Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Bring Your Lunch and Join Us!

Looking for something fun to do on a Wednesday afternoon? Want to get out of the heat? Meet new friends? Then you absolutely shouldn't miss our Brown Bag lunch series!

We meet every Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. for lunch and a film or speaker.
We have a GREAT line-up for May!

This week and next we'll watch the controversial film by documentary filmaker Michael Moore about the Bush administration and its relationship with the Saudi government.

Beyond the film - we'll have a real treat this month, as we have three speakers for our Brown Bag Series:

Wed. May 16th - We'll hear from the authors of The Visitor at Winter Chapel. Frank Sikora and Michelle Batcheler are two local authors who came together through a serendipitous meeting to write this book.

Wed. May 23rd - James Spann
ABC 33/40 weather man James Spann will be here at the library to speak about global warming from a meteorologist's perspective, don't miss it! We have heard about global warming this year from local author Jane Trechsel who spoke in March. If you'll remember, we also saw Al Gore's film An Inconvenient Truth.

Wed. May 30th - Finances and investments are hot topics in the lives of people today as most everyone becomes focused on retirement. Our speaker for today, local author and financial consultant Zach Ivey, will share insights and information that you may need to know and will also give us a glimpse into his recently published book, Truly Rich, about life's riches beyond monetary wealth.

We need your help!

Please let me know if you have a great idea for future Brown Bag Lunch series programming. This is your library too and we want to know what you're interested in! Post your comments and suggestions here about what you'd like to see @Your Library!

If you would like to be on our mailing list to recieve monthly calendars of library programming for adults and teens, email me with your name and address ( or sign up at a Brown Bag Lunch program.

Katie M.

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