One Town One Title 2018 is underway!
For the next month, there will be opportunities to read more about Native American life and discuss what we’ve learned with our friends and neighbors! You can get more information on our programs on the One Town One Title page of our website, but here is a quick breakdown of what is happening between now and April 12:
- Free books (through April 12 or while supplies last!) available at the Library, Pine Island Bank, and Betty Sue’s Better Brew Cafe
- Tribal Justice Screening and Community Discussion – March 27
- Book Club discussion of the book – April 4
- Author Kent Nerburn visit – April 12
Please take a look at the One Town One Title page for more information on each event and we look forward to seeing you soon!
We are closing at 4:00 this afternoon due to the snow. Stay safe and warm!
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We have a book signing tonight! Jeff Thompson (using the pen name T. Norman) is coming to sign his debut book, The Blood-Stained Heir from 6:00-7:30 at the library. Thompson was a 2009 graduate of Pine Island High School and he is excited to share his fantasy adventure story with his home town. He will have his book available for purchase for $10.
We are closed on Monday, February 19 in honor of Presidents Day. We look forward to seeing you again on Tuesday!
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During the month of February you can go on mystery date! All of the wrapped packages on the display upstairs are romance novels, waiting to whisk you away from the everyday. Just take a wrapped book to the circulation desk to check it out!
Take your “date” home and get acquainted. It may be funny, have a Christian bend, be a classic, or even be a contemporary romance. There will be no lulls in conversation, awkward questions, or the need to dress up.
Sure, it might turn out to be a dud, or it could be the diamond in the rough you wouldn’t look twice at otherwise. There’s no knowing until you check it out…
Don’t worry if you don’t like it. You can just bring it back and no one’s feelings will be hurt.
Stay tuned for a version of this in the youth library too!
Construction on the Main Street Apartments is underway. Key Builders out of Rochester has started digging the hole across the alley from the Library. Please be aware of construction vehicles and traffic!
Speaking of construction… Our small, five stall parking lot on the alley will no longer be available. Key Builders construction trailer will be stationed there for the duration of construction.
We are not sure of the exact day they’ll be moving in, so just be aware that the lot may or may not be available the next time you visit. The lot is already coned off and the trailer moves in on Friday, 1/26.
Thank you for your patience and understanding!
We are closed today, Monday, January 22 due to the worsening winter weather. Stay warm & safe!
We are closed today, January 15, 2018, to honor Martin Luther King Jr Day.