Monroe Animal League Meeting
The monthly meeting of the Monroe Animal League will be on Tuesday, February 23 at 7:00 PM at the Eastern Monroe County Library, Rt. 611/N. 9th Street, Stroudsburg.
All Monroe County animal lovers are encouraged to attend.
The Monroe Animal League is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving Monroe County since 1943, and is a member of the Federated Humane Societies of Pennsylvania. Our mission is to coordinate the human efforts in Monroe County to aid in the prevention of animal cruelty and to relieve the suffering of companion animals. MAL strives to optimize care through education, awareness, and financial support.
For more information, visit www.monroe-animals.org, join us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/MonroeAnimal League, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 570-421-7775.
Cleaning Up Your Computer:
Each time you visit a site online, your computer stores information so the next time you visit, the page will load faster. This is good in principle, but temporary files add up over time, and may ultimately slow the load time of applications. If you haven't deleted temporary files in a year or longer, you may be able to free up 10 percent or more of the computer's memory.To do this, go back to the Start button, select "Computer" or "My Computer," right click on the "C" drive, select "Properties" click on "Disk Cleanup" and select "All Users" if you get a popup window with that option. Once you give it the go-ahead, Disk Cleanup will calculate how much space you will be able to free up. Click to check the boxes in this window. If you disagree with Disk Cleanup's recommendations, simply make sure that box is unchecked. And then stop – don't click "Okay" yet. Rather, select the "More Options" tab and proceed to the next step.
Free up more disk space by removing all but the most recent restore point. As a standard function,Windows takes a snapshot of the contents of your computer at regular intervals. This procedure will keep only the most recent one.
Click "Clean up." This takes a fraction of a second, but as you proceed with the Disk Cleanup, be patient. This process may take up to half an hour or longer if it's been some time since the last cleanup.
One of the many uses for vinegar:
Business and Careers...
What Careers and Skills are in Demand?
The recently released 2016 Hot Jobs List, published by Randstad US, one of the largest HR services and staffing companies in the United States, sheds light on important trends and predicts the jobs in greatest demand for the coming year. Some hot areas include information technology, human resources, finance and accounting, office and administration, engineering, and manufacturing and logistics. And there’s good news -- experts say that across the board, job candidates can raise their expectations.
So what are the most in-demand jobs and skills needed to secure employment in these fields? Consider the following insights and predictions from the Randstad 2016 Hot Jobs study:
• Engineers will be highly sought after this year to support innovative technologies, especially in sectors that have not typically required engineering talent in the past, such as healthcare and entertainment.
• Technology will continue to transform finance and accounting, presenting a tremendous opportunity to elevate these types of roles. The key will be helping to shape company strategy through a comprehensive data approach.
• Organizations will likely gravitate toward human resource candidates with specific skills to cope with an increasingly complex workforce environment, particularly around critical matters such as talent acquisition and retention, succession and compensation planning and workforce engagement.
• There continues to be a lack of skilled information technology talent, particularly in industries that deal with the increasingly complex issues related to cyber risk and business compliance. Companies will continue to seek those with soft skills, like strong writing and communication abilities.
• As the economy continues to improve, manufacturing companies are expanding their businesses. This will require an increase in highly-skilled talent. With industry workforce shortages, employers will need to consider different ways to attract and retain talent.
• The administrative role continues to evolve, particularly as new technologies are introduced into workflows. Additionally, many organizations are coping with baby boomers retiring at a rapid pace by advancing current employees into more senior roles, rather than replacing the positions outright. These trends create great opportunity for administrative talent.
For full study results, including HR insights and salary projections, visit randstadusa.com/workforce360.
With a little research and industry trend insight, you can achieve career success in 2016.
Bingo - Portland Fire Co., 7pm.
Blue Mountain Library - Open 10-12 & 6-8pm
Bangor Public Library - Open 10-8
Slate Belt Senior Center - Open 8-4. Blue Valley Farm Show
Preschool Story Time - Bangor Public Library, 10-11am.
Mission of Love Food Pantry & Clothes Closet - N. Main St., Bangor, 10-2
Roseto Planning Commission - 7:00pm Borough Hall
BMCL Book Group - Blue Mt. Comm. Library, 6:30pm
Pen Argyl Park Board - Meeting, Community Center, 7:00pm.
