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Special Meeting of the Library Advisory Board October, 3 at 11:30 a.m.
Special meeting will be to review a Memorandum of Understanding
All About Fermenting and Probiotics with Vicki 6 pm Sept. 29
The 5th part of a series on healthy nutrition, join us at the library to learn everything you need to know about fermenting foods the healthy way and the wonders of Probiotics. Vicki will have samples for everyone and easy to follow instructions.
Looking for A New Group? We have 'em!
AlgerWrites is looking for members! Do you want to join a writing group? Ready to write that novel or try your hand at poetry or non-fiction? The Library writing support group and will be participating in NANOWRIMO, the National Novel Writing Month in November. Bring your laptop (or use ours), find a comfy spot in the library and write! NANOWRIMO challenges you to write a novel in 30 days! We will put the coffee on for you! Call today for more information!
AlgerRoots needs members to get a genealogy group together. There are a wealth of free resources and Ancestry.com is free to use in the library! This group will help each other in finding out more about their personal family histories and work together to develop genealogy resources for the library and Alger County. With no genealogical society in Alger County, AlgerRoots is an important first step for those interested in helping build valuable resources for years to come. Ask how you can help!
AlgerTeens will launch in November and it will be teen driven. Activities will include game playing, crafts, card leagues, maker days, contests, programs that appeal to teens, teen oriented book club and more. 5 teen volunteers are needed for the AlgerTeen Advisory Board (ATAB) by November 1. See Mrs. Cromell for more information. First meeting will be Tuesday Nov. 1 at 2:45 in the library.
AlgerReads is the new name of our long standing book club formerly known as Club Read. This lively group reads a book per month and holds a discussion/get together at the library on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. With a great selection of upcoming titles, you will never be without a fantastic read! To find out more and get your name on the list for the upcoming book, please call the library at 906-387-2125.
Sept Film Lineup - Documentary
Tues. Sept. 27 ------------- Who Killed the Electric Car
All Films Start at 3 pm at the Library
Storytime for Preschoolers
TaleSpinners Storytime will start up again on Sept 26 for pre-school aged children and their caregivers and will be every Monday morning at 10 am. Join Mrs. Malone for great fun, stories, music and crafts. Programs run about 35-45 minutes.
Get Your Favorite Magazines Online ! Zinio for Great Lakes Digital Libraries is available for your use. There are about 100 magazine titles with simultaneous access to each issue as it is published. Patrons go to the website (URL below); register using an email address & library borrower's barcode; search our shared library collection of magazine titles; and, by clicking on a magazine cover, subscribe to the title. Each time a new issue is published, an email alert will let you know that the issue is available. If you want to use a mobile device to read the magazine, you will need to download a Zinio app. The Zinio Button on the left side of this webpage will bring you to the website or: Click here to try Zinio Online Magazines today. Click here for List of Magazines Click here for User Guide Click here for Library Announcement about Zinio Magazines
Searching for Ancestors? - AlgerRoots meets in Library---Alger Roots, a newly formed Geneological group is meeting each last Wednesday at 10:30 am in the Public Library. The group is comprised of many resourceful individuals, who are coming together to share their talents, and provide an avenue to learn more of the History and Families in the Alger County Area, and make information more readily available. Using Family Search to search for Ancestors usually gets results. There are many sites that have records, but Family Search is free. If you are inside the Library, you can use Ancestry.com free to search for your Family tree. Also check out our other links to genealogical research pages on the Internet by visiting the Geneological links Page which is being updated on a regular basis.
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