Extensive work will be taking place this week at the Library, which, because of the danger of falling materials, hazardous dust, and a lack of useful lighting, forces a closing until December 27. Defective ceiling tiles and light fixtures in the check-out and audio/visual materials area will be removed and replaced, but we hope that the improved lighting will result in a more comfortable library experience for you and your family, and will compensate for any inconvenience caused by the closing.
Visit us next week when we will have vacation week programs for the kids, including a matinee featuring a PG rated dragon movie, on Wednesday, December 29, at 1:00 pm. Popcorn and drinks will be served.
I usually mention Library-owned materials on a particular subject in my regular posts, but, since the Library is closed, and these items are temporarily unavailable, I've decided to take a different tact this week. Today through Thursday I will send you off to a fun and/or informative website to keep you amused and enlightened. Today's page has a discussion of the seasonal "green" debate, "Which is better? A real or artificial tree?"
After reading the tree piece, take a look around thedailygreen.com, for more interesting tips.
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