The O’Fallon Weekly article keeping the community informed about events at the library this week by Adult Services Manager, Ryan Johnson, highlighted the valuable tax preparation provided by AARP Tax Aide volunteers. This free service is available to all, but the schedule is filling up fast so call the library (618) 632-3783 to schedule an appointment during… Continue reading ICYMI – Library News & Notes, Feb 15
In case you missed the latest O’Fallon Library News and Notes, you can check it out in the O’Fallon Weekly. In this issue, Youth Services Manager, Teri Rankin, recommends reads to match the season of the moment. If we’re having a wintery day, she said we have books about ice fishing and snowflakes. And for those enjoying… Continue reading ICYMI – Library News and Notes Feb 8
We all know the story: Dorothy magically flies to Oz and saves the munchkinlanders from the tyranny of the Wicked Witch of the West. What if, though, that isn’t the whole story? What if the wonderful tale we all know and love is only a piece of the truth? What if the Wicked Witch isn’t… Continue reading Five Star Friday-Wicked
In case you missed the O’Fallon Weekly‘s notice about the library’s Chinese New Year celebration, here’s a chance to catch up. As usual, Teri Rankin, youth services manager and the staff in the Kids Place, planned a fun and informative event complete with a story-time, an appearance by a dragon, and craft stations. You can see… Continue reading ICYMI-Library News
We welcome both experienced and beginning writers to join us at 10:30 am on Saturday, February 11th for the introductory meeting of the O’Fallon Writing Group. Click here to register or for more information. This group offers you the opportunity to connect and share your work with a diverse community of writers and readers. If… Continue reading Have you heard? There’s a new writing group forming at the O’Fallon Library!
What is the O’FALLON WRITING GROUP? Although I love to write, I find it is often the lowest priority on my to-do list. I need the structure and routine of a writing community. This provides a designated place to think and consider, explore, create, learn and teach – yes, even the ‘amateurs’ have something to… Continue reading O’Fallon Writing Group Forming
This week’s New Title Tuesday pick, The Whistler, by John Grisham, is for those seeking an end to corruption and all the wrongs in our world. It has been a couple of decades since I first read The Pelican Brief, The Client, and The Firm. Then came the many movies. Admittedly, there’s a bit… Continue reading The Whistler by John Grisham