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Library News for October 26, 2012

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Free Fall Family Fun:  SATURDAY October 27th 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 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:

Monday, October 29: 

10am Infant Storytime (0-12 months)

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

Tuesday, October 30:

6pm Storytime & Craft

7pm Storytime & Craft

Wednesday, October 31: 

Happy Halloween- no programs today

Thursday, November 1: 

7pm WWW Book Club:  Room by Emma Donoghue

Friday, November 2: 

10am  Toddler Storytime (18-36 months)

10:45 Preschool Storytime (3-6 years)

Saturday, November 3:

10am Writer's Group

10:30am Computer Basics (registration required)

11am Storytime

Sunday, November 4:

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 Friday & Saturday: 10am-6pm

 Sunday: 1pm-6pm

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