OK. It's not really fall and it WAS about 90 degrees this week. But once summer reading is over, Labor Day has passed and school has started - it is time to think about Fall programs at the library.
Speaking of school - does your child have the most important school supply of all? From the banner above, you may guess that it is a library card! If your child doesn't have one, ask us how you can get one for her or him.
Read on to learn about some of our upcoming programs at the library. Drop me a line; send me a note; give me a call; or come see me if you have any questions, comments, suggestions or just want to say 'Hi'. ---Cathy Chesher, Youth Services Librarian email@example.com
Drop-in, All ages Storytimes continue Wednesdays @ 10:30 am September 12 - December 19 Stories, books, fingerplays, puppets, songs, flannelboards, movement and other activities that support Early Literacy and are fun!
Tuesday Evening Storytimes
In addition to the Ninja Night Storytime above, we have these evening storytimes scheduled, all at 6:30 pm
October 9 - Yoga inspired Storytime November 13 - Stuffed Animal Sleepover - bring a stuffed animal to spend the night. Registration requested. Space may be limited. December 11 - Christmas Storytime
Friday, September 21 4pm - 8pm Saturday, September 22 10am - 7pm
The library will once again be offering activities for kids of all ages. Come stop by the library tent on E. Maumee St.
Halloween Family Storytime
Monday, October 29 @ 6:30 pm Join us for our annual Halloween Storytime of stories, songs, rhymes and treats. Wear a costume. We'll have a costume parade throughout the library after the storytime.
Saturday, December 1 11am - 12pm Celebrate the awesomeness of unicorns! We will read a magical unicorn story, make some awesome crafts, enjoy a unicorn-inspired snack and more. Grades K-6. Free, registration requested.
It's not too early to start thinking about entering our annual Gingerbread House contest. Entries will be due Dec. 5 & 6. Check the library's website later this fall for more information.