Library faces a busy October
New and Noteworthy
The library has the latest bestsellers as well as other titles of interest including the following:
“The Messy Baker: More Than 75 Delicious Recipes from a Real Kitchen” by Charmian Christie. This cookbook is filled with fabulous recipes you’ll want to try yourself…regardless of the mess! Christie also maintains a blog at http://www.themessybaker.com
“Encyclopedia of Garden Plants for Every Location — DK Publications — An easy to follow guide of what to plant where and when filled with colorful illustrations.
“Gutenberg’s Apprentice” by Alix Christie a fictionalized account of the life and times of Gutenberg, the man credited with inventing the movable press and his apprentice, a scribe who reasons that the soul of a book is lost through mass production.
This project is designed to repurpose the existing building to enhance and improve function and efficiency in both the public and staff areas of the library. Below are some things you’ll need to know as we move forward with this exciting project. Plans are available for viewing at the library or on the website. Your comments and suggestions are welcome.
Special October Checkout
The library is offering a special checkout option in October. Borrow Churchill County Library materials (excluding new books, DVDs, and Books on CD) during the month of October and return them the week of March 2, 2015.
So, if you are a teacher wanting to supplement your classroom library, spend the winter learning the fine art of French cooking, or are interested in reading a biography about James Madison, Mark Twain, or Marie Antoinette, this option will allow plenty of time to learn that new skill or read a lengthy tome.
Choose your winter project and stop by the library today to check out accompanying resources.
Library Storytime will relocate to the Churchill County Museum at 1050 S. Maine St., beginning Wednesday, Nov. 5, at 11 a.m. This is a great opportunity to listen to stories and do a craft with your children. It’s a fun time for everyone!
The library will be closed from Oct. 30-Nov. 1 to relocate the library and to celebrate Nevada Day. Library services will resume on Nov. 3 at the Annex at 507 S. Maine St. Online services and resources are always available 24/7 via the website at http://www.churchillcountylibrary.org.
Photographs and updates are available on the library website at http://www.churchilllibrary.com
Carol Lloyd is the director of the Churchill County Library. She is available at the library or by email at email@example.com.