Friday, November 30, 2012

The Hungry Ocean

For our next lunchtime meeting on Thursday, Jan. 17th at noon in the WMCC Library, the book group will discuss Linda Greenlaw's The Hungry Ocean.

"...Greenlaw tells her own riveting story of a thirty-day swordfishing voyage aboard one of the best-outfitted boats on the East Coast, complete with danger, humor, and characters so colorful they seem to have been ripped from the pages of Moby Dick." 
             From the author's website

Copies of the book in print and on audio are available in the library.  Bring a lunch and join us on January 17th at noon in the library

Friday, November 16, 2012

Date change

Please note the discussion for The Perfect Husband has been changed to Thursday, November 29th.

Copies of the book are available in the library.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Highlighting: Culinary and Baking Programs

Holidays and the arrival of colder temperatures are the perfect time to start cooking and baking.  That's why Culinary Arts and Baking and Pastry Arts are the programs that the WMCC library is highlighting this November and December.

The New Hampshire Culinary Institute is the oldest culinary arts program in the state and offers degree programs in Culinary Arts and Baking and Pastry Arts and a certificate in Food Service Production.  Contact the College Admissions Office for more information.

The Fortier Library has a wide variety of books on baking, pastries, wines, napkin folding, and just about every kind of cooking you can imagine to help you prepare a stellar dinner.

Friday, November 9, 2012

A Marriage Not Quite Made in Heaven

 New Hampshire author, Lisa Gardner's first suspense novel,
The Perfect Husband has been called:

"A dark, powerful tale of nerve-shattering suspense.” – Tami Hoag

“An unforgettably evil villain and a throat-gripping climax make THE PERFECT HUSBAND a real page-turner!” – Tess Gerritsen
Join the lunchtime discussion group on Thursday, November 29th, around noon, in room 122 to discuss this page-turning thriller.  Bring your lunch!  Copies of the book and audio are available in the WMCC library.