October 21, 2011 | madame librarian
October 21, 2011 | madame librarian
Ashes of the earth: a mystery of post-apocalyptic America by Eliot Pattison
The cradle in the grave by Sophie Hannah
Sentenced to death by Lorna Barrett
Skating around the law: a mystery by Joelle Charbonneau
White heat by M.J. McGrath
October 20, 2011 | gladdenk
The Chairperson, Michael Siegrist, called the meeting to order at 7:31 PM
Present: J. Fausone, M. Siegrist, G. Snow, D. Turner, C. Van Auken
Also Present: E. Davis, K. Gladden
Call To Audience
No comments (M. Barker, B. Czerniak, L. Golden, R. Havenstein-Coughlin, A. Heidemann, L. Papa, S. Rzetelny, N. Szczepanski, N. Welz)
Approval Of Agenda
The agenda was approved by unanimous consent.
Approval Of General Meeting Minutes
The minutes were approved as amended.
Approval Of Budget Hearing Minutes
The minutes were approved by unanimous consent.
A financial review of the Friends of the Canton Public Library was passed around.
Report Of The Library Director
Nichole Welz, the new CTTS Program Specialist was introduced.
A recent Finance Committee meeting resulted in an agenda item, but no report had been prepared.
Proposed Record Retention Policy - C. Van Auken moved and D. Turner supported a motion to approve the Record Retention Policy as written.
The motion passed unanimously 11/10-20-1
October 20, 2011 | Michelle
What kind of dog do you wish you had? How fast does a Corvette really go? What does the inside of the human body look like? If you have ever asked yourselves these questions and more, then you should definitely visit the J600-699 collection in the Children's Section. This is the nonfiction collection that is chock full of cats, cars, pets, cooking, gardening, health, body parts, and so much more. See you in the stacks!
October 20, 2011 | strande
Tweens and Teens can show off your style and creativity by designing a flower clip for your hair out of a used soda can. All supplies will be provided.
Program Date: December 17 at 1:00 PM
October 20, 2011 | Anne Heidemann
Growing fruit trees : novel concepts and practices for successful care & management by edited by Jean-Marie Lespinasse and Évelyne Leterme ; illustrations by Jean- Marie Lespinasse ; Kitren Glozer, consultant for North America ; authors, Gilles Adgié ... [et al.] — This book includes information on growing fifteen types of fruit trees including stone fruits, seeded fruits, dry fruits, and others. Each type of tree, including apple, cherry, olive, peach, plum, and many others, is outlined in great detail, including history and origins, characteristics, its annual cycle, soil and climate limitations, how to choose and train a tree, and more.
October 18, 2011 | barkerm
Drop in and join other quilters to share ideas, skills, patterns and scraps. All skill level are welcome on November 2 at 7:00 PM. Special Note: There will be NO December meeting and Happy Holidays to all!
October 18, 2011 | specialk
Blood, bones, & butter: the inadvertent education of a reluctant chef by Gabrielle Hamilton — Chef and restaurateur Hamilton, chef/owner of acclaimed New York City restaurant Prune, offers a sensuous and evocative memoir of her rural Pennsylvania childhood and her training as writer and chef. Hamilton is a very talented writer and offers an unusually compelling chef's memoir.
October 17, 2011 | madame librarian
If you weren't able to attend the National Book Festival in Washington D.C. on September 24-25, videos of the event including authors' talks are now available. Historian and author David McCullough appeared at the 2011 National Book Festival, as did Sylvia Nasar, Cassandra Clare, Wally Amos, Sara Paretsky, and more.
October 17, 2011 | goulds
Children ages 4-8, with a caregiver, are invited to share a storytime with an international flavor. Staff from the bookstore As the Page Turns will present stories in a foreign language.
Program Date: November 8, 7:00-7:30 PM