Shhhh! Do you want to find out some juicy gossip?

I get all my juicy information from People Magazine.  Baldwin Boettcher has the latest issue of People in the Reader’s Corner. By the way, the Reader’s Corner is usually a pleasantly quiet area with tables and comfortable seating. You can read the latest copy of People at the Library and previous issues can be checked out for the two week lending period.

Tall Tale Cinema

Tall Tale Cinema has arrived at the Baldwin Boettcher Library.  The program will be presented once a month on Saturdays.  The next movie will be shown on September 12, 2009 at 2 pm.  This program was created to present the Tall Tales from Mary Pope Osborn's book "Tall Tales".  A "We the People Grant" gave us the idea for this type of presentation.  Come to the library, check out our "We the People" display and enjoy a good movie.

Wednesday Movies Coming Soon!

Our new Classic Cinema Club is moving to Wednesday afternoons, beginning Wednesday, September 2. Please come at 2:00 PM on that day to watch a hilarious romantic comedy from 1959 on our big screen in the library meeting room. We will even move in some big armchairs to give you that movie theatre feel. This program will be of interest to adults and seniors, but of course all family members are welcome to attend. The Classic Cinema Club will meet monthly.

Still time to log those books

Remember, Summer Reading Program will continue through this Saturday, August 8.  It's not too late to add books to your logs. And if you haven't even registered yet?  Well, there's still time to join in and add all the books you've read this summer.  We have a great "end of summer" party planned for Saturday the 8th at 2:00 PM.  Just show up by 1:30 PM to get your free ticket to hear Non-Toxic Band!  We hope to see you there!

Book Club Will Read Culinary Mystery

Tough CookieOur six-month-old evening book club will read Diane Mott Davidson's culinary mystery, Tough Cookie, for our August 17 meeting.  The book follows Colorado caterer Goldy Bear, and since a number of intriguing recipes are included, I thought it would be fun to sample one of them.  The Chocolate Coma Cookies look delicious and fairly straightforward to make -- so if you're feeling adventurous, please join us as we discuss the mystery and consume chocolate.  We will meet as usual in the library meeting room at 6:30 PM.