May is Mystery Month at Eckhart Public Library

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In May we celebrate all things mystery at Eckhart Public Library. All month long, if you read or listen to a mystery, thriller, or true crime book (including e-books and e-audio) checked out from Eckhart Public Library, you can enter a drawing to win an EPL Mystery Prize pack. Stop by our mystery display or ask for a recommendation from a staff member.

But wait! There’s more!

Every Wednesday, our Facebook fans will have an opportunity to come up with an original cozy mystery title for a given theme like cat mysteries, food mysteries, or knitting mysteries, for example. Comment on the Mystery Title post with your submission. The comment with the most likes will be entered into a drawing for tea and cat treats.

Don’t forget our Mystery Month activities!

Sisters in Crime Indiana Mystery Author Panel 5-7-16  at 1-3 PM

Close Community Room

Join members of the Speed City chapter of Sisters in Crime for a discussion their writing process and their stories of murder, mystery, and mayhem found in the recently released anthology, Decades of Dirt: Murder, Mystery, and Mayhem From the Crossroads of Crime. If you love mysteries, writing, and Indiana, you won’t want to miss this! Call 925-2414 ext. 120 or email reference@epl.lib.in.us to register. Refreshments will be served and copies of their anthologies will be available for sale.

Turn a Page with Anni Book Club: 5-18-16 at 12 p.m. at EPL

Don’t Try to Find Me by Holly Brown

Better off Read Book Club: 5-26-16 at 10:30 a.m. or 6:30 p.m. at Jeremiah’s

The Blessing Way by Tony Hillerman

Eckhart Public Library Murder Mystery: 5-22-16 at 7:00-8:30 PM

Eckhart Public Library

Close Community Room

Who killed Mr. Cord? Join us for a local history murder mystery. Event is open to the public with a suggested donation of $10 to benefit the Friends of the Library. Refreshments will be served. Register by May 16 by calling 260-925-2414 ext. 120 or emailing reference@epl.lib.in.us

 

 

 

 

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About Darcy

I have worked at Eckhart Public Library since 2008 in teen, adult, and genealogy services.
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