Friday May 25, 2018
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Preschool Story Time
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Preschoolers are invited to join Miss Lorie for some fun stories and a craft that you can make and take home.

Registration is not required.


 


CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Saturday May 26, 2018
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Closed on Saturday

Library is Closed on Saturdays for the Summer.

We will be open on Saturdays starting, September 8th.

 

Monday May 28, 2018
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Library Closed

Library Closed

Tuesday May 29, 2018
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Preschool Story Time
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM

Preschoolers are invited to join Miss Lorie for some fun stories and a craft that you can make and take home.

Registration is not required.


 


CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Wednesday May 30, 2018
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Movie Night
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

A conceited hedgehog is the biggest rebel in his tribe. His life changes when he gets into a fight with another hedgehog and suffers an injury that causes memory loss. He's left to restart on a very puzzling journey.

Can hedgehog find his way?  Watch this fun movie and find out, while you munch on popcorn and snacks.

CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Thursday May 31, 2018
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Afternoon Book Discussion
4:00 PM

The Afternoon Book Discussion Group of the Dighton Public Library is discussing Beartown by Fredrik Backman.

From Kirkus:  "In Beartown , where the people are as "tough as the forest, as hard as the ice," the star player on the beloved hockey team is accused of rape, and the town turns upon itself.Swedish novelist Backman's (A Man Called Ove, 2014, etc.) story quickly becomes a rich exploration of the culture of hockey, a sport whose acolytes see it as a violent liturgy on ice. Beartown  explodes after rape charges are brought against the talented Kevin, son of privilege and influence, who's nearly untouchable because of his transcendent talent. The victim is Maya, the teenage daughter of the hockey club's much-admired general manager, Peter, another Beartown  golden boy, a hockey star who made it to the NHL. Peter was lured home to bring winning hockey back to Beartown . Now, after years of despair, the local club is on the cusp of a championship, but not without Kevin. Backman is a masterful writer, his characters familiar yet distinct, flawed yet heroic. Despite his love for hockey, where fights are part of the game, Peter hates violence. Kira, his wife, is an attorney with an aggressive, take-no-prisoners demeanor. Minor characters include Sune, "the man who has been coach of Beartown's  A-team since Peter was a boy," whom the sponsors now want fired. There are scenes that bring tears, scenes of gut-wrenching despair, and moments of sly humor: the club president's table manners are so crude "you can't help wondering if he's actually misunderstood the whole concept of eating." Like Friday Night Lights, this is about more than youth sports; it's part coming-of-age novel, part study of moral failure, and finally a chronicle of groupthink in which an unlikely hero steps forward to save more than one person from self-destruction. A thoroughly empathetic examination of the fragile human spirit, Backman's latest will resonate a long time.(Kirkus Reviews, March 1, 2017)"beartown

All are invited to join the discussion. This book group usually meets on the last Thursday of each month at 4:00. Copies of the book are available, in advance, at the library.

CONTACT:  Phyllis Haskell  508-669-6421  phaskell@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
Friday June 1, 2018
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Preschool Story Time
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Preschoolers are invited to join Miss Lorie for some fun stories and a craft that you can make and take home.

Registration is not required.


 


CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Monday June 4, 2018
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Tot Time
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Toddlers are welcome to join Miss Lorie for songs, fingerplays, a short story and some time to play with other children and fun learning toys.

CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Tuesday June 5, 2018
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Preschool Story Time
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM

Preschoolers are invited to join Miss Lorie for some fun stories and a craft that you can make and take home.

Registration is not required.


 


CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Wednesday June 6, 2018
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Movie Night
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

A prehistoric tribe clash with foreign invaders, which leads to a monumental game of soccer.

Soccer lovers everywhere are invited to watch this fun movie while you munch on popcorn and snacks.

CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Friday June 8, 2018
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Preschool Story Time
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Preschoolers are invited to join Miss Lorie for some fun stories and a craft that you can make and take home.

Registration is not required.


 


CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Monday June 11, 2018
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Tot Time
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Toddlers are welcome to join Miss Lorie for songs, fingerplays, a short story and some time to play with other children and fun learning toys.

CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Tuesday June 12, 2018
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Library @ Lincoln Village
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

The Library brings a variety of books, movies and to Lincoln Village to be checked out at the Community Room. This service is available to Lincoln Village residents and Dighton residents over the age of 60. 

