10th Annual Adult Summer Reading Raffle

July 1 - August 12

Beginning July 1, the Orangeburg Library is sponsoring an Adult Reading Raffle. Here’s how it works. Fill out a short book review form or take a fun world destinations quiz. Put it in our drawing box at the reference desk to win weekly gift cards. You can enter as many times as you like.

Your book reviews will be posted anonymously on our library blog. The theme for this year’s Adult Summer Reading Program is “Novel Destinations,” so check out the displays that feature interesting places around the world. Visit Cheryl at the Adult Reference desk for tastings of salt, honey, and chocolate from around the world!

Adult Programs

New DVDs

The Orangeburg Library now has the following new DVDs. Please click on one of the titles to reserve.

Company Men
Just Go With It
True Grit
Madeline and Her Friends (children's)
Battle Los Angeles
Big Momma: Like Father, Like Son
Hall Pass
Kill the Irishman
Red Riding Hood
Adjustment Bureau
Cedar Rapids
Diary of a Wimpy Kid - Rodrick Rules
Rocko's Modern Life Season 1 (children's)
Season of the Witch
Sucker Punch
The Warrior's Way

Chair Yoga with Colleen Briscoe

3 Mondays in June - June 6, 13, 20 at 1:00 PM
It’s back! Chair Yoga with Colleen Briscoe

Once again, stretch all your joints and muscles for a healthier, calmer approach to movement and flexability. Colleen provides both the atmosphere and skill to help you achieve better circulation and balance in this gentle yoga. Registration is necessary.



Tuesday, June 21 at 12:00 Noon
“Cutting For Stone” by Abraham Verghese

Everyone is welcome to join the group. Feel free to bring your lunch and the Library provides dessert. Books are available one month before the discussion. Note: Differences in Days and Times.

The Humor of Molly Goldberg

Sunday, June 12 at 2:00 PM
“The Humor of Molly Goldberg” – presented by raconteur and author, Marjorie Gottlieb Wolfe

Long before Lucille Ball, “Molly” hung out of her kitchen window dispensing motherly advice. Her signature “Yoo-Hoo, Mrs, Bloom,” became a national catch phrase. And while you are laughing, discover the courage of the innovative television pioneer, Gertrude Berg, who created a legend and a role model for women.
Please register by calling the library at 359-2244, Ext. 10