Happy 2012 from Your Library!

In which a bestselling author speaks, a baker teaches us how to be gluten free, eReaders are explained, and Alfred Hitchcock's classic films give us the shivers!

Did you know we’ve got our display area across from the circulation desk decked out with books and DVDs to help you start the new year right? Come browse our wide selection of titles on healthy eating & cooking, exercise & fitness, meditation, de-cluttering, and just generally enjoying life more. There’s lots more on display!

Were you the lucky recipient of an eReader this holiday season? On January 7 and 27, Reference Librarian Diana Parker will be holding an eBook Clinic to help you set up your new Kindle, Nook or other device and get comfortable downloading and reading eBooks.  No need to register, just drop in any time from 9:30 a.m. to noon on either day. First come, first served.

Every Wednesday in January we’re showing a different Alfred Hitchcock classic. Join us at 1 p.m.  and chase the winter blahs away with some cinematic thrills! Popcorn and the movie are free.

Regina Brett joins us on Tuesday, January 10 at 7 p.m. with her new book – “Be the Miracle.” If you liked her first collection of essays and columns, you’ll love this. It’s hot off the presses (published the day before) and you can pick up a copy when you come hear her talk. To sign up, drop by the Information Desk, or call us at (330) 688-3295 ext. 4.

On the 25th we’re learning to Bake Gluten Free with , the Betty Crocker Baker’s Challenge Grand Prize Winner and proprietor of Mrs. P's Gluten Free Bakery. Call to register at (330) 688-3295 ext. 4. The class starts at 7 p.m. You’ll get to watch step-by-step demos of how to make delicious gluten free goodies, and you’ll get to taste them too!

Join us at the library, and get 2012 off to a fun start!

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