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The Sundance Times Page 2 December 3, 2012 This Week at Your Library BY JILL MAC This year's FESTIVAL OF THE TREES was a wonderful event, due in part to the Library staff, Inyan Kara Homemakers, FC- CLA, SHS Student Council, Country Cottage, Legion Auxil- iary Post #45, Lutheran Church and Crook County Museum who all contributed decorated trees. Many people attended the chili supper and voted for their favor- ite tree. The winning tree was the Library tree - the proceeds will be donated to the Library Endow- ment and can be used for our 3:1 match from the State Legis- lature. Library Programming: CHRIST- MAS OPEN HOUSE will be on Fri- day, December 21 from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The Sundance Com- munity Handbell Choir will per- form at noon. LIBRARY CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAYS, December 24-25 and January 1. MYSTERY DINNER AT THE LIBRARY, a fundraiser for the Library Foun- dation, Saturday, January 19 - rickets on sale soon. GENE- ALOGY CLASS, Monday, Janu- ary 14, 7 p.m. EAUDIOBOOK CLASS, Monday, January 28, 7 p.m. HISTORICAL PROGRAM by Rocky Courchaine, Friday, Jan- uary 25, 7 p,m., IVlurder & May- hem in Crook County." LUNCH BUNCH BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP meets every third Thurs- day at 11:30 a.m. The group will NOT meet in December - for Jan- uary they will be reading "Judas Child" by Carol O'Connell. The FEEDER READERS DISCUS- SION GROUP win not be meeting in December. They are reading "The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Mi- gration" by Isabel Wilkerson for January. Copies are available for checkout. CROOK COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD usually meets every first Wednesday after the first Tuesday of each month (usually). Location rotates be- tween the libraries in Sundance, Moorcroft, and Hulett. Meetings open to the public. Date and time change for December to THURS- DAY, December 6 at 10 a.m. in Moorcroft. CROOK COUNTY LI- BRARY FOUNDATION BOARD usually meets every third Thurs- day at 1:30 p.m. Location rotates among the three libraries. Their December meeting will be on Thursday, Dec. 20 in Moorcroft. SUNDANCE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY meet every second Tuesday, September through May, at 11 a.m., new members always welcome. Major projects include the annual book sale, Valentine's bake sale, and Open House luncheon. They will be meeting and decorating the li- brary for Christmas on Tuesday, December 4 at 9 a.m. Staff Reads: Jill is reading IM- POSSIBLE DEAD by lan Rankin and CONVERSATIONS WITH MYSELF by Nelson Mandela. Tanya is reading 15 SECONDS by Andrew Gross. Violet is read- ing THE LAST CAMEL CHARGE by F.B. Johnson. Online Databases: We are very excited to introduce a new ser- vice for our patrons called ZINIO. Zinio provides access to full ver- sions of digital magazines - for free through your library. Over 50 magazines are available for any Wyoming library patron, at any time. Consumer Reports, Family Circle, National Geographic/'and The Economist are just a few of the rifles available. These maga- r FIDLER-ROBERTS AND ISBURG FUNERAL CHAPEL 208 Main Street P.O. Box 1380 Sundance, WY 82729 (307) 283-3334 .............. ........ (888)642-2633 : ..... family owned and www.fidler-isburgfuneralchapels.com operated funeral home. Serving all of DAMON L. ISBURG Northeastern Wyoming Owner/Funeral Director Trusted Family Funeral & Cremation Services for over 50 years Several of the trees in the "Festival of the Trees" with the winning tree from the Library in the foreground. zines are exactly like the print magazine, many with bonus in- teracrive features - they can be viewed on a variety of devices, and downloaded for offline read- ing. Just go to the library website at will.state.wy.us/crook, Click on Access Online Databases," and click on "Zinio Digital Maga- zines" on the right-hand side of the screen. New Fiction: THE BRIDGE