The Wire - November 2018

Adult Events & New Titles FICTION Tuesday, Nov 6 7:00pm Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng A riveting novel exploring secrets, identi- ty, and the pull of motherhood. No registration needed for book discussions; just drop-in! Multiple copies of these titles are made available for checkout one month prior to the discussion. Tuesday, Nov 20 7:00 pm Eleanor and Hick by Susan Quinn A fascinating look at the love affair that shaped a First Lady NON-FICTION Reserve these NEW titles today > in person > online > by phone for all of our program details and updates Nov5@7pm~Cake Decoratingwith Andrew AndrewSwartz will decorate a cake while telling the story of his journey to becoming a chef and the owner of Andrew’s Pastries. Nov8@7pm~Betrayed Trust:WarrenG.Hardingand theVeterans’BureauScandal Jon Andersen will lead a discussion about the dark side of Harding’s well-intentioned service program for World War I veterans. Nov13@7pm~ MalabarFarm’s LouisBromfield Thomas Bachelder introduces us to Ohio Pulitzer Prize winning author Louis Bromfield and Malabar FarmState Park. Nov14@6pm~BookChat @MainSqueeze Join us for some great discussion about the book Reclaiming Conversation by Sherry Turkle. Nov14@7pm~ CraftSuppliesExchange Are you a crafter who needs to unload amountain of crafting stuff? Do you have some supplies you need before starting on your holiday crafts. Join other like- minded crafters and start putting your surplus crafting items to good use. Nov1, 15 , 29@7pm~KnittingCircle Nov21@3pm~LearntoplayBridge MONTHLY BOOK DISCUSSIONS Call us at 740-387-0992 to discuss and learn more details! A special THANK YOU goes out to the Marion County Council on Aging for their 2018 grant awarded to purchase large print and audiobooks that enhance this service. content/homebound-delivery Doyouknowsomeone whoneeds Homebound Services?