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Family Book Club

March 2019: I'm New Here by Anne Sibley O'Brien. Check out the library's monthly book pick and accompanying discussion questions to foster conversation about diversity and difference between caregivers and kids. Take the book home to read and discuss with your family, or together with friends and neighbors.
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New Slacker Title: The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See

The new Slacker is another powerful novel of culture from the author of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan.
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    Golf Fitness: Injury Prevention 101

    Wed, March 13 @ 10-11:30 am Back pain slowing your  game?  Shoulder pain limiting your swing? Jaimee Mace, MSPT, will share tips to reduce pain during every day activities and teach key stretches that will keep you on the golf course for years to come.
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    Get a Job: Workshop for Teens

    Thursday, March 14 @ 7pm. Thinking of attending the library's Teen Job & Volunteer Fair? Planning to look for a summer job, internship or community service opportunity? This interactive workshop will help prepare you for meeting potential employers and getting a job that interests you. Grades 8-12, registration required as seats are limited.
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    Sing-A-Long with Peter Sheridan

    Join us on Friday, March 8 @ 10 - 10:30 am for our infant/toddler sing-a-long! Musician Peter Sheridan will entertain with his guitar, harmonica, special guests, and more. Presented one Friday a month, the sing-a-long is for infants and toddlers with their caregivers. Big siblings welcome!
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    Poetry Workshop

    Join us for a five week poetry workshop starting on Tuesday March 5 at 6:30 pm, with poetry enthusiast and facilitator Richard Bardet.
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    TeenLit: For fans of One of Us Is Lying…

    If you enjoyed One of Us Is Lying by Karen McManus, then try one of these teen reads! Find them now on display in the Teen Area.
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    Author Visit: Dr. Edward Hallowell – Because I Come From a Crazy Family

    Meet Dr. Edward Hallowell, psychiatrist, ADHD specialist and author of a new memoir, Because I Come From a Crazy Family on Wednesday, March 20 at 7 PM.
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    SAVE THE DATE! Teen Job & Volunteer Fair

    Thursday, March 21 @ 5:00-7:00pm Representatives from local businesses looking to recruit teens will be available to answer questions and discuss potential job & volunteer opportunities. Drop in to chat with employers and share your resume! No registration required. Teens grades 8-12 only.
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