Tuesday, May 21 6:30 p.m.
Please bring poems to share,
either your own or favorite poems
by someone else. At least one poem
should relate to the theme for May
which is seeds. Readings occur in
round table format and are
facilitated by Priscilla Cookson.
Tuesday, May 21 7:00 p.m.
eBooks are outselling paper
editions in all fiction
categories, and fast challenging
paper in most non-fiction. eBook
readers have become one of the
fast growing categories of
consumer electronic devices ever.
There are three major competitors
in the U.S. eBook market today:
Amazon's Kindle, Barnes &
Noble's Nook and Apple's iPad.
This program will provide an
overview of features and current
models of each of these families
of readers, highlighting the pro's
and con's of each.
Understanding the Family Law
Lawyers in Libraries
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Learn how family law cases go
through district court. Find out
what you have to do to get a case
started, and what happens as you
proceed through the court. Learn how
to prepare for mediation and
This program will be
presented by Kim Pittman, Esq.
York Reads: Rachel Carson: Her
Life and Her Legacy
Over the next few months a
number of programs will be held in
celebration of the 50th
anniversary of Rachel Carson's
"Silent Spring". Copies
of the book are available for sale
at the Library for $10.00
here for the brochure listing all
the York Reads programs.