Confused about your health care options? Meet one-on-one with a Health Connect Navigator who will review the health plan options with you and answer your questions. Free 30-minute appointments are available from 10 am to 2 pm on Friday, Nov. 8. Call the Library to schedule your appointment, or sign up when you next visit.
Ender’s Game: Which did you prefer, the book or the movie? Join us on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 6:30 pm as we discuss the differences and similarities between the two. If you’d like a copy of the book, just stop by the Pierson Library: we are holding one at the front desk just for you!
‘Wednesday Crafternoons! Kids ages five and up are invited to stop in to create a seasonal craft to bring home. Join us on Wednesday, Nov. 13, and Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 3:30 pm.
Musical Storytime with Mary Catherine Jones: Every Thursday morning (except Thanksgiving) at 10:30 am, Mary Catherine Jones entertains our younger patrons (and their parents or caregivers) with stories, songs, puppets, and rhymes. Greet Merlin the Wizard and meet the Old Lady Who Swallowed the Fly! No registration necessary.
Thursday Movie Afternoons for our younger patrons: Enjoy a newly-released movie and popcorn with your friends downstairs in the library on Thursdays at 3:15 pm. The movie for Nov. 14 is a much anticipated prequel, starring a popular pair of monsters who attend college in the hopes of fulfilling their childhood dreams of becoming professional “scarers.”
Red Clover and Dorothy Canfield Fisher Book Discussions: Home school students are invited to convene on Friday, Nov. 15, from 10:30 am to noon to discuss an award-nominated book. This month’s picks include “The False Prince” for older readers, and “Lemonade in Winter” for students in grades K-3. Meet fellow home school students, enjoy refreshments, take part in a project, and share your opinions of a great book before voting for your favorite in April.
Pierson Library featured in Archer Mayor’s latest novel! Be sure to check out Archer Mayor’s newest Joe Gunther murder mystery, “Three Can Keep A Secret.” During the course of his investigation, he visits the Pierson Library to inquire about a woman who had used the library’s computer. True to life, the library staff refused to give her name or any information on what she had accessed on the computer. We respect your privacy!
Tonight! The Mine Craft Club meets from 6:30 to 8 pm on Thursday, Nov. 7. Players ages 9 and up are invited to gather at the library, enjoy snacks, and play Mine Craft with friends. Attendees must already have a subscription to the game. Bring your own device, or call to sign up for a library device to play on.
Reminder: The Library will be closed on Monday, Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans’ Day.