November is National Novel Writing Month (Nanowrimo) when hundreds of thousands of brave souls write 50,000 words in 30 days. The library held courses in September and October to prepare you for your marathon novel, but now it is up to you. Of course, we will provide all the motivational support you’ll need. So, let’s get writing!
In November the Book Into Movie Club is reading Carson McCullers debut novel, “The Heart is a Lonely Hunter”. McCullers book about a deaf-mute man in a 1930s Georgia mill town, spins a haunting, unforgettable story that gives voice to the rejected, the forgotten, and the mistreated. We will be discussing and watching the movie in December.
DIY Club is back with a wonderful fall project planned– Fall Fabric Stamping. We will be stamping leaves, acorns, and pumpkins in fall paint colors on tea towels.
The Movie of the Month is the comedy, “The Grand Seduction”, starring Brendan Gleason and Taylor Kitsch. To survive, a dying Newfoundland fishing village must convince a young doctor to take up residence by any means necessary even when it includes wiretapping his phones to find out his likes and playing a hilarious game of cricket.
Our computer tech wizard, Aimee, has more exciting, and informative, tech classes for you. On November 18 she will be talking about “Basic Internet Safety”. Learn how to behave and protect yourself online while staying safe and enjoying all the benefits the internet has to offer.
The library is pleased to have musician, Chad Elliott, performing on November 19. Putting poetry to music is what he does best and you will not be disappointed. So join us for a relaxing evening and great music.
Let’s Talk Turkey! Join us for Director, Mandie Roberts’s monthly food program. On November 20 she will show you simple ways to use the surplus of left-over turkey that inevitably lurks in your refrigerator after Thanksgiving.