BARNWELL PUBLIC LIBRARY NEWS October/November 2019
Art in the Library
Come in and see beautiful quilts done by Marg McCulloch.
On October 24 we will be having class 3 of 7 on Digital Resources. This class is open to anyone interested in learning about what digital resources the library has to offer you and how to access them. In addition, we will look at basic and advanced search strategies for internet search engines and databases to help you find what you are looking for. Please call the library at 403-223-2902 or come in to register for this class. This is a free program offered in part by Chinook Arch Regional Library System and the Canadian government.
Intergenerational Program for Seniors and Children
This is a free program for seniors and young children. There are 6 sessions in the program and it happens once every six weeks or so. Our next one is on Thursday, November 7 at 1 pm and it will be a fun art class. Studies have shown that there are many benefits from connections between seniors and children, some of these are: decreased depression, better physical health, improved brain health and higher life satisfaction. Please come in and register with Kim for this next session, it’ll be worth it! All children must be accompanied by an adult. For more info, contact the library.
New Books for Adults:
A Minute to Midnight by David Baldacci
Tom Clancy Code of Honor, a Jack Ryan novel
Blue Moon, a Jack Reacher novel by Lee Child
Twisted Twenty-six by Janet Evanovich
Lethal Agent by Vince Flynn
The Giver of Stars, a novel by Jojo Moyes
A Better Man by Louise Penny
Super Fresh, super natural, super vibrant vegan recipes
The Art of Racing in the Rain (read the book before you watch the movie)
The Inn, a new novel by James Patterson
Tuesday 1 pm – 6 pm
Wednesday 1 pm – 5 pm
Thursday 10:30 am – 5 pm
Friday 1 pm – 5 pm
**Please do not go to the library before 1 pm (or 10:30 am on Thursdays), those times are for Barnwell School students only. The library is open to the public (and parents) only during public library hours.
New movies in the library now:
Men in Black International
The Secret Life of Pets 2
The Avengers, End Game
New Books for Youth:
Kristy’s big day, a baby-sitters club graphic novel #6
Boy-crazy Stacey, a baby-sitters club graphic novel #7
Mal’s Spell book, a Descendants movie book
A Dog’s Promise, #3 of A Dog’s Purpose series
Poison Jungle, Wings of Fire book #13
Eye of the Earthquake Dragon (Dragon Masters #13)
New Books for Children:
Toot, a boardbook that came highly recommended because it’s just so funny!
What a sight I saw last night
I am bigger
You can’t sleep here!
This pig can fly
Where’s Glimmer? A Unicorn Magic book
Moms & Tots: This is a fun and free program open to everyone with children. It is every Thursday at 10:30 am-11:30am. Join the “Barnwell Moms & Tots” group on Facebook to get more info.
October 3 Fall
October 10 Thanksgiving
October 17 Scarecrows
October 24 Pumpkins
October 31 Halloween Party & snack day (come dressed in costume)
November 7 Owls
November 14 Hibernation Day
November 21 Blankets
November 28 Zoo (snack day)
December 5 Snow Day
We have a pickleball set that is free to borrow from the library. Come and get it today! It comes with two balls, two paddles, a net and instructions. It can easily be set up in the new Barnwell “Pickle Barn” so come and borrow it today.
Barnwell Community Fitness Center
When the weather gets yucky, you don’t have to stop exercising. You can purchase a 3-month, 6-month or 1-year gym pass at the library starting at $100 for 3 months. If you have a gym fob you aren’t using, bring it in and get $15 cash back. The gym is open every day, 5 am to 11 pm.
Barnwell School Scholastic Book Fair
The annual Book Fair is October 24-29. The public is welcome to come browse and purchase books from the fair. All money goes to Barnwell School library books. It’s going to be lots of fun so come and check it out.
Did you know…
With your library card you have access to free museum passes, swim passes, ski passes and skating passes.
We love donations of books and dvds. Thanks to all who have donated this summer.
You can read the Lethbridge Herald (during the school months) and the Taber Times (weekly) at the library
Library cards are $10 for the whole year and you can access all Chinook Arch libraries with your card.
Every book received in the book-drop gets backdated a whole week! You will never have to pay late fees if you use this.
Phone number: 403-223-2902
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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