Thank you for stopping in to view the Wyoming Grasslands photo exhibit, we are in the process of scheduling future shows of local talent, if you are interested in showing your work please stop by and visit with us.
Have you checked out the Genealogy Database lately? There are now over 8,000 obituaries entered, almost 3,000 birth records, and just fewer than 400 historical records – be sure to check it all out online.
Monday, March 28 the “Films of Woody Allen” series continues with “Hannah and Her Sisters” at 6 p.m. The film looks at three sisters and the relationship they have with each other as well as the men in their lives. Woody Allen has managed to combine deep poignancy with hilarious comedy in this 1986 Oscar winning film (best screenplay, best actor and best actress). The movie is rated PG-13 and is 103 minutes, a light meal will be available. All library programs are free and open to the public.
A new novel by Sally Hepworth is “The Things We Keep.” Eve Bennett, suddenly thrust into the role of single mother to a bright and vivacious 7-year-old daughter, finds herself putting her culinary training to use at Rosalind House, an assisted-living facility. She meets Anna and Luke and is moved by the bond forged by the pair. When a tragic incident leads Anna and Luke’s family to separate them Eve finds herself questioning what she is willing to risk to help them. Her own secrets and desperate circumstances raise the stakes even higher.
Other new fiction books include “Easy Street” by Richard S. Wheeler, “Dark Paradise” by Winter Renshaw, “Night Study” by Maria V. Snyder, “The Art of War” by Stephen Coonts, “The One For Me” by Sydney Landon, “All Day and a Night” by Alafair Burke, “The Bands of Mourning” by Brandon Sanderson, “Beyond the Silence” by Tracie Peterson and “Meet Me at the Beach” by V.K. Sykes. “Deliverance” by C.J. Redwine and “Wandering Star” by Romina Russell are among new YA titles.
“Married and Still Loving It: the Joys and Challenges of the Second Half” by Gary Chapman, “The Perfect Deception: Why Trying to Be Perfect is Sabotaging Your Relationships, Making You Sick, and Holding Your Happiness Hostage” by Jane Bluestein, PhD., and “How to Build Chicken Coops: Everything You Need to Know” by Samantha Johnson.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books, “The Skeleton Tree” by Iain Lawrence, “James to the Rescue” by Elise Broach and “Bad Kitty Goes to the Vet” by Nick Bruel. Among the new titles for the easy readers are “Kraya: the Blood Shark“by Adam Blade, “Across the Sea” by Ruth Homberg and “The Berenstain Bears are Superbears” by Mike Berenstain.
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!