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Book launch & other events at PEC Libraries

PEClibraryBook launch for Crimes of Summer one of many events at the library

The launch of Robin Timmerman’s third book in the Middle Island Mystery series, entitled Crimes of Summer, will be held at the Picton branch library on Thursday, November 20 at 7p.m.

In this latest novel, we find the return of Officer Pete Jakes and his boss Chief Halstead, this time with a complicated double murder on their hands. Amid curious islanders suspicious of government officials searching for unexploded weaponry, and the typical island summer mischief, the two untangle the danger of devious suspects and modern day smuggling. Meanwhile Pete’s wife, Ali, has her own dark suspicions about the troubles on the lake.
Robin Timmerman’s two previous books in the series, Pity of the Winds and Season of Deceit, are both available at the library. She is a member of the Crime Writers of Canada.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear a reading from this new book and to pick up an autographed copy.

Also this month at the library, on Wednesday, November 19 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, we are pleased to host Relax Right for Seniors at the Wellington branch library. Pamela Fraser, certified chair massage practitioner, will present this free introduction to chair massage and reflexology. Registration is required with Seniors Program Coordinator Kate Konkin at 613-399-2023 or by e-mail at kkonkin@peclibrary.org.

Those interested in creative pursuits may be interested in a Winter Wreath Making workshop with Hedy Campbell. The workshop takes place on Saturday, November 15 from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30. Cost is $25 payable to the workshop leader. Registration is required with Hedy Campbell at: rosecottagestudio1@gmail.com or by calling the library at 613-476-5962.

On the same day, drop by your local branch of the library for an opportunity to play games with friends as we celebrate International Games Day. Meet others who enjoy the same games as you, use the computers for free online gaming, bring your own card, board, or tabletop game or play one of those provided. All six branches of the library will be participating and all ages are welcome. For more information about International Games Day please visit http://igd.ala.org/

For those who would like to learn Spanish, a 5-week free beginner Spanish class is being offered Tuesday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30 starting November 18. Join Isela Soto Trejo for this class that will focus on simple, introductory level conversational Spanish. There is no cost but registration is required with Christine at 613-476-5962 or e-mail: crenaud@peclibrary.org

Lastly, the library is still all about reading, of course, and the collection continues to grow with new, bestselling titles added regularly both in paper and electronic formats. If there is a book that you would like that we do not have and would like to see in the collection, simply contact CEO Barbara Sweet with your request at: bsweet@peclibrary.org or call 613-476-5962. You can also browse the library catalogue online anytime at www.peclibrary.org.

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The Friends of Wellington Library will present an afternoon of Christmas readings and music at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, 244 Main Street in Wellington, on December 14 at 2pm.

This tradition started over ten years ago at the former Devonshire Inn to provide a time to relax, listen and enjoy Christmas-related writings by various authors. The Rev. Andrew Wilson of St. Andrew’s Anglican Church will introduce this event. Music will be performed by Lorraine Sine and Friends. Light refreshments will be served after the performance. Readers will be drawn from the members of the Friends of Wellington Library, with guest readers Rick Conroy, editor of The Times, and the Rev. Steve Spicer of Wellington United Church.

Please join us for this event. Admission: free-will offering at the door for projects undertaken by the Friends of Wellington Library. We will also be collecting non-perishable goods for The Storehouse Foodbank.

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