December Gets Off To A Busy Start

If you haven’t already pre-registered for the candle stamping workshop at the Dr. James Carlson Library, remember, it’s at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1. Space in the Community Room is limited, so you’ll want to call 476-5980 to sign up. If the session does fill up, you can get some advice about decorating candles from…
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Lorna Landvik Visit

We’re excited to have best-selling author Lorna Landvik for the first official author visit at the new Dr. James Carlson Library. She will be in the community room to discuss her new book, The View from Mount Joy, and to sign her books. (Copies of the new book will be available for sale at the event). The program…
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Looking For Recipe Ideas?

Thanksgiving is almost here, and that’s just the start of the holiday season. Whether you’re looking for new food ideas, or brushing up on the tried and true, the library has numerous resources available. The magazine racks contain current issues of Bon Appetit, Cooking Light, Fine Cooking, Gourmet, Martha Stewart Living, and Taste of Home’s Simple…
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Celebrate Veteran’s Day

The temporary library at 408 Roberts Street currently has a display of books in honor of Veteran’s Day (November 11). Some of the items currently available include the documentaries The First World War and WWII in Color. There are also books on the display cart such as Voices of War: Stories of Service from the Home Front…
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Halloween Is Just Around The Corner

From The Selected Writings of Edgar Allan Poe to handbooks like Lesley Bannatyne’s A Halloween How-To : Costumes, Parties, Decorations, and Destinations, there’s plenty of material to help make your season spookier. It’s hard to keep the horror movies on the shelves this time of year, but holds can be placed for DVDs from all three library locations.…
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