Saturday, May 11 @ 10:30am The maze of human memory is territory that Kazuo Ishiguro has made his own. In When We Were Orphans, his first novel in five years, he returns to this terrain. Christopher Banks, an English boy born in early-twentieth-century Shanghai, is orphaned at age nine when his mother and father both vanish. Sent to live in England, he grows up to become a renowned detective and, returns to Shanghai, where the Sino-Japanese War is raging, to solve the mystery of the disappearances. The story is straightforward. Its telling is remarkable.
Saturday, May 11 @ 11am Who let the dogs out? Elementary students and beginning readers are invited to join our volunteer therapy dogs for a barking good time. Read your favorite stories to these clever canines and become a member of the Read to Rover Frequent Reader Club. Don't miss this great experience.
Come visit with our canine pals Clifford and Cookie. Read them one of your favorite books or one of the many doggie tales we have at the library.
Saturday, May 11 @ 11am Everyone is welcome to join us as we continue the Southeast Branch's knitting club: The Knotty Knitters. All ages and abilities are welcome and instruction can be provided to beginners. Make new friends and learn a new craft.