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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

A boy, a lion and two grumpy old men walk into the library.....


Movie Night at Your Library, Thursday November 21st, 6:30 PM
It’s show time at the Boscobel Library next week. Our winter movie series continues on Thursday, November 21st at 6:30 PM with a dramatic comedy involving a boy, a lion, a bankrupt circus, two grumpy old great-uncles and some very surprising new tricks. While we are prohibited by licensing restrictions from giving the actual title of the movie, we can describe it:

 "In this family-friendly comedy drama, Walter (Haley Joel Osment) is a shy and bookish boy just short of his teens whose mother impulsively decides to leave him for the summer with his eccentric grand-uncles, Hub (Robert Duvall) and Garth (Michael Caine). Walter isn't especially happy about being left in the middle of Texas with two old men, while Hub and Garth aren't too pleased to be stuck minding a boy, especially one who isn't accustomed to hunting, fishing, or firearms. When Walter starts hearing local gossip about his uncles' wild and woolly pasts, he begins asking a few questions, and while Hub and Garth don't enjoy having the boy poking into their pasts, as they start telling tales of their youthful adventures, they find themselves itching for some new adventures in their lives. Soon Walter is a semi-willing accomplice as his elderly guardians rediscover the wild, impulsive spirit of youth." Rated PG, This event is open to the public and there’s no charge to attend. For more information, please call the library at 375-5723.

Fall Storytime  continues Mondays and Wednesdays
Little ones at home? Grandkids visiting? Daycare? Don't miss the  library's regular pre-k Fall storytime series Every Monday evening at 6:30 and then again each Wednesday morning at 10 am through Dec 16th.  The kids will enjoy an interactive story, learning skills activity and take home crafts and books related to the week's special theme.Next week's theme- surprise!-- will be "Gobble, Gobble Turkeys!". As families prepare to get together and give thanks, the kids will be reading all about it.  All children, families and caregivers are welcome to attend  morning or evening programs, there is no cost to participate. We look forward to seeing you and your little ones @ the library.

Library Open House, December 13th
Mark your calendars now  to stop by and visit the library for our annual Open House celebration on December 13th. We'll have treats, guessing games, library trivia prize drawings and tours to wrap up celebrating our 100th anniversary year serving Boscobel and our surrounding communities. 

We'll again have fabulous scale model castles created by Mr. Rich Schneider's 6th graders on display, as well as a special afternoon guest presentation by exchange student Elena Archuadze, about holiday traditions and celebrations in her home country, Georgia ( not the US state), the "Riviera of the Black Sea" adjacent to the Caucasus Mountains and Russia. Everyone is invited to stop by, enjoy a snack and discover more about the worlds of fun, information, entertainment and learning all wrapped up within the four walls of your Boscobel Library

For additional information about these or other library services and programs, please contact the library by calling 608-375-5723, email libraryboscobel@gmail.com or stop by to chat with one of our friendly librarians. Visit us at Facebook : Boscobel Public Library and Twitter: #BoscoLibrary

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