Don’t miss our Goodwill Donation Day on Tuesday, March 28!
January 25th at 6:30 p.m. Evening Book Club
The Vanishing Half by Britt Bennett.
Join us to discuss this story of twin sisters who choose vastly different paths. Light complexioned African Americans, one lives as a white person, the other embraces her roots in the town where they were born. Named a best book of 2020 by People, Time, Vanity Fair and others, the story recounts not only the twins choices, but what happens when the next generation intertwines.
February 7th – Non-Fiction/History Book Club
Tuesday at 1:00 pm the club will meet at the Library to discuss this months book.
Waiting For Jacob by Edwin P. Hogan
One Amazon reviewer described it, “In this charming work, Edwin Hogan, captivates the reader with the tender love story set against the background of the American Civil War. Dr. Hogan’s research adds depth to the story told in the letters from Jacob Greenawalt to his wife Rebecca. The story will be especially of interest to those living in Western Pennsylvania, as familiar place and family names jump off the pages and even minor characters come alive under his pen.” It presents a universal story of loss in wartime but especially poignant following the love letters of the young couple described.
February 14th Evening Storytime returns!
The Spring session starts on February 14th at 6 p.m. with a special Valentine’s Day kickoff. We’ll have Valentines treats and stories about love, hearts and friendship. The group will meet through May on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. Program includes stories, songs, rhymes and a craft or make and take craft each week. Program is suitable for preschoolers and earliest elementary students.