A Shroud for a Nightingale by P.D. James Hailed as “mystery at its best” by The New York Times, Shroud for a Nightingale is the fourth book in bestselling author P.D. James’s Adam Dalgliesh mystery series and the third book in the Today’s Mysteries KHC Book TALK series. The young women of Nightingale House are there to learn to nurse and comfort the suffering. But when one of the students… Read more »
Have you heard about arm knitting? A quick and fun knitting method that doesn’t use any knitting needles. Your hands and arms do it all! Susan Weston will teach you how to make a scarf in this special knitting class. Please bring 2 skeins of bulky yarn. Fee: $5.00 Registration is required. P.S. Don’t worry. Sue will be holding her ever-popular basic knitting class starting in January.
Gary Walker of Lawing Financial will be at the library to present a short program about Social Security. Join us to learn about: How to apply for Social Security? When should you start taking benefits? How are your Social Security benefits taxed? You’ve worked hard for a comfortable retirement. Make sure you know how to coordinate Social Security benefits into your overall retirement strategy. This program is a repeat of… Read more »
The small stationary machine revolutionized work, giving technology and power to all aspects of industrial and farm life. The number, types and uses of these machines were once huge, but declined as electrification became widespread. Tim Christoff will be sharing a part of his collection of antique stationary machines for display here at the library the last half of the month. Come by and see this amazing artifact of farm… Read more »