February 9th, 7:00 p.m.

Join us for an engaging Zoom presentation to help you think outside the box, have better problem-solving skills, reduce stress, and more.
Get unstuck in the workplace and in your personal life.
Discuss tools and techniques for adopting a creative mindset, fostering new ideas, and finding new approaches to tackling challenges.
Our presenter is Jennifer Evans of Periwinkle Art Studio.

Register to receive the Zoom meeting link.
ADULT LIBRARY PROGRAMS
February 8th, pick up materials

This tutorial will teach you how to create a handmade flower, perfect for Valentine's Day. Bud vase is included with your craft kit to make it a perfect gift for the one you love.
The Princess Bride by William Goldman
February 10th, 7:00 p.m.

You don't like reading? Inconceivable!
Join us as we discuss The Princess Bride.
Register to receive the meeting link.
February 11th, 7:00 p.m.

Find out more about this ancient form of holistic health practice, which seeks to balance body, mind, and spirit, with expert Dr. Vaidya Swati Mhaske.
CHILDREN'S LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Chocolate Truffles
February 8th, pre-recorded video

Learn how to make chocolate truffles- just in time for Valentine's Day! Please register so we can send you the recipe.
January - March

Missing storytime? No worries, our storytime kit includes a flannel board story and activity sheet. 
Call the Library for more details.
LIBRARY SERVICES
READING RECOMMENDATIONS
Snow is Falling, Books are Calling
January 18th - February 28th

Get cozy, get snuggly, get a good book.
Our Winter Reading Program is easy: read with us for 90 minutes every week to receive prizes in your mailbox!
Sign up online or call the Library to register.
by Delia Owens

Submitted by Kristen F,
Board Member.
Where the Crawdads Sing, I would classify as today's To Kill a Mockingbird. It similarly touches on mankind's basic alternating instincts of naivety and world-weariness, joy and sorrow, kindness and cruelty.
A young girl from North Carolina's Marshlands walks the reader through her experiences of growing up first without a mother and then as an orphan. She evades social services and paves her own way out of the nature surrounding her. While reading, I wanted to see the shack filled with her beautiful feather collection, taste the fresh mussels she dug up to sell, and feel the sea breeze on my face as she fed her dearest sea gull companions. Her strength and strong will was something I greatly enjoyed being a part of while reading this book.
by Wally Koval

Submitted by Molly J.
Accidentally Wes Anderson is a community curated collection of photographed locations that look like they could be in one of movie director Wes Anderson’s films. It’s a great coffee table style book and even if you don’t read it, it is fun to thumb through and see the photos.
Learning about the places all over the world and a bit of history about them was entertaining too.
It’s a lot of fun to try to imagine what types of characters Wes Anderson would put in the scenes.
by Kiran Millwood Hargrave

Submitted by Stefanie M.
Mila, along with her two sisters and brother, has been stuck in an eternal winter since the mysterious disappearance of her father, 5 years ago. One night when a strange man appears at their house (who has the ability to float on the snow) all of the boys in town disappear shortly after, including Mila’s brother Oskar. So Mila does what no one else is brave enough to do: she pairs up with an ageless mage and her two dogs to make the treacherous journey to save her brother and put an end to the eternal winter.
A fantastical winter adventure.
by Rowboat Watkins

Submitted by Lauri C.
Hot cocoa, marshmallows, and good books are perfect for these snowy winter days. Find out what most marshmallows like to do in this silly, sweet book! Great for ages 4 and up!
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