Slate Belt YMCA - Open 5:00am - 9:00pm
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Birthday - Entertainer and politician Sonny Bono (1935-1998) was born in Detroit, Following a career as a pop singer, he became mayor of Palm Springs, California, then a Republican congressman, serving until his accidental death from a skiing mishap.
February 16, 2010: The Queen Mary 2 makes her first port call in China at the Port of Shanghai, since her maiden voyage in 2004
February 16, 2011: Lance Armstrong announces his official retirement from professional cycling
March is National Nutrition Month
The 2016 National Nutrition Month theme, “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right,” encourages you to take time to enjoy food traditions and appreciate the pleasures, great flavors and social experiences that food can add to life.
“Food nourishes the body and provides necessary fuel to help you thrive and fight disease,” says registered dietitian nutritionist and Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics spokesperson, Kristen Gradney. “In addition to providing nourishment, food is also a source of pleasure and enjoyment. Take time to enjoy healthy foods and all the happiness they bring to your life.”
Gradney offers a few ways you can “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right” this National Nutrition Month:
• Enjoy Food Traditions and Social Experiences: There is an obvious social component to food. Whether it’s a nightly family dinner, a special occasion or social gathering, food often plays a central role. Enjoy the food at these gatherings while also taking time to appreciate the company around you.
Research indicates that family meals promote healthier eating and strengthens family relationships.
• Appreciate Foods’ Pleasures and Flavors: Take time to appreciate the flavors, textures and overall eating experience. In today’s busy world, we often eat quickly and mindlessly. Instead, savor your food, eating slowly one bite at a time to focus on the different flavors and textures. Stop and take time in between bites.
Eating slowly not only allows you to enjoy your food, but it also can help you eat less by giving your stomach time to tell your brain you are full.
• Develop a Mindful Eating Pattern: How, when, why and where you eat, are just as important as what you eat. Think about where you eat the majority of your meals. Do you eat lunch at your desk or dinner in front of the television?
Instead of multitasking through meals, take a few minutes out of your busy schedule to find a nice place to mindfully eat.
• Consult a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist: A healthy lifestyle is much more than choosing to eat more fruits and vegetables. It’s also essential to make informed food choices based on your individual health and nutrient needs.
A registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) can educate you and guide your food choices while keeping your tastes and preferences in mind. RDNs are able to separate facts from fads and translate nutritional science into information you can use. Find an RDN in your area by visiting the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics site at www.eatright.org. The site also contains articles, recipes, videos and educational resources. Follow National Nutrition Month on Facebook and Twitter using the #NationalNutritionMonth hashtag.
By taking the time to enjoy what you eat, you can develop a healthier relationship with food.
Man Skips Work for Six Years
The maximum fine represents only sightly less than one year of his annual salary of almost $41,600.
His employers at the water company believed he was being supervised by local authorities while deputy mayor Jorge Blas Fernandez thought the opposite to be true.
"We thought he had been supervised by the water company but that was not the case," he told Spanish news outlet El Mundo.
According to the BBC local newspapers have given Garcia the nickname "el funcionario fantasma" or "the phantom official."
Garcia said a combination of office bullying related to his family's politics and a lack of work for him to do at the water company ultimately caused his extended absence. He did not report these condition for fear of losing his job.
He did occasionally report to work for brief periods of time but spent his days at the office studying philosophy.
Garcia wrote to the mayor and requested to not pay the fine and is seeking a review of the court's ruling.
TRAFFIC ALERTS WEEK OF FEBRUARY 15
RICHMOND ROAD (LOWER MT. BETHEL
Between Ott Drive and Miller Road will experience delays and single lane restriction 24 hours each day until further notice.
Between South Main St and Route 191 west lane closed into 2016. Follow detour. East lane (Rt 191 to S. Main) is open.
Grand Central Road
Between Delabole Road and Mack Road will be closed to through traffic until further notice.
Bushkill Center Road
Between Broad Street AND Bushkill Drive will experience delays and lane restriction February 16 to February 19 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Between First Street (Bangor) to Northern Northampton County Line will experience delays and lane restriction February 19 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Between First Street (Bangor) to Franklin Hill Road will experience delays and lane restriction February 18 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
At south ramp to Rt. 248 will experience delays and lane restriction February 16 to February 19 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Between PA 191 AND Oak Street will experience delays and lane restriction February 16 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Between PA 512 AND Oak Street will experience delays and lane restriction February 17 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
This Week at Bloom
Normal Open Studio Hours unless noted are:
Tuesday's from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Wednesday's from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Friday's from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Saturday's from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
This week on Saturday, February 13, 2016 there will be Shopkins Kids Event from Noon to 2:00 PM.
