After the Thanksgiving break, Story Time at the library resumes on Tuesday, December 2, at Adams Memorial and Wednesday, December 3, at Auburntown. Bring your little ones in to hear a story and begin to develop a love for the written word.
The final book club meeting of 2014 will be held on Monday, December 1, so grab a copy of Fannie Flagg's, A Redbird Christmas and join the fun. The meeting is also the book club Christmas Party, so if you plan on joining the festivities, please bring a dish to share. The book club will not meet again until April. Come and meet the lively people in the group and help choose the book that will launch the club in 2015.
Computer Essentials class continues this week with the second meeting on Thursday, December 4. If you've signed up don't forget to be at Adams Memorial Library by 9:30 a.m. for the second, fun and exciting hands on class about computers. There are still a few spaces available for this class, so you might be able to join late and catch up. See instructor for more information. Due to a lack of participation, Tuesday evening classes have been cancelled.
On Saturday, December 6, Adams Memorial will participate in the Lions Club Tour of Homes. Be sure to get your ticket to this annual fund raiser and visit your library after hours to see it decorated for the holidays.
If you're a home school family, be sure to mention this at the circulation desk of either Adams or Auburn to receive information on the Cannon County Home School Group. They are having a Christmas party in the Jennings Community Room and are in the planning stages for several other holiday events. This is a great way to network with other families in home education.
Finally, don't forget December 16 at 5:30 p.m. we'll host a special holiday visitor for all the children both young and old. The book sale is in progress for holiday gifts and genealogy books are available for sale as well. There is something for everyone at the library. Come by and check us out.