New Titles @ Your Library, July 21, 2014

Be The Best Bad Presenter Ever by Karen Hough
Christ-Centered Wedding by Catherine Parks
Disease Delusion by Jeffrey Bland
Dream Weddings by Neal Urban
Hummingbirds by Michael Fogden
Mantle Of Command by Nigel Hamilton
1954 by Bill Madden
Can We Still Believe The Bible? by Craig Blomberg
How Jesus Became God by Bart Ehrman
How The Bible Became Holy by Michael Satlow
Instinct by T.D. Jakes
John Quincy Adams by Fred Kaplan
Korean Way In Business by Boye DeMente
Learning To Walk In The Dark by Barbara Taylor
Long Shadow by David Reynolds
Miniature Gardens by Katie Elzer-Peters
One Nation by Ben Carson
Scorpion’s Sting by James Oakes
Robert B. Parker’s Cheap Shot by Ace Atkins
Son by Jo Nesbo
Debbie Doesn’t Do It Anymore by Walter Mosley
Bastion by Mercedes Lackey
Bridge To Haven by Francine Rivers
Chestnut Street by Maeve Binchy
Don’t Look For Me by Lauren D. Estleman
Field Of Prey by John Sandford
Ghost Ship by Clive Cussler
Keeper by John Lescroart
Live To See Tomorrow by Iris Johansen
Midnight Crossroad by Charlaine Harris
Otherwise Engaged by Amanda Quick
Resistant by Michael Palmer
Suspicion by Joseph Finder
Undetected by Dee Henderson
Way Of All Fish by Martha Grimes

August Events @ Lowder Library!!

The Ladies of High Tea will be reading English Tea Murder, the 17th in Leslie Meier’s Lucy Stone series. Bring your “cuppa” and join the Ladies the first Tuesday of each month at 3:PM. The August meeting is on the 5th.

Between a busy family and her duties as a reporter for the Tinker’s Cove Pennysaver, Lucy Stone could use a break. So when a friend tells her about a trip to England sponsored by Winchester College, she jumps at the chance for a girls getaway. But when tour leader Professor George Temple dies mid-flight after an asthma attack, Lucy’s glad she packed her sleuthing skills…
In London, Professor Quentin Rea, a ladies’ man and former flirt of Lucy’s, arrives to take over the tour—and she finds that while his hairline has receded, his amorous intentions have not. Lucy also begins to notice peculiar behavior among other members of the group. And when she discovers all of them have pasts connected to the late Professor Temple, she suspects his death was an elaborate act of revenge. Then another tour member dies, and Lucy is suddenly ensnared in a daring scheme that could lead her to a mastermind of murder—or make her the next victim…

The Chess Club is still looking for new members. If you have ever wanted to learn to play chess or are looking for someone to play please join us Saturdays from 10AM-12Noon. All ages and levels are welcome.
The Lowder Branch of the MCCPL Fiber Arts Club, Stitch and Share, will meet Thursday, August 28 at 6:PM. The topic of this month’s meeting is Quilting. Supply lists for quilting will be given out at the class meeting and varies depending on the size of the quilt and pattern chosen. Stitch and Share meets the fourth Thursday of each month at 6:PM.
The third Thursday of each month at 6:PM is our ongoing Open Mic Night Program. We invite anyone who sings or writes or expresses themselves who would like an outlet to perform. This is not a competition but a place to express yourself. Just remember that we always support and never tear down—there is no booing or jeering at Open Mic Night and since everyone is invited nothing risqué, offensive, or controversial. You must sign up each month you intend to perform by closing the evening before. This month’s Open Mic will be held on August 21st.
August is vacation time for the Lowder Story Timers. Friday morning Story Time and the Tuesday Evening Pajama Story Time will start back in September.