Welcome to the 11th month of 2015. Take a look at all the wonderful programs for adults happening this month at the library.
In November the Book Into Movie Club is reading Martin Sixsmith’s true book, “The Lost Child of Philomena Lee”. The book tells the true story of Philomena Lee's 50-year-long search for her forcibly adopted son, and Sixsmith's efforts to help her find him. We will be discussing and watching the movie, “Philomena”, on December 21.
DIY Club is back with a wonderful November project–Thankful Art. We will be using our fingerprints to paint a Fall scene that would look great framed and hung on any wall.
The Movie of the Month is the historical drama, “Testament of Youth”, starring Kit Harrington and Alicia Vikander. – Based on a memoir by Vera Brittain, “Testament of Youth” follows Vera as she comes of age during the First World War. A powerful drama, love story, and war remembrance from a woman’s point of view.
Join us for the third of our new series of cooking classes. Simply Delicious @ SPL presents Passport: Taste the World. Learn to cook simple international dishes, or simply come and watch, share your enthusiasm for cooking and taste some new foods. On November 19 we will be visiting Indonesia. Fill up your passport by attending multiple classes to win prizes!
Other countries include:
Christmas Cookie Exchange, December 17
Russia January 21
Cuba, February 25
Vatican City, March 24