Archive for September, 2011

A Tribute to Tennessee Williams


A Tribute to Tennessee Williams is presented by The Showcase Arts Foundation and hosted at your NPR Library.

Enjoy short works and scenes from one of America’s greatest playwrights with commentary and anecdoes about his life and work. Directed by Lil Barcaski

Fri, October 14 at 7PM and Saturday, October 15 at 2PM

Suggested Donation: $10 at the door

Library Adopts New Hours

Starting in October, your NPR Public Library hours will change. 

New Hours:

Mon – Thurs, 10AM-8PM

Fri – Sat, 10AM-2PM


Please note: Our Hours are a’Changin
Mon-Thurs, 10-8PM  :  Fri-Sat, 10-2PM

Special New Programs

Dream Interpretation
Learn how to interpret your dreams based on the psychological theory of Carl G. Jung, M.D.  Author Eleonora V. Marinaro, Ph.D., presents a lecture, discussion and book signing on Thurs, Oct. 20 at 6PM. No charge
Computers for Beginners –  Sign up NOW
The library is currently holding afternoon classes on Thursdays from 5:30-7:30PM and morning classes on Fridays, 10:30-12:30PM.  Sign up at the front desk to learn Microsoft Windows for Beginners. No charge

Book Signing with Frank Myers, author of The Socotra Sparrow

After college, a tour of duty as a Royal Marine, and an apprenticeship in a shipyard, Martin “Marty” Sommerville goes to America to seek his fortune. Little does he know how much his life would change when he embraces an exciting new career as The Socotra Sparrow…Find out more at  Book signing in library lobby on Sat, Oct. 8 at 1:30PM.

Financial Literacy Series
Your library is hosting a Financial Literacy Series provided by SunTrust Bank.

  • Tues, Oct. 11 at 5:30PM : Money Matters , Keep track of your money
  • Tues, Nov. 8 at 5:30PM– Financial Recovery – how to recover financially & rebuild your credit after a financial setback

SCORE Small Business Seminars – no charge

  • Tues, Oct. 11 at 5:30PM: How to Qualify asa a 501C3
  • Tues, Nov. 8 at 5:30PM: How to Really Start Your Own Business

Socrates Cafe
What is the Socrates Cafe? Good question! Hopefully it’s one of many. Here are some questions for you. Have you ever questioned society and its assumptions? Do you like having a good, safe discussion without fear of being attacked for having an opinion that is different? If so, come join a lively discussion at your NPR Library about a different topic on the 2nd Mondays of each month (November – April) at 1:30PM. No charge, For more information, phone 376-1077.

Growing a Sustainable Future