March 13 1942 The Quartermaster Corps (QMC) of the United States Army begins training dogs for the newly established War Dog Program, or “K-9 Corps.” Over a million dogs served on both sides during WWI carrying messages along the complex network of trenches and providing some measure of psychological comfort to the soldiers. The most famous dog to emerge from the war was Rin Tin Tin, an abandoned puppy of German war dogs found in France in 1918 and taken to the United States, where he made his film debut in the 1922 silent film The Man from Hell’s River. As the first bona fide animal movie star, Rin Tin Tin made the little-known German Shepherd breed famous across the country.
How to Cook Like a Professional Chef at Home
Pans should be as close to the center of your oven as possible for even cooking. And don’t allow pans to touch oven walls or each other.
It’s all about air flow and circulation. Place pans on different racks if you are cooking in them concurrently and align them so they are slightly offset (but close to the center of each rack), to allow heated air to circulate nicely.
Avoid Cold Ingredients
Avoid using cold eggs because mixtures with them won’t emulsify properly. Don’t use hard, cold butter. Softened butter is better for leavening baked goods and creating an airy, tender texture. And when cooking with it, cold butter won’t melt consistently to flavor vegetables and you often wind up scalding it in the pan.
Leaving butter on the counter for an hour to soften up is time consuming, and it still won’t distribute evenly and can leave a mess of leftover butter. A better alternative is the new Biem butter sprayer, a first-of-its-kind kitchen tool that lets users convert a stick of real butter from solid to liquid spray in seconds. It controls portioning so you use less butter, uses no chemical propellants and leaves the unused portion un-melted and in stick form, ready to return to the fridge. More information is available atwww.biemspray.com.
Use exactly what a recipe lists. For example, if a recipe specifies sugar, use white granulated sugar. Brown sugar or raw sugar doesn’t have the same consistency as granulated sugar. And substitutions like agave or maple syrup don’t have the same chemistry and will impact the science behind the recipe.
If a recipe calls for butter, using something else, particularly something artificial, will color the flavor. Imitation butter sprays are chock full of additives and artificially-flavored oils that just don’t taste like the real thing. Always use real, natural ingredients.
“I’ve been around long enough to live through the evolution of butter to margarine and the eventual discoveries of trans fats and their impact to our health that has brought people back to butter,” says Doug Foreman, creator of the new Biem butter sprayer and founder of Beanitos and Guiltless Gourmet. “Seems like eventually science always discovers natural is better.”
Weigh your ingredients using a proper kitchen scale. And learn how to measure teaspoons and tablespoons correctly.
Cooking and baking are sciences and art, so small changes and little tricks can make a big difference in the finished products.
Woman Gets HS Diploma for 93rd birthday
Dorothy Liggett, 93, celebrated her birthday by finally receiving her high school diploma in a small ceremony in front of her home, attended by family members and the Superintendent of Akron Public Schools.
Liggett was unable to complete her senior year of high school after being expelled from North high school in 1942 for revealing that she was married.
"In those days, if you were married you couldn't go to school," she told newnet5.com.
Liggett ran away to Kentucky to marry her then fiance, John Huston, after he had been called to serve in the U.S. Army Air Corps. She accidentally revealed that she was married to a gym teacher after she felt belittled for forgetting her gym clothes.
At the time Liggett also learned that she was pregnant with her daughter Janice Larkin, who wrote a letter to the school board requesting her mother receive her diploma.
"She always felt that by not getting her high school diploma, she had not done what she should have," Larkin, 73, told the Akron Beacon Journal. "I feel responsible because she was pregnant with me when she was expelled."
Larkin's letter explained her mother's deep regret and noted how she constantly stressed the importance of education to her children and any other young people she met. Her story caught the attention of Superintendent David W. James who sought to rectify the mistake.
"When I read the letter, and did some follow-up research, I felt terrible for the way Mrs. Liggett was treated all of those years ago and wanted to do what we could to make it up to her," he said. "To have invested 13 years in school, to have been a good student and still not receive a diploma because of that, was simply wrong."
