February Happenings at Dayton Memorial Library
Go on a blind date (with a book) or take a sign language class in February
Through the month of February , patrons are invited to stop in at the Dayton Memorial library and choose a "blind date" book to read. Books are wrapped in brown paper, but labeled with clues to what is inside.
DAYTON - February is National Library Lovers Month, and the Dayton Memorial Library is celebrating that, as well as Valentine's Day, with "Blind Date with a Book."
New books for men, women, young adults and children are wrapped in plain brown paper, with brief descriptions, or clues, as to what is inside, and are available for check-out. Many of the Blind Date with a Book picks are suggestions by well-known Seattle librarian and author, Nancy Pearl.
Family story time is on Feb. 7, and begins at 6 p.m. with a story, followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m., catered by Melissa Weatherford, of Grassro...
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