Monthly Archives: July 2014

Summer’s Growth by Catherine Gillier

  The end of July has arrived. It brings with it summer flowers and healthy gardens. Much labour has been put into maintaining the summer growth. But it is a labour of love, and after such a wonderful day outside, … Continue reading

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Nadine Gordimer, by Sue Culhane

Earlier this month the literary world was saddened to hear of the death of South African writer Nadine Gordimer. The late writer was 90 years of age. During her long life she witnessed profound changes in her home country and … Continue reading

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Mid-Summer Evenings by Catherine Gillier

Mid-summer has come to us in the form of sparkling blue lakes, green canopies of trees and warm nights. Later in the evening, as the mosquitoes become hungry, come into the screened veranda, pour some cold lemonade and settle into … Continue reading

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Summer Programs, by Sue Culhane

Now that summer has finally arrived things are heating up at the Temiskaming Shores Public Library. As usual the Library is participating in the T.D. Summer Reading Club. We are kicking off the programming on July 12th with Superhero Saturday … Continue reading

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It is July now, by Catherine Gillier

It is July now, and the sun feels hot on the skin. Here at the library there are a number of books that want patrons to take them down from the shelves. But one in particular is important and readable … Continue reading

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