The film “An Unfinished Life” will be shown at the library on Wednesday, April 26 at 6:30 p.m. Elna Gilkyson is a tough skinned, retired rancher who has shut himself off from his family following his only son’s death a decade ago. Out of the blue, the very person he blames for his son’s accident arrives on his doorstep. His ex-daughter-in-law Jean has survived abuse and decides that the only way to care for her daughter is to seek help from her ex-father-in-law. This unusual meeting results in two people discovering a reservoir of forgiveness that neither of them knew existed. The film stars Robert Redford, Jennifer Lopez, Morgan Freeman, Josh Lucas and is 100 minutes long.
Watch for our first community survey in many years in your mail box next week. Please take a few moments to fill it out and express your views if for some reason you don’t receive a survey be sure to stop by the library to pick one up. Your opinions and ideas are very important as the Library Board of Trustees create a plan for the future. Drop boxes will be located at Deckers, Sperry Drug, 3 Sister’s Truck Stop, Senior Center, NCHS & LEMS as well as the library. You can also mail the survey to the address listed on the form.
Over 50 children attend the third of three RIF programs last week. Each child selected their very own books to keep as well as enjoyed rope tricks demonstrated by Dixie Miller. A puppet show was performed by FLBA students and children also created “paperbag” vests. The Friends of the Library sponsor this program with funding from the federal RIF program.
New books in the adult library include “Death of a Dreamer” by M. C. Beaton, “The Rebels of Ireland” by Edward Rutherford, “Sea Chance” by Robert B. Parker, “Every Breath You Take” by Judith McNaught, “The House” by Danielle Steel, “Dynamic Energy Healing by Howard Brockman, “The Quilter’s Stitch Bible” by Nikki Tinkler, “Lose the Lies Lose the
Weight” by Laurie Bell and “Buffalo for the Broken Heart” by Dan O’Brian.
“Anyone Can Eat Squid” by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor and “Wild Fibonacci” by Joy N. Hulme are available for our junior readers.
Our youngest readers will be sure to like “Happy Birthday, Good Knight” by Shelly Thomas, “That’s What Leprechauns Do” by Eve Bunting” and “Beanstalk” by Ann McCallum.”
Remember Storyhour on Tuesday at 10 a.m. for children ages three through kindergarten, Yvonne has a “Rainy Day Fun” planned.
334-3274 is the Dial-A-Story number. Dial-A-Story is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Dial in and hear an exciting story today!
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