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Take a Look at our Nook!
We now have Nook Simple Touches that you can place holds on and checkout with pre-loaded books- titles include GONE GIRL, THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy, FIFTY SHADES OF GREY trilogy and many more. Ask the Adult Services Desk or the circulation desk - take one for a "test drive" today!
Street Release: My Bookshelf
Never sure when your favorite author is coming out with a new book? Want to be notified automatically when your favorite, newest fiction releases are ready for you to pick-up at the library. Join our Street Release by either printing out the form then bringing it into the library or stop in and fill one out. It's that easy!
Coffee and . . .
For Retirees and Seniors, the library meeting room is open on Mondays from 9am - 11am for you to enjoy a cup of coffee and . . . while you glance at the local newspapers, magazines, etc.
The Casual Crafter
We had our final craft session for the season. Look for more crafts and conversation beginning in September. Knitter or Crocheter? Join us on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays May - August (2-4pm) - bring your project or just yarn and your hook or needles and learn something new (see It's all About the Yarn - below).
Book Log Drawing
Congraulations to our Spring basket winner - Carol G. The next book logs will be available in the Fall. Don't forget to sign up (beginning June 1) for our Summer Reading Program - Have Book Will Travel.
Library Perks for Adults
Library Perks for Adults are available every day over by the newspapers and magazines. Have a cup of coffee or tea on us!
Just the Basics (Free Computer Tutoring)
If you are interested in signing up or for more information contact Noreen (478-3987 - Adult Services). This class is not designed to be able to help people who need help in maintaining their Windows Operating System, or who currently have any other "technical" problems on their home computer. The goal of this class is to help those patrons who may be intimidated by getting started on a computer, and that this will allow them to start using the computer resources here at the library. Our recent Universal Classes purchase has offerings to help with Microsoft programs such as Word (see top of page).
It's All About the Yarn
Grab your needles/hooks and don't forget the yarn. Dale Ann, our knitting/crocheting guru, will be on hand the second and fourth Wednesday during the months of May, June, July and August to get you stitching in no time. Beginners or experienced? No problem. Come to the Library between 2-4pm and bring your supplies. You can call the Library for more information (815-478-3987).
Manhattan-Elwood Quilting Group
So much going on that we have created a separate page - right side tab - to keep us sewing on the right path.
If you would like more information or to get added to our Group contact Noreen by email (email@example.com) or phone.
Women Watching Movies
Friday, June 7, 2013 at 7pm - We will be watching past Golden Globe winners voted on by the group - contact the Library for the winning titles. Popcorn and tissues provided. Call or email your reservation.