1/8/19

SOCIAL HOUR  Join us for coffee, cookies and conversation this Wednesday the 9th at 2 PM.

 

ADULT CRAFT  Get started on a paper-rose bouquet for yourself or someone else this Thursday the 10th at 2 PM.

 

JANUARY EVENTS  Welcome to the new year!  In addition to the events happening this week, check out our calendar for this month.  Movie Night is on Thursday the 17th at 5:30 PM – we’ll be watching a new film about a Yeti on a quest to find the mythical “human being.”  On Thursday the 24th at 4 PM children ages 7 and over can make a bookmark topped with pompoms.  Family Book Club is on the 31st at 5 PM.  We’ll be discussing A Wrinkle in Time and making our own model tesseracts.  New families are always welcome.  If you have computer questions, bring them in for one-on-one help on Saturday the 19th from 11 AM – 12 PM or Tuesday the 22nd from 6 – 7 PM.  The library will be closed on Monday the 21st in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

REGULAR PROGRAMS  Music and Movement for toddlers is Tuesday at 10 AM.  Stories and Songs, for ages 2 – 4, is on Saturdays at 10:30 AM.  Call the library or check online for all of the details on all of our upcoming events. 

 

JUST ARRIVED  Check out new novels by Val McDermid (Broken Ground,) Diane Setterfield (Once Upon a River,) W. E. B. Griffin (The Enemy of My Enemy,) Robin Cook (Pandemic,) Nora Roberts (Of Blood and Bone,) Joanne M. Harris (A Pocketful of Crows,) and J. A. Jance (Field of Bones.)  We also have a selection of works by less familiar authors.  Mathias Enard’s Tell Them of Battles, Kings, & Elephants imagines that Michelangelo traveled to Constantinople to design a bridge for the sultan (a proposal he – according to legend – rejected in real life.)  Little, by Edward Carey, creates a fictionalized account of the life of Marie Tussaud, famous for her waxwork exhibits.  Get a look inside a Japanese newsroom as a group of reporters struggle to uncover the truth behind a tragic story in Hideo Yokoyama’s Seventeen.  Ahmed Ismail Yusuf writes of the lives of the people of Somalia – both in conflict and in peace – in The Lion’s Binding Oath.  Finally, read about a girl’s experiences at a sinister school that may be teaching magic in Sergey and Marina Dyachenko’s Vita Nostra.

 

 

We welcome your QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, CONCERNS, PURCHASE REQUESTS, AND PROGRAMMING IDEAS.  Contact us at 312 Washington Street, ogdlib@ncls.org, 315-393-4325, or through any of our social media sites (you can do a search for Ogdensburg Public Library or find the links on our website, ogdlib.org.)

 

REGULAR HOURS are 9 AM to 8 PM on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 9 AM to 5 PM on Wednesday and Friday, and 9 AM to 3 PM on Saturday.  We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at your library!

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