December 13, 3:15pm — Literary Youth — Join this multi-generational group as we discuss variations on the Cinderella tale. We will also be selecting a new book(s) / theme(s) this week.
December 14, 7pm — Game Night — Games of all sorts will be available to play, or bring your favorite.
December 16, 9 am – Preschool Story Time – Join us for stories, a craft and maybe a song! As always, there’s time to play after story time and before Coffee Hour.
December 16, 10am – noon – Coffee Hour – a family friendly time to enjoy good food, good conversation and good friends.
December 16, 6:30pm – Family Theatre — in conjunction with PeachamElementary School, we present a movie based on Raymond Briggs’ book “The Snowman”. A young boy’s snowman comes to life to escort the boy on a magical visit to the North Pole. The movie was an Academy Award nominee for Best Animated Short Film in 1982. This is sure to be a holiday favorite for the whole family.
December 20, 1:15pm —
Tuesday Theatre — will present a movie about a Roman holiday starring Audrey Hepburn (in her first starring role), Gregory Peck and Eddie Albert. Hepburn portrays a modern-day (for the 50’s) princess intent on independence, or at least some time alone inRome. Peck is an American newspaperman seeking an exclusive story. The expected happens as they fall in love. The movie was nominated for 10 Academy Awards, with Hepburn capturing the Oscar for best actress.
December 23, 10 – noon— Coffee Hour
Looking for last minute gifts? Stop by the library to adopt a book (the list is here), to buy a gently used book from our book sale room, or to buy a calendar or book bag to support the Friends (did you know that the Friends raise the money that buys most of our books?).