Haunted Hobbies: FR Library Zoom We’re Zooming together to share our own Haunted Hobbies on Thursday, October 28, at 4:00. Work on your costume, fall crafts, spooky music, howliday decorations, pumpkin carving, or any other enchanting hobby at this online afternoon of seasonal sharing. Unwind with your favorite fall beverage and treat yourself to a snack while you work on your project. And if you don’t have a hobby, or just want to hang with other cool ghouls, this event is for you too. Adults only, please. To request a Zoom invitation: email@example.com, or 541-935-7512.
FRLibrary Hosts NaNoWriMo Virtual Write-in November is National Novel Writing Month, celebrated by writers all over the world with inspiration and support from NaNoWriMo, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The goal for each writer is to create an entire novel during November. Join Meli, library staff member and accomplished writer, as she hosts a virtual write-in every Monday in November, 2 until 4 PM on Zoom. Meli will help you get started with NaNoWriMo, as you meet up with other new and seasoned writers on Zoom. For more information and to request the Zoom link, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 541-935-7512. Free and fun!
November Walk & Talk
Walk and Talk at the FRLibrary Walk & Talk! Meet up at the Library on Thursday, November 4 at 4:00 PM. It may be a bit chilly, a bit damp, and a bit blustery, but outside is the place to be! We’ll have fun walking through the neighborhood while chatting about what we’re reading. Don’t worry, we’ll walk at your pace. Be sure to dress for the weather, and don’t forget your mask!
Sci-Fi/Fantasy Book Club: Feast or Famine “Feast or Famine” is the topic for Sci-Fi/Fantasy Book Club this month. Read any book that focuses on food, or the lack thereof, and you’ll be right on topic. Wars for rations, futuristic food substitutes, charred flanks over the open fire, and even zombie diets will satisfy the menu. Come to the library Wednesday, November 10 at 4:00 PM for about an hour of delicious discussion. Adults only, please.
Holidays and Traditions: Non-Fiction Book Club Holidays and Traditions are observed in so many different ways. Explore this topic for the Non-Fiction Book Club this month. You may choose to read about something familiar or foreign, something of your culture or one you want to know more about. Then on Tuesday, November 30 at 4:00 PM we will get together to discuss what we have read. Expect an engaging discussion for about an hour. Adults only, please.