March news updates and Lecture

Mahala Bishop's "Book Talk" was well attended with about 24 interested Library patrons, Polly(Mahala Bishop) and her companion and friend Pascal(a friendly and well behaved yellow lab), she answered questions about Bipolar Disorder and gave us her personal insight to this disorder.It was filmed and recorded by Leslie MacVane and crew from across the street for Channel 5 public broadcasting.Leslie said that it would air on April 5 at 7:00 and will also air many other time but not sure of the schedule as of now.The picture is of Lesley's interview with Polly.Monday March 22,2010 is the MCMA lecture "Natural Wonders of the Northeast Coast" at 7:30 in the McAuley high school auditorium,a description of the lecture below.Hope to see you there,the last lecture about Iran today was very interesting and one not to have missed, but the video should be in the Mechanics' Library. I am posting some pictures of the book talk on our web site.

When you think of the Northeast Coast, you usually think of big cities and crowded beaches, but there are many ‘Natural Wonders” to explore. John returns to take us on a 1500 mile adventure, beginning in busy Virginia Beach and ending at the Maine/Canadian border. Along the way we observe many animals, birds, and endangered species. We also will be experiencing Kayaking, sailing, aerial tours, lobstering,crabbing and over 30 lighthouses. This will be a true adventure for all ! We also have a chance to welcome to Maine Jodie Ginter,co-producer of John Holod Productions

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