For the entire month of October, we have set up a book trail at the West Virginia Botanic Gardens. The book, “At the Old Haunted House” by Kelen Ketteman, will be displayed on pop-up boards along a trail so that you can move, enjoy the outdoors, and follow along a story. You can find the book trail near the labyrinth area at the gardens.
Download or pick up your “I Spy” handout at any branch location. With your handout, find all the artwork installations on the Caperton Rail-Trail, Deckers Creek Rail-Trail, and neighboring/trailside parks.
Fill out your handouts and take it to a library branch location by November 5th where 3 winners will be drawn to win $25 gift cards to a business along the rail trail.
Download the handout: https://www.mympls.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/ISpyHandout_NoAnswers.pdf
You have exactly 3 sentences to scare the bejeezus out of us! Online submissions are accepted October 1st – October 21st for three different age categories: kids, teens, and adults at https://bit.ly/3EFGiSM. A panel of judges will select a winner from each age category. Winners get a $25 gift card to Black Bear Burritos!
Disclaimer: Contest submissions and author names may be shared on Morgantown Public Library System’s publications and social media. All other personal information will be kept private and will only be used for contact if you are a winner.
Science fiction, romance, fantasy, horror fiction, mystery, historical fiction, thriller, western fiction…have you tried something different? Join staff each month as they discuss different genres. This month we’re diving into our favorite horror, specifically what’s hot in the industry, what we’re reading, and what’s been popular for our patrons.
Help us decorate the Arnettsville Public Library for the Fall Harvest season with “Plenty of Pumpkins.” Beginning Monday, October 11, drop off the decorated pumpkin of your choice. It could be a real pumpkin that you decorated, a paper pumpkin that you colored, a pumpkin collage, or any type of artwork that features pumpkins. Use your imagination and bring it to the library by October 27. The winner will be announced on the Arnettsville Facebook Page.
Make a pumpkin-shaped decoration from an old paperback book! Pick up a supply kit with instructions at the branch location of your choice. Register online (https://forms.gle/RjEHxoBKupvLHJASA) or by calling the Cheat Area Public Library at 304-594-1020. Space is limited to 20 registrants. A video instruction will be published on October 11th at 12:00pm. This craft is suitable for adults and teens.
Cheat Area Public Library
121 Crosby Road
Morgantown, WV 26508
Phone: (304) 594-1020
Fax: (304) 594-1020
Create your own recipe featuring pumpkin! Bring three pieces or three of your creation to the library by October 21st. The baked good must be in individual containers , baggies, or plastic wrap. First, second, and third place winners will receive gift cards. Register at the library from October 18-22, 2021
Clay-Battelle Public Library
6059 Mason-Dixon Hwy
Blacksville, WV 26521
Phone: (304) 432-8531
Help us celebrate Chocolate Day at the Arnettsville Public Library. Browse our collection of cookbooks featuring chocolate desserts, check out a book and get a free sampling of chocolate treats (adults only)!
The Book Club for Adults will be reading “The Haunting of Hill House” by Shirley Jackson for the October virtual club gathering on Friday, October at 6:00pm!
“It is the story of four seekers who arrive at a notoriously unfriendly pile called Hill House: Dr. Montague, an occult scholar looking for solid evidence of a “haunting”; Theodora, the lighthearted assistant; Eleanor, a friendless, fragile young woman well acquainted with poltergeists; and Luke, the future heir of Hill House. At first, their stay seems destined to be merely a spooky encounter with inexplicable phenomena. But Hill House is gathering its powers—and soon it will choose one of them to make its own.”
Sign up for the book club today: https://forms.gle/2mEibE8EyzXwMwGb7
Where can I pick up a copy of the book?
Books can be picked up at the Morgantown Public Library, downtown branch, at the 2nd floor reference desk.
Can I keep the book?
No, your books are on loan and will need to be returned.
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