Wii Read, Do You?

Summer is coming to an end.  At the Maud Marks that means it's time for our Annual wii Read Bowling Tournament.  Form your team (up to 4 players) and come into register.  The tournament is this Monday, August 11 (we had to change the date due to a building issue) at 1 PM so don't delay, come get your team registration form TODAY!  Prizes will be provided for best book theme team name, best costumes, highest games, and highest average scores.  We'll have plenty of lemonade and popcorn to go along with the fun.

Senior Outreach

Daisy, 86 and Gini, 91 are showing off the library mugs they recently received for completing the Adult Summer Reading Program. 

Romance: Adult Genre Challenge #4

 

                                                               

If you haven’t read a good romance book in a while, or even if you have, come on in and see this week’s display, and register for the Adult Summer Reading Program. You still have time. The last day to read and record for the summer reading challenge drawings is Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014. There are baskets with books and other goodies that can be won. Go on-line to register at www.hcpl.net, and then come in and get your ticket for the drawing. Hope to see you soon.

Wacky Science

 The Afternoon Adventure for Monday, July 28th  features Mick Corley and his Wacky Science program.The event start times are 1:30 pm and 3 pm. Free tickets are available a half hour before start time. Bring your school-age student for some summer fun.

Westerns: Adult Genre Challenge #3

If you’re taking our Genre Challenge this is your opportunity to experience the uniquely American genre of Westerns.  Westerns started out as “dime novels” in the mid-19th century. Classic stories and writers helped invent how we imagine the Old West. The typical Western hero is the loner who rides into town, cleans things up, and rides out again.