Library services, such as getting a card, getting reference help and requesting materials is also available.

CONTACT:  Britt Grealish-Rust  508-669-6421  bgrealish-rust@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Lincoln Village
 
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Preschool Story Time
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM

Preschoolers are invited to join Miss Lorie for some fun stories and a craft that you can make and take home.

Registration is not required.


 


CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Wednesday June 13, 2018
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Movie Night
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The stubborn and naughty Peter Rabbit causes chaos in the home and garden of an irritable human named Mr. McGregor. However, their rivalry grows even more heated when they both fall in love with a new neighbor who adores animals.

Watch the chaos Peter Rabbit causes while you munch on popcorn and snacks.

CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Friday June 15, 2018
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Preschool Story Time
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Preschoolers are invited to join Miss Lorie for some fun stories and a craft that you can make and take home.

Registration is not required.


 


CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Monday June 18, 2018
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Tot Time
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Toddlers are welcome to join Miss Lorie for songs, fingerplays, a short story and some time to play with other children and fun learning toys.

CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Wednesday June 20, 2018
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Movie Night
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The Justice League forms to defend humanity from an otherworldly threat called Steppenwolf.

Follow the latest adventures of the Justice League while you munch on popcorn and snacks.

This movie starts right at 6:00 so be on time if you want to see the beginning.

 

CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
 
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Cookbook Club
6:30 PM

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The Dighton Public Library has started a Cookbook Club. The next meeting is Wednesday, June 20 at 6:30 PM. The deadline for sign-ups is Wednesday, June 13.  We are sharing our favorite fruit dishes.

This group meets once a month, with a different theme each month. Participants must sign up with the library in advance to let us know what type of dish you will be preparing (so we won’t have duplicates.) We will notify you of how many servings to bring for the group meeting. The servings are meant to be a taste – not full sized. And we ask that you bring copies of your recipes to share with the group.

 

CONTACT:  Jocelyn Tavares  508-669-6421  jtavares@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
Saturday June 23, 2018
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Summer Reading Starts

2018 Summer Reading Program Starts today so keep track of how much you read and sign up online or at the library.

CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Monday June 25, 2018
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Tot Time
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Toddlers are welcome to join Miss Lorie for songs, fingerplays, a short story and some time to play with other children and fun learning toys.

CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Tuesday June 26, 2018
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Library @ Lincoln Village
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

The Library brings a variety of books, movies and to Lincoln Village to be checked out at the Community Room. This service is available to Lincoln Village residents and Dighton residents over the age of 60. 

Library services, such as getting a card, getting reference help and requesting materials is also available.

CONTACT:  Britt Grealish-Rust  508-669-6421  bgrealish-rust@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Lincoln Village
Wednesday June 27, 2018
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Movie Night
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Kids release a man from a supernatural board game.

Travel back in time to when the Jumanji game first started, while you munch on popcorn and snacks.

CONTACT:  Lorie Van Hook  508-669-6421  landrews@sailsinc.org
Thursday June 28, 2018
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Afternoon Book Discussion
4:00 PM

The Afternoon Book Discussion Group of the Dighton Public Library is discussing Victoria by Daisy Goodwin.

From Kirkus:  "The teenage Queen Victoria , raging against her mother, crushing on her prime minister, and not impressed by her loser cousin Albert.Goodwin (The American Heiress, 2015, etc.) wrote this novel imagining the adolescence of the woman whose rule defined most of the 19th century just as her television script of the same story went into production in England; in her acknowledgments she thanks the actors and her daughter, a "teenage queen" herself. When the death of Victoria 's uncle, His Majesty William IV, puts her on the throne of England one month after her 18th birthday, she is legally in charge and ready to seize the reins of power, disappointing her mother and her adviser Sir John Conroy, who were counting on controlling her. Brushing them off like gnats, she announces, "For a start, I do not intend to stay here at Kensington. It is miles away from anything, and quite unsuitable as a royal residence.…I think I shall look over Buckingham House. It is in the centre of town, at least, and I believe it has a throne room." Her plan to ditch her mother and Conroy out in the burbs is quickly shot down by her new best friend and adviser, Prime Minister Lord Melbourne, who explains that "if you leave your mother behind at Kensington, there will be talk of an unpleasant kind, and that would be a shame so early in your reign." Soon hopelessly in love with the handsome older statesman she calls "Lord M," the little queen hasn't much more than a glance for the suitors vying for her attention. Then from Germany come two cousins from her mother's side—blond "demigods" Ernst and Albert. "Such a prig" is her judgment on the latter—but readers who remember their history know that something's gotta give.Fun, romantic, and suited for both adult and teenage readers. On its way to PBS in January 2017.(Kirkus Reviews, December 1, 2016)"victoria

All are invited to join the discussion. This book group usually meets on the last Thursday of each month at 4:00. Copies of the book are available, in advance, at the library.

