Join us October 22nd at 10:30 a.m. when we discuss The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton
The Age of Innocence is the most famous novel by an American writer Edith Wharton, who was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for it in 1921 and became the first woman to win this prize.It is a fascinating story about a lawyer Newland Archer, who just before his wedding with respectable May Welland, falls in love with her cousin Countess Ellen Olenska. This love goes through the further life of Archer determining his relations with May as well as the entire story of their marriage.
Ask at the desk or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a copy of this classic novel. And be sure to mark your calendars for these upcoming discussions:
11/26/19–Lesson Before Dying by Ernest Gaines
Oct. 3 – Pete the Cat Stories
Oct. 10 – Alligators and Crocodiles
Oct 17 – Hooray for Fall!
Oct. 24 – Colors
Oct. 31 – Pumpkin Tales
Join us each Thursday at 11:00 a.m. for stories, songs, a simple craft and fun galore. Children of all ages and their caregivers are welcome. Come see old friends and meet new ones at Bayne Library.
Kids ages 9 to 12 are invited to join us on Monday, October 21 @ 5:30 p.m. This month we are reading, Hello, Universe by Erin Entrada Kelly
In one day, four lives weave together in unexpected ways. Virgil Salinas is shy and kindhearted and feels out of place in his crazy-about-sports family. Valencia Somerset, who is deaf, is smart, brave, and secretly lonely, and she loves everything about nature. Kaori Tanaka is a self-proclaimed psychic, whose little sister, Gen, is always following her around. And Chet Bullens wishes the weird kids would just stop being so different so he can concentrate on basketball.
They aren’t friends, at least not until Chet pulls a prank that traps Virgil and his pet guinea pig at the bottom of a well. This disaster leads Kaori, Gen, and Valencia on an epic quest to find missing Virgil. Through luck, smarts, bravery, and a little help from the universe, a rescue is performed, a bully is put in his place, and friendship blooms.
“Readers across the board will flock to this book that has something for nearly everyone–humor, bullying, self-acceptance, cross-generational relationships, and a smartly fateful ending.”–School Library Journal
BORROW THE BOOK – READ THE BOOK – COME BACK FOR THE FUN!
Join us Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at 6:00 pm for an Evening with The Psychic Vincent Sisters.
Internationally known Psychic Vincent Sisters, Suzanne Vincent and Jean Vincent are Psychic Mediums, Psychic Investigators and Paranormal Researchers. The Psychic Vincent Sisters have been on numerous documentaries and have appeared on “A&E Psychic Investigators,” “Dead Files Revisited,” “Investigation Discovery”, “Six Degrees of Murder,” “Find Our Missing” and on Japanese TV network Asahi. Furthermore, they have been featured in the National Enquirer about their involvement in the Caylee Anthony missing person case.
Topics that will be discussed:
- Caylee Marie Anthony Murder Case
- John Yelenic Murder Case
- Mickey Sheller
- Cherrie Mahan
- Paul Kochu missing Allegheny Hospital Nurse
- Missing Persons-Murder Mysteries
- Ghost Stories, Scary Stories and Haunted Places.
In addition, we will also be going on a Ghost hunt so bring your cameras, flashlight and ghost hunting equipment and ghost pictures to discuss.
Finally, will be doing Psychic Medium Readings.
Space is limited, register today at 412-766-7447 or via email at email@example.com
Kids aged 6-10 are invited to create, tinker, and play the second Saturday of the month at 2:00 p.m. Each month we’ll explore a new topic and activity to get a better understanding of coding and how it works!
10/12: What are codes?
We’ll start at the beginning and explore what a code is. We’ll practice American Sign language, learn some cool secret ciphers, and make binary necklaces!
11/9: Computational Thinking
How do computers think and how do coders tell computers what to do? We’ll play a couple games to learn more about computational thinking and then build mazes for Hexbugs.
One of the most important things to understand when building codes is sequencing. This month we’ll use story charts and Beebots to understand why order matters.
Space is limited. Please call Bayne Library to register!
Kids in grades K to 6 are invited to join us every Thursday after school 3:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. for Lego fun!
Come build something special at Bayne Library.
Children ages 1 to 4 are invited to join us Saturday, September 21 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. for Sensory Play Time. Sensory play encourages the development of fine motor skills, social skills, language skills and is just plain fun!
We will be set up for a full hour – stay as little or long as you wish.
Did you know Bayne Library offers free, one-on-one computer tutoring sessions. Schedule an appointment and learn how to do everything from using your eReader or smartphone to using our catalog, to applying for jobs online.
Now we can also help you use Google Search to find jobs and Grow with Google’s self-guided tutorials to learn applied digital skills like setting up a gmail account, using Google Drive, and even basic coding.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-766-7447 to learn more!
Thanks to our generous sponsors:
The next Friends of Bayne Library meeting will be Tuesday, September 17th at 6:00 p.m.
What are Friends for?
- They lead fundraising efforts like book sales and donation drives
- They provide input on events and programming
- They use their unique skills to volunteer
- They promote the library and library events in the community
Great Friends make great libraries!
Libby offers users access to thousand of ebooks and audiobooks. All you need is a Library card and a supported device to get started. And if that weren’t enough to entice you, Libby is now encouraging patrons to enter their “Listen and Move Challenge!” Just tag the library on social media with the name of each audiobook you complete while working out and include #listen&movechallenge. Participants will be added to a monthly drawing for prizes!
So get downloading and get moving with Libby! And don’t hesitate to ask at the desk if you have questions!