In 2020, resolve to step out of your familiar reading routine and travel to parts unknown through literature. We begin 2020 with one of the world’s newest and oldest languages – Modern Hebrew. Our second book is Dearest Anne by Judith Katzir, with Dalya Bilu (Translator). The discussi
In 2020, resolve to step out of your familiar reading routine and travel to parts unknown through literature. We begin 2020 with one of the world’s newest and oldest languages – Modern Hebrew. Our first book is And the Rat Laughed by Nava Semel with discussion lead by Lani Ravin on We
Join other readers at this hybrid discussion - both in-person and on Zoom of Jacqueline Woodson's Red at the Bone
Contact: Barbara Shatara at email@example.com to register and to obtain Zoom info.
Curious and crafty kids learn and explore the fun and intrigue of science and technology, building potato circuits that generate light, wishing wands, and waterless snow globes. Get that last bit of fun education in for the 2019 calendar year!
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NaNoWriMo writers gather together to get some writing done. Coffee, Tea and light snacks. Aurora Hurd, organizer.
Check out this monthly book discussion group each second Wednesday at 6:30pm. Free copies of the book are available for checkout at the library’s circulation desk. In September, we will discuss Dora Bruder by Patrick Modiano.