Tuesday, November 24th, 2015 at 7:30 pm
Our book for October will be “How I Became a Famous Novelist“ by Steve Hely; copies of the book are available at the Reference Desk. Pick up a copy, read it, and join us on 11/24 @ 7:30 pm!
Plus, on 11/24 we’ll be voting on the book for our January 2016 meeting (we’re skipping December). The choices are “Signature of All Things” by Elizabeth Gilbert and “Will Starling” by Ian Weir. Join us 11/24, or comment on our blog (titlesontap.wordpress.com) or tweet @titlesontap to cast your vote!
Titles on Tap is a social book group for readers in their 20s and 30s and for the young at heart. We go in for stories that are shaken, not stirred, and we don’t mind taking our love of lit outside the library walls. Titles on Tap meets once a month in the left-hand bar of Napper Tandy’s to eat, drink, be merry, and discuss the latest reading selection. Visit our website and follow us @titlesontap to learn more.
Please note the change in hours this week for the holiday.
Wednesday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Regular hours resume Friday at 10:00 am.
Reserve Best Sellers and Sneak Peeks of Books Being Published in December and January
Download or view December Fiction and December Non-Fiction. Click on the links for the complete list with titles (in blue) linked to the Minuteman Library catalog. You may also pick up a complete list in the library and ask librarians to request them for you.
Monday, December 1st, 2015 at 6:30 pm
This film fest highlights a few holiday films you might have missed. Catch the old classics on TV, and come to the library for the Not Your Average Christmas Movie Film Fest! The series kicks off with “This Christmas,” a 2007 film starring Regina King, Loretta Devine, Delroy Lindo, and Idris Elba, about a far-flung African American family that is finally reunited for the holidays (PG-13, 117 minutes). The series continues with “The Family Stone” on Wednesday December 9th, and “Trading Places” on Wednesday December 16th.
To sign up for these films, call 781-769-0200 x110 or 222, email email@example.com, or visit the Reference or Information Desk. The Friends of the Library fund the movie licenses that allow us to show these films to the public, and Regal Cinemas in Bellingham donates the popcorn.