Photo by Ed Pelletier
NEWS AND EVENTS
Great programs are are scheduled for March to bring in the spring.
Tech Talk and Tech Help with John Dearie is on Saturday March 8 from 1:30-4:00pm. Bring your questions and your devices for hands-on help and solutions. Refreshments provided.
On March 15, from 1:00-3:00pm, Greg Maichack will present his pastel workshop, Sublime Sunflowers. In this fun pastel painting workshop for adults, Mr. Maichack will provide insights into the lives of the old masters who painted the Sunflower: Vincent van Gogh, Monet, and Georgia O’Keeffe. A beautifully structured sunflower drawing of one of O’Keeffe’s sunflower paintings will be the jumping off point for participants as they are coached to create their own sunflower pastel painting. The essentials of pastel painting will be demonstrated as participants follow along. As always, all will keep their pastel paintings and use hundreds of his professional-grade pastels, paper, and materials. Stop by, email or call the library to sign up for this popular program.
Genealogy will meet on March 6 at 7:00pm.
February’s book discussion is on Thursday the 27th. We will be discussing Suzanne Collins’s book, The Hunger Games. In March we will be reading Nevada Barr’s Track of the Cat.
The All-girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion – Fanny Flagg
The Cloak Society: Villains Rising – Jeramey Kraatz
Darkwalker – Duncan Eagleson
The Demigod Diaries -Rick Riordan
Life after life – Kate Atkinson
Longbourn – Jo Baker
Man of Steel (DVD)
One Good Dog – Susan Wilson
Pilgrim’s Wilderness: a true story of faith and madness on the Alaska frontier (CD) – Tom Kizzia
Saving Gracie – Carol Bradley
Sing You Home – Jody Picoult
The Toddler’s Chant – Stanford M. Forrester
The new New Shelf is the first one in the main room.
Check the Recent Acquistions lists near the photocopier.
SAVE YOUR BOOKS!! The Friends of the Worthington Library will be having their Annual Book Sale on Saturday, April 26. Hopefully, we won’t need a snow date.
Our Artist of the Month for February is Joan Hicks, also known as Sparrow. Bold colorful paintings grace the walls of the library. Come in and take a look.
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