Many of you, I’m sure, watched the 83rd Annual Academy Awards which celebrated the most talented film actors and industry leaders of the year. If you’re like me though, you haven’t seen very many of those nominated and winning films.
Create 8 invitations and party favors, a gift bag and tag ensemble, and a mini scrapbook album for birthday photos! There is a hands-on materials fee of $15, and you will get to take your goody's home with you!
We're in the final days before closing, and when we reopen, we'll look all shiny and new! The Branch is getting numerous updates (including, but not limited to, new carpeting and a fresh coat of paint), and while we'll miss you during our absence, we're still open until Saturday at 5pm if you'd like to make a last ditch effort to stockpile for the break.
Blue Ridge Branch will be closed from Sunday, March 6th through Sunday, March 20th.
Be sure to stop back starting the 21st and see your "new" Blue Ridge Branch.
Surviving a long Missouri winter sometimes calls for a trip to a warmer climate. This year, I was lucky enough to visit California and take a trip to wine country. I learned so much about the process of growing grapes, tending vines, and the intricacies of wine making. I was privileged to take a tour of the Hendry Winery in Napa Valley where the owner spent 4 hours explaining the history of his ranch, the different varieties of grapes, and the complicated process of making a quality wine.
I feel kinda drained dry after finishing the Twilight series. I did not have a new installment to sink my teeth into. Lucky for me, MCPL has plenty of tales of the undead to feed my book lust. The Vampire Academy Series by Reachelle Mead enthralls with the goings on at Vladimir Academy. It's incredibly popular, and flying like a bat out of...well..the library. Author Melissa Cruz entertains with the Blue Blood Series about a group of upper West Side teen vamps. P.C.
Does tax time make you want to bury your head in the sand until April 15 (or April 18 this year, since the IRS gave us all a few extra days)? It does me, but fortunately, my husband actually enjoys this time of year. Here are a couple of his tips.
When Johnny Comes Marching Home When Johnny comes marching home again, Hurrah, Hurrah, We'll give him a hearty welcome then, Hurrah, Hurrah, The men will cheer, the boys will shout, the ladies they will all turn out, And we'll all feel gay when Johnny comes marching home.