The Niobrara County Library Foundation is planning a Wine Tasting on Sunday, November 10 at 2 p.m. at the Niobrara Country Club. Advance sale tickets are $30 and are available at the library and from any foundation member. Watch for more information.
The Dinner and Movie series continues on Monday, October 28 and will feature the documentary, “War Dogs of the Pacific.” Telling the incredible story of the Marine Dog Platoons of World War II, this film is filled with tales of devotion, bravery and sacrifice. Told by the dog handlers themselves, the film follows the men and their dogs through training and into combat. A light meal will be served and discussion will be facilitated by Deane Tucker. Harris Done, the film’s director may be joining the discussion as well.
The whole town of Lander has turned out for the big parade celebrating the start of the new rodeo season in “Killing Custer,” the newest Wind River mystery by Margaret Coel. The main spectacle is the appearance of Colonel Edward Garrett – a spot-on-impersonator of General George Custer – and a troop of men acting as the fated Seventh Calvary. A group of Arapaho Warriors from the Wind River Reservation encircle Garret and his men in a “dare ride” just to remind them exactly who won the Battle of the Little Big Horn. When the ride is over, history seems to have repeated itself. Garret is dead in the street and public sentiment turns against the Arapaho.
Other new fiction books include “What are the Chances” by Kenny Rogers, “Necessary Lies” by Diane Chamberlain, “Burial Rites” by Hannah Kent, “Deceived” by Randy Wayne White, “Edenbrooke” by Julie Donaldson, “The Whole Enchilada” by Diane Mott Davidson, “Dick Francis’s Refusal” by Felix Francis, “Size 12 and Ready to Rock” by Meg Cabot and “Grace Unplugged” by Melody Carlson. A new title for the young adult is “Frozen” by Melissa de la Cruz.
“13 Things Rich People Won’t Tell You: 250+ Tried-and-True Secrets to Building Your Fortune by Spending and Saving Smarter” by Jennifer Merritt is now available in non-fiction, along with: “The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan: a Blueprint for Renewing Your Child’s Confidence and Love of Learning” by Ben Foss and “Stop Breast Cancer Before It Starts” by Samuel E. Epstein, M. D.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has this new junior book, “The Girl from Felony Bay” by J. E. Thompson. A couple of new easy titles are “Five Little Monkeys Trick or Treat” by Eileen Christelow and “Go Ahead and Dream” by Karen Kingsbury.
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!