CONTACT:  Phyllis Haskell  508-669-6421  phaskell@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
 
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Chappaquiddick Tragedy: Kennedy's Second Passenger Revealed
6:30 PM

Donald Nelson shares his theory of what could have happened so long ago at Chappaquiddick in his book, Chappaquiddick Tragedy: Kennedy's Second Passenger Revealed. 

On July 18, 1969 Ted Kennedy drove his Oldsmobile 88 off Dike Bridge and into Poucha Pond in Chappaquiddick, MA, after a night of partying in neaby Edgartown. In the morning, a body was discovered in the back seat of the sunken car - the body of Mary Jo Kopechne. The Edgartown police chief charged Kennedy with leaving the scene of an accident that caused injury. Kennedy pleaded guilty to avoid a trial, but his sentence was suspended. The public did not understand this "accident." The DA, Edmund Dinis, launched an inquest but the proceedings were closed to the public.

The mystery surrounding this incident still baffles some to this day. Nelson, a retired research physicist, pored over thousands of pages of evidence, testimony, books, and written accounts, has given him an idea of what could have happened that night that he will share with us.

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CONTACT:  Jocelyn  508-669-6421  jtavares@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
Tuesday July 10, 2018
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Library @ Lincoln Village
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

The Library brings a variety of books, movies and to Lincoln Village to be checked out at the Community Room. This service is available to Lincoln Village residents and Dighton residents over the age of 60. 

Library services, such as getting a card, getting reference help and requesting materials is also available.

CONTACT:  Britt Grealish-Rust  508-669-6421  bgrealish-rust@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Lincoln Village
Wednesday July 18, 2018
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Cookbook Club
6:30 PM

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The Dighton Public Library has started a Cookbook Club. The next meeting is Wednesday, July 18 at 6:30 PM. The deadline for sign-ups is Wednesday, July 11.  We are sharing our favorite vegetable dishes.

This group meets once a month, with a different theme each month. Participants must sign up with the library in advance to let us know what type of dish you will be preparing (so we won’t have duplicates.) We will notify you of how many servings to bring for the group meeting. The servings are meant to be a taste – not full sized. And we ask that you bring copies of your recipes to share with the group.

 

CONTACT:  Jocelyn Tavares  508-669-6421  jtavares@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
Thursday July 19, 2018
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Historic New England
6:30 PM

Patricia Harris and David Lyon join us to give their tour of the top 100 National Landmarks of New England while sharing their book, Historic New England: A Tour of the Region's Top 100 National Landmarks. Ms. Harris and Mr. Lyons have highlighted the more interesting landmarks around New England, those which they consider have the most intriguing and rewarding history.

In addition to historic houses and tall ships, Historic New England examines such quirky spots as the country's oldest weather stations, carousels and sandy beaches. From Fairfield, Connecticut's Birdcraft Sanctuary to the Windjammers of Rockland, Maine, this book will appeal to the historical enthusiast, armchair traveler and both local visitors and tourists alike.

Historic New England Book jacketPatricia Harris and David Lyon are authors of more than thirty books on travel, food and art, including Boston, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont & New Hampshire in the Food Lovers series. The can be found online at the http://hungrytravelers.com

CONTACT:  Jocelyn Tavares  508-669-6421  jtavares@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
Tuesday July 24, 2018
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Library @ Lincoln Village
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

The Library brings a variety of books, movies and to Lincoln Village to be checked out at the Community Room. This service is available to Lincoln Village residents and Dighton residents over the age of 60. 

Library services, such as getting a card, getting reference help and requesting materials is also available.

CONTACT:  Britt Grealish-Rust  508-669-6421  bgrealish-rust@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Lincoln Village
Thursday July 26, 2018
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Afternoon Book Discussion
4:00 PM

The Afternoon Book Discussion Group of the Dighton Public Library is discussing Beach House for Rent by Mary Alice Monroe.

