September 2018
Cool City BandFeatured
Thu., Sep. 13
7-8:15 PM
Greenfield GBC Rm.

Hear engaging vocalists backed by an 11-piece band of virtuoso musicians when the Cool City Band delivers an exhilarating musical experience.

Cool City features brass, saxophones, keyboards, bass and drums with instrumentalists versed in styles from swing to rock 'n' roll and Motown.
Your Gourmet Girlfriends
Gourmet Girlfriends
Wed., Sep. 19
7-8 PM
Greenfield GBC Community Rm.

Experience "fall flavors" through recipes from "Your Gourmet Girlfriends," a personal chef service based in New Palestine.

The Girlfriends will demonstrate recipes that make the most of foods that make us think of fall: pumpkin, apple, cinnamon and butternut squash. Each person attending may sample bites of these delicious foods and then leave with a recipe booklet to try at home.
It's Alive! Frankenstein
Wed., Sep. 26,  7-8 PM
Greenfield GBC Community Rm .

Matthew Weedman, Assistant Professor of Art at Wabash College, presents It's Alive! Electricity, Cinema and Metaphor in Frankenstein.

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein was sparked from amazing tales of galvanization: re-animating human tissue with man's burgeoning power to wield electricity and excite a world barreling towards industrialization and today's obsession with technology.

Weedman will discuss the evolution of Shelley's Promethean hero through images, clips and humorous tales of wild ambition.

Book Donationsbooksale
Mon., Sep. 17, 10 AM-5 PM
Side door, Greenfield parking lot
Get a tax break for helping the library. Drop off your gently used books, DVDs, and music CDs. A volunteer will assist when someone rings the bell. Please request your tax receipt at the same time.
Where it applies, we encourage you to read the selected books in advance. Ask for a copy at the information desk.

Storytelling Guild , Mon., Sep. 10, 1-3 PM , Greenfield GBC Comm. Rm. A.  SIGN UP

Brown Bag Book Discussion ,  Tue., Sep. 11, 10-11:30 AM, Greenfield GBC Community Rm. A.  SIGN UP .
Moloka'i , by Alan Brennert, a sweeping novel tracking the grim struggle of a Hawaiian child who contracts leprosy in the 1890s.

Writers Helping Writers,
Thu., Sep. 20, 6-8:45 PM, 
Greenfield Grace Rea Study Rm. 2. SIGN UP.
oin a community of writers who gather for inspiration and support.

YA Book Club for Adults, Tue., Sep. 11, 6-7 PM, New Palestine. SIGN UPI'll Give You the Sun, by Jandy Nelson, close twins are changed by events in different yet equally devastating ways. Adults who love reading novels written for teens are invited to this discussion.

Women's Book Discussion ,   Thu., Sep. 20, 6:30-8 PM, New Palestine . SIGN UP The Underground Railroad, by Colson Whitehead, tells a young slave's adventures as she makes a desperate bid for freedom in the antebellum South.
GENEALOGY: Open Lab genealogy
Genealogy Research
Wed., Sep. 19, 6:30-8 PM.
Greenfield Computer Lab

Research your family in our computer lab, which offers free access to Ancestry Library Edition and HeritageQuest through the library's subscriptions.  (You may also use HeritageQuest from home through the library's website.)
New Palestine , 5 Saturdays, Sep. 1-29:
All Levels 9:15-10:15 AM. SIGN UP.
All Levels 10:15-11:15 AM. SIGN UP.

Susan Goodart, a certified yoga teacher and fitness adviser, instructs the five-week series.  A $25 fee is paid to the instructor at the first session. Those 60+ may attend free.
Greenfield , 5 Saturdays, Sep. 1-29:
Experienced 1:30-2:30 PM. SIGN UP.
Beginner 2:45-3:45 PM. SIGN UP.

Susan Goodart, a certified yoga teacher and fitness adviser, instructs the five-week series.  A $25 fee is paid to the instructor at the first session. Those 60+ may attend free.
WE'LL BE CLOSED on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 3.