Are you up for a mysterious date this winter? The Champlain Library has just the thing for you! Come into the library between January 28 to February 16 and pick out a wrapped book from the “Blind Date” display. You won’t know the author or title of the book – you’ll have to choose it by the brief description printed on the covers.
Will it be funny, informative, romantic, a mystery or true crime? You may not fall madly in love; but then again… you may end up having a great read with something you wouldn’t have chosen for yourself.
So, stop by the Champlain Library between January 28 and February 16 and take a chance on meeting a great new friend– you may be pleasantly surprised! For more information about the library visit www.bc-cl.ca.
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