During the ceremony Liggett was presented with a black cap and gown as James shook her hand while presenting her with her diploma.
"Her one regret is no longer a regret. It is a fulfilled ambition," Ligget's son 67-year-old son Donald Huston said.
"I'm really thrilled that she is finally getting the one thing she always told us she wished she had gotten. This is a special birthday gift. It gives credence to her entire life."
TRAFFIC ALERTS WEEK OF MARCH 7
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.
Route 33 South
Between PA 191 AND Tatamy will experience delays and lane restriction March 7 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Sullivan Trail (Plainfield Twp)
Between PA 191 AND Oak Street will experience delays and lane restriction March 7 - March 8 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Bushkill Center Road
Between Broad Street AND Bushkill Drive will experience delays and lane restriction March 7 to March 11 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Sullivan Trail (Plainfield Twp)
Between PA 512 AND Oak Street will experience delays and lane restriction March 9 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Between Franklin Hill Road AND 1st Street (Bangor) will experience delays and lane restriction March 10 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Between 1st Street (Bangor) AND Monroe County Line will experience delays and lane restriction March 11 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
This Week at Bloom
(Open Studio is $8 plus materials)
(610) 588-4775 or firstname.lastname@example.org
32 Broadway, Bangor PA
Please register in advance for events by purchasing online, purchasing in person, or calling. They also love hosting parties, private events, and private lessons- reach out to schedule.
Prescription Drug Take-Back Box
Slate Belt Heritage Center Events Schedule
Thursday, May 12, 7 PM - "The Crystal Laundry" - presented by Harvey Drury
Thursday, June 16, 7 PM - (moved to 3rd Thursday because of high school graduation) - "Slate Belt Heritage Center Preservation Awards Ceremony". Three recipients will be awarded for Architectural, Special Focus, and Initiative achievements.
Thursday, July 14, 7 PM - "History of the Mt. Bethel Inn" (now TK'S). -Presented by Kara Muschock.
Thursday, August 11, 7PM - "Preservation and Restoration of Gravestones" - Presented by John O'Brien who is a member of the Association of Gravestone Studies, an international group dedicated to preserving old cemeteries.
Thursday, September 8, 7 PM - "History and Preservation of Greenwalk Trout Hatchery" - Presented by Jackie and Ty Bartosh. The impact of the fishing industry and its benefits on the environment will be explained.
Thursday, October 13, 7 PM - "Annual Heritage Haunted Tour".
Thursday, November 10, 7 PM - Veterans Program
Sunday, December 11, 2 PM - Carol Alfred on German "Belznichel Santa's"
Totts Gap Arts Events Schedule
Donate Prom Clothing to BAHS
BHS Class of 1986 Scholarship
A scholarship award of $500.00 will continue to be presented annually to a member of the graduating senior class at Bangor High School who best exemplifies the qualities which Gary embodied -- leadership, friendship, service, character, and scholastic achievement. The recipient is chosen by Gary's wonderful and loving family, and is announced during Commencement.
Anyone interested in applying for the scholarship should see the guidance counselor at Bangor High School.
PAHS Alumni Association Accepting Nominations
A child is eligible for admission to kindergarten if he/she has attained the age of five (5) years by the first scheduled day of the school term for students (August 29, 2016) and successfully completes the district’s kindergarten screening process (School Board Policy # 201).
Kindergarten screenings for the 2016-2017 school year will occur on April 6th and 7th at Washington Elementary and Five Points Elementary Schools. All screenings will be by appointment only. An adult must accompany the child(ren) for the screening appointment.
In order to make the transition to kindergarten as organized as possible, timely registration is vital. Please pick up your registration packets and one for a friend, too, who has a student age appropriate for kindergarten.