Celebrate President's Day and No School with a day of kid events on Monday, February 15, 2016
Come and spend some time being creative and supporting Bloom Bangor, a restorative community empowering women to live free from addiction and violence.
Sign-up by going to the Bloom on-line store at mkt.com/bloomcreativestudio and reserve your space for any of these special events or go to our web-site bloomcreativestudio.com/ or Facebook page for even more info and to register. Please sign-up by going to the Bloom on-line store at mkt.com/bloomcreativestudio and reserve your space for any of these special events.
CLICK HERE FOR BLOOM'S FEBRUARY CALENDAR
Snowshoes and Trekking Poles
Snowshoes and Trekking Poles Available
When: Monday thru Friday, 8:00 AM-2:30 PM in February
Where: Jacobsburg Visitor Center, 400 Belfast Road, Nazareth
Borrow snowshoe equipment to use on Jacobsburg’s trails this winter! Snowshoes are available for folks of any age or shoe size, including small children. Snowshoes will not be made available during times of insufficient snow cover, usually at least five inches of snow is required. To borrow equipment you must provide a driver’s license or other form of state issued identification. For more information call 610-746-2801 or email email@example.com. You can check our website for current winter conditions and snow depth.
Portland Girl Scout Troop Looking for New Members
The Portland Girl Scout Troop is looking for any interested girls in grades 4th thru 8th that would like to join their troop. The troop members are Juniors and Cadets. If you have a daughter that is younger than 4th grade you may contact the troop leader for more information. Meetings are held at the Portland Borough Hall located at 206 Division Street. Please contact the troop leader Pam at 484-764-2046 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
SFN Scholarships Available
Slater Family Network is sponsoring a $2000.00 scholarship for a 2016 Bangor High School graduate. The applications are now available on the school district website under the Slater Family Network tab, in the HS Guidance Office or the SFN office behind the DeFranco School. Completed applications are due at SFN on April 28.
The family of Denny Strouse is sponsoring a $1000.00 scholarship through Slater Family Network for a 2016 Bangor High School graduate. The applications are now available on the school district website under the Slater Family Network tab, in the HS Guidance Office or the SFN office behind the DeFranco School. Completed applications are due at SFN on April 28.
Call the SFN office with any questions at 610-599-7019
Stay At Home Moms Group
If you are a stay at home mom in the Slate Belt Area and are looking for events to socialize and build friendships for yourself and your child/children you may be interested in joining this group of moms. The meetings will be held at various local spots and during school hours. For more information go to, www.meetup.com and search for Slate Belt Stay At Home Moms.
Weona Park Yoga
Yoga at the Community Center- Mondays and Thursdays, 6 P.M. to 7 P.M. $10 per session.
Bangor Womens Club Scholarship Applications
The Bangor Womens Club will be accepting applications from senior students at Bangor and Faith Christian High Schools for consideration for their 2016 scholarship. The scholarship amount is $1000. Applications can be obtained from the school Guidance office and the deadline to submit the completed application is April 15, 2016
Musical Instrument Collection Drive
The BAHS Alumni Association is running a drive to collect used musical instruments to be donated to Bangor’s elementary band program. The instruments will be used as loaners for students who cannot afford to buy or rent them. We will take them regardless of their condition. If you have a musical instrument that is gathering dust, and you want to make a difference in a child’s life, call 610-588-5198. We will pick them up or tell you where you can drop them off. Let’s keep the music coming!
Your donations may be tax deductible.
Visit slateralums.com for more information.
NCC to Present Programs for Black History Month
Northampton Community College (NCC) will celebrate Black History Month and honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with these events.
Voices of Black History. A panel of students will discuss important people and events in black history. Thursday, February 18, 11:00 a.m., room 146, College Center, NCC Bethlehem Campus, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township.
Book Discussion: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Tuesday, February 23, Library Conference Room, College Center, NCC Bethlehem Campus, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township.
