STORY TIME – Story Time meets on Mondays for a half an hour starting at 6:30 pm. Children ages 2-5 (not yet in Kindergarten) are invited to attend, but an adult must accompany the two and three year olds. A book and craft is planned for each session. On the schedule for October 8 Book: Seed, Soil, Sun & Craft: Fun Sun Flower. October 15 Book: Shy Scarecrow Goes to School & Craft: Stain Glass Apple. October 22 Book: Pumpkin Day, Pumpkin Night & Craft: Pumpkin Beads. October 29 Book: Rattle Bone Rock & Craft: Dress up for a Halloween Party!
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM – Students in grades K-1 are invited to the library from 2:30-3:15 pm on Tuesdays and students in grades 2-4 are welcome on Thursdays during the same time frame. The After School Program is generously sponsored by Huntington Bank. The schedule this month includes: Bingo on October 9 & 11, a play day on October 16 & 18, crafts on October 23 & 25, and concludes with a movie on October 30 & November 1.
TEEN READ WEEK – Teen Read Week will be celebrated October 15-20. The theme is “Dare to Read for the Fun of It!” This is a time to celebrate reading and to encourage teens to take advantage of reading in all its forms: from books to magazines, e-books, audiobooks, etc. and to get them to become regular library users. We will be having games and drawings throughout the week for our teens. Also, there will be a special treat for every teen that checks out a book. Stop in during the week of October 15-20 and join us for some fun!
NEW BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP – Veronica Molina is planning on forming a new book discussion group in January. If you are interested in joining, please call the library or stop in at the adult circulation desk by November 30, 2012. We will then contact you with the meeting time for January. Those interested will decide on the date, time, and genre of book to be read for the February book discussion.
LOOKING AHEAD – The Thursdays @ 7 Book Club will meet at the end of the month on Thursday, October 25. The book that will be discussed is Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand.
THANK YOUS – Thank you to Amanda Podach from the Fulton Soil and Water Conservation District for entertaining our After-School kids, last month. Thank you to Verna Williams for donating a Fayette teddy bear and pumpkin decoration. Also, thank you to Jennifer Gregory, Merlin Elarton, and Cinda Metcalf for donating books to the library.
The Normal Memorial Library is located at 301 North Eagle Street in Fayette, Ohio. Hours of operation: Monday 10:00-8:00, Tuesday, 10:00-5:00, Wednesday 10:00-8:00, Thursday/Friday 1:00-5:00, and Saturday 10:00-1:00. You can find the library online at http://www.fayette-nml.org/
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