Portland Girl Scout Troop Looking for New Members
Heritage Center Seeks Volunteers
SFN Scholarships Available
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
Weona Park Yoga
Clean Slate Yoga
Bangor Womens Club Scholarship Applications
Musical Instrument Collection Drive
Your donations may be tax deductible.
Visit slateralums.com for more information.
Fishing Rods and Tackle at Jacobsburg
Where: Jacobsburg Visitor Center, 400 Belfast Road, Nazareth
Borrow fishing poles and tackle to use in Jacobsburg’s creeks! To borrow equipment you must provide a driver’s license or other form of state issued identification. Persons age 16 and older must possess a current fishing license to fish. Adults can help children under 16 fish without a license. Bait is not provided. For more information call 610-746-2801 or email email@example.com.
Lehigh Valley Horse Council Will Meet
The speaker will be Tera Ramig, DVM, All Points Equine
(LVHC is not responsible for the cost of meals. beverages, etc.)
FMI: 610-704-4130, 610-837-7294
Young At Heart Club Meeting
Free Ratatouille Showing
MBA Annual Basket Raffle
They also will be having 50/50 for cash prizes. The snack stand will be open for light refreshments. Please be sure to bring your own chair as seating will be limited. ALL PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT THE MUSIC DEPARTMENTS FOR WGMS AND PLAINFIELD ELEMENTARY.
Pet Photos with Easter Bunny
Cost $8.00 per photo. All proceeds benefit Waggin' Tails Pet Rescue of Brodheadsville. Visit www.waggintailsrescue.com and find us on Facebook,www.facebook.com/waggin.tailsrescue.
Open Mic Nights at Red Thread Cafe
Invited guest performers include local favorites Without a Mike, Jordyn Kenzie and Kayla Avitabile.
“This night is always one of the most fun for the audience and the performers,” reports Karl Stopfer, talent coordinator at Red Thread Cafe. “There is so much hidden talent in our community – singers, dancers, artists and poets – and we're just so glad to be able to give them a venue where they can show their stuff. A good time is guaranteed for all.”
Open Mic Night is Saturday, March 19th. The doors open at 7 p.m. The Red Thread Cafe Open Mic Night will be held at Baby Harry Coffee Company located at 34 Broadway, Bangor, PA. Donations are gratefully accepted and will go towards a local cause. Anyone who is interested in performing should email (firstname.lastname@example.org), message us on Facebook or phone ( 855-INFO-HOPE) the staff at Red Thread Cafe. Remember, notify the Red Thread Cafe as soon as possible to ensure your spot in the spotlight.
Pet Photos With the Easter Bunny
Cost $8.00 per photo. All proceeds benefit Waggin' Tails Pet Rescue of Brodheadsville. Visit www.waggintailsrescue.com and find us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/waggin.tailsrescue..
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..
Portland Community Easter Egg
Forks Township Egg Hunt
The egg hunt is at the Forks Township Amphitheater. Cost per child is $2.00.
PAHS Alumni Association Accepting Nominations
Pet Photos with Easter Bunny
The pictures will cost $10 for a framed 4x6 print and 3 for $25, and make wonderful memories and gifts..
Safe Haven Pet Rescue is a small group of dedicated volunteers from the West End of the Poconos who save highly adoptable dogs from high kill and overcrowded shelters and find them loving homes. Shelter killing is the number one cause of dog deaths, and Safe Haven has saved over 600 lives so far.
Safe Haven Rescue needs Volunteers to help with Adoption Days, fundraising, transporting dogs to vets and groomers, and Fostering homeless dogs until they find their forever homes. If you are an animal lover, we would love to meet you. Help us save homeless dogs!
For more information about Safe Haven, and to find a list of dogs available for adoption and Adoption Applications, please visit www.SafeHavenPa.org . Contact Safe Haven atSafeHaven@epix.net. Join Safe Haven Pa on Facebook.
