Friday, January 22, 2010

Writer's Group Meeting

'There will be an organizational meeting for the newly forming Writer's Group on Wednesday, January 27 at 6:30 pm in the library. Some things that will be covered are: how often--and when--should the group meet? Is there a writer's group "format" we like? What should we call the group? Refreshments? Wide-rule or college rule? Pica or Times New Roman? Come help us kick-off the first season of the Writer's Group! If you can't make it, don't despair. You can email us at or call the library at 937-2625 to stay in the loop.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Gimme Five Fundraiser Continues

Our annual "Gimme Five" fundraiser is still going on! If you received our letter along with our most recent newsletter, it is not too late to send it in. Join our annual "Gimme Five" program and invest in this valuable community resource. Pick a "Five" that fits your budget. Whether it's a "High Five" or a "Low Five", it will go a long way towards keeping our library an exciting, growing resource for everyone. Your "five" will continue to help us thrive!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Writer's Group Forming

Since our last newsletter was sent out in December (to all the mailboxes and post office boxes in our service area), we have had some interest in the writer's group that will be meeting at the library! The day and time have not been scheduled yet not a lot of room so if you are a local published author, fledgling writer or simply interested in the joy of writing and would like to join the group please call the library at 937-2625 and let us know.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Welcome Everyone!

Welcome to our new Blogsite! We hope you visit us frequently to see what programs and workshops we are offering and what new materials are available for checkout. Our collections continue to be dynamic and our kid's room is filled with wonderful storybooks, chapter books and books with tapes. We have a great selection of adult large print, non-fiction, fiction and reference materials as well as one of the largest collections of vintage radio shows in the country. Also available to patrons are three DSL computer stations.