9/27/16

WEEKLY QUOTE  “We know that in September, we will wander through the warm winds of summer's wreckage. We will welcome summer's ghost.” – Henry Rollins

 

OCTOBER PROGRAMS  Computer help sessions will be on the 1st, 4th, 15th, and 25th.  Social Hour falls on the 12th, and Movie Night on the 20th.  Our new reading groups will meet on the 13th (Family Book Club discussing Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) and the 27th (Comic Books and Graphic Novels.)  We’ll be holding two crafting classes: Pumpkin Candle Holders for ages 5 and up on Saturday the 15th and decorative Burlap Pumpkins for adults on the 17th.  Finally, we’ll wrap up the month with a spooky-fun Halloween party on Saturday the 29th.  Join us for treats, costumes, games, and more.

 

REGULAR PROGRAMS  Music and Movement for toddlers is Tuesday at 10 AM.  Story Time for ages 3 – 6, with picture books and crafts, is Wednesday at 10:30 AM.  Drop-on computer help is tonight the 27th and next Tuesday the 4th from 6 – 7 PM and this Saturday October 1st from 11 AM – 12 PM.  Call the library or check out our website for the specifics on all of our upcoming events. 

JUST ARRIVED  This week we’re showcasing The Wonder by Emma Donoghue, author of The Room; Harlan Coben 11th Myron Bolitar novel Home; and Craig Johnson’s latest Longmire mystery, An Obvious Fact.  M. C. Beaton, Ann Patchett, Karin Slaughter, Jennifer Chiaverini, and Clive Cussler also all have new novels out and on our shelves.  If none of those catch your interest, why not try out an author making their debut this month?  Nathan Hill’s The Nix features a son puzzling out the truth of his activist mother’s life, while Forrest Leo’s The Gentleman follows a Victorian poet who accidentally sells his wife to the Devil and strikes out to get her back.  Over in nonfiction we have a focus on science and history.  The Tide looks at how people have interpreted the cyclical rising and falling of water through the ages as well as the scientific explanation, while Sun Moon Earth performs the same service for solar eclipses.  Sticking with the cosmic, try How to Build a Spaceship, which tells the story of the recent quest for commercial spaceflight.  Back on Earth, pick up The Hidden Life of Trees to explore an unseen world around, above, and below us.  For evolution of a different sort, check out Words on the Move and find out how the English language has changed and continues to change.  Finally, for a more classical view of history, read a new account of the Pax Romana.

 

We welcome your QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, CONCERNS, PURCHASE REQUESTS, AND PROGRAMMING IDEAS.  Contact us at 312 Washington Street, ogdlib@ncls.org, 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.)

 

WEEKLY HOURS are 9 AM to 8 PM Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, and 9 AM to 5 PM on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday.  The library will be closed on Monday October 10th.  We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at your library!

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