April Events in the Mechanics' Hall

First Tuesday Book Club,April 1st
Any Title by Jane Austen  (our classic selection) @ Noon
Thursday, April 3rd member Lesley MacVane will have a private opening for her art exhibit “2X2X4” on the second floor in the old class room next to the library, 2 Families- 2 Generations-4 Artists. 
Members and friends are invited, exhibit opens at 5:30 pm
Friday,April 4th
First Friday Artwalk and April artist in the library, Tess Morford, exhibiting Ceramics and Pottery.
5:00-8:00 pm Friday and during library hours
 Wed.,April 16, 2014 will be our Annual Members Meeting in our beautiful Ballroom, starting at 5:00PM.

There will be a full program and refreshments, more details to follow!       
Please plan to attend.

MCMA TRAVEL LECTURE                                             
   Monday, April 21st, 2014
       The Heart of San Francisco
Filmed & Presented by-Sandy Mortimer

    The multi-award-winning producer and travel lecturer Sandy Mortimer once again performs her cinematic magic as she guides viewers through one of America's most picturesque cities, San Francisco. Not only does she capture the city's iconic images, from the Golden Gate Bridge, Cable Cars, Golden Gate Park, Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown, Coit Tower, Nob Hill, to Alcatraz, but what elevates this program to more than a guided tour is her ability to capture the heart of San Francisco, its people and neighborhoods, its geography of steep hills offering unforgettable vistas of the Bay, its skyline of unique architecture, and a history of moving forward for over 100 years since the devastating 1906 earthquake. Produced by Sandy Mortimer. 2012 JSCA 80 min.

     631 Stevens Avenue
           opposite Evergreen Cemetery
     Parking Lot off Walton St.
         7:30-Doors open @6:45
  Wheelchair accessible
 Free to members and open to the public, a  $5.00 ($4.00 for Seniors/Students)donation suggested for non-members or guests.Dvd’s of the travel lecture are also usually available  to buy from the presenter.

FMI, CALL THE LIBRARY AT 773-8396 OR e-mail