Student Debate: Should most drugs now be legalized, given that the War on Drugs has failed and resulted in mass incarcerations in the black community. Thursday, February 25, 11:00 a.m., Room 220, College Center, NCC Bethlehem Campus, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township.
All events are free and open to the public. For more information, call 610-861-5300 or visit www.northampton.edu.
NCC to Stage Play Honky
Northampton Community College (NCC) will stage Greg Kalleres’s comedic play Honky in February. The play features characters, black and white, as they navigate the murky waters of race, rhetoric and basketball shoes.
Performance times are February 19 and 20 at 7:30 p.m. and on February 21 at 3:00 p.m. at Lipkin Theatre, Kopecek Hall, Bethlehem Campus, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township.
Admission is free with a donation of non-perishable food items for a food bank or a donation to the Norman R. Roberts Scholarship fund for theatre majors.
Advance registration is recommended. Call 610-861-5524 or e-mail NCC_theatre_tickets@northampton.edu.
Spring I Class Registration
It's time to sign up for spring class offerings at the Slate Belt YMCA. Spring I classes begin the week of February 22nd. To register for adult classes such as cycling, yoga, and Silver Sneakers or youth classes like karate, dance, gymnastics, or sports visit the Welcome Center at the Slate Belt Y. Registration closes on February 20th
Ragtime Pancake Breakfast
"Back to Before" Pancake Breakfast for Bangor Area High School production of Ragtime. Will be held February 20 from 8am-11am at Bangor Area Middle School.
For tickets to this Family friendly breakfast in advance contact 610-588-3041.
Advance tickets: $5 adults, $3 children 5 and under. At door: $7 adults, $5 children 5 and under. Under two is free.
Climate Change & Conservation
Friday, February 27, 7:00-8:00 PM
Guest speaker Greg Czarnecki, Executive Director of the Wild Resource Conservation Program, will talk about conservation actions we can take that have co-benefits beyond climate change. He will also present the latest information on the current and projected impacts of climate change and what we’re doing to address the issue at DCNR. Registration is required.You can also view and register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/. If you need an accommodation to participate in a program please contact the park office at 610-746-2801 or email@example.com. With at least three days notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.
Polar Plunge Fund Raiser for Camp Papillon
A Polar plunger benefitting Camp Papillon will be held Saturday, February 27 at 12 noon at Camp Papillon Animal Shelter, 126 Brainerd Lane, Stroudsburg, PA
Eric German is at it again organizing the Polar Plunge to help homeless animals, and bring awareness to animals who are chained out in the cold. Eric raised over $5000 to help homeless, neglected and abused animals. Please support this worthwhile cause to raise much needed funds.
Join Eric and friends at noon on Saturday, February 27 at Camp Papillon Animal Shelter property. Kat of Willow Tree Inn of Stroudsburg is graciously catering lunch at the Camp Volunteer Recreation Room. After a hot lunch, you will jump in the pond located on our property. All jumpers will need a sponsorship of $100 (or more) to JUMP!
Please support Eric by donating to the Camp Papillon Polar Plunge. Checks may be mailed to Camp Papillon, 128 Brainerd Lane, Stroudsburg, PA 18360, or through our Paypal account at www.CampPapillon.org. Visit our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/camppapillon/
Boomer's Angels Meet and Greet
All adoptions must be pre-approved so why not fill out and application in advance. Visit www.boomersangels.com for an application.
If you’re not ready to adopt, why not try fostering? Foster homes are desperately needed so we can continue to save lives!
They provide you with everything a foster parent will need. You supply the love and a safe home until they are adopted.
Boomer’s Angels is in need of volunteers to help with adoption days, fundraising, etc.
Boomer’s Angels Animal Rescue & Care was formed to give as many homeless and downtrodden animals the brightest future possible. Be an Angel for a homeless pet!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.boomersangels.com, find us on Facebook, or call (570)350-4977.papillon/
Project Child Hosting Dance Event
As a community coalition, Project Child is comprised of individuals and agencies engaged in striving to protect the rights of children to live free of abuse and neglect in an environment which fosters positive self-development.
Whether you are in the mood to enjoy the ambience of the historic hotel or dance to live music, you will be coming together to join the effort to protect our community’s children from abuse and neglect. Dinner and Raffle Prizes are part of the evening. The cost is $75.00. For info go to www.projectchildlv.org or call Amy Brenfleck at 610-954-9561, ext. 334.
