Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Mysterious Blues, by Catherine Gillier

The colder days at the end of November freeze small puddles in the street, and nip at fingers that are not covered.  Sometimes this time of year can bring on the blues, even when the sun shines. Here at the … Continue reading

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Christmas is Coming, by Sue Culhane

It is hard to believe that Christmas is approaching so rapidly! As we have done for the last few years the Temiskaming Shores Public Library is holding a fine amnesty during the holiday season.  From December 5th to December 17th … Continue reading

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The Role of the Library, by Sue Culhane

The role of the Public Library in the community is forever evolving in order to reflect the changing interests of the public. Probably the biggest change most libraries face is in the field of technology. No longer are libraries simply … Continue reading

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The Drab Days of November, by Catherine Gillier

The drab days of November have shown their dreary face already this month.  The sunshine is sparse; but the temperatures have been moderate, and the ice has stayed away from the sidewalks.  Here at the library, as the rain beats … Continue reading

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November’s Arrival, by Catherine Gillier

The month of November has arrived, and with it the colder rain, darker clouds and shorter days.  This time of year may seem somewhat dreary; and yet November holds within it the last of the beautiful autumn and the hint … Continue reading

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