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October - December 2010     Volume: 14 Issue: 4
Trash to Fashion at the Cooper Library
The Lake County Library System will host the Trash to Fashion Contest, teen fashion extravaganza at Rock the Runway, on Saturday, October 23rd beginning at 11 a.m. in the Cooper Memorial Library.
2011 Festival of Reading: Murder, Mystery and Mayhem
April 2nd through 9th the Lake County Library System will present the Festival of Reading 2011. In response to requests from our many readers, this year’s theme will be Murder, Mystery and Mayhem, including the best of mystery and crime fiction!
Ghosts of the Ancient City at the Library
In four centuries, America's oldest city has accumulated skeletons that should probably stay buried. Award winning author Mary Anna Evans @ Leesburg Public Library on Wednesday, October 20th at 6:30 p.m.
“How to Stay Dreamy When You’re Dead” by Gina Covello
First off, if you’re a zombie, I can’t help you. I don’t think there’s any skin care regimen in the world that will ll keep your skin from sloughing off when you’re many days dead.
“Mystery and Mayhem” Bookmark Design Contest
The Lake County Library System is proud to announce the 12th annual Bookmark Design Contest for Lake County K-12 students and adults. This year’s theme is “Mystery and Mayhem” to compliment the theme of our Festival of Reading.
Genealogy After Hours
This is a wonderful opportunity to come to the Leesburg Public Library on a Saturday evening to research your family tree!
Holiday Superstitions
A few tidbits of holiday lore.
Lisa Black Wows the Audience with Tales of Murder
On September 27th at the W.T. Bland Public Library, best-selling author Lisa Black kept the audience engaged with stories of the “Torso Killer” murders.
Library Snapshot Day
The Florida Library Association and the State Library and Archives of Florida are organizing Greetings from Florida – Florida Library Snapshot Day on January 25, 2011
New Volunteer Tutors Graduate!
22 individuals were trained at the Mount Dora Library on September 25th to become volunteer tutors.
Literacy Contacts...they make it happen
They are at every County Library working hard to help adult learners and volunteer tutors achieve literacy goals.
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"National Novel Writing Month is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to novel writing. Read More
Umatilla News
Join library staff for special holiday events!
Astor County Library News
Events and programs at the Astor County Library.
Fall into Some Great Activities at Minneola Library!
Our new patio is ready for use. Bring your laptop and enjoy the wi-fi.
Groveland Celebrates Staff Longevity
The Marion Baysinger Memorial Library is proud to announce that two staff members recently received their 10-year certificates as employees of the Lake County Library System.
East Lake Happenings
Enjoy the Holidays with East Lake Library's Programs
Library Bookmarks from the W. T. Bland Public Library
The W. T. Bland Public Library in Mount Dora offers a variety of programs and activities for all age groups.
Paisley Events
Happenings at the Paisley Library.
Lake Concert Band at the Tavares Civic Center
The City of Tavares Public Library is pleased to have the Lake Concert Band performing at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 28.
 Kids Corner
Do you know a kindergarten, first grade or second grade student who is learning to read? Your local library has special books written just for them.

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