Art Circle Public Library, Cumberland County, TN


The Art Circle Public Library Will Be Closed - Monday, April 15th thru Thursday, April 18th for Inventory & Cleaning

The Art Circle Public Library Will Be Closed - Friday, April 19th & Saturday, April 20th for the Good Friday/Easter Holiday

The Art Circle Public Library Will Re-Open Monday, April 22nd at 8:00 a.m.



     


HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday

 

Tuesday

 

Thursday

 

Friday

8:00 am

 

to

 

7:00 pm

Wednesday

 

Saturday

8:00 am

 

 to

 

4:00 pm

Sunday

CLOSED

Telephone Numbers

931.484.6790

Information

931.484.2350

Public Fax

931.707.8956 Business Fax

 

Library News Article for March 27

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and the library is proud to partner with the Avalon Center to provide information and books on this critical problem that exists within our society. Stop by, view the material available and check out those books of interest.

The Big Band Era is returning. On March 27 at noon in the Cumberland Meeting Room, the Cumberland Swing Experience will have its inaugural performance featuring music from the great American songbook.  This 9 piece band featuring vocals by Terri Utsey will knock your socks off.

The library is in need of individuals who can translate items in Spanish, French, German and other languages on an as needed basis. Contact Wayne Schobel at 931-484-6790 x240 if interested.

What’s Happening

Thursday, March 28th
              9:00 a.m.    AARP Tax Assistance [appointment preferred] -
                                       Cumberland Meeting Room

Friday, March 29th
              9:00 a.m.    AARP Tax Assistance [appointment preferred] -
                                       Cumberland Meeting Room

Saturday, March 30th
              9:00 a.m.    Scherenschnitte Paper Cutting Class – Cumberland B
            10:00 a.m.    Beginning Guitar Class – Cumberland Meeting Room A
            11:00 a.m.    Intermediate Guitar Class – Cumberland Meeting Room A
            12:00 noon    Super Power Rock Painting Class – Cumberland Meeting Room B
              1:00 p.m.   ACPL Retro-Cinema “Scooby Doo Meets Batman [NR]”
                                       - Cumberland A

Monday, April 1st
              2:00 p.m.          Intermediate Tai Chi Class – Cumberland Meeting Room
              3:00 p.m.          Beginning Tai Chi Class – Cumberland Meeting Room

Tuesday, April 2nd
            10:00 a.m.          Kid-Bits Preschool Story-time – Children’s Library
                                       Carousel
              2:00 p.m.          Tuesday’s @ the Movies – “The Old Man &  The Gun [PG13]” - Cumberland Meeting Room
Wednesday, April 3rd
              9:00 a.m.          Ewe Can Knit beginning needle worker Group -
                                       Plateau Conference Room
            10:00 a.m.          Ewe Can Knit experienced needle workers group -
                                       Plateau Conference Room
            11:00 a.m.          Stamp Collectors Group meeting – Obed River Room [112]
            12 Noon             “The Cumberland Swing Experience” – Noon Concert
                                       Series – Cumberland Meeting Room

Great New Books

Run Away by Harlan Corben

This bombshell-laden thriller sees Wall Street financial adviser Simon Greene and his pediatrician wife having a perfect life by all outward appearances--except that they haven't seen their drug-addicted daughter, Paige, in six months. When by chance Simon spots Paige panhandling in Central Park, he approaches her, but Aaron Corval, her junkie boyfriend, who he believes is holding her against her will, confronts him, and the two get into a fight. Paige flees the scene. When Aaron later turns up dead, Simon and his daughter become suspects in his murder. Vowing to find Paige at any cost, Simon soon finds his search intertwined with a Chicago PI's case to locate a missing person. The breakneck pacing and audaciously intricate story line will have readers on the edge of their seats.

Celtic Empire by Clive Cussler

U.N. scientists in El Salvador are bloodily dispatched, ships collide on Detroit's waterways, raiders assail an archaeological site, and Dirk Pitt and his team discover that the connecting thread is a 3,000-year-old tale of an Egyptian princess. The settings are colorful, the characters appealing or despicable as needed, and the action is both implausible and fun.

The Fifth Doctrine by Karen Robards

The authorities have finally caught up with Bianca St. Ives, who rights the world's wrongs by stealing money back from swindlers, and they'll give her a break--if she goes undercover as a female hacker who stole intelligence from the North American Aerospace Defense Command.

Horizon by Barry Lopez

Ranging from western Oregon, the Arctic, and the Galápagos to Kenya's deserts, Australia's Botany Bay, and Antarctica's ice shelves, the author recalls some of his most significant worldwide jaunts. He also ventures back in time to chronicle prehistoric peoples on Canada's Skraeling Island, for instance, and a Native American emissary's experiences in isolationist Japan.

Libraries=Information

More than 37 million Americans snore regularly-meaning there’s an excellent chance that you or your partner keep one another up with awful buzz saw- like sounds. As you get older, increased weight and/or decreased throat muscle tone can cause your throat to narrow during sleep and trigger snoring. Here’s how to find relief: Lose weight; Sleep on your side; Elevate your head; try an OTC nasal strip; Don’t nod off with a nightcap. If your snoring doesn’t ease off despite these efforts and/or your snoring is accompanied by excessive daytime sleepiness, see your doctor to get evaluated for sleep apnea.

Stingy Schobel Says

You can now borrow up to 5 magazine titles for 7 days. With 102 magazines in the library’s portfolio, there should be something for everyone. Check our offerings and see how much you can save by cancelling your subscriptions. Let us know if your favorite title is not in our collection and we’ll see about including it in the future.

 

Library Laugh

Have you heard about corduroy pillows? They’re making headlines.


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Friday, March 15, 2019