Bertha Williams Library Announces April Programs!!



APRIL 13, 2016  

Rosa Parks Page Turners Book Club

Program: Book Discussion

Time: 11:00 A.M.

Title: Cane River

Author: Tademy, Lalita

Audience: Adults

Summary: Mingling historical fact with fiction, Lalita Tademy’s epic novel is based on the lives of four generations of African American women who battle vast injustices to create a legacy of hope and achievement, and is the result of years of exhaustive research and an obsessive odyssey to uncover her family’s past. ~Publisher


April 15, 2016


Program: Lego Club

Time: 3:00 P.M.

Audience: Ages 7-14

Description: Children will be challenged to create unique items using Legos. Items will be displayed.

April 18, 2016

Program: Senior Bingo

Time: 11:00 A.M.

Audience: Seniors

Description: Seniors are invited to have fun playing an hour of Bingo @ Bertha P. Williams Rosa Parks Avenue Branch. An assortment of gifts will be available.

April 25, 2016

Program: Movie Day @ the Library

Time: 9:15 A.M.

Movie: Transformers

Audience: Young Adults Attending Fews Secondary Acceleration Academy

Description:  On their home planet of Cybertron, the Autobots and Deceptions are involved in an explosive battle over the coveted AllSpark.  With the fate of the universe at stake, the Autobots send it far from the reaches of the ruthless Megatron, leader of Decepticons. Popcorn and juice will be provided.

April 29, 2016

Program: Book Signing

Time: 2:30 P.M.

Author: Goff, Nancy Bone

Title: Murder at Mountain Creek

Audience: Adults

Description: Author, Nancy Bone Goff will be available to discuss and sign her latest book, Murder at Mountain Creek.


Summary: When a monstrous murder strikes the modest town of Mountain Creek, there are plenty of suspects in Sudie Hubert’s death but not enough evidence to convict any one of them. After an in-depth investigation of friends, family, and even her husband, Dawson, the police settle on Stella Hubert as the murderer, Sudie’s mentally unstable aunt. Once Stella is institutionalized, the town falls quiet once more, hoping never to think of the tragedy again. ~ Publisher


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