Winter Weather Days

Be sure to call the library at 596-0022 before venturing out to the library on days when there is considerable snow to be plowed. Our parking lot may be cleared but our volunteers may not be able to get out of their driveways so it's best to check. We will not consider books overdue if we're closed, and you won't be charged a fine.

In the meantime, on days when you head to the store to stock up for an upcoming storm, don't forget to stop by the library and stock up on books to keep you company while you're snowed in. They don't require any power, except if you want to stay up late to finish a good one- then you'll need that trusty flashlight under the covers!

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Book Club chooses a classic

In July, the Book Club will meet on the third Wednesday, July 20th, to discuss a book most of us read when it was originally published in 1960.  Since then, our children, and often our grandchildren have read this in school in conjunction with social studies projects, history, or literature classes.  In addition, many of us have also seen the movie in which Gregory Peck made the book a household word.

We decided it would be interesting to re-read this again to see how it has stood the test of time.  Copies are available at the library.  Stop by, check one out and join us for what promises to be a lively discussion.

1 comment:

  1. This is too funny! I just started a book club at work because we all decided we needed to re-read it. We meet next week and it was totally worth rereading it as it's even better than I remember. Have fun with yours!