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Munising School Public Library

August 23, 2017

By: Amanda Draves

Summer hours:

Monday & Friday 10:00 3:00 pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00 7:00 pm

The U.P. Author Tour was a great success! Thank you to everyone that joined us. For writers in the area that are interested, AlgerWrites group meets at the library on the third Thursday of every month at 6 p.m.

Reminders:

•  It's almost time to go back to school! For parents that have students with library cards, please remember to update your contact information if it has changed.

•  The library will be closed September 4 for Labor Day. Starting Tuesday, Sept. 5, we will be switching to our winter hours.

Mark your calendar:

•  August 24 is the last day to turn in reading logs for the Summer Reading Program. Stop in and show us that you have been working on your reading challenge, complete one of our worksheets, and put your name in for the big drawing. We have special drawings for our adult patrons as well!

•  August 29 , 1:30 p.m. Film Festival, the library will screen Copper, Iron & Gold , a film that tells the story of mining towns in the Upper Peninsula. By listening to the stories of the people who built their families and communities around copper, iron and gold, this film illustrates the legacies that were left behind. Local residents, descendants of early miners, and historians recall the history and heritage of the Copper Country, the iron ranges, and how the Lake Superior region was opened to the world.

•  August 30 , 10:30 a.m. The AlgerRoots Genealogy Group- Intro to Ancestry. All are welcome! Come and learn how to utilize the resources available to explore your family tree.

NEW BOOKS : A Distant View of Everything by Alexander McCall Smith .

Isabel Dalhousie is filled with joy from her new baby, but she's struggling with her four-year-old adapting. She's also starting to question her latest match as a matchmaker. Bea Shandon, an old acquaintance of Isabel's, comes into her life at an interesting time. Something of a matchmaker herself, Bea needs help investigating her newest potential match. Isabel welcomes the distraction and starts making undercover enquiries. Isabel learns more than she bargains for and her focus turns to someone unexpected. Isabel's intelligence, quick wit and deep empathy comes in handy as she grapples with issues of friendship and duties, honesty, and the importance of perspective.

 

 

 

 

 

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