Branch Events & Announcements
- One Maryland, One Book
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 - 2:00 PM
One Maryland One Book Program: Guest Speaker ~ Roberto Martinez
Join us as we hear from Roberto Martinez, a Mexican immigrant, who tells the story of his migration from Mexico, his culture, and his
family at home. Learn from the perspective of another as we think about immigration and how it affects families.
- Play Time
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 - 10:30 AM
Parents and children explore educational toys together in an interactive, free play program. A great place to make new friends and learn new skills while having fun! For children infant to 5 years.
- Sons of Worcester County
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 - 2:00 PM
Join us as highly-respected local historian Barry Neville presents a fascinating program on the life and times of one of Worcester's most famous natives: Commodore Stephen Decatur.
- New York! New York! Overnight Trip to New York City!
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Stay at the fabulous Edison Hotel in Times Square and see either Wicked or Motown: The Musical. Shop, dine, sight see, and relax! Bus leaves from behind the Snow Hill Post Office at 7 am and from the Ocean Pines Library at 7:30 am on Tuesday, October 28. We will return at approximately 10 pm on Wednesday, October 29. Ticket price includes transportation, hotel and Broadway show. Meals are on your own. Seating is limited so call today at 410-632-3970. Price $425.00.
- Fireside Chat
Thursday, October 30 - 3:00 PM
Want to explore new authors and genres but don't know where to start? Join us for a lively chat about our favorite good reads and get some great ideas!
- Day of the Dead
Friday, October 31 - All Day!
The Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday remembering those who have died. Similar to the American Halloween, traditions include candy, decorations, favorite foods and beverages, and visiting graves. For all ages.
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Branch Programs & Resources
- Emily Powell Warrington Diary
Click here to access Ms. Warrington's annotated diary. It contains more than 250 handwritten pages in three separate volumes containing newspaper and magazine clippings, letters, and photographs that tell of her early life. Emily was a very popular young woman, and her "journal" gives insight into the life and culture of her home town of Berlin, Maryland from just before the Civil War to 1878.
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