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Adult winter reading is here!

This year’s theme is hygge!  Hygge is the Scandinavian word for a mood of coziness and comfortable conviviality with feelings of wellness and contentment.  We’ve put together two very hygge baskets to raffle off this year that include goodies like a signed Alice Hoffman book, Scandinavian cookies, and a handmade blanket from one of our own librarians!  To enter, pick up a bookmark at the reference desk, or download one here, read any book, fill out that review and bring it the library.  We will accept entries from now until February 19.  There will also be several Scandinavian themed events to attend. Click read more to discover them! 

Tuesdays, Jan. 16, 23 & 30, 2 PM
Fika is considered a socialinstitution in Sweden; it means taking a break,  most often a coffee break, with one’s colleagues, friendsor family.  This winter we invite you to adopt this habit. Come to the library, enjoy a cup of coffee, make a craft, do some coloring or just chat with a friend.

Concert: Scandinavian Echoes
Sunday, Jan. 21, 2 PM
The Swedish Meatballs — a group of talented, spicy, flavorful musicians formed just like a recipe — are a little bit of this and a dash of that!  Registration is required, starting Jan. 8. Call 634-4997, ext. 139.

The Vikings: Coming to America, 1000 AD
Monday, Feb. 5, 2 PM
Nearly 500 years before Columbus, Vikings landed in North America. While later Europeans established apresence in the Western hemisphere,  the Vikingsf ailed to do so. Why? Find out with Professor Peter Burkholder of Fairleigh Dickinson Universtiy.


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