The Niobrara County Library is pleased to welcome acclaimed Celtic fingerstyle guitarist Jerry Barlow for a special performance. The event will be held on Sunday, November 2nd at 1:30 pm at the library, 425 S. Main St. in Lusk. The program is free to the community. Barlow is a warm, accessible performer and storyteller. His unique and skillfully delivered repertoire incorporates favorite traditional pieces as well as his own Celtic-inspired compositions. Plan to attend this performance and for more information contact the library at 307.334.3490.
The Dinner & Movie series, “Who Done It?!?” continues with the classic film, “Rear Window” starring Jimmy Stewart, at the library on Monday, October 27 at 6 p.m. Deane Tucker will facilitate the discussion which will include participants at WWC; a light meal is included.
“Earth to Echo” will be shown on Wednesday, October 29 as an Early Release Film at 1:45 p.m. The library provides the popcorn, please bring your own drink.
A new novel is “Haunted” by Randy Wayne White. The house is historic, but it’s been slated to be razed and replaced by condos – unless Hannah Smith can do something about it. She has been hired by a wealthy Palm Beach widow to prove that the house’s seller didn’t disclose everything he knew about it – including its role in a bloody Civil War skirmish (in which Hannah’s great-uncle had a part) and the suicide – or was it murders of the two previous owners. Hannah sees it as win-win opportunity: she can stop the condo project while tracking her family history, what she doesn’t count on is… human obsession.
Other new fiction books are “The Alpine Yeoman” by Mary Daheim, “Cowboys and East Indians: Stories” by Nina McConigley, “Tom Clancy’s Support and Defend” by Mark Greaney, “Dare to Love Again” by Julie Lessman, “Desire Lines” by Christina Baker Kline, “Wolves” by Cary J. Griffith, “Love Comes Home” by Ann H. Gabhart, “Beautiful Oblivion” by Jamie McGuire and “Adultery” by Paulo Coelho. “Vortex” by S. J. Kincaid and “17 First Kisses” by Rachel Allen are among new YA titles.
New non-fiction includes: “After Custer: Loss and Transformation in Sioux Country” by Paul L. Hedren, “Unwind: 7 Principles for a Stress Free Life” by Dr. Michael Olpin and “Crafty Dolls” by Jane Bull.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new books, “Secrets of the Manor: Kate’s Story, 1914” by Adele Whitby, “A Growing Suspicion” by Jacqueline Dembar Greene, “Intruders at Rivermead Manor” by Kathryn Reiss, “Five Little Ghosts” by Patricia Hegarty, “The Midnight Library” by Kazuno Kohara, “Chu’s First Day of School” by Neil Gaiman and “Where is My Homework” by Michael Garland.
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!