Nothing is worse than feeling under the weather, but nothing makes us feel better like the company of a good friend. So today, in honor of spring allergy season, we're going to be reading Boy and Bot and other stories all about friends who go the extra mile to help their sickly pals in a pinch. This morning at 10:30 AM.
We love nothing more than going to see the bats fly out from underneath the Congress Bridge at dusk. So we've decided to have a storytime devoted to our winged, bug eating, nocturnal friends. We’ll read Stellaluna along with other batty tales just for fun. Plus, we’ll be making our very own bat wings! This morning at 10:30 AM.
Mooooooo! Oink! Nay! Squeak! Down on the farm, real outdoor adventures tend to include swatting bugs, mowing hay, milking cows, and drinking plenty of lemonade to cool off. But these stories about farm life make everything seem like a lot more fun and
a lot less work. So today we’ll be reading Punk Farm along with other haybailin’ tales for you to enjoy! This morning at 11:30 AM.
Join the History of Mystery Class when we meet to take a look at
those authors, issues and novels that have shaped the course of crime
fiction over the years. This time, we'll be discussing Hot Rock by Donald E. Westlake, as well as screening the film Hot Rock.
The screening will begin at 4PM, the discussion is at 6PM.
This meeting is free and open to the public. All are welcome. If crime fiction is your thing, be sure to check out the MysteryPeople Blog.
Come join Tommy and Wil the first Monday of every month at 7PM as they
explore the worlds of fiction's greatest mysteries. But you must hurry -
the game is already afoot. This month's title is Death On the Nile by Agatha Christie.