PEE-WEE READERS Story Time

We are sorry but we have to cancel Pee-Wee Readers at the library this morning, Wed May 17.  We will reschedule.

Are Your Quilts Ready!

Are you ready to enter a unique and beautiful quilt or quilted item into the 15th annual “Pieces of the Good Life” quilt show?  This year’s show will be held in the Lied Auditorium at the Library during the Tilden Prairie Days celebration on July 28 – 30, 2017.

Whether it’s one you create yourself, a family heirloom you cherish, or a cozy quilt you curl up with, share your love of quilting with others at this year’s quilt show. Entry Form & Letter here.

Flower Seed Lending Project

In conjunction with celebrating National Arbor Day, and in the hopes of contributing more flowers to the Tilden Prairie Days celebration held at the end of July, the  Library is starting a free Flower Seed Lending Project for anyone who is currently a library member, or would like to become a library member…read more.

Hella’s Book Review

This month Hella reviews the book The Dressmaker’s Dowry by Meredith Jaeger
It is the Author’s first novel which combines both historical and contemporary events.

In present day San Francisco Sarah Havensworth is struggling to complete a novel she is writing for her Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing. She has quit her job as a journalist in order to write full time.  She is afraid to tell her husband about her writer’s block and  about a secret she has kept for more than fourteen years. Then an old newspaper article sparks her interest and gives her new inspiration. The headline reads: Missing Seamstresses Presumed Dead.  Read the full review

If you’ve read a book that you think others will enjoy, share it with us

 

Fireside Chat Book Discussion

Join us for our next book discussion group on Thurs May 25 at 6:30 pm by the fireplace.

We will be discussing the book The Dressmaker by Kate Alcott. Books are available at the library for check out.

Just in time for the centennial anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic comes a vivid, romantic, and relentlessly compelling historical novel about a spirited young woman, Tess,  who survives the disaster only to find herself embroiled in the media frenzy left in the wake of the tragedy…..Read more.