There are a good many goings on at the Fayette Library this month.
Wendy Adams is the newest member of the library’s staff. Currently living in Fayette, Adams and her family have long frequented the library’s aisles. Along with her husband, Nick, she has three children; Cassi, Emma, and Jacob. Fayette residents are encouraged to stop by and welcome her to her new position.
The library offers an after school program for kindergarteners through fifth graders. Those Kindergarteners are paired with first graders to meet on Tuesdays, while second through fifth graders meet on Thursdays. On November 18 and 20, those in the program will work on crafts. There will be no session the following week, though, as Thanksgiving falls on Thursday.
Children too young for kindergarten are not to be overlooked by the library, either. Every Monday, from 6:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M., story time takes place for kids five years old or younger. On November 17, What Is Thanksgiving will be read, with the kids working on a turkey as a craft. November 24 will not have a story time, as, again, it is the week of Thanksgiving.
With an ever expanding catalog of both books and DVDs, the library gives its patrons a wide variety of imaginative entertainment options. Four new DVDs will be available for checkout on November 18, including Frozen Sing-A-Long, 22 Jump Street, And So It Goes, and If I stay. A week later, on November 25, The Giver, The Expendables 3, The November Man, and What If will be in stock as well.
As for new books, James Patterson’s Hope To Die will come to the library on November 17, while the following day will see The Cinderella Murder by Mary Higgins Clark, The Job by Janet Evanovich, The Mistletoe Promise by Richard Paul Evans, and Captivated By You by Sylvia Day. On November 25, Betrayed, a book by Lisa Scottoline, will also be on the shelves.
The Thursdays @ 7 Book Discussion Group will meet on November 20 at the library. There, members of the club will analyze The Invention of WIngs by Sue Monk Kidd.
The library will be open from 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, November 26, and closed on Thanksgiving Day. It will resume normal business hours on Friday, November 28.
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