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Great Courses Wednesdays at 12PM Starting January 5
Author Speak: Joseph A. Tringali
Tues., Jan. 11 at 11:00 AM

"Harbor of Refuge" by Joseph TringaliJoin Joseph A. Tringali as he presents his novel Harbor of Refuge. No sign up required. See description of his presenting book below:

Harbor of Refuge tells the stories of the lives and loves of the people who live at Cap’n Kelly’s Marina in the small, often bypassed town of Calkins Harbor, Florida.

Marilyn Dupré moves to Calkins Harbor to escape a life that was going nowhere in her native New Orleans, and is introduced to the world of liveaboard boaters by Margaret “Grandma” Calkins, the widow of the late Cap’n Kelly himself. Among them is the mysterious Jack Townsend. Rumors fly as to how a handsome loner came to live in such a place, and Marilyn is going to be the one to find out. Is it the Law of Karma or is it fate?

Crafts for Grown Ups
Valentines Day Painted Pot: January 20 at 11:00 AM

Valentines Day Painted PotsSign up for our craft of the month! This month, we are making Valentines Day Painted Pots. Space and supplies are limited (20). Sign up is available online, by phone at (561) 841 - 3383, or at the adult circulation desk. Click here to sign up online today!

Book Sale Last Week of January
Author Speak: Charles Todd
Wed., Feb. 9 at 10:00 AM

"A Game of Fear" by Charles ToddJoin Charles Todd as he presents his book A Game of Fear. No sign up required. See description of his presenting book below:

Spring, 1921. Scotland Yard sends Inspector Ian Rutledge to the sea-battered village of Walmer on the coast of Essex, where amongst the salt flats and a military airfield lies Benton Abbey, a grand manor with a storied past. The lady of the house may prove his most bewildering witness yet. She claims she saw a violent murder—but there is no body, no blood. She also insists she recognized the killer: Captain Nelson. Only it could not have been Nelson because he died during the war.

Everyone in the village believes that Lady Benton’s losses have turned her mind—she is, after all, a grieving widow and mother—but the woman Rutledge interviews is rational and self-possessed. And then there is Captain Nelson: what really happened to him in the war? The more Rutledge delves into this baffling case, the more suspicious tragedies he uncovers. The Abbey and the airfield hold their secrets tightly. Until Rutledge arrives, and a new trail of death follows… 

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9:30AM to 10:30AM

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