From Sept 10th – October 25th, local painter Deborah Paolantonio, will have her work displayed in the Bixby Library Community Room, the exhibit is titled “Beauty of the Sacred”.
Come meet Deborah on Thursday, September 19th at 5-7pm in the Community Room on the Main Floor. Chat with her about her work and enjoy some light refreshments.
Her art is also displayed on her Facebook page as: Deborah Boutilier Paolantonio
If you have any interest in buying a painting, she can be
contacted at email@example.com
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By Children’s Librarian Rachel Plant
As summer unravels and school begins, don’t forget to support the leaps and bounds your children have made in their reading this summer. For the moment I am focusing on the early chapter readers. I have purchased the beginning of the Dory Fantasmagory Series, by Abby Hanlon. This series is charming for anyone who likes Junie B. Jones or Ivy and Bean series. The font is simple and the story line is supported with silly laugh out loud illustration…
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The Conservative Sensibility by George F. Will
An intellectual and philosophical look into conservatism and how it has shaped the US. “The proper question for conservatives is, What do you seek to conserve?” Will asks. “The proper answer is concise but deceptively simple: We seek to conserve the American Founding.” This book serves to remind Americans of our unique heritage by connecting present debates and public figures to our natio…