There will be a presentation on the basics of ghost hunting at the Clinton Public Library this evening (Friday, October 12). It’s one of several events at the library this month that have also included or will include cooking, Harry Potter, and chess.
“Looking to find a ghostly spirit this Halloween?” a press release said. “Join us on Friday, October 12, from 5-6:45 p.m. for the ‘Basics of Ghost Hunting.’ The founders of the East Valley Paranormal Society will give a presentation on the basics of ghost hunting, evidence of the paranormal activity they have discovered, and conclude with a a question-and-answer session.”
The library had its first-ever Cookbook Club on Monday, October 8.
The next Fandom Friday at the library later this month will feature Harry Potter.
“Join us October 26 from 5-6:30 p.m. for a Halloween Social with Harry Potter-themed snacks, crafts, and activities,” the press release said. “Don’t forget to wear your best Harry Potter-themed costume!”
Then, on October 29, the Chess Club will have an open house at the library. It’s scheduled from 5-6:45 p.m. that Monday.
“There will be a ‘Basics of Chess Presentation’ followed by a question-and-answer session,” the press release said. “A chess exhibition will conclude the event. Come to learn and observe or join in on the fun during this special Chess Club event!”
You can stay up to date on library events by visiting the website at www.clintonpubliclibrary.org or visiting the library’s social media pages. The library also publishes a monthly electronic newsletter featuring all of its upcoming events. You can sign up for the newsletter on the website.
“Don’t have a library card?” the press release said. “Stop by the library and sign up for your free library card today! You will have access to our in-house collection along with TN READs, a digital collection with thousands of ebooks and audiobooks through the Overdrive and Libby apps. Happy reading!”
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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