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Teen Programs

Tween
Programs

 

  Morley Library Presents:
Classes
and Programs
 

 

Upcoming Events:

Monday, August 4th - Computer Class
Learn the basics of Windows 7
10:00 - 11:00 a.m. in the basement Classroom
Please register online, by phone or in person.

Thursday, August 28th - Lunch & Learn business seminar
Why Buy From Me?, presented by Larry Lamphier
Learn about the 5 P's to develop an effective marketing program... price, place, promotion, product and push.
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in the basement Meeting Rooms
Please register with lcport.org

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Movies

Morley Library frequently presents newly-released DVDs
in our lower level Meeting Rooms.  Films are shown with a projector onto a large screen.  Start time is 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted. You are welcome to bring food and drink.


Upcoming showings:

Thursday, July 31st - Noah, PG-13, 137 min.

** Start time is 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted. **

Dates and titles are added frequently.
Check back for updates!

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Book Discussion Groups

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Original Book Discussion Groups

2014 Reading Lists

Tuesday Afternoon (2 PM) Wednesday Evening (7 PM)
   
We will not be meeting in July or August.  We will begin again in September!
   

September 9:  Ziegelman, Jane.  97 Orchard:  An Edible History… (394.12)

September 10:  Buck, Pearl.  The Good Earth. (Fiction, Required Read., Audio, DVD)

October 14:  Joyce, Rachel.  Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry.  (Fiction)

October 8: Nicolson, Juliet.  The Perfect Summer; England, 1911… (942.083)

November 11: Hunt, Linda.  Bold Spirit.  (Popular Paperbacks)

November 12: Coplin, Amanda.  The Orchardist.  (Fiction)
December 9:  Walker, Karen.  Age of Miracles.  (Fiction / Teen Paperback)

December 10: Ziegelman, Jane.  97 Orchard:  An Edible History… (394.12)

January 13, 2015:  Millard, Candace.  Destiny of a Republic.  (973.84, also Audio)

January 14, 2015:  Alcott, Kate.  The Dressmaker.  (Fiction)

February 10, 2015:  Jonesson, Jones.  100 Year-old Man who Climbed Out a Window.  (on order; LP Fiction)

February 11, 2015:  Bauby, Jean-Dominque.  The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.  (844.914, and DVD)

March 10, 2015:  DeWaal, Edmund.  The Hare with the Amber Eyes.  (709.04) March 11, 2015:  Winspear, Jacqueline.  Maisie Dobbs.  (Mystery, LP)
April 14, 2015: Brunt, Carol Rifka.  Tell the Wolves I'm Home. (Fiction)

April 8, 2015: Dosa, David.  Making the Rounds with Oscar.  (362.1756)

May 12, 2015 - Kiernan, Denise.  The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win WWII.  (976.873, regular & large print) May 13, 2015: Buchanan, Cathy Marie.  Painted Girls.  (Fiction)
June 9th, 2015: Ondaatje, Michael.  Cat's Table.  (Fiction, also available on audio) June 10th, 2015: Roach, Mary.  Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal.  (612.3; also available on audio)


  Dial M for Morley, the Mystery Book Discussion Group
     Each meeting is held on a Monday at 10:00 a.m.

August 25th - Trouble Comes to Town by AnnMarie Cleversey
September 22nd - Defending Jacob by William Landry
October 27th - Murder of the Century by Paul Collins
November 24th - The Bat by Jo Nesbø
December - no meeting
 

eel Talk


Love books?  Love movies?  Love books made into movies?

Then you'll love this new discussion group.  Each month, a title will be selected for you to both read and view before we meet to discuss it.  Copies of the book and movie are available for pickup at the Checkout Desk on the Main Floor.
If you have any questions about Reel Talk, contact the 3rd Floor Reference Desk.  New members are welcome at anytime.  Must be 18 years of age or older.

2:45-3:45 p.m.


Unable to attend, but still want to participate?  Read the book, watch the movie and email your comments to:
reference@morleylibrary.org
We will share your comments with the group.

 

Upcoming books & films:

September 22nd - Life of Pi by Yann Martel

October 27th - East of Eden by John Steinbeck

December 15th - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

 

 

 

Financial Support from the Friends of Morley Library
makes many of these programs and classes possible.

 

Updated 7.21.14