Saturday, October 9, 2010

Pop Quiz: Where did Columbus land when he arrived in America?

har dee har har!

Seriously though, the Columbus Day holiday is this coming Monday, October 11, and the library will be closed. So please plan accordingly! Here's a quick reminder about some of our approaching events:

for parents:
Friday, October 15, 9:30-1:30am, Pathways for Parents, Cindy Milner of the Community Partnership for Children will be here to provide this free informational service for parents of children from birth to school-age.

for children, 6mos. to 2yrs:
Friday, October 15, 10-11am, Crawl Talk, a social play time where kids crawl & parents talk! (Just drop in, no registration necessary).

for preschool children, 3 to 6yrs:

Wednesday nights, PJ Storytime, 6:30pm. (Just drop-in, no registration necessary).

for Grades 1 & 2:
Friday, October 22, 4 - 4:45pm, Scare Up Some Fun! Sign up for this special program of scary stories and activities!

for Grades 3 to 6:
Monday, October 18, 4 - 5pm, The Great Create: Print Power! Sign up for this art workshop and discover cool ways of printing with paint!
Wednesday, October 20, 4 - 5pm, Scrabble Club! Sign up for this time of scrabble-bonanza!

for all ages:

Saturday, October 30, 11am - 1 pm, The Mom's Club Halloween Festival! Wear your costume and come for food, fun, and games! (A fundraiser for the Children's Department, so a small admission fee will be charged.)

plus our Book Groups:

for Grades 3 & 4: Tuesday, October 19, 4:30pm, On the Same Page. This month's book is N.E.R.D.S.
for Grades 5 and up: Monday, October 25, 4pm, Tweens Book Group. This month's book is Kingdom Keepers, Book 1.

Happy Columbus Day!

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