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LaGrange County Library News

 

Book Sale

The Friends of the Library will be hosting a book sale during normal library hours at the LaGrange County Public Library, Monday, April 22 - Saturday, April 27.

Come shop a huge selection of used and/or donated books at rock-bottom prices.

Early Admission for Friends of the Library on Saturday, April 20, 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friends of the LaGrange County Public Library membership card holders only.

To become a Friend, pick up an application at any branch of the library.

Where Does Your Money Go?

Adult program at the Topeka Branch Library, Tuesday, April 9, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Please call 260-499-6334 to register.

·     Does your money run out before the end of the month?

·     Is it difficult to pay your bills on time?

·     Do you wish you had more money?

If you answered “Yes,” then the “Where Does Your Money Go?” program is for you!

You will learn to:

·     Recognize where your money goes.

·     Stop “spending leaks.”

·     Develop a spending-savings plan.

The program is being presented by Ann Fremion, Extension Educator, Purdue Extension LaGrange County.

Genealogy Assistance

Genealogy assistance is available at the LaGrange County Public Library every Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Volunteers from the LaGrange County Genealogical Society are available in the Genealogy Department every Wednesday to help the public with family history questions and challenges.

Upcoming discussion groups

Tablet & eReader Discussion

At the LaGrange County Public Library on Monday, April 8, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Bring your tablet and/or eReader and share tips, tricks, and favorite apps with others.

Second Saturday Book Club

At the LaGrange County Public Library on Saturday, April 13 at 11:00 a.m.

This month, we’ll be discussing: Out of Africa by Isak Dinesen

From 1914 to 1931, Danish aristocrat Baroness Karen Blixen owned and operated a coffee plantation in Kenya. After the plantation failed, she returned to Europe and began to write under the pen name Isak Dinesen. Out of Africa gives a true account of her life in Kenya. She tells with classic simplicity of the ways of the country and the natives; of the beauty of the Ngong Hills and coffee trees in blossom; of her guests, from the Prince of Wales to Knudsen, the old charcoal burner, who visited her; of primitive festivals; of big game that were her near neighbors--lions, rhinos, elephants, zebras, buffaloes--and of Lulu, the little gazelle who came to live with her, unbelievably ladylike and beautiful.

The book club is open to any adult (16+) who wishes to attend. Come join us.