Will begin again in September !
FRIENDS OF COAST COMMUNITY LIBRARY
225 Main Street  PO Box 808
Point Arena, CA 95468
(707) 882-3114
coastcommunitylibrary@yahoo.com
Ongoing and Special Events at Coast Community Library

Monday - 4:30 - 6:00 PM - Ukulele Group
Tuesday
- 9:30 AM   Tai Chi  
Tuesday
- 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM; 6 - 9 PM Beginning Quilting 2:00 - 5:00 PM Quilting Lab
Wednesday -
11 - 11:30 AM   Story Time & Crafts with Marilyn & Friends for toddlers and
pre-schoolers
Wednesday  - fourth Wednesdays of the month - 4 PM   Library Book Club
Wednesday afternoons - ongoing drop-in computer clinic - one-on-one help
Saturday -
second Saturdays of the month- South Coast Stamp Club 12:30 - 3 pm

The classes do not meet on days the library is closed unless otherwise
announced by the facilitator.

The sale kiosk at the library is full of books available for sale whenever the library is open.
Check it out for great deals. Look for rare and out of print books on the cart near the front
door and on shelves next to the public access computers.

Book Sales!
Check above on this page for current dates and times.
StoryTime and
Crafts
with Marilyn &
Donna
Wednesdays at 11 -
11:30 a.m.

June 19 Splish Splash
June 26 It's a Dog's World
July 3 Under the Sea
July 10 Picnic Time
July 17 Snip-Snap
July 24 Jungle Friends
July 31 Let's Dance
August 7 Colors, Counting
and ABC's
Book Club
Fourth Wednesdays
at 4 PM


June 26 -
Exit West
by Mohain Hamid

Computer Help@the
Library
Monday - Friday drop-in
or by appointment. Help
with basic computing,
email, downloading
audiobooks and movies.
Free. For more
information 882-3114
Lifelong Learning College level DVD courses from
The Great Courses Series are viewed on the Library's
70 inch   video screen. All classes are free.

ANNUAL MEMBER MEETING
Monday, June 17, 2019  6 to 7:30 p.m.

Annual report to members and election of

2019-2020 Board of Directors and Officers.

The Year in Review: Librarian Julia Larke.

Guest Speaker: Carolyn Cooke, award winning author

and director of the Interdisciplinary Master of Fine Arts Programs at
California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.

  Carolyn Cooke is a graduate of Smith College and holds a Master of Fine Arts
f
rom Columbia University.  Her stories have appeared in numerous publications
including AGNI, New England Review, The Paris Review
and Ploughshares.

  Her published writing includes Armor and Psycho: Stories (2014), Daughters of
the Revolution (2011) which was a finalist for the Flaherty
Dunnan First Novel
Prize, named one of the top ten books of the year by the
San Francisco Chronicle
and among the Reviewers’ Favorite books of 2011 by
The New Yorker
magazine.  Her first collection of short stories, The
Bostons (2001) won the
PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize (2002) for a first book
and was cited as a New
York Times Notable Book of the Year.  Cooke lives in
Point Arena.