Personal tools
You are here: Home Calendar Library News Library News for October 19, 2012

Library News for October 19, 2012

Document Actions

Free Fall Family Fun:  October 28th scarecrow

Celebrate fall at the library.  We'll have carnival games on the lawn for families to play and special programs.

10:30am Telephone Company Concert

Come to a fun and silly concert the whole family will enjoy.  Space is limited, registration required

10:30am - 1:30pm Pumpkin Painting

Bring your own pumpkin or paint a paper bag pumpkin.  All paints and craft supplies will be provided.  Registration is required. 

 


What's Happening This Week:

Friday, October 19: 

10am  Toddler Storytime (18-36 months)

10:45 Preschool Storytime (3-6 years)

Saturday, October 20:

10am Writer's Group

11am Story Time

Sunday, October 21:

2pm Needles Hooks and Books:  Odd Thomas

by Dean Koontz

Monday, October 22: 

10am Infant Storytime (0-12 months)

10:45am Monkey in the Middle Storytime (12-24 months)

Tuesday, October 23:

6pm Storytime & Craft

7pm Storytime & Craft

Wednesday, October 24:  

4:30pm Lego Club

6pm Arts & Crafts (ages 8+):  Spiders and Webs

6pm Overdrive Digital Library Workshop

Thursday, October 25: Library Closed

Friday, October 26: 

10am  Toddler Storytime (18-36 months)

10:45 Preschool Storytime (3-6 years)

Saturday, October 27: Fall Family Fun

10am Writer's Group

10:30am Telephone Company Kids' Concert (registration required)

10:30am - 1:30 pm Pumpkin Painting (registration required)

Sunday, October 28:

Location & Hours

Wells Branch Logo

Login Animation

Log in to your account

MAP

15001 Wells Port Drive
Austin, TX  78728
(512)989-3188

Monday-Thursday:  10am-8pm

 Friday & Saturday: 10am-6pm

 Sunday: 1pm-6pm

« October 2014 »
October
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031
"I do not believe that civilization will be wiped out in a war fought with the atomic bomb. Perhaps two-thirds of the people of the Earth might be killed, but enough men capable of thinking, and enough books, would be left to start again, and civilization could be restored."

—Albert Einstein (1875-1955) German-born American theoretical physicist, theories of relativity, philosopher