Churubusco Public Library news

Coloring Contest Winner

The library would like to congratulate October Children’s Coloring Contest winners: Silvia Easler (ages four and under), Henry Caulk (ages five-eight), Marissa Lehman (ages nine-twelve), and Sabine Croy (most creative).

Adult Discussion Group

This group will be meeting Thursday, November 15 at 10 a.m. Join the group this month as they discuss “Hoosier Woman” by Sylvia Duncan. Group discussion will be led by board member, Harold Norman.

Grim Readers meeting

The Grim Readers will be meeting Saturday, November 17 at 2 p.m. and will be discussing the third book in the “Rot & Ruin” series by Jonathon Maberry, titled “Flesh & Bone.” Refreshments will be provided. Group discussion will be led by staff member, Shelly Becraft.

Toys for Tots

Once again the Library will be collecting new (in-package), unwrapped toys donations for the Toys for Tots campaign. Donations will be accepted until early December (official date to be determined).

If anyone knows a child or a family that could benefit from Toys for Tots this holiday season, sign up location, dates and times for Whitley County are as follows:

Salvation Army office in First Church of God, 1200 W. Depoy Drive, Columbia City, Tuesday-Friday from 1:30-4:30 p.m. November 6 thru December 7.

New movies and some coming soon

The following movies are either at the library now or will be coming soon: Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter,” “Amazing Spiderman,” “Arthur Christmas,” “Brave,” “Dark Shadows,” “Madagascar 3,” “Magic Mike,” Moonrise Kingdom,” “Prometheus, and “Rock of Ages.”

Flu season precautions

In the onset of the flu season, the Churubusco Public Library would like to request that if you are experiencing symptoms of the flu that you refrain from visiting the library to prevent the potential spread of the virus. Should you be unable to return your materials on time due to illness, please call the library to renew at 693-6466, or email at buscolibrary@frontier.com, or use the online catalog. In addition, the library has alcohol based hand sanitizer for patrons to use located at the front desk and children’s section.

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