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DREAM BIG . . . SAVE THE DATE: MAY 31ST STARTS THE SUMMER READING AT THE BLUE HILL LIBRARY!!!! MORE INFORMATION TO COME . . .
HOLIDAY CLOSINGS THE LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED OVER THE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24TH MONDAY, DECEMBER 26TH MONDAY. JANUARY 2ND
A TISKET, A TASKET A CHANCE TO WIN A CHRISTMAS BASKET Sponsored by the Blue Hill Public Library Friends Foundation TICKETS 1 FOR $1 OR 6 FOR $5 DRAWING TO BE HELD ON DECEMBER 3RD RAFFLE TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE BLUE HILL LIBRARY OR AT THE CHRISTMAS BAZAAR THE BHPLFF’S GOAL [...]
Longer Open Hours Now that fall is here and schedules have settled down; the evenings are getting longer and maybe there is time to spend more hours at home and in the house so the winter hours are going into effect at the Blue Hill Public Library on Monday, September 26th: Monday 9:00 A.M. – Noon Wednesday [...]
“STERN MEN” No, not a story about cross and crabby fellows – this is the first novel by Elizabeth Gilbert who went on to write the best-seller “Eat, Pray, Love” ; but her debut work is about a young woman finding her way in the man’s world of lobster fishing off the coast of [...]
One World – Many Stories is the theme of the Summer Reading Program at the Library this summer. Children that have completed 1st through 6th grades are invited to visit and explore many corners of the world without leaving our own hometown this summer. Beginning on May 26th for six weeks on Thursday [...]
“MARCH” This is the title of the next book for the Book Circle for the month of April. Written by Geraldine Brooks, it is the fictional account of Mr. March, the father of the girls in Little Women, and his decision to go off to aid the Union cause during the Civil War.
“FLUSH” – A light-hearted and fictional look at the problems of pollution in the Florida Keys caused by a floating casino and the solution proposed by an inventive youngster; this is the title being read by the Book Circle for the month of March at the library. Something tropical to take us away from dreary [...]
“Devil in the White City” – Erik Larson “Murder, magic and madness at the fair that changed America.” The book that Blue Hill Book Circle will be reading for February is a true account of the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago and the glory of the fair combined with the mystery of a series of murders.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS! The Library wishes you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, but will not be open on those days to serve you with books, videos or other items. Please stop by on other regular days. There will be no fines for any material that might have been due on December 25th or [...]