Free Amateur Radio Classes
Amateur radio is a fun hobby where you can talk with people across town or all over the world, even with astronauts in space, without telephone wires, cell phones or the Internet. It provides helpful communication service in emergencies, public service and community events.
Amateur radio operators come from all walks of life, from all ages, men and women, students and retirees, factory workers and doctors, and all in between. We all have one thing in common: ham radio.
We can tinker and experiment and build things. We can help with communications at parades and other community events. We send health and welfare messages in times of disaster; sometimes we are the only communications available. We can compete in radio contests, and we can have casual conversations with other hams worldwide. To do all this you need a license and a radio.
Delaware-Lehigh Amateur Radio Club will offer a series of 9 Tuesday evening free classes, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., beginning March 8 at the Northampton County Gracedale Complex, Nazareth, We will help anyone interested in earning their entry-level FCC amateur radio license. We also will offer a separate series of classes to upgrade to the General License on the same dates.
For answers to questions, more information, or to register for the free classes, please phone 610.432.8286 or email ke3aw@ARRL.NET.
The Delaware-Lehigh Amateur Radio Club, Inc. is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit charitable organization.
Breakfast With The Easter Bunny
Tickets are $8.00 for Adults. Children under 10 are Free! Tickets are available at The Scorecard, from any Rotary Member or contacting Bill Skinner 570-350-7609 ORskinww@epix.net
Money raised will be used for the 3rd Annual Dictionary Project. Rotary of the Slate Belt purchases dictionaries and distributes them to all 3rd Graders in all Slate Belt Schools. Over 800 Dictionaries have been distributed in the last 2 years.
Rotary Club of the Slate Belt is a Provisional Club of the West End Rotary and is looking for new members to join and help us Charter our Club. Our meetings are every Thursday from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM at The Scorecard Restaurant in Wind Gap, PA. Be a part of helping our Local Slate Belt Communities with a variety of projects. Come and learn how you can get involved and give back to others. See you next Thursday!
For more information contact Bill Skinner at email@example.com or 570-350-7609.
Easter Egg Hunt in the Trunk
Silent Auction to Benefit Slater Family Network
Young at Art - Expo of Art Camps
On Saturday, March 12, 2016, the Lehigh Valley Arts Council will present Young at Art, an expo of arts camps and schools, to assist parents with selecting the appropriate summer class for their child. This inaugural event will be held at Penn State Lehigh Valley, from 9:00am to 2:30pm, and feature thirty exhibitors who offer lessons in the performing, literary, media and visual arts. Free admission to the expo is provided to the public.
Families with children (ages four to eighteen years old) will enjoy meeting the various exhibitors and learning about the artistic opportunities for their aspiring creatives. The day’s festivities will showcase an arts demonstration, performance or activity every 25-minutes so children will have a chance “to try on what kind of artist” they want to be this summer.
Eleventh Annual Outdoor Sportsmen’s Dinner
The 11th annual Outdoor Sportsmen's Celebration Dinner will be held Saturday March 12 at Trinity Lutheran Church 404 Broadway, Bangor from 6:00 Pm to 8:30 Pm
Traditional Menu plus Specially Prepared Wild Game Dishes to Sample
Special Guest Speaker will be Bob Counterman, District Director Pennsylvania Trapper’s Association. Added Special will be a Comedy Monologue by Brian Siegfried
Door Prizes and Raffles (Over 100) of Hunting and Fishing Equipment. The cost is Adults - $15 Children under 12 - $6.00 under 5 – Free
Call 610-504-7886 or Email Tmarino@leeantenna.com for Tickets Seating Limited to 150, Get Your Tickets Early Proceeds to Benefit the Local Hunger Appeal and Food Bank
Come out and Celebrate this Year’s Wild Game Harvest with Food,Fun and Prizes! Bring Your Whole Family for a Great Night Out!
Slate Belt Heritage Center Event
Egg Hunt for Relay for Life
All money raised will go to benefit the American Cancer Society. They will have a few age groups with a small gift for each child and a few hidden surprise eggs. Also plan to have a bake sale and a table of team's handmade treasures to purchase. They are having this in the afternoon so it does not interfere with earlier ones..
