Posted by Jill on Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 5:20 pm |
Need a spring pick-me-up during the dark days of January? Stop by the circulation desk and see the stunning new flower arrangement created by Shelley Baker-Vance of the Falmouth Garden Club. You can get a sneak peak here on our flickr page.
Or stop by to see one of Hollis L. Engley’s lovely pots, which are on display during the month of January both in the Katharine Lee Bates Lobby as well as the case outside of the Young Adult Room. Want to know more about Hollis and his pottery? Take a look at his blog: http://hatchvillepottery.blogspot.com/
Is winter dulling your brain and you could use a place to exercise your brain that is warm and has comfy seats? Stop by the Reference Room and see what you can find out! We had one patron that recently discovered our old Life magazines in the Reference Room, and was delighted that her perusing the pages reacquainted her with Pirate’s Pie. More spring flowers can be seen both in the recent book My Spohr Gardens as well as the stunningly beautiful The Temple of Flora. Maybe you recently saw the film Lincoln (already 193 holds!), and have some unanswered questions about his life, so stop by and take a look at The Abraham Lincoln Companion. Or maybe you missed the fact that there is a new book out on Highfield and Tanglewood. One reference book that has been getting a good deal of attention since it arrived is the gigantic 20th Century World Architecture, which lets you travel the world without having to worry about blizzards!
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