Not all scientists can write. Stanford visiting professor Nathan Wolfe can, and he does a superb job in his new book The Viral Storm. Concepts which have been difficult for others to explain flow easily from Wolfe's pen.
Looking for a group to talk about the latest great reads? Join the new high school/college age group that meets at Carnegie on the second Thursday of the month. Come January 12th to argue your fave--Hunger Games or Twilight. Or just to tell us you hate them both! We want to know what you think and why. Meet at 6 pm in the McIntyre Room on the second floor. Free Eats, too!
The Feature Films with Food group has been moved from the Carnegie auditorium to the McIntyre Room for Thursday, January 5th, at 6 pm. Please join us!
Join us Thursday evening, January 5th, for Charade with Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. We'll be talking about the film afterwards and having peppermint tea, hot chocolate, peppermint twists and more goodies! 6 pm in the auditorium.
Some of the best reading of childhood comes from Louisa May Alcott's Little Women, Little Men and the following books. I fondly remember these books, which I frequently re-read as a child. The movies were so pleasant, too! If you haven't watched them with your little ones, they might be good ones for the holiday vacation.