National Novel Writing Month was founded in 1999, the fiction-writing extravaganza encourages everyone in the world to spend November bashing out a 50,00-word novel. Not for fam or fortune. But because it’s monkey-barrel’s of fun.
We’re proud to support local writers taking the plunge by offering our space as a noveling zone. Bring a pen and paper or laptop and make yourself comfortable.
The Library will also have our smaller conference room available Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 – 8 pm beginning on Tuesday, November 7 – Thursday, November 21. Snacks and water will be provided. In addition, the Niceville Library has tables, comfortable chairs, Wi-Fi and study nooks available during our hours of operation.
Niceville Public Library will host a Men’s Book Club which will be meeting in the Library on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 1 – 2 p.m.
If you enjoy historical novels, classical literature, and best sellers, then please contact Dennis Wilson at 279-3248 for further information or you can just attend the February meeting.
Give them a head start: Storytime attendance increases reading, listening and motor skills, attention span, music and rhythm, social development and so much more.
Baby Bookworms: This lapsit program consists of music, stories and rhymes especially chosen to build the bond between you and your child.
Writers Group at the Niceville Library. We invite you to join your fellow writers for critique, discussion, and camaraderie. Writers of all genres and experience are welcome. Facilitator is Linda Safford who will provide monthly topics and schedule.
The goal for this group is to equip and encourage a community of writers through instruction, hands on exercises of writing, and critique so the individuals may attain the level of craft they desire whether for pleasure or to be published.
Please call the Niceville Library if you have any questions.
The group will not meet for the summer.
The Niceville Gamers Guild proudly presents a new monthly club designed to teach kids the game of Dungeons & Dragons! Whether your child has little to no experience with the D&D game, this club is for all experience levels.
FOR AGES 8 – 14 years Registration required by September September 6. You can register in Youth Services or call them at 279-4863 x 1514.