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Friends' upcoming programs at Del Webb Library - bring a neighbor, Friends membership is NOT required to attend.

 

On the 4th Tuesday of the month the Friends has a venue reserved starting at 4:30 pm and programs may be scheduled to begin at any time prior to 7pm.  Note: Programs must be scheduled through the Friends of the Del Webb Library  contactdwf.brd@gmail.com       (NOT THE DEL WEBB LIBRARY)

 

Everyone had a great time at: SCCL Writers Guild program at the library, Tuesday, April 30th at 5:00 pm.  

"Writers Guild Sun City Carolina Lakes exists to foster and grow the writing talents and desires of its membership. Our primary mission is to nurture and grow creativity creatively."

Members of the Writers Guild will be reading original memoirs.

Informative! Lancaster County Veterans Affairs Program, Tuesday, May 28th @ 6 pm. Beth Raffaldt, Deputy Director Veterans Affairs

Discussion will focus on the common interests in the Indian Land area: Pension with aid & attendance, home health, assisted living & nursing homes and benefits, but will be open for questions about anything.

 

Author Talk: Heidi Gray McGill will discuss her latest book, Tuesday, June 25th @ 5 pm  Healing of the Heart is a standalone novel and book 4 in her Discerning God's Best series of Christian Historical Romances.   Paperbacks are $14.99 on Amazon if you wish to purchase.

 

Master Gardner Danielle Barr on Curious Plant Names and Tidbits, Tuesday, August 27th @ 6:30 pm.

Danielle Barr is the President Elect and a Master Gardener with the York County Master Gardeners Association.  Currently retired, she formerly worked over forty years in Banking Information Systems.  Upon retirement she has fulfilled a long time desire to become a Master Gardener and currently assists with the annual symposium, children's gardens, plant sales and community service gardening projects.

 

DOUBLE TREAT WEEK:  TWO AUTHOR TALKS THIS WEEK

Amy Clipston  Tuesday, October 29th at 5 PM

Author Talk: DATE CHANGE Saturday, November 2 @ 10:00 AM. Mark Reinisch will discuss his latest book on The Wellness Ethic—How to Thrive in an Unpredictable World (Where Stupid Things Can Happen) is a self-help book that makes wellness accessible, actionable, and engaging. When you have a Wellness Ethic, you nurture your mind, body, and spirit to deliver a steady stream of happiness into your life. You cultivate loving relationships. You find joy in your personal passions. You pursue meaning and fulfillment in your work. You thrive. Mark is delighted to sign books. 

 

 

More programs are being scheduled!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We hope you enjoyed our past events:

  - 11/6/23 About the Book… Lost and Found 

 Valerie Fortier, a New England native, graduated from American International College (AIC) in Springfield, Massachusetts and studied Accounting at Northeastern University.  Her career included Office Manager of several companies and she was the Corporate Relocation Services Director at a large Atlanta real estate firm for eighteen years until her retirement.  Her interests are varied.  Valerie is an enthusiastic playwright and is the Director of a dramatic club that features table readings of original scripts.  Several of her plays have been performed.  In addition, she is an active member of the local Duplicate Bridge Club, the Performing Arts Club and the Writers Guild in her community.  Valerie makes her home in the metro Charlotte area with her husband Dennis.  They have two grown sons, Jeremy, and Andy.

 

 - Going Up: Third Floor, Karma: A nonfiction love story involving mysterious events by Lorraine Russell and Thomas Russell  

   - 6/10/23 Amy Clipston: her latest Amish and contemporary books, including why she is writing contemporaries: her inspiration, etc.

 

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