Board Members

Mott Public Library Board Members

Melissa Brown, President

Michelle Quamme, City Council Delegate

Betsy Weigand, Board Member

Ann Blickesderfer, Board Member

Charles Crane, Board Member

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Board Members

I thought I had posted this somewhere on this website, but here it is again.

Mott Public Library Board Members

Melissa Brown, President

Penny Auch, Secretary

Melissa Reidlinger, City Council Delegate

Betsy Weigand, Board Member

Ann Blickesderfer, Board Member

 

The things we do to read…

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I hid in the bathroom. Quietly snuck in when no one was looking. I was on the edge of the tub, my feet perched on the opposite side, just sitting, with the book on my knees, reading quietly. The dishes did not call to me, neither the laundry, nor the men who often feel hungry for a treat or meal. The pages, I turned them ever so gently. No breeze generated by their movement. No crinkle of paper to alert even the dog. This is how I managed to read the last chapters of, The Heart Shaped Box, by Joe Hill.

The intense thrill of this story, as it reached the final scenes, was delicious. It was the rollercoaster climbing that high peak just before dropping me through the air at high speed, twisting, turning and looping the loop. The quiet stillness of the airy, clean bathroom, warmest room in the house, was the perfect cocoon to lose myself in the story. The characters were me, with me, enveloping me in their terror.

This is not the book you read in the dark, home alone, in the middle of nowhere. This book must be read in the safety of your bathroom, with your family near enough to bring you back to the reality of your own life.

Heart Shaped Box, by Joe Hill comes highly recommended. You will be pulled into the story and drug around with the characters straight through to the very last page. Your breathing will stop and start as you turn the pages and finally, breathe normally as the story releases you from it’s grip.

 

 

103 years of Inez Hendrickson/Mott Public Library

I have to tell you it is pretty fun to care for this lively 103 year old. Check out the Party Plans to celebrate this milestone.

Friends of Mott Public Library, this party is ON!

Fun for families. Fun for Grown Ups only. Fun to spare.

Saturday, April 2, 2016 Meet up with us for Family fun from 2-4 for
Carnival Games, Big Prizes, Popcorn, Tacos in a
bag, and more. Delight in a music filled story timeElizaBlue collage
with Eliza Blue from 4-5. Each Child will leave with
a smile and a Goody Bag.

Grown Up Only fun will begin at the Pheasant Cafe. Mosaic Class from 5-7 p.m. You will leave with a completed project. Choose from one of the forms pictured below at Pre registration.

 

7 p.m. Cap off the Evening at the Pheasant Cafe with Rick Watson and Kevin Carvell who will baffle us with bountiful banter. There will be story, song and rhyme. You don’t want to miss this.

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Pre registration forms will be on the website and blog mottndlibrary.com

APR   2      103rd Birthday Celebration
Sat 2 PM · Mott Library · Mott, ND, United States

103rd Birthday Party Celebration

Preregistration Form

Bring this completed form to the Mott Public Library with payment to reserve your spot. Continue reading “103 years of Inez Hendrickson/Mott Public Library”