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Magic, Comedy, and more!

We have a few tickets left for Eccentric Adam at the Carleton Place Town Hall tomorrow morning at 10am. He’ll be delighting the whole family with his magical antics, and you won’t want to miss it.  46 more words

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Are you a Bookworm?

This week, we’re doing a little bit of special FUN-draising at the library. With all of the kids off for March Break, we’re looking to add a bit of excitement to an already busy week…and it’ll help us out, too! 202 more words

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Digital Device Workshop

Not sure how to use your tablet as much as you think you should? Still trying to figure out your new phone? We’re holding another Digital Device workshop next week where you can ask all the questions you have, and share some of your own tricks. 65 more words

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Local Authors Exposed!

Last Friday night, we had a fun event at our library–Local Authors Exposed. We invited four local authors and a fabulous moderator to join us for an evening of questions about publishing, writing, and creativity. 180 more words

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not your usual evening at the library

Carleton Place (and environs) is bursting with writers!  It is also bursting with amazing librarians who listen to the members of their library, and so, when local writers wanted to know more about publishing, a plan was hatched to get that information for them. 676 more words

Sing Out Loud!

When I first became a children’s librarian, I knew one of my biggest hurdles was going to be singing in front of people. I had this vision of myself at the front of the room, having to sing even something as simple as Itsy, Bitsy Spider, and my voice cracking because I started too high, or sang out of tune, or couldn’t remember the words. 475 more words

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Would You Be This Brave?

I love this lead up:

It was 1928: a time of illicit booze, of Gatsby and Babe Ruth, of freewheeling fun. The Great War was over and American optimism was higher than the stock market.

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