Fall is here at the Library

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FALL AT THE LIBRARY

                                                                                                                                                

It’s time once again for Lap-Sit Story time at the Library. We offering this program to all young children. We will be learning through dancing, singing, rhyming, board books, flannel board stories, puppets and much more.  The children will be learning their names, their parent’s names, where they live, colors, shapes, manners and much more to prepare for school readiness.  Each month we learn a specific color, shape, letter and theme. We will do hands on activities with crafts and much more. Lap-Sit is every Tuesday starting September 27th at 10:30a.m. lasting for about an hour.

We have also started our Lego and STEM programs on Saturdays from 10:00 to 12:00 A.M. for school age students. Parents need to fill our registration forms and sign up so we know how many students to prepare for. Children must be 10 years of age to be left without parent supervision.
The library is getting new books in all of the time. Please come and check out all of the new titles from some of our most popular authors; Nora Roberts, Karen Kingsbury, J.A. Jance, James Patterson, Stuart Woods, Joel Rosenberg and many more.  We are adding to our juvenile books and young adult books as well. A large selection of audio books is available; these are being widely utilized more and more by our local oil field workers during their long days of travel and work. There are also DVD movies to check out. Don’t forget what an asset the library is to our community for both information and entertainment.

We will be starting our Adult programs provided by a Health Literacy Grant again this fall. We are planning adult Tai Chi, Pilates, and Yoga classes. These programs will provide exercise and healthy food choices. More information coming soon about dates and times of classes. For more information on the programs please call the library at 580-625-3076.