Monday, May 2

The Month Of May Brings More Than Flowers At The Pearl Library!

   


      The month of May brings great adult programming to the Pearl Public Library!   
      For starters, the Chapter 1 Book Club will feature Neil Hayes’ When the Game Stands Tall: The Story of the De La Salle Spartans and Football’s Longest Winning Streak on Tuesday, May 10 from 6-7 p.m.
     “The Streak” it’s called. That’s the California high school’s phenomenal 151-game football winning streak from 1992 -2004.   Interestingly enough, the school’s legendary coach, Bob Ladouceur was teaching these young men more about life than about how to set a national football game winning record.   When the Game Stands Tall features Coach Lad, who was also a religious studies teacher as well as the football coach, and the inspiration he imparts to his players.
    What a great story! You don’t want to miss this Chapter 1 Book Club! It's a free adult program, and remember, you don't have to be a member to come join in the discussion. Light refreshments and door prizes provided.
      (Note: The Chapter 1 Book Club has changed nights from the second Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. to the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m.)




     If making crafts is your type of fun, May’s Simply Crafts is decorative Mason jars with a peep hole! But, that’s not all! Part two of the this craft night on Thursday, May 19,  from 6-7 p.m. is a homemade salt scrub using Epsom salt, olive oil and fragrant vanilla! Mmmmm, leaves your skin oh-so-soft, and it’s very relaxing! Couldn’t be easier to make. What better vessel to carry the salt scrub than the decorative Mason jar! See! Two crafts in one!
    Simply Crafts is free and all materials supplied! No reservations needed!
    (Note: Simply Crafts has moved from Tuesday to Thursday nights from 6 -7 p.m. for the months of May, June and July.)



  ALERT! THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELLED AS OF TODAY Monday, MAY 9, 2016.
Ending the month on a high note, Mississippi attorney and author, Diane Baugh Roy (D. Baugh Roy) comes to the Pearl Library on Tuesday, May 31 at 4 p.m. to talk about her latest book.  Unjust Rewards, the first in the Haley Browder Series, involves murder, the FBI  and stolen millions in Hurricane Katrina recovery funds. 
    Refreshments will be served.

You don't want to miss any of these programs!

We'll see you there!


2 comments:

Mama Bear said...

Does the Pearl library still do story time with kids during the week? I can't find any info anywhere about it so any help would be greatly appreciated!

lib-blogger said...

Check the online calendar http://cmrls.lib.ms.us/events If you will go to top left of the calendar, you'll see that you can sort it by branch. Choose Pearl (or any branch) and you can see what is planned. Click on any of the entries and you'll see more info and who to contact if you have questions. Hope this helps!