Our first meeting to discuss “Zeitoun” by Dave Eggers has been postponed until October 4th because of scheduling conflicts, BUT our NOAA meteorologist promises weather tracking training as an added bonus for our October 16 book discussion on water rights based on the book, “The Water Knife” by Paolo Bacigalupi. The final program is scheduled for November 9th with “Odds Against Tomorrow” by Nathaniel Rich. All programs begin at 6 PM, are free and refreshments will be served. Registration is suggested, books are at the library
Wi-fi is still available 24/7 and summer hours continue through Columbus Day Weekend- you gotta believe!
Build a Better World and log your books. Read a book, get a book. Keep reading! Kids- we will continue to log books until school starts.
Thanks to all who helped us enjoy the eclipse and making it a really memorable event!
Next program will be a community discussion on climate change, September 13, 6:00 PM
I have no doubt that these kids will Build a Better World. Thank you parents and caregivers for bringing your kids to the library for reading, creativity and learning fun.
Thanks for your support and for all those yummy treats!
Wednesday, 7/26- 5:30 Spanish and 7PM Crafts with Cate
WRITERS’ GROUP NEWSLETTER, D. Bradley July, 2017
Misty and damp outside, but inside our Indian Lake Library, a warm and congenial group of writers sit around a table and share a variety of pieces they have written. Every piece read on this day reflects a thoughtful and intuitive reaction to life’s experiences. Continue reading “Writers Group August 9, 1:30 in the library”
July 25 Tuesday, Story Hour for kids 10-10:30. Help build a better world! Good time for book logs and gifts for readers!
August 1, Tuesday 10 am “Queen of Katwe” at the movies!
Open to all, all programs free of charge