UPCOMING ADULT PROGRAMS – FALL 2013
Seating is limited; registration required for all programs.
50 SHADES OF BOOK CLUB – meets on the 1st Monday of each month @ 7 PM
Summer may be over, but book club still sizzles! Join us as we discuss all things romance. Refreshments. Member moderated. Books available one month before the discussion. Call 496-5483 x 323 for more info
Monday, October 7th @ 7 PM – Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James
Monday, Nov. 4th @ 7 pm – Barefoot Season by Susan Mallery
Monday, Dec. 2nd @ 7 pm – TBD
FAUX LEATHER WRAP BRACELET – Saturday, October 19th @ 10 AM
Learn how to make a wrap bracelet using beads, faux leather, & a pretty button closure. Open to Adults & Teens in Gr. 9 & Up. $5 materials fee is due at registration. Space is limited. Stop by the library to register.
SUNDAY DOCUMENTARIES & DISCUSSION @ 2 PM
Join us as we watch a recent documentary followed by a short discussion of the film. Refreshments. Space is limited. Call 496-5483 x 324 to register.
Oct. 20th: GasLand - acclaimed expose of “fracking”
Oct. 27th: Inside Job - 2008 global financial crisis
Nov. 3rd: Food Inc. - corporate controlled food industry
Nov. 10th: The Cove - Japan’s hidden secret
Cornell Co-op Master Gardeners Programs – PUTTING YOUR GARDEN TO BED
Tuesday, October 22nd @ 7 PM
Preparing a garden for overwintering is an art & a science. Learn the basics and apply them to your own collection. Space is limited. Registration required. Call 496-5483 x 324 to register.
TAKE YOUR BEST SHOT!
Saturday, November 2nd, 10 AM – 12 PM
Learn the basics of digital photography including exposure & lighting, and composition. Bring digital camera, manual, memory card, & batteries. Open to Adults & Teens. Space is limited. Call 496-5483 x 324 to register.
TABLE TOP HOLIDAY DECORATIONS
Monday, December 9th @ 7 PM
Watch a demo and learn how to make a tabletop decoration for the holidays. Space is limited. Registration required. Call 496-5483 x 324 to register.
Great Beginnings Book Discussion – For Adults
Pick up a copy of the book starting one month before the discussion. For more info, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 496-5483 x 324.
Tuesday, Oct 8 @ 7 p.m. – Book Cafe
Participants bring a book they have read to share with the group.
Tuesday, Nov 12 @ 7 pm - 11/22/1963 by Stephen King
Tuesday, Dec 10 @ 7 pm – Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
Mystery and Suspense Book Discussion – For Adults
Books are available starting one month before the discussion. For more info, please email: email@example.com or call 496-5483 x 324.
Tuesday, Oct 15 @ 7 p.m. – The Apprentice by Tess Gerritson
Though held behind bars, Hoyt still haunts a helpless city.
Tuesday, Nov. 19th @ 7 pm – The Body Farm by Patricia Cornwell -
When an young girl is found murdered, Kay Scarpetta gets another chance at stopping one of the most heartless & horrifying serial killers of her career: the demented Temple Gault.
Tuesday, Dec 17 @ 7 pm - Espresso Tales by Alexander McCall Smith
Tuesday, Jan 15 @ 7 pm - NYPD Red by James Patterson
FRIENDS OF MOFFAT LIBRARY
ANNUAL MEETING & PRESENTATION
Thursday, October 24th @ 7:30 PM
CHUCK LAROCCA, Civil War Historian, presents:
124th NYS VOLUNTEERS from Gettysburg to Brandy Station
Join the Friends @ 7 PM for their Annual Meeting, where you can find out what exciting events are coming up this year for the Friends. Directly following @ 7:30 PM, noted Civil War historian & author, Chuck LaRocca will be on hand to do a presentation on the 124th New York State Volunteers, otherwise known as the Orange Blossoms. Join us for what is sure to be an enlightening evening! Refreshments. Please call 496-5483 x 324 or stop by library to register.
HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE & FAMILY STORYHOUR
Sunday, December 8th, 1 – 4 PM
Family Storyhour @ 2:00 PM
Come join us for some holiday cheer and good wishes! Refreshments compliments of the Friends of Moffat. Children ages 3 & up w/ one adult (or more!) are invited to join Miss Anna for stories & songs to celebrate the holidays. A gift for every child! Please register for Storyhour by calling 496-5483 x 324 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOLIDAY GIFT BASKETS ON DISPLAY
November 24th – December 20th, 2013
Come in and purchase tickets to take chances on winning a beautiful basket filled with books, gift certificates to local merchants and other goodies. Drawing will take place at the library on Friday, December 20th, at 3pm.
All Friends proceeds go towards the Historic Moffat Capital Building Fund
CONTEMPORARY CLASSICS BOOK CLUB
Discussion moderated by Louise Pedrick
Group meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month @ 12 noon
Books are available one month before the discussion. Call 496-5483 x 324 for info
Thursday, Oct 17th - Elsewhere by Richard Russo
Thursday, Nov 21st @ 12 noon - Beautiful Ruins by jess Walter