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Library Crowns Best Hat in Town

The Livingston Public Library held a hat contest at a recent reading group meeting

Lillian Ostrin was the winner of the Great Hat Contest at the Livingston Public Library.

The Livingston Public Library's own Coffee & Crime Mystery Book Club hosted a Great Hat Contest at its monthly meeting.

The contest ties in with this month's book selection, MURDER, WITH PEACOCKS, by Donna Andrews, a tart, hilarious mystery with a few key scenes set at garden parties. 

The winner of the Great Hat Contest was chosen by all of the members
of the group. 

Coffee & Crime is a free adult program held monthly at the Livingston Public Library. 

We read a different kind of mystery each month, including historical, noir, thriller, true crime, caper and "cozy" and more.  The group is led by Reference
Librarian Ariel Zeitlin Cooke, who is herself a published author.  Refreshments will be served, including, of course coffee. 

Reservations are required and should be made by email to ariel.cooke@bccls.orgor by calling 973-992-4600, x238.

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