If your New Year’s resolution is to read more books or to return the ones you check out on time, pay close attention to our holiday schedule: We will be closed Dec. 31, 2014 and January 1, 2015. Happy New Year!
Archive for December, 2014
Actor Jude Law was born on December 29, 1972. Your Marion Library owns several of his movies on DVD including:
“Sherlock Holmes”, “Alfie” and “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow.”
Today Show anchor Savannah Guthrie was born on December 27, 1971. She says her favorite book is Jane Eyre and she tries to read it once a year. Read or watch Jane Eyre with books or DVDs from your Marion Library.
Actress Emilie DeRavin may be best known for her work on shows like “Lost” and “Once Upon a Time.” You may find DVDs of both series at your local Marion Library.
You made it! You were on the “Nice List” this Christmas. That’s great. Now, remember to bring your library books and movies back on time and pay any late fees! We’d hate to see you end up on the “Naughty List” for 2015! The Angry Librarian sees you when you’re reading and she knows if you’ve been late with your items! Don’t make us send her to YOUR house!
The staff members of your local libraries wish you a Merry Christmas! You still have time to slip in and pick up some reading materials and movies before we close for the holiday. We will be closed December 24, 25, and 26.
Stop by and pick up some new DVDs for the Christmas holiday!
Classic Drama collection
Law & Order: Trial By Jury
Three Movie Feature: Money for Nothing, Disorganized Crime and Another Stakeout
When the Game Stands Tall
This Is Where I Leave You
Dolphin Tale 2
The Maze Runner
Hatfields & McCoys
The Lincoln Lawyer
Thelma & Louise
The Mathew Shephard Story
20 Fee From Stardom
Buffy the Vampire Slayer the movie
Guardians of the Galaxy
From A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens:
“At length the hour of shutting up the counting-house arrived. With an ill-will Scrooge dismounted from his stool, and tacitly admitted the fact to the expectant clerk in the Tank, who instantly snuffed his candle out, and put on his hat.
“You’ll want all day tomorrow, I suppose?” said Scrooge.
“If quite convenient, Sir.”
“It’s not convenient,” said Scrooge, “and it’s not fair. If I was to stop half-a-crown for it, you’d think yourself ill-used, I ‘ll be bound?”
The clerk smiled faintly.
“And yet,” said Scrooge, “you don’t think me ill-used, when I pay a day’s wages for no work.”
The clerk observed that it was only once a year.
“A poor excuse for picking a man’s pocket every twenty-fifth of December!” said Scrooge, buttoning his great-coat to the chin. “But I suppose you must have the whole day. Be here all the earlier next morning!”
Your local library will be closed December 24, December, 25, and December 26 for Christmas.
We will also close December 31 and January 1 for the New Year holiday.