Monthly Archives: September 2010

For Banned Books Week, find a more fun sort of book challenge…

…at A Novel Challenge.


Are you an aspiring geneaology researcher?

Then we’ve got the group for you: the first meeting of the KFL’s Genealogy Group will be on Saturday, October 2nd, at 10am.

Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience level!

To anyone who was at Trivia Night last night…

…here’s the story behind that question about The Limburger Cheese War.

If you missed the fun, be sure to mark your calendar for next time: October 27th @ 6:30pm!

New to the YA section is…

…Marcus Sedgwick’s Revolver.

The publisher’s description is:

A LOADED GUN. STOLEN GOLD. And a menacing stranger. A taut frontier survivor story, set at the time of the Alaska gold rush.
In an isolated cabin, fourteen-year-old Sig is alone with a corpse: his father, who has fallen through the ice and frozen to death only hours earlier. Then comes a stranger claiming that Sig’s father owes him a share of a horde of stolen gold. Sig’s only protection is a loaded Colt revolver hidden in the cabin’s storeroom. The question is, will Sig use the gun, and why?

As always, if you would like to place a hold, please call the library at 985-2173 or visit our website.

Yoga for kids returns!

Yoga Stretch for grades 1-5.  Mon. Oct. 4, 3:45 pm or Tues. Nov. 2, 3:45 pmYogaPlay for ages 3 through Kindergarten with a caregiver.  Tues. Dec. 14 1:00 pm or Tues. Dec. 28 1:00 pm.

Pre-registration required here or call 985-2173 x-5.

More Banned Book Week fun!

Check out this map of book challenges and bans!

It’s Nobel Prize season again…

…and, as usual, Ladbrokes has the odds on who will win.