We will be accepting book donations March 1st-15th! Large donations should be dropped off at the Dillsboro Branch.

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March Selection

Between the Lines Book Club

Read a variety of books with moderator Ron Nicholson!

BTL is a relaxed and friendly gathering of people who enjoy sharing comments, ideas and questions about a common book they have read. The group moderator engages the members in discussion while sharing background information about the author, story, time period and locale.

BTL has three meeting times available each month so there’s always a time that fits in your schedule!

Mariah Fredericks's The Lindbergh Nanny is powerful, propulsive novel about America’s most notorious kidnapping through the eyes of the woman who found herself at the heart of this deadly crime.

2024 BTL Selections

JanuaryDemon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver

FebruaryThe Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis

MarchThe Lindbergh Nanny by Mariah Fredericks

AprilThe Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell

MayLessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

JuneTBD

JulyTBD

AugustTBD

SeptemberTBD

OctoberTBD

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March Selection

Not Your Mother's Book Club

A book club with edgier readers in mind.

Want some excitement in your book club? Check out “Not Your Mother’s Book Club” from the Aurora Public Library District, where you’ll get to read today’s hottest books from Booktok and beyond and discuss them with readers just like you!  Readers choose the books in this book club!

Taking readers deep into a labyrinth of dark neurosis, We Have Always Lived in the Castle is a deliciously unsettling novel about a perverse, isolated, and possibly murderous family and the struggle that ensues when a cousin arrives at their estate. This edition features a new introduction by Jonathan Lethem.

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March's Craft

Crafty Creations: Adult Crafts

Get crafty at the library!

APLD has monthly crafting opportunities for adults–all free of charge to participants. Some of these crafts are led by library staff or volunteers, but sometimes the library brings in outside experts to lead the instruction. Most activities try to be complete in one sitting, but this is not always possible.  Find out more about this month’s craft in the newsletter. 

Registration is required for all our adult craft programs. Please call 812-926-0646 to register for our next craft!

Computers 101 meets in March 2024
Next Meeting: March 20th

Computers 101 for Seniors

Do computers have you stumped?

Computers 101 for Seniors provides 1 on 1 assistance for seniors with a variety of technology.  Participants can sign up for personal assistance with computer websites, smart phone applications, or eBooks and digital audiobooks. Computers 101 is a free service. Call 812-926-0646 to reserve your spot!