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November News from the Blanco Library
Wednesday, November 6, 2013 • Posted November 7, 2013

We are giving away our 2013 calendars and our 2014 calendars go on sale November 8th for $5 each! Sample pictures of submissions are located in the back of the calendar so pick up a copy to see if your picture is in there. Our photo contest winner, Mary Beth Bueno, is pictured here with her NOOK.

Be sure to stop by our large conference room and see the Tejas Art Club’s works on display now through November 30th. Some of these beautiful artistic pieces are for sale; some are not. Check out the amazing iron work by Paul Montague - a Viking ship, dancer, owl, and more!

On November 21st at 4pm, we invite kids to join us for Thanksgiving fun and games! We have a turkey piñata that will be stuffed with candy!

Special Announcements: The Blanco Library will be closed November 28th and 29th for Thanksgiving; no items will be due on these days. Our grant for the Computer Classes has been extended through the end of December. This month, classes focus on digital photo editing, Windows 8, and basic computer skills. See you Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:30am – 5:30pm!

It’s that time of year again to renew your membership with the Friends of the Blanco Library. Remember, all membership funds go towards purchasing new materials for the library. Love our bestsellers? Help keep them coming by being a Friend. Love to socialize? Friends’ members get exclusive invites to events and classes!

As always, remember to check our website at or call us at 830-833-4280 for more information.

Recently Added Bestsellers: Bloodfire Quest by Terry Brooks, Five Days at Memorial by Sheri Fink, Midst Toil and Tribulation by David Weber, Night Moves by Randy Wayne White, and Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat by Edward Kelsey Moore.

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