North Adams Community Memorial Library

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Upcoming Programs

Friday, July 15, at 2 p.m., at the library. The "Bow Wow Brigade", a 4-H Club, will be here to demonstrate dog obedience training.

Monday, July 18, at 10 a.m., at the village ball field, the "Flying Aces Frisbee Team" will treat us to a Frisbee throwing show!

Thursday, July 21, at 2 p.m., at the library, there will another movie related to our theme of "On Your Mark, Get Set...Read!" and it involves Oscar winner Denzel Washington and football. See you then for popcorn, drinks and the movie!

Heritage Day, immediately following the parade in front of the fire hall (where the microphone will be located), we will have the drawing for the winner of the McDonald's bicycle!  Need to know how to enter? Come in and talk to us for the details. Anyone working on it already, get your books read and reported to the library by Friday, August 5.


Book Club

The book club met on June 8 to discuss books written by the author Sandra Dallas. After some discussion, it was decided to NOT meet in the months of July and August. To resume meeting on the second Wednesday in September. Hmmm. Maybe September will be "Librarian's Choice" month! See you all then!

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