Carol March Newsletter

Happy Leap Day! I can’t believe February has come and gone already, and wow, that was fast! I am actually still hoping for snow, but we will just have to see.
Our MahJongg group is still going strong, and we have another one that is more in the Chinese tradition which meets every other Saturday. The regular group meets on Monday and Wednesday at 1 every week, and the Chinese group meets this Saturday at 11 am. Both groups are accepting new members, and they will teach you!

The inaugural “Homeschool Game Day” is planned for March 8 at 11:00, and they will meet in our meeting room. We provide the games and it is a nice way for homeschoolers to socialize.

Our book club for March will meet on the 19th at 1pm. 

We have a blood drive scheduled for March 20. Giving blood is such an important thing, and a very easy way you can get involved in helping members of our community. Plus, there are snacks! 

Mike Familiant, Bigfoot Hunter and host of “In The Shadow of the Big Red Eye,” will be back for an all-new Bigfoot presentation on Thursday, April 18. We will meet him here at 6pm in our meeting room. Whether you are a believer or a skeptic, you will most certainly be entertained!
It’s not too late to start thinking of our annual Friends of the Library Booksale! This year’s sale is scheduled for April 26-27 in our meeting room. We are presently taking donations of good pre-owned books. Donating is a great way to help you clear up your space, and then shopping the book sale is a fun and inexpensive way to find that certain book you’ve been looking for.

Right now I am finally reading “Lessons In Chemistry” by Bonnie Garmus. I just started it, but it seems like it will be as good as everyone else says! I am also reading “Angelika Frankenstein Makes Her Match” by Sally Thorne. I just loved the title, don’t you?

Ms. Heather had a good turnout for her inaugural Computer Basics class! This class is ongoing on the 4th Wednesday of every month. It is designed for beginners and is free. If you know someone who would benefit from this class, feel free to call the library or come in to sign up in person!

Have a happy March, and I hope to see you soon!

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