Blue Mt Library Silent Auction
NCC to Host Lecture by Author Colum McCann
McCann is the author of Let the Great World Spin, Thirteen Ways of Looking and TransAtlantic. He is the co-founder of Narrative 4, which fosters empathy by breaking down barriers and shattering stereotypes through the exchange of stories across the world. It is led by globally influential artists, educators, students and community advocates.
McCann’s lecture is the keynote address in NCC’s 2015-2016 National Endowment for the Humanities series The Good Life, which asks engaging questions about life, the world and our place in it.
This event is free and open to the public, although advance registration is required for the lecture at the Bethlehem Campus. To make reservations, go to Northampton.edu/ColumMcCann or call 610-861-5519. No reservations are required for the live stream at the Monroe Campus.
Quiet Valley’s 19th Century Days
Registration will begin at 9 a.m. on February 1, 2016. Registrations will be taken by phone, in person or on-line until sessions are full. The price for all workshops is $5.00 per student for each session, which also covers all material fees. Registration is complete only when payment is received. Payment by PayPal, credit card or debit card is recommended.
Tours of the historic farm are available from 10-12:30 each day at $8 for adults and $5 for children 3-12.
Workshop descriptions will be listed on our website January 25th, 2016. Registration opens February 1st, 2016. To enhance the experience, participants are encouraged to come in period dress, but it is not mandatory. Lunches will be available to order or you may bring your own. There are a limited number of spots available each day, so make your reservation early.
FMI visit www.quietvalley.org or call 570-992-6161..
Healthy Kids Day
UMBT Recreation Field Hockey Program
Bangor Library Book Sale
- Friday May 6 - 12:00 - 5:00 PM
- Saturday May 7 - 10:00 - 4:00 PM
- Sunday May 8 - 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Ask The Doc........
Technology can be wonderful!
I know sometimes new technologies can be frustrating and leave us questioning whether “progress” is worth the hassle. But, that is not the case with intra-oral digital scanners. We have been using our digital scanner at Family Dental Care now for 3 months, and the results are amazing.
Sure, it’s pretty “cool” technology, and it has been totally comfortable for patients. No gagging going on! And the turn around time is much shorter. All of these are pluses, but here is the real benefit… the accuracy and fit of what we are making.
I can comfortably predict a great fit of your new crowns, splints, Invisalign aligners, retainers, and anything else we scan for. That makes it worthwhile.
It’s one thing to restore your mouth to health, but I want, you want, and you deserve to rest assured that what is placed in your mouth is the best possible fit known to dentistry.
Digital scanning is here to stay at Family Dental Care. Feel free to ask us about our scanner. Garywilliamsdmd.com.
Slate Belt Senior Center
Blue Valley Farm Show Complex
700 American Bangor Road
Bangor, ph 610-588-1224
Hours: 8:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.
Zumba Gold - Tuesdays, 10:00 A.M.
Brush Away With Senior Artists -Wednesdays, 8:00 -11:00 A.M.
Afternoon With The Arts - Thursdays, 12:15 P.M.
Help With Tax Returns-AARP
Friday, 8:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.
Friday, February 12, 11:30 A.M.
Music With Gary Dee
Friday, February 12, 12:30 P.M.
Monday, February 15 - Presidents Day
Auction - Thurs, Feb. 18, 12:15 P.M.
Friday, February 19, 10:00 A.M.
Thursday, February 25, 12:15 P.M.
New Books at
Blue Mt. Community Library
(None Submitted Recently)
New Books at
Bangor Public Library
Bohjalian, Chris: The Guest Room
Fluke, Joanne: Double Fudge Brownie Murder
Jackson, Lisa: After She’s Gone
Kava, Alex: Breaking Creed
Silent Creed: Kubica, Mary
Pretty Baby: Neggers, Carl
Secrets of the Lost Summer; Punke, Michael
The revenant; Rosenfelt, David
Blackout: Steel, Danielle
Precious Gifts: Woods, Stuart
Adult Non Fiction
De Botton, Alain: The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work.
Young Adult Fiction
Carlson, Melody: Dark Blue Fools Gold
Walker, Gabrielle: The Tale of the Final Hero.
Audio Books Fiction
Hawkins, Paula: The Girl on the Train.
Audio Books Non Fiction
Goldberg, Whoopi: If Someone says “ You complete me”, Run!
Descendants; The Martian.
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