From Library Journal:  "/* Starred Review */ Despite pressure from her brother, Palmer, Cara Rutledge refuses to sell Primrose, the 85-year-old cottage on Isle of Palms, SC. Palmer does come up with a tenant for  the entire summer. Heather Wyatt is an accomplished illustrator with a commission to paint shorebirds for  postage stamps. She arrives at the house  with her three canaries and a well-hidden problem: she suffers from extreme social anxiety that often leads to panic attacks. While building a deck at Primrose, Bo Stanton senses Heather's shyness and is able to draw her out. They're making progress when Cara is dealt a tragic blow, losing the love of her life. She wants to return to the beach house  to heal, but Heather is unwilling to give it up. Instead, she offers Cara a solution that could help them both—why not share the beach house for  the rest of the summer? Monroe (The Beach House ) continues her series featuring women who return to Primrose for  comfort, healing, and strength. However, the books can stand alone. VERDICT Readers interested in environmental fiction highlighting endangered birds, turtles, and lands will delight in this latest novel featuring women who need the healing power of nature. Recommended for  fans of Dorothea Benton Frank and beach  fiction.—Lesa Holstine, Evansville Vanderburgh P.L., IN --Lesa Holstine (Reviewed 05/15/2017) (Library Journal, vol 142, issue 9, p70)beach house for rent

All are invited to join the discussion. This book group usually meets on the last Thursday of each month at 4:00. Copies of the book are available, in advance, at the library.

CONTACT:  Phyllis Haskell  508-669-6421  phaskell@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
Thursday August 30, 2018
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Afternoon Book Discussion
4:00 PM

The Afternoon Book Discussion Group of the Dighton Public Library is discussing Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff.

From Library Journal:  "/* Starred Review */ In this surprising and  complex love story, Groff (Arcadia ) explores the obsessive nature of love. The first half of the novel is told from the viewpoint of the magnetic Lancelot "Lotto" Satterwhite, whose pleasant childhood ends when his wealthy father dies, leaving him and  his younger sister in the hands of their unbalanced mother, Antoinette. After a tortured adolescence spent at a boarding school, Lotto blossoms in college, becoming an acclaimed actor and  an eminent womanizer—until he meets the mysterious loner, Mathilde. After the two marry impulsively, Antoinette cuts off Lotto from his inheritance, but he eventually finds fame as a playwright with Mathilde by his side. In the book's second half, we see events from Mathilde's perspective. While in the first section she seems quietly supportive, her character is revealed to have a dark undercurrent of cold calculation, and  readers will question everything that has come before. VERDICT Like a classic tragedy, Groff's novel offers high drama, hubris, and  epic love, complete with Greek chorus-like asides. A singular and  compelling literary read, populated with extraordinary characters; highly recommended. [See Prepub Alert, 3/16/15.]— Joy Humphrey, Pepperdine Univ. Law Lib., Malibu, CA --Joy Humphrey (Reviewed June 1, 2015) (Library Journal, vol 140, issue 10, p86)"fates and furies

All are invited to join the discussion. This book group usually meets on the last Thursday of each month at 4:00. Copies of the book are available, in advance, at the library.

CONTACT:  Phyllis Haskell  508-669-6421  phaskell@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
Thursday September 27, 2018
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Afternoon Book Discussion
4:00 PM

The Afternoon Book Discussion Group of the Dighton Public Library is discussing Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk by Kathleen Rooney.

From Library Journal:  "/* Starred Review */ It's New Year's Eve 1984 and indomitable octogenarian Lillian Boxfish has places to go. Manhattan is her playground, and she's not going to let a subway vigilante or the winter chill keep her indoors. Outfitted in her beloved mink coat, which she bought for herself in 1942, Lillian briskly sets off from her Murray Hill apartment, reminiscing about her illustrious career as the highest-paid woman in advertising, her first love, Max, and her darling son, Gian. She joins a family of strangers at Delmonico's for dinner, charms a Filipino convenience store clerk, smartly tells off a boor at a trendy loft party, and unflappably transforms a mugging into a business transaction. Lillian's needle-sharp observations are astute and her unceasing love for New York City shines through. Her life has not always been breezy, but she keeps putting one fashionable foot in front of the other. VERDICT Rooney (O, Democracy!) takes us on a delightful stroll with a colorful character, inspired by the life of poet and ad woman Margaret Fishback, sprinkling just the right details and arch bons mots appropriate to Lillian's reputation as a woman of words. [See Prepub Alert, 8/1/16; Editors' Fall Picks 2016, LJ 9/1/16.] --Christine Perkins (Reviewed 12/01/2016) (Library Journal, vol 141, issue 20, p89)lillian boxfish takes a walk

All are invited to join the discussion. This book group usually meets on the last Thursday of each month at 4:00. Copies of the book are available, in advance, at the library.

