October is shaping up to be an eventful month for our online book club. We’re kicking things off by reading and discussing “Two Women” by Christene Browne. Two Women is a story about five women: Eva & Ava - twin sisters in their fifties who are blind, and who have lived a very sheltered life; Rose and Violet - two young women from opposite sides of the world who just so happen to share...Read more
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You’ve been hearing us promote our Hoopla video downloading service for a while. Well, things have just gotten even more exciting in Hoopla-land. In addition to movies and TV shows, you can now download music and audiobooks through the same easy-to-use Hoopla interface! The Hoopla music catalogue is very impressive with over 100,000 albums in a variety of genres available for you to check out. This collection is growing daily as...Read more
Pardon my pun, but there seems to be a lot of buzz about bees lately. Whether they are worried about their declining numbers, singing their praises as the lifeblood of global fruit production or complaining about a recent sting, people certainly seem interested in the world of bees. I’ve noticed the topic keeps cropping up in my conversations, in the books I read and the documentaries I watch. So when...Read more
For the month of September, our Online Book Club is reading/discussing “The Best Laid Plans” by Terry Fallis. This comic novel about Canadian Politics won the 2008 Stephen Leacock Medal for Humor, and was crowned the 2011 winner of CBC Canada Reads. About this Book (Description from Goodreads): “A burnt-out political aide quits just before an election — but is forced to run a hopeless campaign on the way out. He...Read more
We would like to extend a huge thank-you to the Downtown Windsor Farmers’ Market for inviting us to set up shop this past Saturday. We had a great time sharing information, making/renewing cards, crafting with fruits and veggies, and discussing all things library-related with the many kind people who took the time to stop by our booth. We had cookbooks and canning guides on hand for customers to borrow for...Read more
The Road Trip. For many it is the quintessential activity of summer. For others it is an agonizing (and often nauseous) period of time cramped into a tiny space, often subjected to lousy music. Personally, I love the idea of tossing a few belongings into the trunk, downloading some podcasts onto my phone and mapping out my route while leaving plenty of time for unexpected stops along the way. Today,...Read more