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Movie at Aldine! Saturday 9/28 @ 2PM / Película en Aldine! Sábado 9/28 @ 2 PM

Come celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at the Aldine Library by watching a movie about a young boy from Mexico who travels to the U.S. to find his mother after his grandmother passes away. The film is rated PG-13. Refreshments will be provided. We'll see you today, Saturday 9/28, at 2 PM in the Meeting Room!  

Venga celebrar el Mes de la Hispanidad en la Biblioteca Aldine por ver una película sobre un joven de México que viaja a los EE.UU. para encontrar a su madre después de que su abuela muere. La película está clasificada PG-13 por elementos temáticos maduros.Se proporcionarán refrescos. Nos vemos hoy, sábado 9/28, a las 2:00 en la Sala de reuniones!

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End of Summer Celebrations! Free Family Fun for All Ages.

 

Get Ready To Celebrate! 

As part of the end of summer celebrations we have scheduled two extremely fun special programs for families. Tickets are not required for these events and they are open to people of all ages. So, we expect to see all of our friends there. A great time will be had by all, but please be aware that the library will be noisier than normal.

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Anti-Valentine's Day Celebration

black rose

There was a Valentine celebration of sorts for teens at the Aldine Library on the afternoon Thursday, February 7th- an anti-Valentine celebration to be exact. Homemade, miniature catapults flung candy hearts. Black roses were crafted.  A piñata was broken and candy enjoyed. Why? To celebrate unrequited love and broken heartedness!

It was a memorable afternoon.
 

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Gandhi Celebration!

 

Come one! Come all! Everyone is invited to come and enjoy our Gandhi celebration. It will take place on Saturday October 13 from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm in the library meeting room. Come enjoy a feature film,
food, and refreshments. We will be having this program in order to celebrate the life of Gandhi and his accomplishments that have made such a positive difference around the world. If you would like to learn more about Gandhi and his works, come visit the library and check out these wonderful resources:

 

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Celebrate the New Year with the Kids

Christmas has come and gone. The New Year will soon be upon us. "The New Year is most often celebrated by adults without children, as they party late into the night on New Year's Eve," write Meredith Brokaw and Annie Gilbar in The Penny Whistle Christmas Party Book.

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