NORTH WEBSTER — It will be a busy Monday in the Adult Services Department at North Webster Community Public Library. May 21 will start off with Writer’s Corner at 10 a.m. when participants will share their essays about the nicest deed they ever did. If you enjoy writing, compose an essay and share it at Writer’s Corner.
Although Voyager Book Club normally meets 10 a.m. the fourth Monday each month, due to the upcoming Memorial Day holiday the date and time have been changed to 1 p.m. May 21. In this book club, everyone reads a book of their choice within the assigned genre. At Monday’s meeting the group will be discussing co-authored books.
Then at 5:30 p.m. that day the new Summer Read Book Club meets to discuss Glory Over Everything by Kathleen Grissom. The Summer Read Book Club will meet the third Monday evening June through September. Next month’s selection will be Yellow Crocus by Laila Ibrahim. Set in the American South during the mid-1800s, it’s a story about the long-lasting relationship between a privileged white heiress and her black mammy and confidante. Pick up a copy at the library and join the discussion on June 18.
Got a new recipe you’ve been wanting to make? Try it out at Revolving Recipe Round-Up 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 22. Everyone will be preparing new recipes they have never tried before and bringing them to share and sample. It will be a fun time of discovering new recipes and lively conversation.
Work off those delicious new dishes at Let’s Move 6 p.m. Thursday, May 24 with some dancing-for-fitness fun. Join in every Thursday evening for a great work out as participants dance to a variety of music styles and learn new dance steps. It’s free for adults of all ages and fitness levels.
The Youth Services Department is busy gearing up for the Summer Reading Program. Starting June 1, youth, ages birth through high school, can sign up and earn prizes for reading. Special shows every Wednesday and fun family activities every day are planned throughout June and July. Stop by the Youth Services Desk for details and a complete schedule of events or visit the Youth Resources page on the library’s website at www.nweb.lib.in.us.