The Mystery Edition with Jeffery Deaver, Elizabeth George and John Lescroart, a fundraising benefit.
Thurs, Apr 24
7 PM Wine Tasting & Book Signing (wine
tasting included with ticket)
8 PM Program
Sunset Center, San Carlos St. at 9th,
CarmelTickets, $55. Make your reservations now!
Held in the beautiful Sunset Center Theater,
Edition features three bestselling and internationally
acclaimed authors, Jeffery Deaver, John Lescroart, Elizabeth George.
They will engage in casual conversation about their published works,
works in progress, their lives as writers, and the value of
supporting community libraries. Lovers of literature and the
mystery genre will have an opportunity to meet with these writers at
a wine tasting reception and book signing preceding their
presentation. Proceeds from the evening benefit the Carmel
Public Library Foundation whose mission is to fund the Carmel Public
Library, to keep the doors open and to maintain the library’s
preeminence as a steward and cherished cultural institution on the
Central Coast of California.
Teen Game Day
Sat, Apr 26, 1-5 pm
Teen Lounge, Main Library, Ocean & Lincoln, Carmel
It's time to make some noise at the library! Join us in the Teen
Lounge for board games, pizza, cupcakes, and prizes.
Free. For more information call 624-7323.
First Saturday eBook Help
Saturday, May 3, anytime from 1-3 pm
Reference Room of the Main Library, Ocean & Lincoln, Carmel
The library offers drop-in assistance with Overdrive eBooks and audiobooks.
Be prepared with your:
- library card number and PIN
- Amazon account login and password, if using a Kindle or Kindle app
- Apple ID and password, if using an iPad, iPod or iPhone
Book Club Meeting: River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey
May 27, 6-7:30 pm
Local History Room, Branch Library, 6th & Mission, Carmel
Join us for a discussion of Candice Millard's
The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey. At once an incredible adventure narrative and a penetrating biographical portrait, The River of Doubt is the true story of Theodore Roosevelt’s harrowing exploration of one of the most dangerous rivers on earth.
All book club titles are available at Harrison (some are available in Large
Print or as audio books). You can also get copies at other
libraries or at Amazon or another bookstore (all of the titles are
available in paperback). If you need assistance finding a copy of a
book, please contact the reference desk at 624-7323.
For more information call 624-7323.
Friends of the Library accepting donations
The Friends are accepting book donations for their book sale to be held Aug. 7 to 9, which benefits the library.
Book donations can be dropped off 10 a.m. to noon Tuesdays at the Sunset Center on the lower level, 10th Avenue and San Carlos Street.
Volunteers are needed to help collect, sort and price donated books.
For information, call 224-4663.
streams award-winning films from festivals around the world. Our patrons now have unlimited access
to thousands of streaming film-festival hits, including the best of Sundance, Cannes, Tribeca, and more. IndieFlix is available on Apple®, Android™, and all Internet-enabled devices.
You can also watch films on TV with a Roku device. All you need is your
For more information call 624-7323.
Ice Cream Social
Tues, May 6th,
Park Branch Library, Sixth and Mission Street
Join Miss Grace and Miss Pat for ice cream! We are celebrating that
Summer Reading is starting soon. Hosted by Stone Cold Creamery of Monterey.
For all ages.
For more information call us at 624-4664
Special Guest Storytime: Miss Sarah from Kinderjam
Wed, May 21,
Park Branch Library, Mission and Sixth Street
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