The Thanksgiving leftovers have dwindled down to nothing but a stray black olive and the cranberry casserole from Aunt Betty that no one was brave enough to eat. So let’s loosen our belts and soldier on to December, as brave as Clara’s Nutcracker Prince, where visions of sugar plums and other yummy things dance through our heads. Our Christmas selection of books is on display; The Gift by Richard Paul Evans, Martha Stewart’s Cookies cookbook and The Little Matchbox Girl to get you started. Or try The Best Yes: Making Wise Decisions in the Midst of Endless Demands by Lysa Terkeurst.
Don’t want to bake, but still want to have some homemade goodies for family and neighbors? Please stop by your library this Saturday, December 6th for our Holiday Bake Sale sponsored by our Friends of the Library. Beginning at 9am and running until 11:30, coffee and rolls will be served while people can pick out holiday treats to take home. The proceeds will go towards programming for both adults and young people. We’re also having a big book sale-take a bag home for a $1.
Do you want to meet Anna and Elsa from Frozen? The sisters are visiting us here at your library, also on Saturday, December 6th at 5pm. This event is only for children in the 2nd grade and younger, please. The Frozen sisters will read a story and sing a song. Parents can then take their child’s photo with the characters afterwards. Don’t be a Grinch, visit your library!