Pizza Ranch’s “Community Impact” Hits Schmaling

copy of Peter Bruegel's painting, The Weddign Feast, depicting long tables of guests being served by several men

Buffets.

One of our favorite things where we typically eat too much of our favorite things.

Join us MONDAY, SEP. 12th from 5-8pm at PIZZA RANCH, in Clinton, IA, where a portion of the night’s profits and tips will proceed to the library in order to purchase another one of our favorite things: books!

Pizza Ranch regularly schedules Community Impact fundraising events and we are thankful to have received the opportunity to participate in one.  Even more gratifying is the ability to benefit our patrons by increasing the collection here at Schmaling.

We are also looking for volunteers to assist us during this feast, so please contact our director, Britni Hartman, if you are so willing.

Thank you and we look forward to buffeting with you!

Short Stories for Sultry Days

When torrid temperatures prevail, why not beat it to a seat with a refreshing short story collection? Some of the collections available here at the library include:

Stories of Mark Twain, by  Mark Twain (F TWA)

Runaway: Stories, by Alice Munro (F MUN)

Children Playing Before a Statue of Hercules, by David Sedaris (813.0108 CHI)

The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Other Stories, by Ernest Hemingway (F HEM)

The Turn of the Screw: and Other Short Novels, and The Short Stories of Henry James, by Henry James (PB JAM and F JAM)

The Collected Short Stories of Louis L’Amour, by Louis L’Amour (LP LAM)

An Anthology of Famous British Stories, edited by Bennett Cerf

Short Stories: Vol. 1 and 2, by Leo Tolstoy (F TOL) *To read one his most acclaimed short stories, How Much Land Does a Man Need?,  which is not contained in these volumes, click here.

The short stories of Oscar Wilde: found in two books of his collected works at 820.8 WIL and 828 .809 WIL

The short stories of Flannery O’Connor (F OCO)