Tricky Tray for Caryssa
Caryssa is 26 years old. She has severe mental disabilities, cerebral palsy, unsteady gait, she is non verbal and requires full time care. Please help us keep her living at home by adding a room to our home that gives her safety and room to grow and learn. Volunteers and Donations are still needed. Share our event and help get the word out! If you have any questions, please contact Kelly Horn Giamoni. We will add more details as time gets closer, but doors are opening at 1PM!
All Star Basketball Fights Breast Cancer
See Monroe County seniors play and help in the battle against Breast Cancer. FMI: 570-460-5156.
Free Diabetes Screening
An appointment is necessary for the test. Call Scavello’s office at 610-863-1200 to arrange for your free test.
The A1C test is a blood test that provides information about a person’s average levels of blood glucose, also called blood sugar, over the past 3 months. The A1C test is sometimes called the hemoglobin A1c, HbA1c, or glycohemoglobin test.
The A1C test is the primary test used for diabetes management and diabetes research
Get moving after work with a brisk hike a Jacobsburg. These guided hikes are 2-2.5 miles over uneven terrain. Hikers should always bring water and sturdy boots or shoes. Dogs are welcome on a leash. Meet by the flagpole at the Visitor Center at 400 Belfast Road. Registration is not required. Join the email reminder list by contacting 610-746-2801 or email@example.com.
Faith United The Lord's Supper Reenactment
Bangor Cheerleader Fund Raiser
Please come out for a bite to eat and help support the Bangor Cheerleaders
Reptiles and Amphibians
Join us as we learn about the reptiles and amphibians that occur in the Lehigh Valley. We will discuss the difference between reptiles and amphibians, identification and biology of local species, and the current status of some of these creatures. After the talk, there will be a walk in search of frogs and salamanders. Participants should dress for the weather, wear footwear that can get wet and bring a flashlight. Registration is required.
Easter Bunny Coming by Helicopter
An egg hunt will be held outside at 1pm. In the case of severe rain, this event will be cancelled. Tickets available over the phone or in person at the winery. You can also purchase them online.
Tickets Available: www.tolinovineyards.com.
Health Screenings Available
Wine Tasting/Art Benefit
Bloom, an art studio in Bangor, will guide you in painting a pair spring themed wine glasses (art to be posted asap) All art supplies will be provided and wine by the glass will be available for purchase.
Most of the proceeds will be donated to Bloom which provides free housing, counseling and guidance to women in need.
East Bangor Basket Bingo
Spring Brunch With the Author
Ms. Romano was born in the Pittsburgh area and now lives in Bangor in a historical Victorian home suited to her line of work. The event is free but registration at the library is required for attendance. The library is located at 39 South Main Street, Bangor, PA. For additional information and to register please call the library @ 610-588-4136.
NCC Chef-in-Residence Cooking Demo
Goulet is the executive chef at Lords Valley Country Club in Lords Valley, Pennsylvania. He earned a specialized diploma from NCC’s culinary arts program. He interned at Daniel Boulud, Chantarelle, and Blue Hill restaurants. He worked his way up to sous chef at the Park Avenue Café and opened his own ice sculpting business. He taught at NCC as well as at the Florida Culinary Institute and earned the certified executive chef and certified executive pastry chef certifications designations, the youngest person at that time to have achieved those honors.
The event includes tastings. The menu for the demonstration is:
- Fresh Mozzarella Bocconcini
- White Bean & Broccoli Rabe, Tomato Comfiture, Saba Vinegar Pippete
- Micro Basil, Olive Oil Crisp
- Crispy Togarashi Tuna
- Sambal Oelek Mayo, Sticky Rice Fritter
- Pineapple & Cucumber, Soy Ginger Vinaigrette
- “Corned Duck Rueben”
- Caraway Bread, Gruyere Cheese, Pickled Mayonnaise Slaw
- Seared Diver Scallop
- Chick Pea Smear, Grilled Eggplant Salad,
- Curried Red Lentils, Lemon Yogurt
- Vanilla “Egg” Custard
- Strawberry Mint Salad
The Robert C. Wood Chef-in-Residence program was established by the Wood Company (now Sodexo Wood) in 2000 to give culinary students the opportunity to work side-by-side with chefs from some of the region’s top restaurants. While on campus, the chefs also share some of their favorite recipes with the public during a cooking demonstration and special dinners. Proceeds from the demonstration will benefit the Hotel, Restaurant and Culinary Arts Endowment Fund at NCC.
