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February 2018

Director's Note

We survived the holiday season and are fully into the ‘I am tired of the cold and wet’ season. This can seem like the longest time of the year for many. The days are short, the weather is cold and we can’t get outside like we want to. I hope the library can be a part of your plans to keep some of the winter blues at bay! We had a great time at our recent Luau- check out the pictures later in this newsletter. And the teens have a great event planned in February. I am so excited to check out ‘The Vestal is Dead’. This murder mystery party was entirely planned by a few members of our Y.A.C. team. Just keep an eye on Facebook for the most up to date information. We also make sure that the Carlisle Citizen and the Wildcat Weekly have the information as well.

Speaking of the Carlisle Citizen… I am excited to partner with them on a plan to digitize issues of the Citizen going all the way back to 1909. The papers will be text searchable to make research so much easier and cleaner. A huge thank you to the Carlisle Chamber who awarded us $500 towards this project. I am working on securing additional grant funding before the project starts. So please stay tuned!

Tour of Homes on December 8th and 9th

Luau from January 20, 2018

Adult Avenue

First Tuesday Book Club

Every month on the First Tuesday there is an Adult Book Club that meets to discuss books from various genres. We will meet at 6:30 pm on February 6 to discuss News of the World by Paulette Jiles. Our new book will be The Quicking by Michelle Hoover.
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Teen Scene

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Kid's Corner

4th and 5th Grade Book Club

Book Club will be meeting on February 14th, at 2:15 pm. We will discuss January's book A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle. We will begin reading Three Cups of Tea-Younger Reader by Sarah L. Thomson.
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Come warm up at Storytime


Join us for stories, songs, rhyme, finger-play and movements.

All ages are welcome.

Tuesdays - Mover and Shakers geared towards those who struggle to sit still by having many get up and move songs and rhymes.

Wednesdays- Storytime geared towards those who enjoy sitting for stories and listening, will also include songs and rhymes.