Sunday, September 28, 2014

This week at the library...

All Toddler Times and Preschool Story Times continue at all three libraries,
per last week's schedule…

Central Library, 6:45 p.m.

SAT Essay Writing Seminar,
hosted by Kaplan Test Prep

This seminar is for teens in grades 11 and 12 only. You must sign up by emailing with your name, grade, email address, and telephone number. Seats are limited. Participants please arrive by 6:45, as we will start promptly at 7:00!

is the start of our Teen Read Month writing contest…

Turn Dreams Into Reality...
Have you ever wanted to go back to the French Revolution…or back to last week before you embarrassed yourself in front of that girl you like? Have you ever wanted to go forward…to next week, to see if you got the part you wanted in the school play, or 25 years into the future to see how your life turned out? Write about it! This contest is for teens in grades 6-12 only. Stories can be three to six pages long (double-spaced, typed), and can include any type of story as long as it incorporates time travel! Submit them at the reference desk of your library, or send them to, by October 31 at 5:00 p.m.! Prizes will be awarded for the top stories. Stay tuned...

Central Library, 7:00 p.m.


Guest speaker Anne Sullivan discusses a riveting pairing of one-act masterpieces, written more than two centuries apart: 
In Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, a queen falls prey to the machinations of a formidable enemy, losing her heart to a man who abandons her. In Bela Bartok's suspenseful orchestral showpiece Bluebeard's Castle, an impulsive young bride turns her back on her family, only to uncover increasingly dark truths about her new husband.

Buena Vista branch, 2:00 p.m.
Story Time Room

This week:
MONSTER HOUSE (91 minutes)

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