Family Fun Day Coming in August (SAVE THE DATE)!
Nick's Picks on WBAA
Often, what makes a great horror novel is the notion that the characters and situations are easily perceived as possible. An unseen, lurking evil that seems to exist only for you - that is a fear we all can relate to when we find ourselves in a place alone. The Sorrows bring those fears to life with characters temporarily residing on an abandoned island for musical inspiration. The building suspense throughout the novel grips readers, as Johnathan Janz makes his writing debut. WL Library Director Nick Schenkel has this review.
July Art Exhibit
Thank you to all who attended our press conference for the upcoming July 10 State Street walking tour:
Thank you to our press conference panelists: West Lafayette Mayor John Dennis, former West Lafayette Mayor Sonya Margerum, Purdue Professor Susan Curtis, Linda Eales, Lynn Layden, Nick Schenkel, and Alexandra Hoff.
Thank you as well to representatives who attended: The Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette, The Greater Lafayette Convention and Visitor's Bureau, Lafayette Journal and Courier, WLFI/TV 18, and members of the Library staff.
Little Free Libraries and Book Drops
CULTIVATING A COMMUNITY OF READERS
The West Lafayette Public Library is proud to announce the opening of a neighborhood Little Free Library and a walk-up library book return box in both Lommel Park and Lincoln Park (seen in the photo above) in West Lafayette.
Working with the West Lafayette Parks and Recreation Department, with funding from North Central Health Services (NCHS), the West Lafayette Library is expanding the network of library service points in West Lafayette.
The book drops and the little free libraries are now available for use in both parks. Please use and enjoy these new West Lafayette Library services!