Story Hour: Second Saturday of each month at 10:00.
Lap Story Time for babies and toddlers: Third Tue. - 11:30
at the Golden Harvest Grange on Route 2
Bake Sale : Third Sat. of each month 9:00 to 1:00+ at
Ye Ole General from September through March. There will
be no bake sale in December this year.
Adult Book and Craft Hour: Each Thursday from 6:00 to
7:00. Bring your handiwork to share. Need some help with
a craft? One of us may be able to help you.
Community Tree Lighting: A John Bapst Choral group will
sing from 3:30 to 4:00 and then join everyone as the tree
lights are turned on at 4:00.. Refreshments will follow at
the Historical Society and at the Masonic Hall. All are
invited to share in this community event.
|Winners by Danielle Steel|
|Sycamore Row by John Grisham|
|Doing Hard Time (Stone Barrington) by Stuart Woods|
|Critical Mass by Sara Paretsky|
|Loss of Innocencn by Richard North Patterson|
|White Fire by Preston and Child|
|Lessons I Learned as Foster Parent by Mary Callahan|
|The Bangor Symphony Orchestra by J. D. Bieradorfer|
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck by Jeff Kinney|
|The Rescue Princesses: The Wishing Pearl by Paula Harrison|
| The Fire Ascending by Chris D'Lacey|
|Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson|
THURSDAY NIGHT CRAFT/READ GROUP
On Thursday nights crafters meet at the library.
Any crafter is welcome to join us as we discuss
our projects and the books that we are reading.
If you are a "foodie, or just enjoy a mystery
with delicious recipes included, then you might
like the Hannah Swensen Mystery series,
complete with recipes. One of our patron's
commented that the latest book, "Cinnamon
Roll Murder" was an enjoyable read and not too
heavy a mystery.
Lap Story Time for Babies and Toddlers:
Come to the Golden Harvest Grange, the third
Tuesday of each month at 11:30 with your baby
or toddler for a program that includes story
reading, a social time and a treat.
| BROWNSTONE BOOK GRANT BOOKS
Simpson Memorial Library has received a gift of 100 new children's books, ranging from
pre-kindergarden through early reader level from the Brownstone Book Fund, a private
foundation in New York City. The Foundation is interested in fostering early reading,
love of books and encouraging parents and children to read together. Come to the
library to explore and enjoy this wonderful addition to our collection!
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