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December Happenings!!

on November 23, 2009



November has been busy and December is going to be even busier!

In November we read to the preschool classes and the third grade class with the help of some of our puppet friends.  We will be doing a lot more school related activities in the coming months. 


Faith Ferguson read for Story Time this month and we had 12 attendees!  We had a lot of fun.  Thank you Faith! 


We are also doing our Movie Matinee Day for all ages!


For December we have a LOT of activities planned!

We are planning an OPEN HOUSE at the library for December 12th from 11 AM to 2 PM

This will be after Santa has come to town and we will have the “book man” here with books and toys on display and available for sale, delivered on the spot.  Come do some of your Christmas shopping here!  We will have snacks and refreshments too – please take the time to stop in and “check out” your local library! If you haven’t been in yet, I think we will surprise you!


Are you tired of hearing “I’m bored” by the day after Christmas?  Send the kids to the library!  We will be having several ART days where we will be doing art related activities and making crafts!


For school aged kids in the month of December we will be having scavenger hunts!  Come in to get a scavenger hunt form, you have the whole month to work on them – prizes will be given out to the top guys and gals from two different age groups, Kindergarten – 5th Grade and 6th grade through 12th grade. 


Keep track of us on here or Facebook for all the up to date information – or better yet, stop by the library – we’ll be happy to keep you informed!


See you at the library!

One Response to “December Happenings!!”

  1. librarian says:

    I really enjoyed watching the movie with all the people that came out today. It was a lot of fun, I hope you enjoyed it too! We had a total of 43 people at the movie, I think that was a GREAT turn out! Thank you for bringing or allowing your kids to be there, and thanks to the parents (and grandparents) that stayed to watch also. We will have to do this again soon!

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