For more information or to register to www.northampton.edu/special events or call 610-861-5519.
Blue Mt Library Silent Auction
All money raised benefits the Blue Mountain Community Library.
Antique appraisals by licensed auctioneers: Lori Biechy, Lori Biechy Auctions; Christian Answini, Saucon Valley Auction Co. Les Beyerand Auctioneer/AppraiserGinny Beyer, Appraiser.
Silent auction of a variety of gift cards and items donated by area businesses. For auction participation, cash and checks will be accepted.
Barbecue, hotdogs, and other food available for purchase
This year, admission is FREE to participate in the auctions! Cost to bring one item for appraisal and participate in the auctions: $10. Cost to bring two items for appraisal and participate in the auctions: $15
A limited number of tickets to bring items for appraisal are available for purchase at the library while supplies last). These tickets must be purchased in advance at the library
Bangor and Pen Argyl Musicians in County Event
The Band Directors from Bangor Area High School, Easton Area High School, Freedom High School, The Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Performing Arts,Northampton Area High School, Pen Argyl High School, Saucon Valley High School, and Wilson Area High School, are pleased and excited that this event has been organized for the benefit of the students, and everyone is looking forward to the upcoming rehearsals and concert.
Each piece on this program will be directed by one of the participating schools’ band directors, giving the students an opportunity to perform under the baton of nine different directors at the concert. The festival rehearsals have also proved beneficial to the directors who have enjoyed the camaraderie and professional development of working with one another in the rehearsal setting. Both the students and directors alike owe a special debt of gratitude to Ms. Carole Lutte for organizing and hosting this event in its inaugural year.
The Northampton County Band Festival Concert will be held at Easton Area High School on Saturday, April 9,2016 at 7:00 PM. Tickets will be available at the door for $5.
4-H Equine Garage Sale Open to the Public
The Northampton County 4-H Center is located at 777 Bushkill Center Rd., 2.2 miles south of Rte. 512 from the traffic light for Bushkill Center Rd. or 3 miles north of Nazareth on Bushkill Center Rd.
There will be new and used items for sale for all horse interests and disciplines. Also there will be horse crafts, Breyer model horses, clothing and other horse related items. All sellers must preregister for an inside sale table or space, outside space is first-come the day of the swap; there are no consignments. No live animals are permitted; no dogs permitted.
Food, courtesy of Backtrackers 4-H Horse and Pony Club, will be available during the sale hours. This is a rain/shine event; being held inside non-heated buildings and outside.
The 4-H program is open to youths between the ages of 8-19 years. It offers over 150 hands on projects, a wide variety of experiences, and builds life skills for the future. Volunteer leaders are always welcome.
Anyone wishing information concerning the tack swap or the Northampton County 4-H Horse Program is asked to call Janice Martin at 610-837-7294. Anyone wishing general information concerning the 4-H program in Northampton County is asked to call Brad Kunsman at the Northampton County 4-H Offices, weekdays, 8 AM - 4 PM, at 610-746-1970.
Bangor Lions Spaghetti Dinner
Krusaderz 4 Kure Tricky Tray
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.
TGAI Wildlife Workshop
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..
Mulligan Benefit Bowling
Ever wanted the chance to take a "Mulligan" during a round of bowling? Well here's your chance! Sanctioned and non-sanctioned brackets available. Proceeds benefit the Slate Belt YMCA's Pool fund as well as the Slate Belt Youth Bowling Association.
