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Upcoming Programs for Adults:

Calling All Collectors!
Do you have a collection you would like to share with the community? We are always looking for interesting collections to feature in our glass display case. Please call the library or stop by the Adult Reference Desk if you would like to exhibit your treasures!



Adult Summer Reading Program
June 1-July 31

Celebrate all the ways Libraries Rock this summer! The Adult Summer Reading Program contest will begin June 1st and end July 31st. Every library book you read or listen to (including Hoopla and OverDrive) is eligible for an entry to win one of the prize baskets that will be on display. Entries can also be earned by attending adult programs held at the library during June and July. Bi-weekly contests will also be held, with entries available behind the Reference Desk.



"Oh, That Can't Be Comfortable!"
Saturday, July 21, 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Ever think about lacing yourself into a corset? Or slipping into a set of wide circular hoops? This presentation takes a look at how women dressed, highlighting both the fashion and function of every piece worn. More than just pretty frills, we seek to learn why women dressed the way they did. Was there a deeper meaning behind those yards of fabric? Original garments, reproduction pieces, accessories, and more give colorful insight to a time when the unmentionables were just that - unmentionable! Traci Manning, Curator of Education from the Mahoning Valley Historical Society will be presenting this program. Registration is requested by calling the library or stopping by the Circulation Desk.



What is Up in the Late Summer Sky?
Friday, August 17, 7:30-8:30 p.m.; dismiss to parking lot

The astronomy program will begin in the Salchow Room at 7:30 p.m. and last for approximately one hour. Then we will dismiss to the South Parking Lot, if the sky is clear, to use a variety of telescopes. Four planets (Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Venus) will be visible in August and the first quarter moon will also be out. The telescope viewing is handicap accessible. We will be using an enhanced camera on one of the telescopes so those who cannot reach a regular eyepiece can still enjoy the views through the telescope. Registration is requested by calling the library or stopping by the Circulation Desk.



Free Movies at the Library
2nd Wednesday of the month, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

June 13: 1954 romantic comedy starring Humphrey Bogart and Audrey Hepburn, 113 min.
July 11: 1959 comedy starring Doris Day and Jack Lemmon, 97 min.
August 8: 1940 romantic comedy starring Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn, 112 min.

Free refreshments sponsored by the Friends of the Library.



Book Club on the Run!

Too busy for book club? No problem! Check out the display behind the Reference Desk each month for a recommended read.



Free Blood Pressure Check
Last Wednesday of each month, 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Have your blood pressure, heart rate, and oxygen saturation level read each month at the library. The Salem Area Visiting Nurses provides this service for free. No appointment is necessary, just stop by the adult department.



New Materials for Adults:

New Fiction Books
 

Dreams of Falling

The Moscow Deception

The Pharaoh Key

Tom Clancy: Line of Sight
 



New Non-Fiction Books
 

My Girls 

Robin  

The Soul of America  


Vegetables Love Flowers  





New Audio Books
 

Beach House Reunion

The Cast

A Higher Loyalty

Turbulence