Brown Bag Book Club
You bring your lunch, we'll provide the dessert and beverages! The Brown Bag Book Club meets at 12:30 PM on the third Tuesday of each month in the library Meeting Room. Read the featured book and enjoy a lively discussion.
Me Before You
by Jojo Moyes
All the Single Ladies
by Dorothea Benton Frank
William Morrow, 2015
Present DaySouth Carolina Low Country
by Kristin Hannah
St. Martinís Press, 2015
And the Dark Sacred Night
by Julia Glass
Pantheon Books, 2014
1950s - Present DayNew Jersey & New England
The Hundred-Foot Journey
by Richard Morais
20th CenturyIndia, England, France
A Spool of Blue Thread
by Anne Tyler
Alfred A. Knopf, 2015
1930s - Present DayBaltimore, Maryland
A Man Called Ove
by Fredrik Backman
Washington Square Press, 2015
by Aline Ohanesian
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2015
1915 & 1990sTurkey & Los Angeles, California
The Little Paris Bookshop
by Nina George
Crown Publishers, 2015
Everything I Never Told You
by Celeste Ng
Penguin Press, 2014
The Japanese Lover
by Isabel Allende
Atria Books, 2015
1939-PresentPoland & San Francisco
by Laura Harrington
Present DayUnited States
Book Club in a Bag
Book Club in a Bag is brought to you by the Olean Public Library to encourage recreational reading and the development of book clubs in the community.
Each bag contains:
- 4 or 5 copies of a title
- One set of discussion questions
- A book sign-out sheet
- Some Extra Surprises!
Book Club in a Bag may be delivered to you at any Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System library. Request a bag by contacting Marianne at Olean Public Library, (p) 716 372 0200.
The contents of each bag will be checked out to the Discussion Leader who is responsible for signing out copies to their members.
A bag of books/materials may be checked out for 6 weeks and renewed.
If you require more copies of a title, please ask. Many more copies of these titles are available through our system libraries in a variety of formats.
Olean Area Crochet, Knitting and Crafting Group
The Olean Area Crochet & Knitting Group meets at 6:30 PM on the first Thursday of each month in the library. NO MEETINGS JULY AND AUGUST 2016
Decaf coffee will be provided. Please consider bringing a dessert to share. We will have our regular social meeting and work on our current projects. Visit yarn14760.wordpress.com for more information.
Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body: Tips from the Latest Research
Friday, September 16, 2016 @ 12:30-1:30 PM
The Healthy Habits for a Healthier You program of the Alzheimer's Association is designed to provide current research and practical information on ways to age well.
It is organized to provide information about current research (what we know) and practical strategies (what we can do) in the following four areas:
- Cognitive activity
- Physical health and exercise
- Diet and nutrition
- Social engagement
Fall Prevention Awareness
Monday, September 19, 2016 @ 11-11:45 AM
Join OGH Sandy Macfarlane, PT, DPT, System Director of Rehab and Occupational Health Services for an educational seminar on fall prevention.
Falls are not a normal part of aging and they are preventable. Come and learn how to prevent falls and stay safe.
New York Spirits
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 @ 7 PM
Featuring the history of ghosts in New York including The Amityville Horror House, the spiritualist Fox Sisters, Fort William Henry Museum, The Red Coach Inn, and more.
It's part history, part spook show, and is spine-tingling fun!
Not recommended for children under the age of 12 due to subject matter.
Free Blood Pressure and Body Fat Analysis Screenings
Tuesday, September 27 @ 12:15-1:45 PM
An employee of Olean General Hospital will be here to offer free blood pressure and body fat analysis screenings from noon to 1pm. Get your blood pressure checked for free before you come relax at Coloring and Coffee!
Coloring and Coffee
Tuesday, September 27 @ 12:30-1:30 PM
Be a part of the adult coloring craze sweeping the nation. Bring your own book and crayons or colored pencils or use the pages and crayons we provide. Coffee and tea will be provided.
Proven benefits of coloring are
- Fine motor skills
Come, relax, and socialize.