Join us this month as we discuss BossyPants by Tina Fey. Books available at the Checkout Desk one month before meeting.
Learn the impact prosecutors have on the criminal justice system and your community. Learn questions to ask candidates for County Prosecutor.
The decade began with the high of women getting the vote and ended with the lows of a stock market collapse. In between, The Jazz Singer and Steamboat Willie premiered, John Scopes and Mae West went on trial, and the World Series was broadcast on the radio for the first time. The modern world was being formed, but everyone still had to eat! Learn about some darb recipes from the 1920s with Lakehouse owner/baker Keegan Rodgers and hear about national and local history from historian/writer Patti Smith Don’t be a wurp and come out and join us! No mazuma required–it’ll be berries!
Want to participate in a book club but don’t have a lot of extra time? Check-out Busy People’s Book Club, CDL’s new group that meets every other month on the third Tuesday. Enjoy reading books of all genres that are 300 pages or less. This group meets in the library’s new large study room upstairs.
The March selection is Dear Mrs. Bird by A. J. Pearce.