Here is what you all have been waiting for:
Learn to fold the pages of a book to make a sculpture
Like the ones on display in the library
October 24, 2017, 6:30pm
At the Library $15.00
Sign up at the Library Space is limited
Thanks to everyone who brought their talents for us to view, at the Art Exhibit.
We had a nice turn out, and we heard many say “I did not know he/she did that.” So again thanks for viewing and a very special thanks for those that exposed themselves with their hidden talent.
We would like to thank First Community Credit Union for sponsoring the cupcake decorating event. The kids had a great time.
To all the kids who decorated cupcakes, SUPER JOB! We had a tough time figuring out winners. But we have them in alphabetical order:
If you are artsy in anyway, think about showing your talent off during Oktober Fest. The Library hosts an art exhibit and anyone can display their work.
Just bring it in before 1pm on Friday the 29th of September.
Tuesday – 8:30am to noon, 1 to 5:30pm
Wednesday and Thursday – 8:30am to noon, 1 to 5:00pm
Friday – 8:30am till noon
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday – Closed
These hours will go into effect September 26th
If you have any LEGOS lying around your house you would like to get rid of, please think of the library. Our theme this year for Summer Reading is “Build a Better World” and Legos are the perfect addition to the library to let the children imagine and build. I would prefer the smaller Legos as the activities will be done with older children and they may frown on using the Duplo blocks. However I will be happy with ALL DONATIONS.
As Time Goes By by Mary Higgins Clark
Below the Belt by Stuart Woods
Dangerous Games by Danielle Steel
Her Secret by Shelley Shepard Gray
Humans, Bow Down by James Patterson
Vicious Circle (A Joe Pickett Novel) by C.J. Box
Walking on Water by Richard Paul Evans