On the Loose, It's Mother Goose. Join local storyteller Sandy Liesner, as she reads aloud nursery rhymes from the Mother Goose storybook. Various children will get a chance to act out the stories and pretend to be a character.
This program will be great for the preschool age as some will be asked to perform and speak in front of the group. No registration is necessary.
Join others in your community as we discuss:
Springboro Library Branch
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
When former prosecutor Penn Cage returns to his hometown of Natchez, Mississippi, he doesn't find the peace he desperately craves. He finds that his own father is being blackmailed by a corrupt ex-cop. And when Penn investigates, he uncovers a murderous secret - and the small town's violent past.
Contact the library to reserve a copy.
Chapters From the Farmhouse Journal...
During the first days of living in my rented farmhouse, I was sitting on the front porch with a friend who had come to help unpack. We were taking a lunch break. Over the chicken salad and fruit, I told her the remarkable story of how I had come to find this house, and of the other synchronicities contained in these pages. Her response was: "Laura, you need to write this down. Other people need to hear this; it will give encouragement and inspiration."
Join Laura Landers as she guides the class through the development and self-discovery of memoir writing. Laura currently resides in Northern Kentucky, in the farmhouse featured in her book, at the end of a gravel lane surrounded by fields and woods. She is an author with Women Writing 4(a) Change and a self-employed massage therapist.
Ages 16 and up. Bring paper and pen/pencil. Program is free. Reservations required by calling 937-748-3200.