Greenville Public Library Happenings October 2012

Greenville Public Library Happenings
October 2012
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Members of the MYSTERY BOOK CLUB are
meeting to discuss “A Superior Death” by Nevada Barr on Tuesday, October 2 from 1:30 pm
to 2:30 pm. New members are always welcome.
Dr. Herbert Curtis from Lincoln Chiropractic
is presenting a STRESS WORKSHOP on
Book Buddies
Tuesday, October 2 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
Book buddies have their final meeting on August 7 at 10:30 am and 2:00 pm. Teens agreed to buddy-up with
Please call 949-3630 ext. 1 to register or signa younger child (ages 3 1/2-8) to read for an hour in a one-on-one session. Please call the library to check on
up on our on-line calendar at www.yourlibrary.
Ms. Nancy Mendizabel, CIC from Apple Valley
Insurance Company is discussing MEDICARE
WITH UNITED HEALTH on Tuesday, October
30 from 10:30 am – 11:30 am. Please cll 9493630 ext. 1 to register or sign-up on our on-line
calendar at
CLUB are meeting to discuss “Every Sunday by
Peter Pezzelli on Thursday, October 18 from 1:00
pm to 2:00 pm. New members are always
Members of the KNITTING MAVENS group
meet in Tuesdays from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
New members are always welcome.
New dedicated computer supplied by the
Department of Labor and Training. Connects directly for job searches and filing for
Annual Library Association Meeting
Thursday, November 29th, 2012 at 7:00
pm.Trustees and Officers are elected at
this meeting
Weekly Drop-in Sessions
For downloading eBooks to Nooks, Kindles, iPads and
other eReaders, and for downloading audiobooks and
Dates: Wednesday, Friday and Saturdays from 1-5pm
Location: Reference desk
Patrons are encouraged to seek help for quick instruction during these hours. For more in-depth one-on-one
instruction, it is recommended that patrons schedule a
personal instruction session with a reference librarian.
For more information, contact the reference desk at
401-949-3630 or email: [email protected]hoo.
Homework happenings at the Baker After
School Center.
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Baronas is presenting this unique program that combines her
artwork and history of this popular topic, on Sunday October 28 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Light refreshments will be
served. Please call 949-3630 ext. 1 to register or sign-up on
our on-line calendar at
Mr. Robert Weber is presenting an ALZHEIMER’S program on
Thursday, October 18 from 6:45 pm to 8:00 pm. Please call
949-3630 ext. 1 to register or sign-up on our on-line calendar
Rhode Island Housing will be at the library on Wednesday,
October 3 and Tuesday, October 30 from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm.
Please call Tammy at 457-1245 to register.
Private Instruction
For downloading eBooks to Nooks, Kindles,
iPads and other eReaders, and for downloading audiobooks and music.
Dates: Open, Location Reference desk
For patrons unable to attend the monthly
workshop and who need in-depth instruction, detailed one-on-one instruction sessions are available. For more information
or to schedule a private lesson, contact the
reference desk at 401-949-3630 or email:
[email protected]
Ms. Sally Ann Martone is
exhibiting her watercolors.
The Library now has the
Biomes Center Pass.
Mr. Lloyd Kaplan and his
musical group THE ARISTOCATS will be at the library on
Sunday, October
14 from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm.
Come join this musical group
as they play some of your
old-time favorites. Registration is required. Please call
949-3630 ext. 1 to register or
sign-up on our on-line calendar at
Need help with the frustation of modern life:
faxing, computing, telescopes, e-readers.
copying, ect.(even help with spelling!)
Find help and relief at:
the Greenville Public Library
(they even have old fashion books and magazines!)
program is being presented by local author and Greenville
resident Andrew Lake on Monday, October 1 from 6:30 pm
to 7:30 pm. Please call 949-3630 ext. 1 or register on our
on-line at
CCRI Professor Ira Schaeffer is presenting a WRITING WORKSHOP on
Saturday, October 20 from 11:00 am to
12:30 pm. Please call 949-3630 ext.
