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August 2023

Now open Sunday 12-3pm

We're open 7 days a week!

New Book Spotlight

When Saint Sebastian’s School becomes the target of a shocking arson spree, the Sisters of the Sublime Blood and their surrounding New Orleans community are thrust into chaos.

Patience is a virtue, but punk rocker turned nun Sister Holiday isn’t satisfied to just wait around for officials to return her home and sanctuary to its former peace, instead deciding to unveil the mysterious attacker herself. Her investigation leads her down a twisty path of suspicion and secrets, turning her against colleagues, students, and even fellow Sisters along the way. And to piece together the clues of this high-stakes mystery, she must at last reckon with the sins of her own past.

For millennia, owls have captivated and intrigued us. Our fascination with these mysterious birds was first documented more than thirty thousand years ago in the Chauvet Cave paintings in southern France. With their forward gaze and quiet flight, owls are often a symbol of wisdom, knowledge, and foresight. But what does an owl really know? And what do we really know about owls? Though our fascination goes back centuries, scientists have only recently begun to understand in deep detail the complex nature of these extraordinary birds.

What an Owl Knows is an awe-inspiring exploration of owls across the globe and through human history, and a spellbinding account of their astonishing hunting skills, communication, and sensory prowess.

Bob Comet is a retired librarian passing his solitary days surrounded by books and small comforts in a mint-colored house in Portland, Oregon. One morning on his daily walk he encounters a confused elderly woman lost in a market and returns her to the senior center that is her home. Hoping to fill the void he’s known since retiring, he begins volunteering at the center. Here, as a community of strange peers gathers around Bob, and following a happenstance brush with a painful complication from his past, the events of his life and the details of his character are revealed.

The Librarianist  celebrates the extraordinary in the so-called ordinary life, and depicts beautifully the turbulence that sometimes exists beneath a surface of serenity.

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Tuesday August 22, 3:30-4:30

Welcome to Kindergarten PARTY!

Friends entering Kindergarten (and their families) are invited to join us for a special party celebrating their next adventure!

Special guests from the community will join us, and there will be a special treat!

Click here to register

August in the Children's Room

NEW: Butterfly Garden Story Time

Tuesdays at 3:30, beginning August 8

Enjoy listening to stories in our Children's garden and observe our fluttering friends!

Click here to register

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Storytime, Wednesdays, 9:30, all ages

Music and Movement, Fridays, 9:30

Book Clubs

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July 18

3:30 pm

Making the Mummies Dance

by Thomas Hoving

September 19


Sabrina & Corina

by Kali Fajardo-Anstine

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June 16


The Woman in the Library

by Sulari Gentill

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