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October in the library

Posted by Laura Haskins - Library Director on October 7, 2010

Tracie’s put together another great display in the library this month, celebrating the dark, spooky days of October and all of the things that go bump its ever-longer nights. Stop by and pick up some seasonal reading and movies!

Still can’t get enough of this goosebump-filled season?

At ParentsConnect, you’ll find a whole month of “nonintimidating” projects for parents and kids.

Got a hankering to read some more scary stuff? Weird Tales can fix you up from their story archives. Or if you’d rather listen, Hauntcast offers “Radio for Home Haunters & Halloween Fanatics.”

Michael Swanwick has posted a Halloween story, “October Leaves,” on Flickr – written one word at a time on autumn leaves and photographed where they lay in parks and cemeteries and city streets.

Share the fun: Google’s Picnik photo service promises that “this Halloween, you can dress up your photos without even putting on a costume.”

For spooky sound effects, try Gravecast, “our way to try to help make your Halloween just a little darker.”

Vampire fans? Mmm, we got yer Vampire Scout Merit Badges right here.

And for you local needlecrafters, you’ve still got time to turn out a nice supply of knitted eyeballs or crocheted bats before the holiday.


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