1 to register, or sign-up on our on-line
calendar at
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Children’s Department News
Turtle Time for children ages 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 accompanied by a caregiver – Mondays, 10:15 or 11:15 am
Toddler Storytime for ages 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 accompanied by a caregiver – Fridays, 10:15 or 11:15 am
Preschool Storytime for ages 3 1/2 to 5 1/2- Wednesdays, 10:30 am or 1:00 pm
Please call the Children’s room regarding availability. Registration is required, no walk-ins please.
New! New! New!
Baby Time
Caregivers and their babies are
welcome to join us at the library
on Saturday, October 20, at 10:30
am for thirty minutes of songs,
stories and rhymes to entertain
babies from 0-18 months. Drop
in to the library and enjoy some
one-on-one time with your little
Halloween Candy Holders
Celebrate Halloween at the
library by making candy holders
that look like a vampire, jack-olantern or any spooky creature
you can imagine! This fun
craft will take place on Monday,
October 22 at 4 pm for children
ages 6-10. Registration for this
program begins on October 1.
Parenting Series Continues….
In conjunction with the Smithfield School Dept. and the Smithfield Police Dept., the Libraries of
Smithfield have planned the next
program in the series of parenting
workshops that began last spring.
After School Art Class
Artist and teacher Adele Karbowski will offer monthly art
classes beginning Thursday,
October 18 at 4:00 pm. Children
ages 6-10 may register now. The
upcoming dates are November
15 and December 13. Registration for each month will be taken
beginning the first of the month.
Apple Blossom Garden Club
Junior gardeners ages 6-10 are
invited to register for this floral workshop presented by the
members of the Apple Blossom
Garden Club on Thursday, October 25 at 4 pm. Registration will
begin October 9. Children will
create a fall arrangement.
Book Buddies Are Back!!
If your child enjoyed reading
with a teen buddy this summer,
or, if you missed the opportunity,
here is your chance to experience
this program. Teen volunteers
will be on hand to read with children in grades K-3 on Saturday,
October 20 from 2:30-3:30 pm.
Please register by calling 9493630 ext. 2.
Children’s Halloween Party
Save the date for a drop in
Children’s Halloween Party from
3:30-5:30 on Monday, October
29. There will be games, stories,
crafts and face painting for all
ages. Greenville Young Adults
will be busy planning and designing all month. Children may
wear their costumes for this fun
Children’s Bubble
October is National Orthodontic Awareness Month, and the
Children’s Room Bubble will
display a collection of orthodontic materials to celebrate.
This orthodontic display is
provided by University Orthodontics. So open wide and
come take a look inside the
Children’s Room!
Nancy Bleyer ,Reiki Master, Teacher and Full Spectrum Energy Medicine Practitioner will present an interactive talk
for the Smithfield Parenting Series. Full Spectrum Energy Practitioners help their clients become aware of ways to bring
balance to the emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of their lives. This program will be presented at the East
Smithfield Library on Monday, November 5 at 6:30 pm. Please call either library for more details.
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New Non-Fiction Titles
101 cozy casseroles
500 days : secrets and lies in the terror wars /
Kurt Eichenwald
A positive view of LGBTQ : embracing identity
and cultivating well-being / Ellen D.B. Riggle
An early start for your child with autism / Sally J.
Barofsky, Neil M.
Barack Obama in Hawai’i and Indonesia /
Dinesh Sharma
Beer Lover’s New England / Miller, Norman
Betty Crocker gluten-free cooking
Betty Crocker vegetarian cooking
Bill and Hillary / William H. Chafe.
Choosing fish for your aquarium / Mary Bailey
Cider, hard and sweet / Watson, Ben,
Container gardening / Barbara Wise
Crochet 101 / Burger, Deborah.
Crohn’s & colitis / A. Hillary Steinhart.
Cyber bullying / Robin M. Kowalski,
Debt-proof your Christmas / Mary Hunt
Dreamland / David K. Randall
Extreme pumpkins / Tom Nardone
Fire in the ashes / Jonathan Kozol
Full 60 to history / John Bishop
House of darkness house of light / Andrea Perron.
How / Seidman, Dov.
How will you measure your life? / Clayton Chris
iDisorder / Rosen, Larry D.
It’s enough to make you sick / Lobosky, Jeffrey
Jam on / Laena McCarthy
John Quincy Adams / Harlow Giles Unger.
Joseph Anton : a memoir / Salman Rushdie.
