Monday, October 3 @ 6:30 PM–DIY Club at Spencer Public Library- Halloween Food Art – Everyone loves a treat during Halloween, but how about turning that treat into art? Join the DIY club as we take some common food and turn it into Halloween food art. We will make white chocolate covered strawberry ghosts, Frankenstein Monster Ho Ho’s, and Butterfinger dip. Enjoy the making as well as the eating! Registration required. Sign-up to reserve your spot 580-7290.
Monday, October 10th at 6:30 PM – Author Talk and Book Signing at Spencer Public Library- Authors, Phil and Sandy Hamman will present the inside story of the book Gitchie Girl and the events surrounding the Gitchie Manitou mass murders that happened in Gitchie Manitou State Park in Larchwood, Iowa. The presentation portrays the survivor’s story of Sandra Cheskey’s many struggles to rebuild her life emotionally and spiritually following a sexual assault that night. Gitchie Girl is a #1 national best seller on several of Barnes & Noble’s and Amazon’s true crime lists. This is a free program. Books will be available on site for purchase. Please call 580-7290 for more information.
Monday, October 17, 7:00 PM Movie Night at Spencer Public Library–Ghostbusters- Ghostbusters is a comedic Science Fiction film starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, and Chris Hemsworth. Following a ghost invasion of Manhattan, two paranormal enthusiasts, a nuclear engineer, and a subway worker band together to stop the otherworldly threat. As always, snacks will be provided – Registration required. Sign-up to reserve your spot 580-7290.
Monday, October 24, 6:30 PM – Book To Movie at Spencer Public Library – About Schmidt - We will be watching the movie About Schmidt starring Jack Nicholson. About Schmidt is a story of a newly widowed retiree who is dealing with his loneliness along with his botched relationship between himself and his daughter. About Schmidt is a great example of a producer taking parts and pieces of a great book and turning it into a gem of an original film. You don’t need to read the book to see the movie. Sign-up to reserve your spot 580-7290.