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Library News for August 26, 2011

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The Annual Patron Survey (August 19- September 19, 2011)

Click here to take our annual survey.  It takes about ten minutes to complete the fifteen questions.  We use the information to direct services and programs in the coming year. You can also complete a paper survey at the circulation desk.  

 

Fitness Checklists

Think you're "fit"? This fall, the library will offer a checklist on a different kind of "fitness" each month. Pick one up, and when you've completed at least ten items on the list, turn it in at the library for a chance to win a prize! 

You can print your checklist here.

September's topic is Environmental Fitness.  More information is available here.

 

This Week's Programs

 

Friday, August 26:
  • 10am Baby Bookworms Storytime (0-18 mos)
  • 10:45 Toddler Storytime (18-36 mos)
  • 11:30 Preschool Storytime (3-5 yrs)

Saturday, August 27:

  • 11am Storytime
  • 1pm Computer Tutoring (by appointment)

Sunday, August 28:

Monday, August 29:

  • 10:45 Monkey in the Middle

Tuesday, August 30:

  • 6:30 Kinder Crafts
  • 7pm Pajama Story Time

Wednesday, August 31:

  • 6pm Arts & Crafts

Thursday, September 1:

  • 6pm Excel Basics (registration required)

Friday, September 2:

  • 10am Baby Bookworms Storytime (0-18 mos)
  • 10:45 Toddler Storytime (18-36 mos)
  • 11:30 Preschool Storytime (3-5 yrs)

Saturday, September 3:

  • 11am Storytime
  • 1pm Bow Wow Reading Dogs (by appointment)

Sunday, September 4:

Monday, September 5:  Library Closed for Labor Day

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 Friday & Saturday: 10am-6pm

 Sunday: 1pm-6pm

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