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Annelise Heinz - "Mahjong" (nonfiction) At the library or online Sat, March 25, 2 PM
Happy Hoppy Springtime! 2 p.m. Saturday April 1 - participants get a take-home goody bag
Join us for our first-ever game night Friday March 31- popcorn and drinks provided!
April book club pick is "The Phantom Tollbooth," by Norton Juster. New members welcome!
A fundraiser for the library - Buy your tickets now!
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