by Karen Kingsbury. Heartwarming Christmas story about a hun- dred-year flood, lost love, and the ,beauty of enduring friendships. A WINTER DREAM by Richard Paul Evans. Modem retelling of the Old Testament story of Jo- seph and the coat of many colors. COMANCHE, a western story by Max Brand. DICK FRANCISB BLOODLINE by Felix Frances. As Mark probes deeper into his sister's secrets, he uncovers a trail of blackmail and betrayal surrounding some of the most prominent members of the racing circuit. PHANTOM by Jo Nesbo. Barred from rejoining the police force, Harry Hole sets out on a solitary, increasingly dangerous investigation that takes him deep into the maze of his own past. GOLDBERG VARIATIONS by Susan Isaacs. Gloria Garrison, nee Goldberg, has a kingdom to bequeath to one of the grandchil- dren she barely knows...never anticipating the answer will be "not interested" times three! New DVDs: THE OTHER SIDE OF HEAVEN by Walt Disney, starring Christopher Gorham and Anne Hathaway. NEXT starring Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore and Jessica Biel. SAM EL- LIOTT, three movies - Blue River, Gone to Texas, and I Will Fight No More Forever. 127 HOURS starring James Franco. HOLES by Walt Disney, starring Sigour- ney Weaver, Jon Voight, Patricia Arquette and Tim Blake Nelson. INCIDENT, .AT, OGIALAc THE LEONARD PELT F_.R STOR pre- sented by Robert Redford. CATS, the musical, with music by An- drew Lloyd Webber. ALL ABOUT BIG RED FIRE ENGINES with two fun-filled adventures for kids of all ages. BOB THE BUILDER: TOOL POWER! With five toolin' tales new to home video. New PIayaways (prerecorded MP3s): THE MARK OF ATHENA by Rick Riordan, read by Joshua Swanson. THE LOST HERO by Rick Riordan, read by Joshua Swanson. THE SON OF NEP- TUNE by Rick Riordan, read by Joshua Swanson. New Junior Nonfiction: PI- RATES, a Magic Tree House re- search guide by Will Osbome and Mary Pope Osbome. KNIGHTS AND CASTLES, a Magic Tree House research guide by WiU Os- bome and Mary Pope Osbome. A BLACK AND WHITE TALE with quilts by Ann Fahl, poem by Jac- quie Scuitto. New Picture Books: PETE THE CAT SAVES CHRISTMAS by James Dean. A rockin' new spin on the tradirional tale The Night Before Christmas." PETE THE CAT AND HIS FOUR GROOVY BUTTONS by James Dean. Pete the cat loves the buttons on his shirt so much that he makes up a song about them. DEE AND THE MAMMOTH by Gene Gagli- ano, illustrated by Zachary Pul- len. Digging up the bones of the largest Columbian mammoth, .,Dee's geologist , father, braves blazing summer heat, blizzards, flash floods, rattlesnakes, and dust devils. GRANITE by Su- san Butcher and David Mon- son. Granite, the lead dog for a team of sled dogs, must call on all his inner strength and cour- age to same them all when they are caught in a raging Arctic bliz- zard. I SPY A CHRISTMAS TREE by Jean MarzoUo and Walter Wick. A VERY MERRY CHRIST- MAS by Lauren Cecil. THE GIN- GERBREAD BEAR by Robert Dennis. HOW DO DINOSAURS SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS? By Jane Yolen and Mark Teague. O O O The Pcmck Rt r Ene FotmcMtm Kicking OU a to Benem the Food hnk o#the The Foundation has pledged its own support by donating $5,000 which equates to 30,000 meals for our neighbors - especially children. The Wyoming Food Bank facilitates the programs by ordering food for the entire state, saving communities money and time. Then the food is shipped to local coordinators who work with schools, churches, and other community organizations to insure the food reaches those children who need it most.. 9 A Touchsame rative SANTA IS COMING TO SUNDANCEli! Bring your Christmas lists and cameras and tell Santa your wishes on Dec. 20 between 10-11 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Children ages 10 years or younger be sure to add your name to the drawing between Nov. 28= and 13t for a chance to receive a Dec. Christmas present from Sundance State Bank. iii i:;iii iii~ Refreshments will be provided. ~ Me~*r FDIC Equal Housing Lender