Chilling Tales + Spooky Stories At NB Library

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It’s the season for eerie howls and chills running up and down your
spine! On Thursday, October 24th at 7pm, and Saturday the 26th at 1pm, the North Bend Public Library will offer haunting tales from many cultures, performed for you by the library’s Assistant Director Abbie Anderson. Admission is free for both events.

On Thursday night after dark on October 24th, come to the library to
curdle your blood with tales from the dark side of the waning half-moon! Suitable for those of a strong constitution, not prone to nightmares. Not recommended for children under 10. “Please don’t bring your younger children to this show,” said Anderson. “I’m going to go for the jugular!” Light refreshments will be served. The library closes at 6pm. Doors will re-open at 6:45pm before the show begins at 7pm.

Families and audiences of all ages are invited to spooky stories for the whole family on Saturday, October 26th at 1pm. Tickle your scary bone at this haunting time of year. A dancing pig from Indonesia, magic masks from Mexico, and Noah’s cats from Romania will take you ’round the world this Halloween. Stories will be told in the story pit inside the Children’s Room. Sorry, no refreshments for this event inside the library.

These events are free and open to the public. For more information,
call the North Bend Public Library at 756-0400, or visit online at www.northbendlibrary.org.

This entry was posted on Wednesday, October 16th, 2013 and is filed under Local News, Public Service Announcements.