February 24th, 7:00 p.m.

Join us for a live online conversation and Q & A with director Frances Causey, who will discuss her film, The Long Shadow.  
Watch the movie first (available anytime through Kanopy) and join us live on 2/24/21 at 7:00 p.m.
Register to receive the meeting link.
ADULT LIBRARY PROGRAMS
by Layla F. Saad
February 22nd, 7:00 p.m.

Join us on Zoom to discuss this month's Virtual Non-Fiction Book Club selection, Me and White Supremacy, by Layla F. Saad.
CHILDREN'S LIBRARY PROGRAMS
February 19th, 10:00 a.m.

Create a disguise for Scooby Doo based on your favorite storybook character. 
Find all the details on our website.
Return to the library by March 19th. Voting takes place on March 26. 
January - March

Missing storytime?
No worries, our storytime kit includes a flannel board story and activity sheet. 
Call the Library for more details.
Wednesdays in February

Register to read with a librarian.
Each child will receive their own 20 minute appointment to read one-on- one via Zoom. A great way to build confidence and increase fluency.
Sign up each week for a slot.
Families with multiple readers sign up each reader individually.
LIBRARY SERVICES
The Library is open to the public for browsing and computer appointments:
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Call the Library to schedule a computer appointment.

Grab & Go and Remote Print/Fax/Copy/Scan continue during the remainder of Library business hours. 
Questions? Just ask!
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 Edward Carey

Submitted by Terri S.
I listened and so enjoyed this book in audio format. Carey reads his own work, which is really just perfect. This is an adventure, a fairy tale, a delightful and exciting diversion. At points in the book, I had goosebumps!
And the ending, oh, the ending.
How I love good, literary fiction, which this certainly is.
Five stars for this re-imagining of a beloved childhood tale. LOVED IT.
by Anthony M. Amore

Submitted by Molly J.
There have sadly been many major art heists in history and this one is definitely one of the more bizarre ones. Rose Dugdale is the only woman who is known to have pulled off a major art heist and her reasoning was not financial, but political. Dugdale’s life is fascinating – she came from extreme wealth but joined the cause of Irish Republicanism in the 1970’s. Even if you’re not interested in art, the political story intertwined in this book was very interesting.
by E.L. Shen

Submitted by Stefanie M.
Maxine lives and breathes figure skating. On the ice, she exudes confidence, but off the ice, life is a little bit harder. She has been drifting apart from a friend who would rather spend time with a bully than defend her. Speaking of bullies, Maxine is dealing with one who won’t leave her alone about her Chinese heritage. Not to mention the new figure skater in town who seems perfect in every way. Will Maxine find a way to stand up to her bully, and push past her insecurities and maybe make a new friend? Recommended for Grades 4+
by Jan Brett

Submitted by Lauri C.
Find out what happens to Hedgie as he tries to stay awake to see winter in this beautifully illustrated tale by Jan Brett.
This cozy picture book is a wonderful story to read together as family.
Make some hot cocoa, cuddle up, and read!
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