Summer’s Almost Gone . . .
. . . but your libraries are here with great materials, programs and events for the changing season. In addition to our ongoing features, such as book clubs, game nights, crafts and story hour for preschoolers, we have special events all season long. Here are a couple of examples:
On Saturday, Sept. 28 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm , author, environmentalist and ethnographer, John Olin, will be at EHFPL for a reading/signing of his novel Babaru of the South Seas. It is about the Solomon Islands, the people who live there, the impacts of climate change, and the efforts to save endangered leatherback sea turtles. The author describes the YA/Teen book as “an ethnographic study in the form of a novel.” The presentation will be educational and entertaining. We hope you’ll join us.
Then on to more stories. On Wednesday Oct. 2nd, listen to Bat Tales: True Encounters with Bats presented by Maureen Heidtmann and her winged friends. 6:30 at EHFPL.
There are many other events and happenings at your neighborhood libraries – so check them out!