Attending our meeting is always an interesting way to spend a cloudy summer afternoon. We had six around the table with five pieces of writing shared.
Bob first gave us an update on the sales of Asters and Ink. Continue reading
The presentation on bats as superhero has been cancelled! So plan on attending the Friends of the Library Program on the history of Indian Lake at the Indian Lake Theater. The event, Wednesday, August 5, at 7:30 PM is free and open to all (superheros included)
INDIAN LAKE LIBRARY PROGRAM LINEUP for this week:
Mondays @7pm…Lego Club- meets Monday nights
Tuesdays @ 10am…Movie at Theater (July 28)…story time at the library (Aug 4th)
Wednesdays @ 10am…Science Club (ages 9-12)
Wednesdays @ 7pm…Summer Reading Program
SPECIAL PLAY Presentation Bonus: Thursday @11:30 “Songs of the Iroquois” Live at Theater (July 30th)
All events are free and open to all
The Friends of the Indian Lake Library will host Town Historian, Wayne Blanchard, on Wednesday, August 5th, 7:30 PM at the Indian Lake Theater. Wayne will share his Indian Lake secrets. Come with questions. This event is free and open to all. Refreshments will be served.
Many thanks to all the volunteers! We appreciate all the community support and all the goodies too.
Thanks also to the Town for those lovely tents!
Saturday, July 25 and Sunday, July 26, the Friends of the Library will hold their book and bake sale at the Indian Lake Town Hall. Want to help out? Friday, 9 am, the Friends are gathering. If you can sort or carry boxes of books, please come on down!
Kids age 9-12 here’s a program for YOU! Show up at 10 for a fun filled morning
Our Wednesday meeting rolls around quickly when surrounded by a busy summertime schedule of events. However, there is no more pleasant way to spend a summer afternoon than in our library sharing stories with our writing friends. It is here that time slows down, affording us an opportunity to enjoy each others’ written experiences, and always be inspired by the variety and skillful presentations of our friends around the table.
There were seven of us sitting together this Wednesday; each one with a story to tell. Continue reading
The next program for children will be on Tuesday, July 14, with a showing of Pocohantas at the Indian Lake Theater at 10 am. This follows a story hour last week of several biographies of the Native American Princess and Hero which were all slightly different. Was John Smith her true friend? Looking forward to the movie to see their interpretation of history!