Monday, April 28, 2008

Spring Clean Up!

Hubbardston Library
at the Hubbardston
Community Center

Saturday May 3rd
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
(Rain date May 10th)
Please help us spruce
Up YOUR Community
Center grounds…we
will rake, weed, mulch,
and more.


Wednesday, April 23, 2008

May Chicken Dinners

Chicken Dinner

Tuscan Masonic Lodge
206 North Washington Street
Hubbardston, Michigan 48845

Saturday, May 3, 2008


Adults $8 , Youth 6-12 $4 , under 5 free

There will also be a Chicken Dinner on May 26th, Memorial Day, from 11 am - 1 pm!

Thursday, April 17, 2008

More Books from the Library of Michigan

Many thanks to Mary Rumler and Kate Nicholoff of the Library of Michigan for thinking of us and donating the following books:

Love in the Time of Cholera - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Theft By Mortgage - Michael Burdick
Greener Pastures- Clarence Underwood
The Father of All Things - Tom Bissell
The Pillars of the Earth - Ken Follett
Fortune's Rocks- Anita Shreve
The Appetizer Atlas - Aurthur L. Meyer and John M. Vann
The Forest Lover - Susan Vreeland
A Hard Time To Be A Father - Fay Weldon
Peter and His Pet Petoskey Stone - Victor B. Eicheler
Forbidden Fruit - Betty Deramus
V'era - Stacy Schiff
Plain Truth - Jody Picoult
Traverse City From Farmstead to Lake Shore - Thomas Kachadurian
Inside Outside - Janet R. Gilsdorf, MD
Made In Detroit - Paul Clemens
A Wedding In December - Anita Shreve
Imagine What America Could Be - edited by Marianne Williamson
Little Saint - Hannah Green
High Lonesome - Joyce Carol Oates
The Mermaid Chair - Sue Monk Kidd
Burning Secrets - Steve Brezenoff
How Stella Got Her Groove Back - Terry Mc Millan
Summer Sisters - Judy Blume

We're limping along now with our computer and software, still not quite 100% yet, but we're cataloging books again. Stop by the library and check out these new books!

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

And The Rest Of The Michigan Notable Books

The following books will be added shortly. Our librarian computer is dead, so we are switching to one of the patron computers, but that is not yet running. Hopefully, we'll get that going on or before this Saturday.

Up In Honey's Room by Elmore Leonard
Paper Tiger by Ted A. Kluck
Elijah Of Buxton by Christopher Paul Curtics
The Red Parts by Maggie Nelson
Stealing Buddha's Dinner by Bich Minh Nguyen
Iggy Pop - Open Up And Bleed by Paul Trynka
My Brave Mechanics - The First Michigan Engineers and Their Civil War by Mark Hoffman
The Father Of All Things by Tom Bissell
The Sound the Stars Make Rushing Through the Sky by Jane Johnston Schoolcraft
Sweety Pies by Patty Pinner
Connecting The Dots by Tyree Guyton's Heidelberg Project

Monday, April 7, 2008

More Michigan Notable Books

We will be adding the following books, shortly. Our librarian computer is down, so it's not possible to catalog new books as they come in. We hope to get this fixed quickly.

Write It When I'm Gone - Remarkable Off-the-Record Conversations with Gerald R. Ford by Thomas M. DeFrank

Returning To Earth by Jim Harrison
A Primer on Parallel Lives by Dan Gerber
Alden B. Down Midwestern Modern by Diane Maddex

We'll let you know when we get more books!

Thursday, April 3, 2008

2008 Michigan Notable Books

The 2008 Michigan Notable Books list is the Library of Michigan's annual selection of up to 20 recommended books reflecting Michigan's rich cultural heritage, featuring high-quality titles with wide public appeal that are either written by a Michigan resident or about a Michigan-related topic.

The Hubbardston Library has purchased these 20 books! At this time, we have the following:

Mackinac Bridge - A 50-Year Chronicle - 1957-2007 by Mike Fornes
Sailing Grace by John Otterbacher
Fork in the Road by Eric Villegas
From The Vine Exploring Michigan Wineries by Sharon Kegerreis and Lorri Hathaway
One Thousand Tracings - Healing the Wounds of World War II by Lita Judge

The others will be arriving soon. Stay tuned!

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Used Book Sale!

The Hubbardston Library will be having their very first book sales on
Saturday, April 12th from 11 am to 7 pm. These books are typically
duplicates of books that we already have shelved. Most books will
sell for one dollar or less, so they are a real bargain! The book
sales is the same day as the Hubbardston Community Center Spring
Fling, so come by a little early to browse for books!