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This Winter, Check Out the Library

January 08, 2018

Looking for some fun and interesting activities to brighten up the dark and dreary days of winter? Check out the Ketchikan Public Library for three stimulating and challenging ways to keep your mind active. First, if you’ve always thought you had a book in you, register for Fellowship of the Pen: Creating a Writer’s Toolkit. Beginning January 18, this writing program for teens and adults will show you how to get from wannabe to published author. For details, call Michelle at (907) 225-3331.

Next, whether you’re a chess master, or just want to learn, drop in on January 20 to join the Chess Club. Finally, explore the topics of race and equality with the Social Justice Reading Group. Beginning January 22, the group will meet weekly to discuss a short reading. The first book in the series is the 2016 National Book Award winner “Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America” by Ibram X. Kendi. For details about this and the Chess Club, call Lisa at (907) 228-2304.

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