Prerequisites: Basic Internet skills and either an email address or a Facebook or Twitter account (required for participation-attendees without these accounts will still be able to observe).
Twist and Shout by the Beatles
Rock and Roll Freeze Dance by Hap Palmer
Go back to bed! by Ginger Foglesong Guy ; illustrations by James Bernardin
Open very carefully by Nicola O'Byrne ; with words by Nick Bromley
The day Louis got eaten by John Fardell
William and Kate: a royal love story by Christopher Andersen
William & Catherine: a royal wedding by Andrew Motion
Elizabeth the Queen: the life of a modern monarch by Sally Bedell Smith
Philip and Elizabeth : portrait of a royal marriage by Gyles Brandreth
- Call the Meeting to Order
- Call to Audience (5 min. maximum)
- Approval of Agenda
- Approval of Minutes
- Director's Report
- Committee Reports
- Unfinished Business and General Orders - None
- New Business
- Proposed revision to Meeting Room Policy
- Proposed 2nd Quarter Budget Amendment
- Proposed 2014-2016 Draft Budget
- Canton Leisure Services Community Survey
- Call to Audience (5 min. maximum)
The highway (CD) [sound recording] by C. J. Box
The kill room [sound recording]: a Lincoln Rhyme novel by Jeffery Deaver
The shadow tracer [sound recording] by Meg Gardiner
Kiss me first [Book on CD]: a novel by Lottie Moggach
Always watching [sound recording] by Chevy Stevens
The stranger [sound recording] by Camilla Läckberg ; [translation by Steven T. Murray]
Gone girl [sound recording]: a novel by Gillian Flynn
As part of Connect Your Summer, the Game On and Green Thumb badges have teamed up to do a flower tournament! Only one flower can be crowned the best flower of summer, and it's up to you to decide.
Each week during Connect Your Summer, two flowers will duke it out for your votes. The flower with the most votes will continue on in the tournament. Last week, carnations wilted to roses. This week, sunflowers and daisies go leaf to leaf!
Sign in to vote for your favorite flower:
[Sunflower by Kyle Rush, Lily of the Valley by Leo-setä, and Apple Blossoms by Richard Wood are licensed under CC BY 2.0. Dandelion by Hilbert 1958, African Violet by hyper7pro, and Carnation by Shawn Han are licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0. The rose has thorns only for those who would gather it by Parvin and Daisy by Peter Pearson are licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.]
LB's cousin, Clarke, came to visit and LB took him on a tour all over Canton. They forgot to label their pictures, so put your sleuth skills to the test and help the bears remember where in Canton they visited.
Read the clue, look at the picture and send your guess to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Where in Canton #3", then claim your Sleuth it! badge. All correct entries will be entered in a drawing for a prize at the end of the contest. Please one entry per picture.
Clue #3 - Lots of places to shop and eat along the very busy street. Had to stop to rest on this unusual, artsy bench.
The Secondhand Prose used bookstore (brought to you by the Friends of the Canton Public Library) is happy to offer July buys where you can get a great deal on gifts for the whole family, including yourself!
July SpecialAll specially priced books 50% off!!
All books on CD 50% off!!
Also featuring Christmas themed books 1/2 off regular price (includes crafts, novels and children's books)
Death with reservations by Kate Kingsbury
The man with a load of mischief by Martha Grimes
As if by magic by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Whose body? by Dorothy L. Sayers
Cocaine blues: a Phryne Fisher mystery by Kerry Greenwood
Agatha Raisin and the case of the curious curate by M.C. Beaton
A nice class of corpse: a Mrs. Pargeter mystery by Simon Brett
Historical mysteries let the reader be picked up and be transported to different times and places. A good story is a painless way to get into the period, and, if it features a unsolved crime or two, give a look at history’s darker underside.
The Germanicus mosaic by Rosemary Rowe
Mark of the lion by Suzanne M. Arruda
One for sorrow by Mary Reed & Eric Mayer
Some welcome home: an Elizabeth Pepperhawk/Avivah Rosen mystery by Sharon Wildwind
Callander Square: a Charlotte and Thomas Pitt novel by Anne Perry
The eye of the world by Robert Jordan
A shadow in summer by Daniel Abraham
The black prism by Brent Weeks
Gardens of the moon by Steven Erikson
Tracing the shadow by Sarah Ash
The gilded chain: a tale of the King's Blades by Dave Duncan
The immortal prince by Jennifer Fallon
Common sense by Thomas Paine
1776 by David McCullough
Founding brothers: the revolutionary generation by Joseph J. Ellis
The Declaration of Independence by illustrated and inscribed by Sam Fink
Animal farm by George Orwell ; preface by Russell Baker ; introduction by C.M. Woodhouse
1984: a novel by George Orwell ; with an afterword by Erich Fromm
The Star-Spangled Banner by Spier, Peter
Benjamin Franklin [large print] by Edmund S. Morgan
Bunker Hill [large print]: a city, a siege, a revolution by Nathaniel Philbrick
The killer angels [Large print] by Michael Shaara
Samuel Adams [Large print]: a life by Ira Stoll
Wondering what to read next? Always looking for new authors to pile on to your to-be-read list? Go to CPL's May We Suggest on Facebook on Thursday, July 18th. Give us the name of your favorite author and we will give you three new authors you might also love. Librarians will be standing by from 9 AM to 9 PM. Then go to CYS--you have earned your Love It badge!