This week at the library — May 13, 2012

14 May

Frog News

New frog pictures!  Peacham recently travelled to Virginia and had a great time in the Shenandoah Valley visiting the Strasburg Library and other places.  At the same time, Jing, flew off to Scotland, England and Iceland.  To see all the places the frogs have travelled check out the Library Frogs page.

While the frogs were gone, a new frog arrived at the library.  Not only is this a very colorful frog, but there are magnets in the arms and legs that will make it easy to attach the frog to a sign for photo ops!  Please help us name this frog.  Drop off your suggestions, post them here, or email us. We’ll let the folks at coffee hour choose the final name.

Upcoming Events

May 14, 4pm, Writers Workshop 2,   POSTPONED, check back for new date, Author Elizabeth O’Donnell will continue to lead us through writing and illustrating a short picture book.  It’s never too late to join this writers group.

May 14, 7pm, Tech Monday, Word Processing, A workshop for both the beginner and the more experienced!    We’ll cover getting started, saving your work, and making your documents work for you instead of you working on them.  But most importantly we’ll teach you to stop thinking of your word processor as a typewriter.

May 15, 1:15pm,  Tuesday Theatre presents an Academy Award nominated movie based on the book War Horse by Michael Morpurgo.  The movie is set in Rural England and Europe during World War I.  When his father buys a thoroughbred rather than a plough horse, Albert (Jeremy Irvine) trains the horse and names him Joey.  When the crops fail, Joey is sold to an English officer who takes him to Europe as a cavalry mount.  The movie follows Joey through the war as he inspires all he meets. Rated PG.

May 15, 4pm, Literary Youth will discuss Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne.

May 17, 7pm, Readers’ Delight will be discussing The Beekeeper’s Lament by Hannah Nordhaus.

May 18, 9am, Preschool Story Time with guest Jim Minichiello.    

May 18, 10am – noon, Coffee Hour — Join us for a cup of coffee or tea, a sweet or two and good conversation.  Suitable for all ages!

Looking Ahead

May 21, 6:30pm, Writers Workshop 1 continues with an hour of writing and sharing poetry. 

May 25, 10am – noon, Coffee Hour

May 28, Memorial Day, closed all day.


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