Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Dark Woods of August by Catherine Gillier

The dark woods of summer can be inviting.  The cool, shady trees can hide many interesting plants, animals and birds.  On the lake, the sound of small waves coming into the shoreline can cast a spell of relaxation over those … Continue reading

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Scary Books, by Sue Culhane

Why is it that many people enjoy being scared? Whether it be by riding on extreme rides, zip lining, watching scary movies or reading scary books. They are a number of possible reasons. Firstly, there is a technical scientific theory … Continue reading

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Dialogue and Connect, by Catherine Gillier

This summer has seen many changes in weather: a little sun, some cloud, thunder storms, lightning hits.  Perhaps the weather has been feeling the frustrations that has been building up across the continent and around the world.  The black community … Continue reading

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Online Book Club, by Sue Culhane

As you have heard the Temiskaming Shores Public Library is now hosting an online Book Club. The format is very simple. Members are encouraged to read a selected book and then questions are posed to which members may respond. The … Continue reading

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Garden Library, by Catherine Gillier

The mid-point of the year has passed and July has stepped in, wearing summer flowers and shady green leaves.  At the library, most books love the summer and want to share a cool drink and a lawn chair with many … Continue reading

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