Harlem Library


November 14, 2018

The final webinar in the free Lunch & Learn Solid Finances series will be “Organizing Your Financial Paperwork” presented November 21 from 12:05 to 12:55 in the library meeting room. Bring your lunch!

The library will be closed Thanksgiving Day but we will be open Friday, November 23.

The Book Challenge for November is to read a book with an orange cover or spine. Pick up one from the display we have put together.

Don’t miss this year’s Creative Christmas program at the library December 3, 7 P.M. Our guest crafter will be Heather Jorgenson who will present fun and festive ideas for the holidays! All ages are welcome and refreshments will be served.

“The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle” is a debut novel by Stuart Thurton. This creative mystery takes readers into the world of Aiden Bishop. He is presented with a predicament: Evelyn Hardcastle will be murdered at 11:00 P.M. every day for eight days until he can identify the killer and break the cycle. But each day Aiden awakes in the body of a different guest.

Janet Dailey has written “Texas Free.” Rose Landro is on the run trying to make a break from her past. She seeks refuge at Rimrock Ranch ready to make a fresh start and to claim the land left to her by her grandfather. But soon cattle begin disappearing and cowhand Tanner McCade starts watching Rose too closely.

A memoir by Jonathan Santlofer is “The Widower’s Notebook.” This is a “portrait of marriage, an account of the complexities of finding oneself single again after losing a spouse, and a story of the enduring power of familial love.”

A Medlar mystery by Jude Deveraux is “A Willing Murder.” The latest Krewe of Hunter work by Heather Graham is “Echoes of Evil.” A new novel by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison is “Shadow Tyrants.”

Two World War II novels include “The Tuscan Child” by Rhys Bowen and “The Dutch Wife” by Ellen Keith.

The library would like to welcome parents/caregivers to bring their infants and toddlers to the Books and Babies programs which are held each Tuesday morning at 10 A.M. This is a time of stories, play, songs and fun!

After School Story Hour meets on Wednesday at 3:30 for children ages 4 through grade 5. Children can listen to stories, do crafts and projects, and enjoy a snack.

Lego Club encourages all ages to imagine and build! It meets on Thursdays at 4:30.

The Book Club will meet on Monday, Nov. 21 for the final discussion of “Pachinko.” We will then take a break until January.

Library history trivia: In July of 1967 the Blaine County commissioners assumed the responsibility of providing total support of the library with a County Board of Trustees appointed to have jurisdiction over the library.


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