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Bestselling author Michael Finkel to visit Bluffton Public Library via Skype

Journalist and author Michael Finkel will be joining the April 3 Noon Book Discussion to discuss his New York Times bestseller, The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermit.

Along with his nonfiction works, Finkel has written for a number of well known publications, including National Geographic, GQ, The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, and The New York Times Magazine.

Copies of the book are available for checkout at the front desk of the library.
To ensure enough seating, please register at the library before Wednesday, April 3.

Garden Study Club donates books to public library

The Bluffton Public Library has received a donation of six new books from the Bluffton Garden Study Club.

The Bluffton Garden Study Club was an active club from 1955-2018, and the club has generously donated these gardening books in honor of their years together.

The books may be found in the new non-fiction section of the library.  Please visit the library and enjoy our newest additions to the collection.

Here's the April library calendar

Amongst your Easter activities, check out what's going on at the Bluffton Public Library. Here's the calendar. Click on it to enlarge.

Afternoon tea and massage therapy

Upcoming events at the library in April

The library is hosting a number of special events in April.

The Friends of the Library Spring Tea will be on Thursday, April 25 at 5:45 p.m., featuring Fred Steiner. Tickets are available at the library’s front desk, starting at the beginning of April, and the cost is $12 (cash or check). This afternoon tea will be held on the library's lower level and acts as an annual fundraiser, hosted by the Friends of the Library, for library programs and services.

Garden club hosts seed starting basics

Tuesday at the library


The Gardeners of the Bluffton/Pandora Area (GBPA) invite the public to a lecture on seed starting basics, at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 12, in the lower level of the Bluffton Public Library, according to Victoria Zeits.

Marilyn Beltz, member and past president of the Hancock County Master Gardener Volunteers, is the speaker.

Winter book challenge continues

Plus arts, maple syrup, music and lots more at the library in March

Creativity is in the air at the Bluffton Public Library in March.

The library hosts a Student Art Showcase, displaying artwork by local students and homeschoolers.

The showcase will begin on Thursday, March 7, with a launch party with refreshments from 6 to 7 p.m.  The artwork will be on display at the library for the rest of the month.

March is National Craft Month, so the library will offer a craft project every Friday for anyone to come in or take home and create.