Adult Coloring Night
Our Adult Coloring night for this month will be on Thursday, April 14 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Pictures and colored pencils will be available to use, but you can also bring your own supplies.
Please call the Library or stop in at the adult circulation desk to sign up for this class.
Family Fun Night
Family Fun Night will be on Friday, April 29 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. We will be watching The Peanuts Movie. Popcorn and candy will be provided. Please call the Library, or stop in at the children’s circulation desk to register for the program. Please note parents must stay with their children for the entire program.
Carruth Studios Fundraiser
For the month of April we will be having a fundraiser with Carruth Studios. It will run through Saturday, April 30. Carruth Studios is a locally based company out of Waterville that has all kinds of hand-crafted sculptures for your garden. Orders will be received 2-3 weeks after they are sent in. We will receive 40% of the sales, so stop in during the month of April to pick up a catalog, and help support your library.
Thursdays @ 7
The Book Club will meet Thursday, April 28. The book that will be discussed is Prodigal Son by
In a matter of days, Peter McDowell loses everything he has worked so hard for. The stock market crash not only plunges Peter into joblessness, it causes a rift in his marriage that he cannot repair. Stripped of everything, he has only one place to retreat, to a lakeside cottage he inherited from his parents. With no other choice, the prodigal son goes home.
Michael McDowell, Peter’s twin, serves others without regard to personal gain. Only Peter knows how Michael manipulated their parents when the boys were young, ultimately driving Peter away. At first Peter dreads seeing Michael again, but to his surprise, their reunion is tender and real. Later, as Peter goes over his late mother’s journals, does the truth begin to emerge. Who is his twin? Is the façade real, or does something terrifying lie beneath? What he discovers will change their lives forever, the lives of their children, and an entire town.
If you are interested in joining the book club, stop in the Library and pick up a book.
Card Making Class
This class will be Wednesday, April 13 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. We will be making Spring Cards. Samples are on display at the adult circulation desk. Please call the library or stop in at the adult circulation desk to sign up for this class.
Monthly Trivia Challenge
The Trivia Challenge for this month will be a Magazine Scramble. We will take images of the covers of different magazines and scramble them up. You will then have to try to identify that magazine.
The winners of the March Trivia Challenge were:
McDonald’s Gift Cards—Ashley Borer and Sara Lynch
Chocolate Bunnies—Anna Roth and Tammy Blair
The answers were:
4. The Lost World
National Library Week
National Library Week will be celebrated through April 15. We will have drawings and hand out freebies and goodies all week. So stop in that week and check out all that’s happening!
After School Program
Our After School Program this year will be held at the Fayette School Library from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. Grades K-1 come on Tuesdays, and grades 2-5 come on Thursdays. Students will need a note from a parent to stay after school for this program.
April 19—Girls only party
April 21—Boys only party
April 26 & 28—Play Day
Story Time is for children ages 2 to 5 not yet in Kindergarten. Children ages 2 and 3 are required to have an adult stay with them for the entire session. Story Time meets every Monday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
April 18—Book: How Do I Know It’s Spring?
Craft: Paper Tree Blossoms
April 25—Book: Planting A Rainbow
Craft: Little Daffodil Sign
April 5—The Von Trapp Family
April 5—Star Wars: The Force Awakens
April 19—The Lady in the Van
April 19—Norm of the North
April 19—The Revenant
April 26—Son of Saul
April 26—Jane Got a Gun
Mark your calendars for the following programs that will be coming in May at the Library.
May 2—Decorate Terra Cotta Pots for Mother’s Day
May 16—Titanic Tea
Tax forms are available in our lobby. We are limited again this year on the forms the IRS has sent to us. If you need any we don’t have, you may go to www.irs.gov to download any forms you may need.
The Stubborn Father by Wanda Brunstetter
As Time Goes By by Mary Higgins Clark
The 14th Colony by Steve Berry
Moss Hysteria by Kate Collins
The Rebel by Marta Perry
Family Jewels by Stuart Woods
Miss Julia Inherits a Mess by Ann Ross
What We Find by Robyn Carr
Reunion Pass by Emily March
Some Woman by Emily Liebert
Glory Over Everything by Kathleen Grissom
Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly
One With You by Sylvia Day
The Murder of Mary Russell by Laurie King
Hamilton: The Revolution by Lin-Manuel Miranda
The Obsession by Nora Roberts
Most Wanted by Lisa Scottoline
Titans by Leila Meacham
Miller’s Valley by Anna Quindlen
Til Death Do Us Part by Amanda Quick
The Last Mile by David Baldacci
An Amish Match by Jo Ann Brown
A Daughter’s Dream by Shelley Shepard Gray
Extreme Prey by John Sandford
Best of My Love by Susan Mallery
Hide Away by Iris Johansen
Lone Heart Pass by Jodi Thomas
The Earl Takes All by Lorraine Heath
A Buccaneer at Heart by Stephanie Laurens
Treasured by Sherryl Woods
New Books On CD
April 5—The 14th Colony by Steve Berry
April 12—The Obsession by Nora Roberts
April 19—The Last Mile by David Baldacci
April 26—Extreme Prey by John Sandford
New Young Adult Books
April 5—The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead
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