The library has family passes for the Wild Center in Tupper Lake to get in for free. Call and reserve to get a pass. The library also has a 50 percernt discount pass for the Adirondack Museum for library members. The library has lots of new bestsellers for your summer enjoyment, “The Elephant Company” by Vicki Constantine Croke, “Big Little Lies” by Liane Moriarty, “Act of War” by Brad Thor, “Mr. Mercedes” by Stephen King. The library also has the local best seller, “Tahawus Memories” by Leonard Gereau.
The Town of Johnsburg Library’s summer reading programs are held every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. The program Aug. 21: The Tang Teaching Museum will do a program from 2 until 3 p.m. that includes the principles of balance and center of gravity. Participants will make a colorful sculpture out of craft sticks, covered wire, wax sticks and more. We will have fun figuring out how to make them free-standing and self-supporting through the application of these principles. This program is free and suitable for children entering first grade and up with a limit of 25. Call the library to register at 251-4343.
New fiction this month: The Orphan Train - Christina Baker Kline; Unlucky 13 - James Patterson; The Target - David Baldacci; I’ve Got you under my Skin - Mary Higgins Clark; Field of Prey - John Sandford.
New DVD’s - Catching Fire, Her, True Detectives, Weeds, the Final Season.
The library will also be hosting David Reyer, a recent graduate from The International School of Photography located in New York City. He has just returned from shooting in Costa Rica. He focused on the relationships he observed in Nosaro while working as a surf photographer in his uncles surf shop. His photos will be on exhibit in the library through June and July.