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We'll be trick 'r treating throughout the library this Friday, so wear your superduds or tails & horns, and get ready! We'll supply the books, the songs, the treats & treat bags.

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TheAuctionInternational Film Movement: The Auction,  Tuesday, November 4  4:00 pm. Free refreshments served.

A man of few words, Gaby manages his family's farm - Buchard & Sons - on his own, despite his advancing age. With no actual sons to speak of and his two grown daughters living far away in the big city, he spends his days tending to the animals and land that surround him, eschewing modern technology and most social interactions. When his eldest daughter, Marie, appears at the family homestead to share news that she's finally getting divorced and in desperate need of money in order to keep the home where she and her children live, Gaby's quiet life begins to unravel. In an effort to tend to his children much the way he steadfastly tends to his farm, he'll be forced to make sacrifices he never intended for the sake of those closest to him.



Computer classes are offered each month on a variety of topics at the library's conference room @ 1:00 pm .

All classes are free.


  • Web-based Email - 2nd Wednesday of the month (Nov. 12 & Dec. 10)
  • Open Forum: computer questions & answers -  (Nov. 17 & Dec. 15)
  • Internet Basics - 3rd Wednesday of the month (Nov. 19 & Dec. 17)
  • Facebook - 4th Monday of the month (Nov. 24 & Dec. 22)



GrowingUpAtSeaLocal author Viviane Thereau will talk about her lastest novel " Growing Up at Sea" on Saturday, November 8 from 2:00 - 4:00 pm.

This story recounts the first eighteen years of the life of author Viviane Thereau. Imagine terrifying hurricanes, boats exploding, swimming with sharks, avoiding Spanish gunboats and most of all hawking Balata figurines to lascivious sailors in order to eat!




World of Humor Film Series: last Tuesday of the month @ 4:00 pm.

  • October 28
  • November 25
  • December 30





Pronunciator is a fun and easy way to learn new lanugages. It offering 80 of the world's most popular languages including ESL courses for speakers of 50 non-English Languages. With levels for tourists and business travelers, each course contains up to 350 hours of audio lessons, teaching 1,500 essential everyday phases.


Pronunciator features

  • Speech recognition — Test your pronunciation in real time
  • Scored quizzes — Track your progress and measure your results
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  • Virtual conversations — Hop into interactive stories with native speakers
  • Free apps — for your iPad, iPhone/iPod touch, and Android tablet or phone to learn wherever you go


To access Pronunciator, have your library card number available and click HERE. For more information, please call 727-391-2828. Let your learning begin.