera.org
This first week we will talk about early historical novels such as Waverley and The Recess. The latter is about twin, bastard daughters of Mary Queen of Scots who are being hidden in a secret, underground location and ....
March 09, 2015
March 05, 2015
And Another Snow Day!
Closed today, March 5th 2015.
Matt de la Peña's program is canceled. We will try to reschedule.
February 26, 2015
Thursday February 26: Due to snow, the library will open at 10:30 today, one half hour later than usual.
The computer rooms will open at 12 noon,
February 21, 2015
Another Snow Day!
Update: We will be open our normal Sunday hours, noon until 5.
We closed early on Saturday because of the snow.
On Sunday we have three programs.
We have MOOC movie talks scheduled for 12:30 (Ghost Ship and Scarface)
and 1:30 (The Trail of the Lonesome Pine)
At 2 PM a children's program, Teddy Bear Picnic