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LIBRARY TALK – OCTOBER 3, 2019

October?  Hmm. We have put out a little bit of fall decoration, but it looks a little out of place. I’m hoping for cooler weather soon, but I know there are some folk that are thrilled that the warmer season is lasting a bit longer than usual. Regardless, never a bad season to sneak in some reading, some browsing, even some movie watching.

Just a reminder, this Saturday, October 5th there are 2 ‘things’ going on at the Ripley library.  In the meeting room at 10:00 a.m.  there will be the second Ripley, Ohio Association of Rocketry meeting—this is for youth and adults that are interested in building and flying model rockets of all sizes. New members welcome and encouraged to attend. There will be a few models assembled as well as discussing the future and goals of the club.  In the annex at 10:30 a.m. Sharon Gurowitz will be discussing pre-planned cremation—having everything sorted out before your need can bring peace of mind and assist the family.  Ms. Gurowitz is allied with the Neptune Society, an organization that assists and manages cremations.

Few new books coming out next week include James Patterson’s next in the Women’s Murder Club series titled 19th Christmas, Robert Jordan’s Warrior of the Altaii—Mr. Jordan was well known for his Wheel of Time series, an epic fantasy series. He passed away in 2007, but the manuscript of this book has been around since the 1970s, but never published (the forward in the book explains why) and Elin Hilderbrand’s follow-up to her Winter in Paradise with What Happens in Paradise .

Matthew