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March 2024 Newest Selections

Adult Non-Fiction:

Hlylton, Antona: Madness

Ackerman, Jennifer: What an Owl Knows

Gefter, Philip: Cocktails with George and Martha

Simmons, Ruth J: Up Home

Rogers, Katie: American Woman

Davenport, Matthew: The Longest Minute

Herold, Benjamin: Disillusioned

Hoobler, Dorothy & Thomas: Are You Prepared for the Storm of Love Making?

Adult Fiction:

Kay, Terry: To Dance with the White Dog

Murray, Paul: The Bee Sting

Elston, Ashley: First Lie Wins

Gerritsen, Tess: The Spy Coast

Ford, Olivia: Mrs Quinn’s Rise to Fame

Damero, DeLana: Redwood Court

Quindlen, Anna:  After Annie


Cadow, Kenneth: Gather


Pilkey, Dav: Cat Kid Comic Club Perspectives

Adult DVD:  Killing Eve, Season 4

Silent Auction Items Needed!

Are you cleaning out your collectibles, artwork, antiques and vintage items?  Our Annual Silent Auction is coming up Saturday, July 6, 2024.

We would appreciate your better quality donations toward our most important fundraiser of the year.

Please call 607-326-7901 if you need more information or have questions.

Thank you so much!

Chair Yoga - Revised Schedule

Our Chair Yoga class led by Twisted Sister Yoga has quickly become so popular that we are now offering it each and every Thursday from 3:30 to 4:15. Come in and see what the excitement is about!  You’ll enjoy the stretching, relaxation, and the company.  This program is for ALL ages and genders - just bring yourself in comfortable clothing and a (suggested) donation of $10.

We look forward to seeing you here at the Roxbury Library!

Our Newest Titles - Available Now

Thanks to the generosity of our friends and family members and to a fundraiser on Facebook hosted by our very own Velga, we have been able to begin beefing up our collection.  Our good friend, Lori, is also a faithful donor of new books.   Below is a list of titles that are now available to our patrons.

Adult Fiction:

Guterson, David: Ed King

Guterson, David: The Final Case

Patterson, James:  Holmes, Marple & Poe

Van Pelt, Shelby:  Remarkably Bright Creatures

Oliveira, Robin: A Wild and Heavenly Place

Fredericks, Mariah: The Lindbergh Nanny

Doerr, Anthony:  About Grace

Michaelides, Alex: The Fury

Miller, CL:  The Antique Hunter’s Guide to Murder

Kelly, Julia:  The Lost English Girl

Hoag, Tami: The Boy

Hannah, Kristin: The Women

Robinson, Roxana: Leaving

Roberts, Tara Karr: Wild and Distant Seas

Graff, Andrew J.: True North

Baker, Ellen: The Hidden Life of Cecily Larson

Irving, John: The Last Chairlift

Smiley, Jane:   A Dangerous Business

Genova, Lisa: Every Note Played

Makkai, Rebeca:  I Have Some Questions for You

Ward, Jesmyn:  Let Us Descend

Benton Frank, Victoria:  My Magnolia Summer

Walsh, Colin:  Kala

McMahon, Jennifer:  My Darling Girl

Mitchell Moore, Meg:  Summer Stage

Andrews, Mary Kay:  Bright Lights, Big Christmas

Shearer, Eleanor:  River Sing Me Home

Harvey, Kristy Woodson:  Christmas In Peachtree Bluff

Endo, Shusaku:  Deep River

Dark, Alice Elliott:  Fellowship Point

Harvey, Kristy Woodson:  Slightly South of Simple

Harvey, Kristy Woodson:  The Secret to Southern Charm

Harvey, Kristy Woodson:  The Southern Side of Paradise

Goodman, Allegra:  Sam, A Novel

Juvenile Fiction:

Pilkey, Dav: CatKid Comic Club Collaborations

Aguirre, Andelfinger:  Sweet Valley Twins:  Choosing Sides (Graphic Novel)

Adult Non-Fiction:

Maclean, Harry: Starkweather

Blankfield, Keren:  Lovers in Auschwitz

Reed, Shannon: Why We Read

Russell, Gareth:  The Palace: From the Tudors to the Windsors, 500 Years of British History at Hampton Court

Events at the Library Week of February 19

Get out your calendars and a pen: we have a busy week coming up at the Library!
Monday, February 19:      Closed for President’s Day
Wednesday, February 21: Breast Cancer Survivor’s Support Group, 5:00pm
Thursday, February 22:    Toddler Time! 11:00am - bring ‘em on in!
Chair Yoga: 3:30-4:15pm - open to all ages and abilities
Saturday, February 24: Soup & Sip Event 5:00-7:00pm (Town-wide event)

ALL ARE WELCOME TO LIBRARY EVENTS! Call 607-326-7901 for more information

Our First Chair Yoga Class

The debut on February 8 of our Chair Yoga class with the wonderful Candace from Twisted Sister Yoga brought out 20+ folks - some were experienced at yoga while the rest of us tried it for the first time. You’re welcome to join us again on February 22 and each month thereafter on the second and fourth Thursdays, 3:30 to 4:15. Suggested donation is $10 per class - worth every cent.
Think using a chair is for sissies? No way…
Call 607-326-7901 for more information.

2024 Quilt: Joanne’s Log Cabins

The 2024 Quilt has arrived! The Roxbury Quilters have completed this lovely quilt, originally pieced by Joanne Capalbo-Flachs called “Joanne’s Log Cabins”. The quilt will fit a queen size bed and features soft pastel colors. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 tickets for $5.00.
Drawing will be Saturday, December 7, so you have plenty of time to get your tickets! Thank you for your continued support.

Exercise Your Right - Register to Vote

Registering to vote has never been easier.  Please click on this link and register to make your voice heard.

Register to Vote (ny.gov)

Roxbury Times Now Available Online!

The Roxbury Times is available online at the website below.  Here’s your opportunity to learn the history of our town during the years 1895 - 1951.  After entering the website, click on Delaware County, and there will be a listing of available newspapers.  Enjoy!

The NYS Historic Newspapers

RLA 2024 Budget Approved

The Board of Trustees have approved a 2024 budget for the Roxbury Library.