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Thursday, April 18, 2024

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9:00am to 8:45pm
Tunes, Talking Books, and Treasures: Used Book, Audiobook, and CD Sale

Tunes, Talking Books, and Treasures: Used Book, Audiobook, and CD Sale

Thursday, Apr 18, 2024, 9:00am to 8:45pm

Featuring CDs, audiobooks, and higher priced books which include award winners, signed by authors, rare, first editions, and Golden Books. All proceeds support library programming.

CDs are $1.00 each and 12 for $10.00. 50% off audiobooks. (Cash and check only)

Visit the MPL Friends Bookstore during the sale!

1:00pm to 3:00pm
Spanish Literature Discussion Group (simultaneously in-person and ONLINE)

Spanish Literature Discussion Group (simultaneously in-person and ONLINE)

Study Rooms 104 and 105 Combined
Thursday, Apr 18, 2024, 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Presentado por University League en asociación​ con la Biblioteca Sequoya. Todos son bienvenidos--no hay necesidad de ser miembro de la University League. Los libros y las discusiones son completamente en español. Se puede prestar un libro (Más Allá por Julia Alvarez) en el escritorio marcado con "Ask Here" (Biblioteca Sequoya, 4340 Tokay Blvd.) 

Este evento tambien se realizará virtualmente a través de Zoom. Más información sobre este programa se le enviará por correo electrónico cuando se registre. Zoom es una plataforma de video gratuita, y puede mirar en un navegador, a través de la aplicación móvil gratuita para ios o android, o llamar para participar solo por voz. Para participar virtualmente a través de Zoom, por favor regístrese abajo. No es necesario registrarse para participar en persona. 

Presented by the University League in partnership with the Sequoya Library. Everyone is welcome, one does not have to be a member of University League. Books and discussion are completely in Spanish. Please ask about obtaining a book at the Sequoya Library "Ask Here" desk.

This event will also be hosted virtually through Zoom; more information will be emailed to you upon registration. Zoom is a free video platform, and you can watch on a browser, through the free mobile app for ios or android, or call in to participate by voice only. If you would like to join by Zoom, please register below. Registration is not necessary for in-person attendance.


Study Rooms 104 and 105 Combined
2:00pm to 3:00pm
Third Thursday Book Discussion: The Vaster Wilds

Third Thursday Book Discussion: The Vaster Wilds

Meeting Rooms A and B Combined
Thursday, Apr 18, 2024, 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Join us for a discussion of this month's book, The Vaster Wilds, by Lauren Groff. New members always welcome! Copies may be available at the Ask Desk.

Synopsis: Escaping from a colonial settlement in the wilderness, a servant girl, with nothing but her wits, a few possessions and some faith, is tested beyond the limits of her imagination, forcing her to question her belief of everything her own civilization taught her.

Meeting Rooms A and B Combined
5:30pm to 7:00pm
Mystery Book Group Discussion of "Dream Girl" by Laura Lippman

Mystery Book Group Discussion of "Dream Girl" by Laura Lippman

Community Room - Fireplace Side
Thursday, Apr 18, 2024, 5:30pm to 7:00pm

Join us for a mystery book group discussion of "Dream Girl" by Laura Lippman. Books are available at the library. New members always welcome!

"Aubrey, the title character of Gerry Andersen’s most successful novel, Dream Girl, is so captivating that Gerry’s readers insist she’s real. Gerry knows she exists only in his imagination. So how can Aubrey be calling Gerry, bed-bound since a freak fall? A virtual prisoner in his penthouse, Gerry is dependent on two women he barely knows: his incurious young assistant, and a dull, slow-witted night nurse.

Could the cryptic caller be one of his three ex-wives playing a vindictive trick after all these years? Or is she Margot, an ex-girlfriend who keeps trying to insinuate her way back into Gerry’s life?

And why does no one believe that the call even happened?

Isolated from the world, drowsy from medication, Gerry slips between reality and dreamlike memories: his faithless father, his devoted mother; the women who loved him, the women he loved.

Now here is Aubrey, threatening to visit him, suggesting that Gerry owes her something. Is the threat real or a sign of dementia? Which scenario would he prefer? Gerry has never been so alone, so confused – and so terrified.

And then he wakes up to another nightmare—a woman’s dead body next to his bed—and the terrifying uncertainty of whether he is responsible." --

Community Room - Fireplace Side