Monthly Archives: September 2011

Slightly Haggard

On Saturday, Oct. 1,  come spend an evening with a great band, Slightly Haggard, at our fundraising dance, from  9 p.m. at the Army Navy in Lennoxville. Tickets are only $5 we are selling them in advance (at the Lennoxville … Continue reading

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Brown bag it

Brown Bag Lunches are back! Come eat your lunch and share a book that you enjoyed at noon, every second Wednesday.  The dates are Oct. 5 and 19, Nov. 2, 16 and 30, and Dec. 14.

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We’ll try something new, and have the sushi — to go

There’s always something new at the Lennoxville Library. Such as, you ask? Such as Sushi For Beginners by Marian Keyes (2000), serving a delicious menu of chic-lit, complete with the hunt for a good man (and the discovery of a … Continue reading

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We’re number one!

It’s all about number one. Volume one, that is. In this Good Reads you’ll discover the very first books in series that have become fan favorites, with recurring characters and continuing storylines that keep us all enthralled and coming back … Continue reading

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Crafty reads for painting wood, making wreaths, cushions and quilts

Everyone loves the idea of making our own crafts, of creating beautiful and useful objets d’art for the home. Here are a few ways to start. Painting or pasting rustic scenes on wood result in lovely decor for the garden … Continue reading

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Paying homage to the Lunch Lady: Back to school means back to homework

Whether you bring your jelly sandwich or a thermos of spaghetti to school every day, or whether you spend a few dollars at noontime to purchase a plate of sloppy joe’s, you’ve met her: The Lunch Lady. Every school has … Continue reading

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The Son of God who came for dinner

“If Jesus Christ were to come to-day, people would not even crucify him. They would ask him to dinner, and hear what he had to say, and make fun of it.” – Thomas Carlyle, 1795-1881 The first so-called “red letter … Continue reading

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