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Archive for September, 2008

Attention All Otaku!

Posted by nchcplteens on September 30, 2008

The Animanga club meets tomorrow night, that’s Wednesday, October 1st, at 6 pm in the Teenscape.  Join us for the newly acquired BLACK CAT anime (finally!) and the making of Teru-Teru Bozu (thanks, Lauren!).


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Fahrenheit Fever BBQ

Posted by nchcplteens on September 24, 2008

Enjoy free food, free books and entertainment this Saturday at the Arts Park Pavilion! The Henry County Big Read officially starts with our Fahrenheit Fever BBQ from 11am-1pm this Saturday, September 27th. Get your copy of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, read it, then join us for future book discussions and more events to come.

If you can’t be there, email us at and we’ll reserve your free copy at the main desk for you to keep.

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Something BIG is coming…

Posted by nchcplteens on September 18, 2008

The Big Read is coming to Henry County again.  Your free book and food can be had at the Fahrenheit Fever BBQ at the Arts Park on Saturday, September 27th from 11 am to 1 pm.  Watch for events and contests coming in October.  Or check out The BIg Read link here on the blog.  Get ready!

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What’s to Know

Posted by nchcplteens on September 3, 2008

I know, I know.  It’s been a long time.  I’m back from vacation (driving around Lake Superior was gorgeous) and ready to bring you more news from the library.

Wondering what exactly is up with the full-blown conflict between Russia and the Republic of Georgia?  Take a look at this great profile from the BBC on Georgia–this crossroads between Europe and Asia has had it’s troubles before.  Check out the Q&A on the conflict to understand more of what’s going on.   You can always look on the library’s website and check the Encyclopedia Britannica link in our Online Resources section for info on Georgia and much more! (Thanks to the School Library Journal for the link.)

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