Evergreen Centerpieces with Margaret Winn
The cost for this special craft is $8.00. All other crafts are free. Please bring garden clippers and gloves.
Call the library for more information: 363-4621
The Chesterfield Library will be closed or closing early on the following days:
Tues, Dec 24 – Closing at 3pm
Wed, Dec 25 – Closed
Tues, Dec 31 – Closing at 3pm
Wed, Jan 1, 2014 – Closed
Thank you again to the Chesterfield Lions Club for its generous donation to purchase large print books! We will be adding new large print books to the collection throughout the year. Here are the latest additions:
Dark Witch, Nora Roberts
Mirage, Clive Cussler/Jack Du Brul
Accused, Lisa Scottoline
The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon, Alexander McCall Smith
Fifteen Minutes, Karen Kingsbury
Just One Evil Act, Elizabeth George
Silent Night, Robert B. Parker/Helen Brann
Want a chance to win a new “Saige” American Girl Doll and book? Stop in to the Chesterfield Library to enter the raffle. Tickets are $3 each.
The drawing will be held at noon on Sat, Dec 21st. This raffle is in conjunction with our upcoming event with Saige author, Jessie Haas
The Friends of Chesterfield Public Library are thrilled to announce that authors Jessie Haas and Michael J Daley are coming! They will be doing an all-day program promoting writing for children. The schedule of age-appropriate activities will be posted. Please join us December 18th at the Town Hall. Snow date Dec 20th.
About Jessie Haas: “Jessie Haas has written over 35 books for children and adults, many about horses–a lifelong passion. She currently owns a Morgan mare, Robin, who is being clicker-trained to be a trail and pasture-dressage horse. She lives in a small, off-grid house in the woods with husband Michael J. Daley, two cats and a dog. When not writing or riding or reading she likes to knit, cook, and write, or ride, or read” – goodreads.com
About Michael J Daley : “I have enjoyed a life-long love of science, machines, and science fiction. These passions inform my fiction and non-fiction writing with a unique spirit. I am currently branching out with easy readers, the fulfillment of a long held dream begun with the discovery of the Frog & Toad books. My third passion is energy issues and with the help of my wife, Jessie Haas, we built a solar powered cabin in 1984 to nurture our budding writing lives just as our hero, Thoreau. I am available for school visits, presentations, conferences and workshops.” – Michael J Daley on goodreads.com