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  • Mondays—Tween Time at 4 pm First Mondays—B.A.G. Ladies Book Club at 6 pm Third Mondays—Library U classes at 5:30 pm Tuesdays—Tuesday morning storytime at 10:30 am First and Third Tuesdays—LEGO Club at 4 pm Second and Fourth Tuesdays—Crafternoons at 4 pm Wednesdays—Movie Matinees at 4 pm First Thursdays—YA Book Club for Adults at 5:30 pm Thursdays—Family Storytime at 6:45 pm Third Thursdays—Library U classes at 12:00 pm

    The B.A.G. Ladies, aka the “Books Are Great” Ladies, meet the first Monday of the month at 6:00pm, here in the library!

    April’s session will feature The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. In May, we’re discussing A Gentleman in Moscow: A Novel by Amor Towles.

    The YA Book Club for Adults meets to discuss young adult books on the first Thursday of the month at 5:30. The sessions will only run about a half hour. Join us for April’s talk about We Were Liars by E. Lockhart! Then we’ll change it up in May—check out Denton Little’s

    Deathdate by Lance Rubin. Haven’t had a chance to read the books? Come anyway!

    Come to learn how to make a perfect pie crust from scratch every time! You’ll leave with a ready-to-roll crust. Some utensils are requested for this class! Please call 785-562-2491 to sign

    up and for more information. This is a complimentary class.

    April 16 at 5:30 pm—No-Fail Pie Crusts by Pat Seematter

    Be ready to learn some neat tips and tricks from Sarah Wecker of Pure Moments by Sarah Marie! Do you have a camera and want specific tips? Bring it! Don’t have a camera but want to learn? Come on down! This is a complimentary class.

    April 19 at noon—Oh, Snap! Photography Tips & Tricks by Sarah Wecker!

    Our regularly scheduled programs will end on the week of April 30-May 3. Keep an eye out for announcements of the beginning of signups for the Summer Reading Program!

    Tuesdays at 10:15 am starting June 19—3 & 4 year olds! Tuesdays at 11:15 am starting June 19—5 & 6 year olds! Wednesdays at 10:15 am starting June 20—3 & 4th grades! Wednesdays at 12:15 pm starting June 20—5th grade & up! Thursdays at 10:15 am starting June 21—toddlers (18-35 mo)! Thursdays at 11:15 am starting June 21—1 & 2nd grades! Fridays at 10:30 am starting June 22—babies (0-17 mo)!

    Area Parents as Teachers organizations are sponsoring a

    Health & Safety Fair for young children. We’ll be there amongst many other important and fun exhibitors. Come to sign up for our door prize and many others, too! This is a free event!

  • Ferdinand is a cute new movie based off of a story about a huge bull with a huge heart. As a calf he is bullied by the other calves because he doesn’t desire to be a fighting bull. He ends up leaving his first home for a much better one where he falls into place with his human family. That is, until he is too big to participate in certain adventures. He is feeling left out of this year’s Flower Festival and is missing Nina, the girl in his “family”, so he goes to the city to find her. His decision to visit Nina doesn’t go so well with his large size and turns into quite the fiasco. This is a wonderful choice for a family movie night! —reviewed by Ashley

    The Proven System for Breaking the Paycheck-to-Paycheck cycle, Getting Out of Debt, and Living the Life you Want By Jesse Mecham I think everyone should read this book, especially the ones starting out in life. The author shares many real life stories throughout the pages so it’s easy to relate. It’s not a boring/hard to understand budgeting book. YNAB’s 4 rules help you prioritize your expenses and make your money work for what you want. After reading it, I just want to buy several copies of it and give them to everyone I know. People get stuck in debt and think there’s no way out, but there always is! Budgeting does not have to be a sacrifice and this book will show you exactly that. —reviewed by Débora

    By Maureen Johnson

    When Stevie is accepted into the school of her

    dreams—or maybe, her nightmares—she is excited

    to have a chance to solve the mystery of

    the century. Founder Albert Ellingham’s

    daughter and wife were kidnapped, and

    the daughter was never found. Can Stevie

    prevail where everyone else in the 20th

    century has failed? Has Truly, Devious

    come back to haunt Stevie and exact his or

    her plan on Stevie, instead? This is such a

    fun and exciting book. I can’t wait for the

    second one so I can finally get behind the

    true mystery of the mind of Truly, Devious.

    — reviewed by Mandy

    By Mira Grant If you are as old as I am, you will recognize the tagline “You’ll never go in the water again” from the movie, Jaws. After reading my April book selection, you may want to consider that advice. “Into the Drowning Deep” by Mira Grant is an unusual genre for me to read but I enjoyed its twists and turns. The plot is primarily a thriller with a major dose of fantasy thrown in. The ship, Atargatis, is found abandoned with no trace of the

    crew or passengers while on a voyage to film a mockumentary about the Mariana Trench. Several years later, another vessel departs with a group of world renowned scientists to unravel the mystery of the Atargatis’ fate. All too soon, the horrific truth is revealed and they have to cope with a violent reality. —reviewed by Janice

    This TV series is based on Margaret Atwood’s book of the same title, and all I can say is that it is bizarre and awesome. Elisabeth Moss plays the main character beautifully and her suffering becomes our suffering. What would you do if you were one of the few fertile women in the country and forced to be a breeder for the leaders of the community? A world where women have no rights; they can’t read, study, work or have their voices heard. Of course it’s an alternative reality, but doesn’t that make you think? Definitely a series you can binge-watch over a rainy weekend. —reviewed by Débora