Previous Book Club Selections
Contact: Chelle Urable by Email or 612.767.2266
All are welcome to enjoy the relaxing and comfortable atmosphere that the Mount Olivet Library - Minneapolis has to offer. There are books (children's picture and chapter books, fiction, non-fiction, reference,& large print novels) CDs, DVDs, videos, magazines and books on tape. Subjects include Christian living, devotionals, self-help, family issues, grief, health issues, travel, biography, theology reference, and cookbooks. Besides the wide variety of materials available, there is a lovely 110 gallon aquarium complete with an iridescent shark. We also have the audio reproductions of the Sunday worship services available for check out.All materials are checked out for 2 weeks at a time and renewed if that is not long enough. We simply need a name and phone number when checking out materials. We can also reserve titles for you if the particular item has been already checked out
The Mount Olivet Library operates with the help of volunteers. If you are interested working with books, people -- or even fish -- there could just be a job waiting for you at the library!Volunteers positions that are available:Circulation Desk Shifts - Assisting in the check out process, checking materials back into the library as they are returned to the library, shelving materials, and general library projects. This job can be done as much as once a week, or as little as once a month.Processing New Materials - Preparing new books involves entering the title into the computer, covering them with plastic covers, and labeling. This job is done as needed, not necessarily on a regular schedule.Repairing Damaged Materials - Recovering and taping up the pages of books and other materials when they have been over-used. This job is done about 4 times a year.Bulletin Board Displays - Bulletin board displays need to be created and/or put up once a month. Also, book displays must be created, a bi-monthly job.
The Mount Olivet Book Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7pm in the Minneapolis Campus Lounge. The group chooses books from a variety of topics (biography, classics, but mostly fiction) throughout the year for lively discussions. All are welcome. Please contact Chelle Urabe by Email or 612.767.2266 if you are interested in joining.
Evening Library Book Club Marie MacNally and Mary Slinde, invite you to join them and other avid readers for stimulating discussion of a wide variety of books. Upcoming dates and books are: • April 9 – The Round House – Louise Erdrich • May 14- Sing Them Home – Stephanie Kallos • June 11 – The Light Between Oceans – M.L. Stedman
NEW! Midday Library Book Club Bring a lunch and join Mount Olivet librarian Chelle Urabe for discussion of The Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen. Future books for this monthly midday group to be chosen at the meeting by the group, so along with lunch, bring titles of books you would like considered. Contact Chelle (email@example.com / 612.767.2266) if you plan to attend. Bring a friend--all are welcome! April 15th – “The Bell Jar” by Sylvia PlathMay 20th – “Orphan Train” by Christina Baker KlineJune 17th – “Snow Treasure” by Marie McSwigan
Donations of gently used books, video tapes, CDs, DVDs or cassette tapes (all of a positive nature) are appreciated and graciously accepted. Some materials may be passed on to other organizations or sold with proceeds going toward the Library if they are not needed or appropriate for the Mount Olivet Library. If you any questions, concerns or general comments you can contact Chelle Urabe by Email or 612.767.2266.
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