Well, I’m back from PLA with a head-full of ideas and notes. I’ll type them up and report later. However, we’ve got a lot of stuff coming up this week at the library.
The Nonfiction Book Group meets this Thursday, 3/22, at 6:30 p.m. to discuss In the Garden of Beasts. Jen will lead the group this month, which should be interesting. April’s book is Columbine, a large-ish book, so pick it up early if you’re interested. Cafe Parlez meets on March 29, and I will be leading the discussion on The Invention of Hugo Cabret starting at 6:30.
Saturday March 24 will be a busy day. We’re starting out the day with Coffee with the Candidates, starting at 9:30. Meet some of the candidates for local office before the election in April. Coffee and pastries will be served. At 11:30, Aoife Clancy will be entertaining the younger crowd with Musik-n-Fun: A St. Paddy’s Day Celebration. Children ages 4-10 are urged to sign up.
Someone dropped off two large boxes of cookbooks last week, and we’ve got them for sale, $1 for hardcovers, $.50 for paperbacks (depending on size). There are some *ahem* elderly cookbooks here, which usually are a real hoot. Someone already picked up the Boston Cooking School cookbook, mainly for its recipes on serving pigeon. Drop by.