Dorchester County Library facilities in St. George and Summerville will open
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7th
9:30 - 5pmTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 8th
9:30 - 5pm
We will resume our regular hours of operation beginning
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9th.
Please contact your local library for further information.
Tonight's Library Board meeting has been cancelled.
We will post information for the re-scheduled meeting when a date and time are set.
It's hard to believe that we are already halfway through the year! I've mentioned before about how much I enjoy end-of-the-year lists, but it seems that mid-year lists are just as popular as well now. Below are links to a few lists for your perusal in case you're looking for some more summer reading suggestions:amazon.comBookPage
Check out our new children's play and read area!
Preparing a list of new year resolutions is a tradition. My list generally consists of 4 or 5 things I would like to achieve but I seldom seem to accomplish them. Maybe that's because I'm not taking the right approach to creating my goals and defining what I need to do to accomplish them.
So I googled "new year resolutions" to get assistance with my resolutions for 2015. Here are a few links I located which seemed helpful. Hope you think they are as well.
There are many things I love about the Christmas season -- the lights and decorations, the scent of a fresh cut Christmas tree. The list is endless. The element that I really love is the music. To quote Hans Christian Anderson "Where words fail, music speaks." That is so true. When I hear Christmas music, it automatically lifts my spirits and brings memories to mind of Christmases from my childhood. Christmas is the season that some of my favorite carols are sung in church. Music is the universal language that can transcend so many barriers.
It's been pretty chilly but I'm not complaining. Christmas in the South is usually hot -- shorts and t-shirts. So it's great that the temperatures are cool enough that you at least feel like it's Christmas time. So last evening when I glanced around our den, everyone was under a blanket (I keep my house on the cool side), two with books in hand. I can't think of a better way to spend an evening than under a warm, cozy blanket reading a book or reading a story to someone you love. We have lots of great titles at the library that are available for patrons to borrow.