In September the Library Garden Club will be begin meeting again at 6:30 on the last Thursday of every month. Hope to see you there!
We’re going to be resuming the guitar (& ukulele, & apparently banjo!) sessions for this fall, so children or teens who are interested can contact the library to find out more details. We’ll also be having a children’s art club. If you’re interested, leave your name and phone number with library staff and we’ll get in touch once our plans are confirmed.
“First Nations Communities Read” Bookclub (for adults)
We’re planning an adult book club built around the 2018/2019 First Nations Communities Read booklists. If you’re interested, please leave your name and phone number with library staff and we’ll contact you with details. This will be a monthly club, and rather than everyone reading the same book, each meeting someone will present a book they’ve chosen and read from either of the two lists.
Books Worth Another Look
Guest Review by Hilda Partridge
Lunenberg by Keith Baker
Annie Welles is a Halifax Regional Police Officer in the Robbery and Violent Crimes Unit. She is recently divorced and does not have custody of her two young sons. Annie’s career seems to be stalling until two murders happen within 48 hours of each other. She hopes to prove herself by taking the risk of following her intuition to solve the murders. Another excellent read for adults and I found it difficult to figure out “who done it.”