Please call us to ensure that the library is open in stormy weather - 942-5472
Afternoons or evenings…the choice is yours!
Afternoon Book Discussion
The Afternoon Book Discussion Group will meet at the Chesley Memorial Library on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 2:00 p.m. to discuss “Skipping Christmas” by John Grisham: “Ever get so fed up with the holidays that you’d like to skip the whole thing? Luther and Nora Krank are about to boycott Christmas- and it’s going to be a holiday they’ll never forget?”
Evening Book Discussion
The next evening book discussion will be held in Nottingham on January 22, title to be announced at a later date.
More At the Northwood Library
There's more than books at Chesley Memorial, Northwood's Public Library, we carry a wide range of magazines (Read them while at the library or take them home to enjoy at your leisure).
We've got Books on CD, DVDs and would be more than happy to procure any materials we currently don't have on-site.
Book Signing by Tracy L. Matteson
January 4, 2013 from 10:30 - 12:30
at Chesley Memorial Library.
"Funny You Should Ask"
A Diary of One Woman's Breast Cancer Journey
In 2011, at 42 years old, I was diagnosed with breast cancer and began the journey of treatment: Mastectomy, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and reconstruction. Even as a registered nurse, I had endless questions. I decided to journal my experience, including photographs along the way, to be able to share what I was going through.
“Funny You Should Ask” reveals intimate details and highlights the humor of the physical and emotional rollercoaster of finding balance, personal discoveries, and trying to feel “whole” through the ups and downs of breast cancer treatment. It is intended to give women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, and their friends and family, a sneak peek into some of the emotional aspects of the everyday challenges through the voice of one woman’s personal experiences. Most importantly, it is meant to highlight the blessings and humor that ARE unexpectedly sprinkled through a challenging time.