This Week At The Library (March 23-28)

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Tuesday, March 24th

Children’s Programs

Drop In Play Days at 10:30 am: Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 and their families can stop by for open play in the library meeting room. No formal program is presented, just a chance for the little ones to come to the library and enjoy our collection of toys and to make new friends.

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Jim’s Weekly Patron Picks

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Spring weather is finally here so stop on by the library and check out one of our new books!  Jessica Treadway has a haunting and evocative mystery out titled, “Lacy Eye” while Dennis Lehane has a new Joe Coughlin book called, “World Gone By”.  We also have some interesting new non-fiction including “1,339 Quite Interesting Facts to Make Your Jaw Drop” and the fascinating memoir about Anna Lyndsey titled, “Girl in the Dark”.  Click on a book below to place one on hold today!

 

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This Week At The Library (March 16-21)

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Monday, March 16th

Teen Programs

String Art at 3:30 pm: Get artsy with string! Make something extraordinary out of something that is ordinary. Please call 330-745-6126 to register.

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Tuesday, March 17th

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day: Celebrate America’s strong Irish cultural heritage on this memorable holiday. Just remember to put on something green this morning!

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Preschool Program

Drop In Play Days at 10:30 am: Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 and their families can stop by for open play in the library meeting room. No formal program is presented, just a chance for the little ones to come to the library and enjoy our collection of toys and to make new friends,

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Saturday, March 21st

Family Programs

Hawaiian Movie Fest at 1 pm: Watch the movie LILO AND STITCH on our big screen. Make Hawaiian leis, taste some tropical snacks, and make a volcano erupt!

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Jim’s Weekly Patron Picks

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We have some thrilling new stories for you to check out this week!  There is a new set of science fiction stories compiled by George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois titled, “Old Venus”, Barbara Taylor Bradford is releasing “The Cavendon Women”, a sequel to “Cavendon Hall”, while Heather Graham has a new Cafferty and Quinn book titled, “The Dead Play On”.  We also have a new non-fiction book by Brittany Ducker called, “Accused: A Heartbreaking Death and the Quest for Justice”. Click on a book below to place it on hold today!

 

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This Week At The Library (March 9-14)

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Tuesday, March 10th

Children’s Programs

Drop In and Play Days at 10:30 am:  Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 and their families can stop by for open play in the library meeting room. No formal program is presented, just a chance for the little ones to come to the library and enjoy our collection of toys and to make new friends.

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After School Programs

Mini Canvas at 4 pm has been cancelled! We are sorry for any inconvenience.

Saturday, March 14th

Irish Folding Card Creations at 1 pm: As spring finally approaches, join us in making decorative cards for the upcoming holidays! We will have templates available for St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day and an assortment of other spring themes. Supplies will be provided. Please call the branch at 330-745-6126 to register as spaces are limited. Registration begins February 16.

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Daylight Savings Time, March 8th

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This year don’t forget to set your clocks to the right time. Most digital devices will automatically set themselves but for those of us still using analog clocks and some digital it’s important to remember. Don’t throw your schedule for the week off! The official time to switch is 2 am Sunday morning but if you’re a normal human who doesn’t want to do that go ahead and switch your clock one hour ahead Saturday night or when you wake up Sunday morning.

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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!

Come on in starting March 9 to pick up Emily St. John Mandel’s 

“Station Eleven”!

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Jim’s Weekly Patron Picks

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Join us this week in checking out some new books! Susan Mallery released her newest Mischief Bay book for your reading pleasure, Joanne Fluke has a new Hannah Swensen mystery titled, “Double Fudge Brownie Murder”, and Steve Alten released “Vostok”, a thrilling sequel to, “The Loch”.  We also have a new popular non-fiction book coming out soon titled, “Beer for All Seasons: A Through-the-Year Guide to What to Drink and Drink It” for you to place on hold.  Stop on by the library today!

 

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Celebrate Women’s History Month, March 2015

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In celebration of women’s history month come in and check out one of our books on some famous women. We’ve got books on the classics like Joan of Arc, Susan B Anthony, Jane Austen, Catherine the Great, Cleopatra, Hellen Keller, and Rosa Parks. But we’ve got more than that, come on in and read about some influential women you may not have heard of. Read about Pulitzer prize winning author Pearl S. Buck, founder of the Red Cross Clara Barton, famous french artist Rosa Bonheur, feminist icon Margaret Fuller, Greek poet Sappho, and many others besides. Come in anytime this month or anytime and find out about these famous historical figures! You may just discover your newest hero!


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This Week At The Library (March 2-7)

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Monday, March 2nd

Read Across America Day: In honor of Dr Seuss’s birthday today is a day for everyone across America to promote the love of reading, whether you’re an adult or a kid grab a book and read up!

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Tuesday, March 3rd

Children’s Programs

Drop In and Play Days at 10:30 am:  Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 and their families can stop by for open play in the library meeting room. No formal program is presented, just a chance for the little ones to come to the library and enjoy our collection of toys and to make new friends.

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