North Webster Library News

Circulation Clerk Teresa Brown reminds everyone that the North Webster Community Library’s Food for Fines program ends Saturday, Dec. 15. For every non-perishable food item you bring in, $1.00 will be taken off your fine. All food items will be donated to the North Webster Food Pantry. Pay off your fine and help families in need. Hurry and bring in your food items before the program ends. (Photo provided)

The weather outside may be frightful, but you can count on the atmosphere at the Library’s Cozy Christmas Celebration to be – well – cozy.

At 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 20, the North Webster Community Library invites everyone to celebrate the holidays in the North Webster Community Center Banquet Hall.

It will be a beautiful free evening of friends, fun and food. As our special guest, you and your family will be treated to sumptuous desserts created by The Cake Lady and lively entertainment by the Wawasee High School show choir Vocal Motion.  Everyone will have a chance to win door prizes.

The winner of the Mystery Marathon Reading Contest will be revealed that evening and the mystery prize unveiled. If you’re the mystery winner, be sure to attend to claim your title and prize. The winner of the library’s Newsletter Title Contest will be recognized and the newsletter’s new name announced.

The library’s annual Christmas Celebration is always a popular event, so plan to arrive early to get a seat. Doors open at 6 p.m. Bring your family and friends and enjoy a heartwarming evening. In order for the entire NWCL staff to attend, the Library will close early at 6 p.m. on Dec. 20.

Due to the holidays, Voyager Book Club and Revolving Recipe Round-Up have changed their meeting dates and times. The Voyager Book Club will meet at 1 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 17, to discuss a Christmas book each has read.

In January, the genre will be a “self-help” book.  Revolving Recipe Round-up will meet at its usual time at 6 p.m., but on Tuesday, Dec. 18, instead of the fourth Tuesday of the month and will have fun with a cookie exchange that evening.

Don’t forget to stop by the library and stock up on movies, CDs, and books for your “home for the holidays.”  The NWCL has a nice selection of holiday movies everyone in the family will enjoy – from Christmas classics to new releases and children’s movies.  We also have a variety of Christmas CDs to add to the ambiance of your Christmas celebrations.

And, of course, what’s Christmas Eve without reading a Christmas story to your children at bedtime. Remember, NWCL will be closed all day on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, Dec. 24-25, so plan ahead to check out your movies, CDs, and books for the holidays.

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