Please join us to discuss The Whites, by Richard Price writing as Harry Brandt.
Wednesday, March 2, 2016.
“Riveting… [Price] has a knack for using…detective work the way John le Carré has used spy stories and tradecraft, as a framework on which to build complex investigations into the human soul... No one these days writes with more kinetic energy or more hard-boiled verve… A gripping police procedural and an affecting study in character and fate.” ―Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times
Our adult coloring club members had a great time at their meeting this past Wednesday. Make sure to join them on the third Wednesday of every month at 2 pm. We have coloring pencils, markers, and lots of fun coloring pages. We will meet again on February 17th.
Chess Club moves to Tuesdays, in the Community Building next to the library, from 4:00-5:00 pm.
Due to the overwhelming response from the community at our first Chess Club meeting, we are moving to a bigger space in the Community Building.
Each meeting will start with some instruction from an expert competitive chess player. No prior experience is necessary. Please bring along your own chess board, if you have one at home. For ages 5 and older.
Please join us to discuss All Our Names, by Dinaw Mengestu. This book selection is in observance of African American History Month.
Wednesday, February 3, at 11 a.m.
Fleeing war-torn Uganda for the American Midwest, Isaac begins a passionate affair with the social worker assigned to him. But the couple’s bond is inescapably darkened by the secrets of Isaac’s past: the country and the conflict he left behind and the beloved friend who changed the course of his life—and sacrificed everything to ensure his freedom. From acclaimed author Dinaw Mengestu, here is a love story for our time.