Archive for Upcoming Events…

We Want YOU!…

to join our Manga/Anime Club!!

It will be held at the library on Thursday nights from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. beginning JUNE 12!

We will watch anime, read and discuss manga, learn some drawing techniques, and MORE!
Sign-up has already begun, so don’t miss out!!
And be thinking of a name for our club! We will vote at our first meeting on June 12. Hope to see you there!
(Sign-up sheet is located in the Young Adult area of the library. Stop by or call 978-774-8132 to sign-up!)


Doodle and Draw…

We are having a two-day drawing class at the library. The dates are Tuesday, April 22 and Thursday, April 24. If you are interested, please sign-up!
Gloucester artist Debbie Clarke will instruct a two-day drawing class during April vacation!
A $5 fee for materials is due upon registration.
Sign-up begins Monday, March 17!!

Hope to see you there!!

Just thinking…

Hey all…

Sorry it has been so long since I’ve posted anything but new titles, but we’ve been busy planning for the new move. We will be moving on February 1, 2007 up Rt. 114 N, just behind Meritor Academy. I hope you will still be able to come in and visit!

So, I wanted to run this by you…
If you have been into the library recently, you may have noticed my little Japanese food display in the YA area with the “marble soda” and sour candy. I’ve set that up for a reason: to see your reactions! So far they have been great (especially James! YAY!) so it got me thinking….
Why not start a Manga/Anime club at the library?? We could talk about the latest/favorite manga, I’d set out the new and popular titles, we could watch a movie (?) and eat some Japanese-style snacks…whatever. Interested?? Let me know! Come in and tell me, reply to this post, or send me an email at

I’m looking forward to hearing from you. Let’s get something started!

How to Create a Path to a Financially Successful Career…

Tuesday, September 19 at 6:30 p.m.

Which college is best for you? What career makes the most “cents”? Dr. Louis Giamarco will guide high school and college students (and their parents) into high-paying post-graduate careers.

(The opinions of the speaker are not necessarily shared by the Flint Library.)