What’s Happening at the Library
You still have more shopping days at the library to find the perfect book to rock the world of that special someone at the Friends of the Library Holiday Bag Sale before Christmas. Pick up a bag at the front desk to fill with books for just $3.00. The sale runs until the end of January if you’d rather give a New Year’s Eve gift or a Martin Luther King Day gift.
Join us for a special daytime matinee version of Family Movie Night on Thursday, December 27th at 2:00 p.m. for something fun and different during Christmas break. This will be a child-friendly movie. We can’t publish the title, but we are planning to show the second movie about a wacky family of superheroes.
We printed an error in a previous story about Sandy Simpkins Judy. Betty Cole was a Reading Tutor for twenty-five years, helping students who had reading difficulties, but she was not Mrs. Judy’s teacher. Mrs. Cole was instead a friend and neighbor of hers for many years on Lincoln Drive. Betty Cole’s son, Gary Cole donated Sandy Simpkins Judy’s book to the library in memory of his mother.
We added two new audiobooks, eleven new children's books, and nine other new books to the collection last week.
Take a break from holiday shopping on Wednesday, December 19th at 6:00 p.m., and bring the family to the library for our fabulous Christmas Craft Palooza. You can enjoy make and take crafts, a yummy holiday snack provided by our Friends of the Library, and bring your letters for Santa. We will sing carols with Mrs. Lowder! Mrs. Claus will be on hand to visit with the youngsters.