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New Music releases, October 2014

Baker, Ginger.  Why                                                      Jazz Bake Why

Blades, Ruben.  Tangos                                                 World Span Blad Tang

Bleachers.  Strange Desire                                              Coun Blea Stra

New DVD Titles, October 2014

THREE DAY DVD                                                             Section

Amazing Catfish, The (Foreign Film – Mexico)                               Foreign

Are You Here (Owen Wilson)                                                    Comedy

New Mysteries October 2014

Stone Wife by Peter Lovesey
To Dwell in Darkness by Deborah Crombie
The Girl Next Door by Ruth Rendell
Rose Gold by Walter Mosley
Dick Francis’ Damage by Felix Francis
French Pastry Murder by Leslie Meier
Proof Positive by Archer Mayor
Festive in Death by J.D. Robb
Death of a Crabby Cook by Penny Pike
Broadchurch by Erin Kelly
Low Road by A.D. Scott
Old Deep and Dark by Ellen Hart
Deadline by John Sandford
Paris Match by Stuart Woods
Best American Mystery Stories of the Nineteenth Century edited by Otto Penzler
Blood of an Englishman by M.C. Beaton
Fighting Chance by Jane Haddam
Bitter Remedy by Conor Fitzgerald
Nine Days by Minerva Koenig
Angel Killers by Andrew Mayne
Stirring the Pot by Daryl Wood Gerber
Ghost Wanted by Carolyn Hart
Bless Her Dead Little Heart by Miranda James
Murder at Marble House by Alyssa Maxwell
Murder Man by Tony Parsons
Haunting Ballad by Michael Nethercott

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New DVD Releases for Sept. 30th

We have six new titles for Tuesday, Sept. 30th.  They are:

24: Live Another Day (Kiefer Sutherland)

Are You Here (Owen Wilson)

Chef

Mentalist, The: Season 6

Third Person (Liam Neeson)

Transformers: Age of Extinction


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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CBLDF BBW Jeff Smith posterEvery year, libraries and bookstores around the country set aside the last week in September for Banned Books Week.  In this week, we seek to remind everyone of the benefits of free and open access to information.  We underscore the dangers of censorship.  And we honor a right we never, ever want to lose: our Constitutionally guaranteed freedom to read. 

Volunteers Needed!!

Student and adult volunteers are needed to help with the children's Chess Club.  Experienced chess players can volunteer to assist with children ages 7-12 years by providing basic instruction or serving as an opponent.  Meetings are on Fridays 4-5:00pm twice a month.  Students will be compensated with service hours and adults will be showered with gratitude!  Check the library's calendar for upcoming meeting dates.

 

For more information, contact:

Amy Chesman, Children's Librarian

634-4997 ext. 122

achesman@rcls.org

New DVD Releases for Sept. 23rd

We have six new titles for Tuesday, September 23rd.  They are:

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season One

Calling, The (Susan Sarandon)

Nashville: Season 2

Neighbors (Seth Rogen)

Scandal: Season 3

We Are the Best (Foreign Film - Sweden)

The Cube at the New City Library

Get a sneak peek from one of our interviews from this past weekend on Soundcloud Picture a ten-foot stainless steel cube, balancing on its edge. The surrounding area are mirrored in the metallic sides of this beautiful piece of modern sculpture. Suddenly the door opens to reveal a comfortable, soundproof recording booth. Welcome to The Cube.

The Civil War and Clarkstown

We have a small exhibit in the library about Clarkstown and the Civil War through the end of November.  You can find it in the exhibit case past the DVDs heading toward the Rockland Room.   There is also an online exhibit with more information at http://rocklandroom.omeka.net/exhibits/show/civilwar.  Highlights include the story of General Louis Blenker who owned a farm in New City, a look at brothers who served in the Civil War from Clarkstown, and some information about African American veterans buried at Mt. Moor Cemetery which is surrounded by the Palisades Center Mall.
General Louis Blenker

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