Killer show / John Barylick
Living with bipolar disorder / Hodges, Lynn.
Miller’s collectibles handbook.
Murder, New England / Phelps, M. William.
My life as a Mankiewicz / Mankiewicz, Tom.
No easy day / Owen, Mark.
Now that you’re out / Kantor, Martin.
Parenting young athletes / Smoll, Frank L.
Perfect / Buckley, Jamess
Prince William / Junor, Penny
Service : a Navy SEAL / Luttrell, Marcus.
Small message / Sjodin, Terri L.
Stand up and garden / Mary Moss-Sprague.
Stunned by grief / Brizendine, Judy.
The art of intelligence / Henry A. Crumpton
The Atlantic coast / Thurston, Harry
The charge / Brendon Burchard
The communist / Kengor, Paul
The complete idiot’s guide to seed saving and starting /
Sheri Ann Richerson
The corruption chronicles : Obama’s big secrecy, big
corruption, and big government
Fitton, Thomas.
The course of Irish history / Moody, T. W.
The damn good resume guide.
The global Muslim community at a crossroads
The happy camper / Kevin Callan
The honest truth about dishonesty / Ariely, Dan.
The last American diplomat / George W. Liebmann.
The letter / Marie Tillman
The loyalty leap / Bryan Pearson
The mobile wave / Michael Saylor
The most memorable games in Patriots history / Jim
The natural soap chef / Barto, Heidi Corley.
The oath / Toobin, Jeffrey.
The price of politics / Bob Woodward
The seven pearls of financial wisdom / Pepper, Carol
The social media bible / Safko, Lon.
The triple agent / Warrick, Joby.
The vegetarian kitchen table cookbook / Brotto, Igor.
The violinist’s thumb / Kean, Sam.
Today : the Joy fit club cookbook / Bauer, Joy.
Vegan cooking for carnivores / Martin, Roberto
We can all do better / Bill Bradley
Winter blues : everything you need to know to beat
seasonal affective disorder / Norman E. Rosenthal
Witch craft : wicked accessories, creepy-cute toys,
magical treats, and more! / compiled by Margaret McGuire
and Alicia Kachmar.
Word 2010 : the basics / Luther M. Maddy III
Yoga cures : simple routines to conquer over 50 common
ailments and live pain-free / Tara Stiles foreword by
Deepak Chopra.
You can’t buy happiness / Strobel, Tammy
Your baby’s best shot : why vaccines are safe and save
lives / Stacy Mintzer Herlihy and E. Allison Hagood.
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New Fiction Titles
12.21 : a novel / Dustin Thomason
A fatal fleece / Sally Goldenbaum
A lady cyclist’s guide to Kashgar / Joinson, Suzanne
A season for tending : a novel / Woodsmall, Cindy
A sunless sea / Anne Perry
A wanted man / Lee Child
Abdication / Juliet Nicolson.
Always the designer, never the bride / Sandra Bricker
Alys, always : a novel / Harriet Lane
An accidental affair / Eric Jerome Dickey
Bella fortuna / Rosanna Chiofalo
Black Fridays / Michael Sears
Bloodmoney : a novel / David Ignatius
Bones are forever / Kathy Reichs
Brownies and broomsticks / Bailey Cates
Buried in buttercream / G.A. McKevett
Burning midnight / Loren D. Estleman
By starlight / Dorothy Garlock
Calling invisible women : a novel / Jeanne Ray
Capital / John Lanchester
Cascade / Maryanne O’Hara
Christmas roses / Amanda Cabot
Datura highway / Daniel King
Days of splendor, days of sorrow / Grey, Juliet
Death of a neighborhood witch / Laura Levine.
Deception / Adrian Magson
Delusion in death / J.D. Robb
Father night / Eric Van Lustbader
Fireproof : a Maggie O’Dell novel / Alex Kava
Flight from Berlin : a novel / David John
Four of a kind : a novel / Valerie Frankel
Four sisters, all queens / Sherry Jones
Happily ever after / Harriet Evans
Haven / Kay Hooper
Heron’s Cove / Carla Neggers
How lucky you are / Lewis, Kristyn Kusek.