Bingo Fund Raiser
Healthy Kids Day
TGAI Arts Fair 2016
They are currently taking applications for vendors. If you wish to reserve a space, please read and return a Vendor Contract for consideration. There is payment information, and a deadline, so be sure to read all points.
We are also selling ad space for our program. You can download an order form to place your ad. This is for everyone- businesses AND parents, grandparents- anyone who would like to get their ad noticed by over 300 guests on the day of our Arts Fair, as well as on our website and Facebook page on the days leading up to the Arts Fair. We have space for everything from full page ads to one-line mentions to recognize your special artist.
UMBT Recreation Field Hockey Program
Spring Cash Bingo
The cost is $20 in advance or $25 at the door. The kitchen will be open.
A jackpot of $500 will be available in addition to a Tricky Tray, 50/50 and door prizes.
Call the following for tickets: Shirley Thomas, President 610-863-4603, or cell at 484-541-4659. Ruth Hahn Vice President 610-588-7402. Donna Eberle Secretary 484-298-0192. Sandy Wambold Treasurer 610-462-5611.
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
Relay For Life
Pennsylvania Trappers Rendezvous
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.
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 9:30 A.M.
Craft & Chat
Tuesdays, 9:30 A.M.
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
Fridays, 8:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.
(call for an appointment)
Monday, March 14, 1:30 P.M.
Thursday, March 17, 10:00 A.M.
Thursday, March 17, 12:15 P.M.
Friday, March 18, 12:00
Tuesday, March 22, 11:30 A.M.
Thursday, March 24, 1:00-2:00 P.M
CLOSED GOOD FRIDAY
New Books at
Blue Mt. Community Library
The Wedding Pearls, Carolyn Brown
Coal River, Ellen Wiseman
The Gilded Hour, Sara Donati
The First Hostage, Joel Rosenberg
Secret Sisters, Jayne Ann Krentz
The Song of Hartgrove Hall, Natasha Solomons
My Name is Lucy Barton, Elizabeth Strout
The Good Good Bye, Carla Buckley
The Things We Keep, Sally Hepworth
The Guest Room, Chris Bohjalian
The 8th Circle, Sarah Cain
Moonlight Over Paris, Jennifer Robson
Stars Over Sunset Boulevard, Susan Meissner
Find Her, Lisa Gardner
The Bitter Season, Tami Hoag
Adult Large Print:
The Theory Of Death, Faye Kellerman
Scandalous Behavior, Stuart Woods
Point Blank, Fern Michaels
Blue, Danielle Steel
New Leaf, Catherine Anderson
Breakdown, Jonathan Kellerman
A Son's Vow, Shelly S. Gray
Salt To The Sea, Ruta Sepetys
Two Hours, Ed Caesar
Fatal Jealousy, Colin McEvoy
While The City Slept, Eli Sanders
New Books at
Bangor Public Library
Andersen, H.C.: Best Loved Fairy Tales
Kelly, Elizabeth: the Last Summer of the Camperdowns
Macomber, Debbie: Blossom Street Brides
Sparks, Nicholas: the Last Song; the Wedding
Adult non Fiction
Barton, David: the Jefferson Lies, Exposing the Myths You’ve Always Believed about Thomas Jefferson
Tapolitano, Andrew: the Constitution in Exile, How the Federal Government Has Seized Power by Rewriting the Supreme Law of the Land
Young Adult Fiction
Donnelly, Jennifer: Deep Blue
Fraction, Matt: the Five Fists of Science
Wallace, Karen: Aargh, It’s an Alien
Audio Books Fiction
Kidd, Sue Monk: the Invention of Wings
Sparks, Nicholas: See Me
Camp Rock 2 the Final Jam
Disney Channel Holiday
Dora the Explorer Saves the Snow Princess
Fraggle Rock Dance Your Cares Away
Hello Kitty Tells Fairy Tales
Mysteryquest the Complete First Season
The Nutty Professor
The Smurfs; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The Wiggles Top of the Tots
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