This Week At The Library (January 26-31)

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Tuesday, January 27

Children’s Programs

Preschool Story Time at 10:30 am: Join us for stories, music, movement and fun! Each session will be followed by a play time or fun activity! Register at 330-745-6126 to join the fun!

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School Age Programs

Snow Globes at 4 pm: Come build your own personal snow globe with us. We’ll bring the supplies you bring the enthusiasm.

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Thursday, January 29

Adult Programs

Baby It’s Cold Outside Coffee Breaks at 10:30 am: Come in from the cold and warm up with some coffee on us. Read the newspaper or a magazine, peruse our book displays and forget about the weather for a while.

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Saturday, January 31

Adult Programs

Mosaic Bottles Art 2 at 1 pm: Join Leona Bowser from Don Strumm Studios to complete the beautiful work of art that you began the week before. This class is part 2 to grout and clean your artwork. Attendance at Part 1 is required

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Jim’s Weekly Patron Picks

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Stop in the library this week to check out some new books!  Jeffrey Archer has a new Clifton Chronicles book titled, “Mightier than the Sword”, Jennifer Robson just released her second novel, a historical fiction piece called “After the War is Over”, while John Ringo has a new Black Tide Rising book out titled, “Strands of Sorrow.  We also have some interesting new non-fiction titles including “The Setup: A True Story of Dirty Cops, Soccer Moms, and Reality TV” by Pete Crooks and “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind” by Yuval Noah Harari. Place one on hold today!

 

Red hot liarMightier than the swordObsession in deathThe nightingaleAfter the war is overPlain killingStrands of sorrowThe setup, a true story of dirty cops, soccer moms, and reality tvSapiens, a brief history of humankind

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This Week At The Library (January 19-24)

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Tuesday January 20th

Children’s Programs

Preschool Story Time at 10:30 am: Join us for stories, music, movement and fun! Each session will be followed by a play time or fun activity. Register at 330-745-6126 to join the fun!

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Thursday January 22nd

Adult Programs

Baby It’s Cold Outside Coffee Breaks at 10:30 am: Come in from the cold and warm up with some coffee on us. Read the newspaper or a magazine, peruse our book displays, and forget about the weather for a while.

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Saturday January 24th

Adult Programs

Mosaic Bottle Art 1 at 1 pm: Join Leona Bowser from Don Drumm Studios to transform a used bottle into a work of art using glass mosaics. This class is Part 1 to create and place your design. Part 2 will be scheduled for the following week. Please register at 330-745-6126 as spaces are limited.

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Jim’s Weekly Patron Picks

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We’ve got a new wave of mysteries for you to check out this week!  Joel Rosenberg released his new military thriller, “The Third Target”, the New York Times bestselling author, P. J. Brackston has a new book titled, “Gretel and the Case of the Missing Prints: A Brothers Grimm novel”, and your favorite mystery author of all time, M. C. Beaton finished a new Hamish Macbeth book called, “Death of a Liar”.  Click on one of the books below to place a hold today!

 

Wifey's next deadly hustleGolden sonRevenantNYPD red 3The third targetGretel and the case of the missing frog printsDeath of a liarThe insect cookbook

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This Week At The Library (January 12-17)

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Tuesday, January 13th

Children’s Programs

Preschool Story Time at 10:30 am: Join us for stories, music, movement, and fun! Each session will be followed by a play time or fun activity.

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School Age Programs

Winter Crafts at 4 pm

 Thursday, January 15th

Baby It’s Cold Outside Coffee Breaks at 10:30 am: Come in from the cold and warm up with some coffee on us. Read the newspaper or a magazine, peruse our book displays and forget about the weather for a while.

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Book Club on the Go!

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Like trying new books, but don’t have time for group discussions?  No worries, now you can get the best of both worlds!

Stop on in and pick up a new book every 2nd Monday of the month.  You’ll also receive a flyer containing book discussion questions, background information on the author, as well as a listing of read-a-like authors and books that you can look through all on your own time!

The Perfect Witness

Come on in starting January 12th to pick up Iris Johansen’sThe Perfect Witness”!

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Jim’s Weekly Patron Picks

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We have a diverse set of book genres for you to check out this week!  We have a new copy of Wahida Clark’s romance novel, “Thug Lovin’” and the newly released Cole and Hitch western titled, “Robert B. Parker’s The Bridge” by Robert Knott. We also have some new non-fiction items including “Chase your Shadow: The Trials of Oscar Pistorius”, an intriguing drama by John Carlin, and “America’s Most Haunted: The Secrets of Famous Paranormal Places”, a spine-tingling set of stories compiled by Eric Olsen and Theresa Argie.

 

Thug Lovin'Robert B. Parker's The BridgeDie againRain on the deadChase your shadowAmerica's most haunted

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This Week At The Library (January 5-10)

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Tuesday, January 6th

Children’s Programs

Preschool Story Time at 10:30 am: Join us for stories, music, movement, and fun! Each session will be followed by a play time.

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Teen Programs

Minute to Win It at 3:30 pm: You’ve seen the television show, now try it yourself! Compete in some fun and wacky 60 second challenges.

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Thursday, January 8th

Adult Programs

Baby It’s Cold Outside Coffee Breakfast 10:30 am: Come in from the cold and warm up with some coffee on us. Read the newspaper or a magazine, peruse our book displays and forget about the weather for a while.

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Jim’s Weekly Patron Picks

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We have a selection of intense new thrillers now available at the library!  David Hagberg released a new Kirk McGarvey book titled, “Retribution” and W.E.B. Griffin published the novel, “The Assassination Operation” which is a continuation of the Clandestine Operation series. We also have some new non-fiction including “Chasing Gold: The Incredible Story of How the Nazis Stole Europe’s Bullion” by George Taber and on a lighter note, a humorous autobiography titled, “The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year”. Put some of these picks on hold today!

 

Unlucky 13RetributionBreaking creedThe assassination optionGods guns grits and gravyChasing gold, the incredible story of how the nazis stole europe's bullionThe andy cohen diaries, a deep look at a shallow year

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This Week At The Library (December 29- January 3)

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Tuesday December 30th

Children’s Programs

Drop in Play Days at 10:30 am: Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 can play with toys, socialize with other children, and explore with art and craft materials.

Teen Programs

Teen Spot at 4 pm: Hang out, drink hot chocolate, play games, or create a craft with friends.

The library will be closing early Wednesday 31st at 5 pm  for New Years Eve and will be closed Thursday, January 1st for the New Years Day.

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