CONTACT:  Phyllis Haskell  508-669-6421  phaskell@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
Thursday October 25, 2018
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Afternoon Book Discussion
4:00 PM

The Afternoon Book Discussion Group of the Dighton Public Library is discussing The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict.

From Library Journal:  "To what extent did Albert Einstein's first wife, Mileva Maric´, contribute to his groundbreaking theories? That question lies at the heart of this first novel, narrated by Mileva. When she arrives from Zagreb to study physics in Zurich in 1896, she faces local prejudice against Serbs and pity for her limp resulting from a congenital defect. She also must prove herself academically in a class of five men, including Albert; his interest in her quickly shifts from intellectual to romantic, with promises of marriage he doesn't fulfill until after their daughter, Lieserl, is born. Having lost her academic chances, Mileva hopes to continue collaborating with Albert on his theories, but he never acknowledges Mileva's work and increasingly treats her like a servant. Benedict draws on many sources, especially letters from Albert, Mileva, and her friend Helene Kaufler, but Albert in this portrait emerges as self-centered, unlikable, and ambitious. And as Mileva submits to Albert's repeated bullying, it is hard to imagine her drive and determination in pre-Zurich days. Although both Lieserl's fate (early death or possible adoption) and Mileva's scientific contributions are subjects of debate, they continue to stimulate discussion. VERDICT With a reading group guide included and major publicity campaign planned, expect steady demand in public libraries. [See Prepub Alert, 5/2/16.] --Kathy Piehl (Reviewed 08/01/2016) (Library Journal, vol 141, issue 13, p77)"the other einstein

All are invited to join the discussion. This book group usually meets on the last Thursday of each month at 4:00. Copies of the book are available, in advance, at the library.

CONTACT:  Phyllis Haskell  508-669-6421  phaskell@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
Thursday November 29, 2018
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Afternoon Book Discussion
4:00 PM

The Afternoon Book Discussion Group of the Dighton Public Library is discussing The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartbreak Blues by Edward Kelsey Moore.

From Library Journal:  /* Starred Review */ Readers will be pleased to catch up with the  three lifelong friends, dubbed in high school "the Supremes ," from the  author's best-selling debut, The Supremes  at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat. A cast of quirky residents of Plainview, IN, from Baptist assistant pastors to traveling bluesmen, orbits now middle-aged Odette, Clarice, and Barbara Jean in this story of family, friendship, and forgiveness. The  novel opens with an unusual wedding scene involving a pair of octogenerians who once were sworn enemies. Sensitive, strong, sharp-tongued Odette narrates several chapters, providing insight on each new crisis (big or small) gleaned from living in a small town or from her dead mama, who pops up unexpectedly to chat. VERDICT Moore's bluesy, breezy novel takes readers through life's highs and lows and in-between times when no one knows what is coming next; its air of folksy optimism should appeal to fans of Alexander McCall Smith and Fredrik Backman. [See Prepub Alert, 12/19/16.]—Laurie Cavanaugh, Thayer P.L., Braintree, MA --Laurie Cavanaugh (Reviewed 06/01/2017) (Library Journal, vol 142, issue 10, p94)the supremes sing the happy heartbreak blues

All are invited to join the discussion. This book group usually meets on the last Thursday of each month at 4:00. Copies of the book are available, in advance, at the library.

CONTACT:  Phyllis Haskell  508-669-6421  phaskell@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library
Thursday December 20, 2018
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Afternoon Book Discussion
4:00 PM

The Afternoon Book Discussion Group of the Dighton Public Library is discussing The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartbreak Blues by Edward Kelsey Moore.

In this well known classic, a miser learns the true meaning of Christmas when three ghosts review his past and foretell his future. (from Novelist).a christmas carol

All are invited to join the discussion. This book group usually meets on the last Thursday of each month at 4:00. Copies of the book are available, in advance, at the library.

CONTACT:  Phyllis Haskell  508-669-6421  phaskell@sailsinc.org
LOCATION: Dighton Public Library

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