Santa Claus is Coming to Town!

Have you made your Christmas list yet? It's that time of year again and Holiday Cheer is spreading like wildfire. Come join us at High Meadows Library as we welcome the biggest giver of Holiday cheer, Santa Claus! On Thursday December 19th at 5:00 p.m. Santa Claus will make his visit to High Meadows library.  Bring your Christmas list and your joyful spirits. Take pictures with Santa and a few of his special Reindeer. Then, enjoy a nice story as Santa reads  A Night before Christmas. Don't miss out on this wonderful time. See you here! 

 

 

Baby Time Fun Time!

Are you a parent who would love the opportunity to spend even more quality time with your baby, meet other moms, and just have fun? Well High Meadows is the place for you. Every Wednesday at 1:00 pm,  High Meadows library will host Baby Book Time. Babies can listen to music, play with toys, and interact with other babies in the neighborhood. Take advantage of this great program and don’t forget to tell your friends! See you here! Check out our Events Calendar for more information.

Annual Book Sale

Come one, come all to High Meadows library for our yearly Book Sale! Find discounted books by your favorite authors. We will have paperback and hardcover books that include fiction and non-fiction. We will also be having DVD's, VHS, and some special items for purchase. Make your way to our book sale on Thursday November 7, 2013 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm. Don't miss out on some great deals, see you here! 

Monster Mash

Come join us for fun, games, candy and refreshments! Play pin the nose on the pumpkin, go bowling with ghosts, toss a bean bag or make a monster craft. The Monster Mash will be held at High Meadows on Tuesday, October 29 from 3-5pm. Costumes are encouraged. See you here!

kids in costumes

photo courtesy of Tom Gill

Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos

Join us on Tusday October 8 at 3pm to celebrate Dia de los Muertos. Come in costume and have a good time. We look forward to seeing you there.

Dia de los muertos celbrators

photo courtesy of Amanda Quintana-Bowles