Denis Beaudry circumnavigated the world five years ago - four months, 10,000 miles. Now the Appleton resident shares his stories and photos of this amazing journey and the more than one dozen other trips he has made.
9am - 12 noon
Library closed for Stash Buster Craft Sale. Love crafting? This is the event for you! Our Stash Buster Sale is for all the fiber arts, including quilting, knitting, sewing, crochet, embroidery, spinning, you name it! Your neighbors have donated unused material from their stashes and we will sell it at bargain prices! Quality materials are specially priced, and our popular Fill-a-Bag tables return. Coffee Café and Bake Sale. See you there! Donations Please! Clear out your stash for a fresh new year—donate those materials not being used. Our sale focuses on fabric, yarn, notions, sewing materials, and tools. Due to limited space, we can’t take books, magazines, patterns, or other craft items. To give us time to sort: Please drop off donations at the library between February 1 and April 15. Thank you for your help & support!
Mystery writer Richard Cass joins us to discuss noir fiction, getting published, and his Elder Darrow mystery series, which he pitched as "an alcoholic walks into a dive bar and decides to buy it." Mr. Cass holds a graduate degree in writing from the University of New Hampshire, where he studied with Thomas Williams, Jr. and Joseph Monninger. He's also studied with Ernest Hebert, Ursula K. LeGuin, and Molly Gloss.