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What’s Happening at the Library

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Morning Book Club meets Monday, February 25th at 10:00 a.m. to discuss Full of Grace by Dorothea Benton Frank.  Evening Book club meets Monday, February 25th at 6:30 p.m. to discuss The Story of Arthur TruLuv by Elizabeth Berg.  

Bring the kids for Family Movie Night Monday, February 25th at 6:00 p.m.  We plan to show a film the whole family will enjoy.  Join us for a fun evening and light refreshments.


The public is always welcome to our board meetings.  The next Board Meeting is Tuesday, February 26th at 4:00 p.m.  


Mother Goose on the Loose continues on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. for toddlers and preschoolers.  Join us for stories, finger plays, rhymes, music, movement, friends, and fun.


Next month, the Mad Science Explorers’ Club will build Snap Circuits on Monday, March 4th at 3:30 p.m.  Sign-up is limited to the first 15 participants.  Call the library at 765-478-3335 to reserve your spot.  Although we plan to meet monthly, you do not have to commit to the entire series.  This event is recommended for 4th – 8th graders.


We added five new bestsellers, one new movie, eight new children's books, and 11 other new books to the collection last week.  The new bestsellers this week include "Connections in Death: An Eve Dallas Novel," "The Wedding Guest: An Alex Delaware Novel," and "The Martha Manual: How to Do Everything." The new movie this week is "Jamestown: Seasons 1 & 2."


How do you pack 43 people into your library's modest-sized board room? Just invite historical research rock star Eugene Fannin to give a talk about Indian trails and mounds in the Whitewater Valley! Fannin gave a fascinating presentation about his research peppered with colorful stories handed down from prior centuries. We had a rapt audience, hanging on his every word, filling every space in the board room and hallway outside. Thanks for a great evening Mr. Fannin!  


If you missed the presentation, do not fear.  Fannin’s map of Indian trails and mounds is displayed in the hallway across from the History Room, and his booklet is available to read in the library’s History Room.