Exciting Events At Fayette Library

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This month at the Fayette Memorial Library, as usual, there is something for everyone. Thursday, March 21 at 6:00, there will be an adult class in which participants can learn how to place holds on and check out books online, on their Kindle, or on their Nook. The class is free of charge. Participants need only bring their e-reader. Please call the library or stop by the adult circulation desk to sign up.

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Story time will be held on March 4, 11, and 18 (every Monday except the 25th) from 6:30 to 7:00 and is intended for children aged 2-5 years not yet in kindergarten. Kids ages 2 and 3 are required to have an adult stay with them for the duration. On the 4th, the book will be Goodnight Construction Site and the children will be making paper construction workers. On the 11th, Green Shamrocks will be read and the kids will craft paper plate Leprechauns. And on the 18th, the book will be Day the Kite Flew Away and the craft will be foam kites. So stop on by, the kids will definitely have a great time.

The After School Program sponsored by Huntington will be held, as usual, every Tuesday and Thursday (except for the 26th and 28th) with K-1 grades coming on Tuesdays and 2-4 grades coming on Thursdays. On March 5 and 7, the kids will be watching a movie (to be announced). On March 12 and 14, the children will be engaging in a craft (also to be announced), and on March 19 and 21, the children will have a play day.
The Thursdays @ 7 Book Club will meet Thursday (of course) March 28. They will be discussing Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford.
Veronica’s Book Club will be meeting Tuesday, March 26 at 6:30 p.m. and the book to be discussed is Keeper of the Light by Diane Chamberlain.
The Normal Memorial Library would like to thank Pat Cousino for donating books, the Fayette High School Class of 1948 for their donation in memory of Robert Winzeler who passed away on November 29, 2012. Purchased for this memorial were the DVDs Lonesome Dove and Return to Lonesome Dove.


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