Great books bring people together! Join us this summer for the third annual Village Read and help foster that community spirit.
The Library is encouraging the entire village to read, discuss, or explore Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. We will have programs, activities, and a book discussion. To help as many people as possible get their hands on Pride and Prejudice, we are giving away free paperback copies at the Library (while supplies last).
After getting your copy of the book, be sure to join us for these related events! Registration is required for all programs unless otherwise noted.
Regency Embroidery Kits
Embroider a beautiful floral design from the Regency Era! An instructional video will be available on the Library’s YouTube page (link below). Kits will be available first come, first served at the Reference Desk starting Thursday, July 1. While supplies last! No registration required. Library YouTube
Village Read Book Discussion
Wednesday, July 14 at 7:30 p.m.
Join us for an informal virtual discussion about Pride and Prejudice. Register here
Rosings Park: A Jane Austen Murder Mystery
Thursday, July 15 at 7:00 p.m.
A crime of great proportions has rocked Rosings Park! As one of Jane Austen’s beloved characters you are a guest at the estate of Lady Catherine de Burgh where the murder took place. Can you put the clues together and discover which of your fellow guests is the killer?
This will be a live murder mystery game played over Zoom. You will receive the Zoom meeting link in your confirmation email, so please enter your email address carefully in the form below.
There must be 10 registered participants in order for the event to go ahead, or else it may be cancelled. Character booklets will be available starting July 8, either by pickup or email. Costumes or props are encouraged, but not required. Register here