The Get to Know Your Neighbors series will feature Steven Kellogg POSTPONED to Thursday, AUGUST 22 at 7:00 p.m. Steven will talk about his long relationship with Essex that began when his grandmother told adventurous stories about her experiences on the lake after she and her sister and their families moved into adjacent camps in the Crater Club in 1901. After spending boyhood summers vacationing on Lake Champlain, Steven began a 50-year career in the world of children's books. He has published over 120 titles, including his latest, The Word Pirates, which he completed in the newly constructed Camp Moon Rise overlooking the lake where he and his wife Helen currently live. This event is a a fundraiser for the library with a suggested donation of $5.00 (children free).
July 11:Steven Kellogg -POSTPONED TO AUGUST 22 @7:00PM
- August 1: John Mesick
- September 5: Jan and John Fortune
- October 3: Erin and Mark Hall
|The Whispering Room by Dean Koontz||Alternate Side by Anna Quindlen||No Man's Land by David Baldacci||Still Me by JoJo Moyes|
|The Restless Wave by John McCain and Mark Salter||Beauty in the broken places by Allison Pataki||A Field Guide to Ticks by Susan Carol Hauser||Grant by Ron Chernow|
COME VISIT US
Our library renovations are complete, and the upstairs children's room, reading room and our new deck are now open for use. These exciting changes are thanks to those of you who told us how important your library is by donating generously to our capital campaign. Those donations were the seed money that allowed us to apply for grant funds from the State.
The new Children's Room is finished! Come visit and enjoy the Lego table, doll house, play kitchen, craft area, toys, and most importantly - BOOKS!
Our new Reading Room is done as well, and you are welcome to come enjoy the beautiful lake view while you read, relax, use our wireless Internet connection, or just sit and spend time with friends.
The Belden Noble Memorial Library is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) public charity (tax ID# 14-1458767)