Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Do you have a turkey hat?

Well, do ya? If not, you could stop by the library next week (Nov. 7th-Nov. 13th) to make your own one-of-a-kind turkey hat! And, if you already do have a turkey hat you know the saying: "you can never have too many turkey hats" I am not sure if that's a saying, but I do know that our hats are pretty cool, so, stop by any time the library is open to create this great "make and take". You know what else is really cool? All the great things going on in the children's department in November!

EL39 Clues: This is your last chance to jump in on this great super spy club based on the very popular "39 Clues" series. Solve puzzles, collect the clues, and complete the race! If you're in 3rd-6th grade and free Mondays in November at 4pm, give us a call!

Chess Club: 3rd-6th graders join us Nov. 3rd and Nov. 17th at 4pm for a great game of chess! Registration is required.

Scrabble Club: 3rd-6th graders who like scrabble should join us Nov. 10th at 4pm! Registration is required.

"Home for the Holidays" Activity Time: If you're in 1st-2nd grade join Ms. Kay for a fun activity time on Nov. 16th 4pm-5pm.

"We the Children" book club: If you're interested in the book "We the Children" by Andrew Clements, join Ms. Jenn for an exciting talk about the book on Nov. 23rd 4:30-5:30pm. Registration is required (We have books, too!)

See you (in a turkey hat maybe) soon!

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