Simple Stitches Sewing

Simple stitches. Sewing : 25 projects for the new sewer by Cheryl Owen — When you're just starting out sewing, it can be difficult to come up with a project that's fully satisfying: many patterns are challenging and complicated, or if the pattern is simple, the resulting finished object looks simple, too. This book is full of projects that are perfect for a beginning sew-er and end up looking like they took a lot more know-how.

New Bengali Books

Looking for books in Bengali? We have them. New Bengali books received in 2011 include:

Ādhunika ramaṇīdera ādhunika rānnā by Sādiẏā Rahamāna Munnī

Bandha darajā kholā darajā by Sunīla Gaṅgopādhyāẏa

Karporeṭa bhālobāsā by Śahīdula Haka Khāna

Saṃsiddha: galpagrantha = Sangshiddha = Accomplished by Runu Haka, Śabanama Āmīra, Sāherā Āphajā, Phārajānā Āhmeda, Pheradausa Jesamīna

Library Board Meeting Agenda - October 20, 2011

Thursday, October 20, 7:30 PM

  • Call the Meeting to Order
  • Call to Audience (5 min. maximum)
  • Approval of Agenda
  • Approval of Minutes
  • Communications
  • Report of the Library Director
  • Finance Subcommittee
  • Motion to approve Record Retention Policy as written
  • Overview of library’s Social Media marketing strategy – Laurie Golden
  • Overview of Connect Your Summer program – Marcia Barker & Brad Czerniak
  • Overview of Retiree Health Plan
  • Resolution to Enact Third Amendment to Retiree Health Plan
  • 3rd Quarter Budget Amendment
  • Date, location and budget of Board party
  • Call to Audience (5 min. maximum)
  • Adjourn

Adult Contemporary Book Discussion December 19

The guardian by Nicholas Sparks — Join us Monday, December 19 at 7:00 PM in the Community Room for this discussion. "On Christmas Eve, newly-widowed, 25 year-old Julie Berenson receives an unexpected present from her late husband, Jim: a Great Dane puppy. Julie names her new dog, Singer, who turns out to be a better judge of human character than she is."

Adult Contemporary Book Discussion November 21

The girl with the dragon tattoo by Stieg Larsson ; translated from the Swedish by Reg Keeland — Join us Monday, November 21 at 7:00 PM in the Purple Room a discussion. This, the first book in a trilogy, begins with a decades-old cold case of missing teen heiress and the unlikely coupling of a disgraced journalist and a misunderstood and maligned superhacker.

Cut the Scraps!

Scrap Therapy cut the scraps! : 7 steps to quilting your way through your stash by Joan Ford — Most quilters and sewing enthusiasts have a stash of fabric that continues to grow at a rate exceeding that at which it is used up. We also tend to save a lot of small pieces of fabric, thinking that we'll find a use for it someday - but does that day ever come? This book shows how to use up your stash, even those small pieces that don't seem quite big enough. It includes information about how to quilt and quilt patterns to use, and also has instructions for making projects like bags, sacks, table runners, and much more.

Child Identification Event

Stop by the Community Room on December 1st from 5:30 to 8:30 PM for a special identification event sponsored by New York Life. The free ID cards for kids will include a photo, digital fingerprints and other vital information. Should there ever be an Amber Alert, this card is a first step in finding missing children.

Humane Society of Huron Valley Presents

In this program aimed at adults, Karen Patterson, the Humane Educator for the Humane Society of Huron Valley, will discuss a bit about their mission as well as the great programs they offer to help the community and our pets. Some of the issues addressed will be overpopulation, cruelty and of course, pet adoption. Find out how we can all help to save some of our best friends on November 12 at Noon.