Thursday, February 21, 2013

Smaller Space, but Plenty of Activity

Despite our smaller and more constrained temporary quarters, many favorite Library activities are still continuing, albeit with some adjustments.  Here are a few you won’t want to miss.

  •  Friends of the Library Used Book Sales. The fall and spring big sales at Yanity Gym are on as usual, and book donations are welcome.  Just bring your books to the Library any time during open hours and ask for directions to the Friends acceptance area. And save the date for a special children’s book sale in the Library March 7-9. See for donation guidelines and sale schedules.
  • Dr. Seuss’s Birthday is still March 2nd, and we are still celebrating!  We can’t have quite as elaborate a party as in past years, but we will have a special Seuss drop-in storytime at 10:30, along with Seuss-themed crafts, giveaways and more from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
  •  Museum passes are now to be found at the central Information Desk, promising fun family excursions at no charge or reduced rates.  For a limited time, we will be offering two free tickets per family to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.

Any other familiar offerings you are missing?  Just ask for an update.

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