Our wonderful new Library named in loving memory of Leisa Crane Dedicated July 20, 2017
LIBRARY NEWS The Library is now open exclusively on Thursday mornings from 10am to 12pm. Fully realizing that this limited open hours schedule could be a problem for some people, please do not hesitate to call me (info at close of paragraph) for assistance in obtaining books. I realize as well that some have borrowed books when in the space for other activities. If your info is on file, please leave a note with name, book title AND author for our documentation. If you are a new user, Please include your address and phone contact info as well.
REMINDER…please return your borrowed books when you have finished them. You may leave them in the plastic tub on the side steps at the Community Center. Please secure the cover well. If your books are overdue by many days or weeks there are no late fees, etc. We simply want our items returned to the shelves….their home after visiting yours! Thank You
Here are a few titles recently added to our inventory.
- Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore, Matthew Sullivan The Red House, Mark Haddon
- The Darwin Affair, Tim Mason
- Nine Perfect Strangers, Liane Moriarty
- Down the River and Into the Sea, Walter Mosley
- Chances Are…, Richard Russo
- Temptations of Forgiveness, Donna Leon
- Inland, Tea Obreht
- The Second Mountain, David Brooks
This is a small list of a wide variety of titles that have been both purchased and donated. Next time your browsing, check out the large stand where we display the newer titles.
STORY HOUR 2020: As I’ve written previously, we are still looking for VOLUNTEERS to head up this program. I’ve received the name of one individual but they would need additional help in order to take any portion of this on. Without volunteers, the STORY HOUR program will not take place next year. Thank you for giving this request some consideration.
Sue Maccalous email@example.com 207-283-1743