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Library News for July 5, 2013

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castleOnce Upon a Summer- 
June 1 through August 10, 2013

  • Picture Book Level: Track how many picture books your child reads, or you read with your child throughout the summer to earn prizes!
  • Chapter Book Level (ages 5-10): Track how many pages you read throughout the summer to earn prizes!  Turn in a log every 500 pages.
  • Tweens & Teens (ages 10+): Track how many pages you read throughout the summer to earn prizes! Turn in a log every 500 pages.
  • Adults (ages 18+): Track how many pages you read throughout the summer to earn prizes! Turn in a log every 500 pages.

Grand prizes will be awarded to top readers at the Movie in the Park event on August 10th.

 


This week's programs and events:

Friday, July 5:  No Children's Programs

Saturday, July 6:

  • 10:30am Power Point Intermediate
  • 11am  French Storytime
  • 1pm Chess Club

Sunday, July 7:

Monday, July 8

  • 10:30am Baby Bookworms (ages 0-18 months)
  • 11:15am Baby Bookworms (ages 12-24 months)

Tuesday, July 9:  

  • 6pm Storytime and Craft
  • 7pm Storytime and Craft

Wednesday, July 10:

  • 5pm Fairy Tale Fun
  • 6pm Arts and Crafts
  • 6pm Excel Intermediate

Thursday, July 11

  • 6pm Board Games
  • 7pm YA for Grown Ups Book Club: The Grimm Legacy
  • 7pm WWW Book Club: Rebecca

Friday, July 12

  • 10:30am Toddler Storytime
  • 11:15am Preschool Storytime

Saturday, July 13:

  • 11am Flying Theater Machine
  • 1pm Social Media Workshop

Sunday, July 14:

  • Read to Maggie the Reading Dog (by appointment)
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 Sunday: 1pm-6pm

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"It seems to me the book has not just aesthetic values-- the charming little clothy box of the thing, the smell of the glue, even the print, which has its own beauty. But there's something about the sensation of ink on paper that is in some sense a thing, a phenomenon rather than an epiphenomenon. I can't break the association of electric trash with the computer screen. Words on the screen give the sense of being just another passing electronic wriggle."

—John Hoyer Updike (b. 1932) American writer, Rabbit, Run, Rabbit at Rest