Last summer / Holly Chamberlin
Last to die : a novel / Tess Gerritsen
Low pressure / Sandra Brown
Master and god / Lindsey Davis
Monkey wrench / Terri Thayer
No way to kill a lady / Nancy Martin
One good friend deserves another / Lisa Verge Higgins
Park Lane : a novel / Frances Osborne.
Ransom River / Meg Gardiner
Return to Willow Lake / Susan Wiggs
River’s end / Melody Carlson
Robert B. Parker’s Fool me twice / Brandman, Michael.
Robert Ludlum’s The Janus reprisal / Freveletti, Jamie.
Rogue warrior : blood lies / Richard Marcinko
Run to ground : a novel / D.P. Lyle
San Miguel / T. Coraghessan Boyle
SEAL Team Six outcasts : a novel / Howard Wasdin
Severe clear : a Stone Barrington novel / Stuart
Strong vengeance : a Caitlin Strong novel / Jon Land.
Telegraph Avenue : a novel / Michael Chabon
Ten girls to watch : a novel / Charity Shumway
The absolutist / John Boyne
The beautiful mystery/ Louise Penny.
The bride wore blue / Mona Hodgson
The bridesmaid / Beverly LewisThe Christmas pony / Melody Carlson
The crowded grave / Martin Walker
The Darling Dahlias and the Confederate rose /
Susan Wittig
The fallen angel / Daniel Silva
The impeachment of Abraham Lincoln / Stephen L.
The Jane Austen marriage manual / Kim Izzo
The Lincoln conspiracy : a novel / Timothy L. O’Brien
The Lincoln letter / William Martin
The lucky dog matchmaking service / Beth Kendrick
The midwife of Venice / Roberta Rich
The other woman / Hank Phillippi Ryan
The pigeon pie mystery / Julia Stuart
The poisonous seed / Linda Stratmann
The pursuit of Lucy Banning : a novel / Olivia Newport
The rock star in seat 3A / Jill Kargman
The survivor / Gregg Hurwitz
The three-day affair / Michael Kardos
The tombs / Clive Cussler and Thomas Perry
The Unfaithful Queen / Erickson, Carolly
The unlikely pilgrimage of Harold Fry : a novel /
Rachel Joyce.
The wedding dress / Rachel HauckThe wurst is yet to come / Mary Daheim
The yellow birds : a novel / Kevin Powers
Three and a half virgins / John Blumenthals
Tiger’s claw / Dale Brown
Tigers in red weather : a novel / Liza Klaussmann
Till Death Do Us Purl / Anne Canadeo
True sisters / Sandra Dallas
Wards of Faerie / Terry Brooks
What women want : a novel / Fanny Blake.
Winter of the world / Ken Follett
Zoo / James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
New DVDs
The Avengers
Bel Ami
The Best Exotic Marigold
The Cabin in the Woods
Dexter Season 6
The Dictator
The Hunger Games
Katy Perry : Part of me
The Lorax
The Lucky One
Project X
Salmon Fishing in the
Snow White and the
Think Like a Man
The Three Stooges The
What to Expect When
You’re Expecting
Computer Classes at the Greenville Public Library
The library offers two types of computer instruction:
1. formal 12 to 15 week classes with Milo J. St. Angelo
2. 1 hour individualized instruction with Ray Hetherington
on the topic of your choice.
Call the library at 949-3630 for more information.
Christopher LaRoux, Director
Greenville Public Library
573 Putnam Pike
Greenville, R.I. 02828
Phone: 401-949-3630
Fax: 401-949-0530
TDD: 1-800-745-5555
E-mail: [email protected]
Library Calendar:
Press on Calendar of Events.
In case of inclement weather, please call the library or check with WPRI (Channel12), WNAC
(Fox 64), WHJJ-AM (Talk Radio 920), WWBBFM (B101), WHJY-FM (94.1) and WSNE_FM
(Coast 93.3) for closure announcements.
Mon-Thur 10 am - 8 pm
Friday & Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday 1 -5
The library will be closed on Monday, October 8 for Columbus Day.
573 Putnam Pike
Greenville, R.I. 02828
Stephen Cicilline, President
Terri Kless, Vice President
Elaine Farley, Secretary
Virginia Harnois
Harold Hemberger
Julianne Ip, MD
George Kelley
Barbara Lysik
Domine Vescera Ragosta
Milo J. St. Angelo
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