Looking for a way to beat the winter blahs? Reading is a great way to do it. Starting January 12 and running until April, the Cavendish Fletcher Community Library will be running a reading program for adults only. Loosely modeled on the Summer Program for children, the program is designed to encourage reading during those cold dark months of winter. Simply check out a book from the library and your name will be entered into a weekly drawing for a small prize. All of the entries will then be entered into a grand drawing in April for a grand prize.
Each month the library will feature different genres and themes. These will include survival, relationships and crime. The program will culminate with a Dinner and a Murder event, where participants play a role in solving or perpetrating a murder (not a real one, honest!) while enjoying some great food.
This program is free and open to any members of the community 18 and older. For more information, please contact Kata at 226-7503.