Summer Reading Inspiration Part 7!

It's Summer Reading Inspiration Part 7! 3 time Caldecott winner David Wiesner created another fabulous fantasy world which discusses art, friendship, and weather in Sector 7.  

This wordless picture book tells the story of a little boy on a trip to the Empire State building who makes friends with a cloud and gets 

Book Sale & Silent Auction

 

Presale May 2nd - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM For Members of the Friends Group

May 2nd - 1:00 pm - 6:00pm

May 3rd - 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Summer Reading Inspiration Part 6!

"It was a dark and stormy night..." This cliched phrase is most often seen when Snoopy writes at his typewriter, but it is also the first line in a very influential, classic science fiction novel.  It is hard to categorize A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle as a children, teen, or adult novel.  It is one of those novels which transcends ages.  Our three main characters are literal geniuses.  Calvin O'Keefe is the relative normal one.  He plays basketball, and has figured out the secret to

Paper Airplanes


sculpture paper planeThis week Thursday 10:30 am  we are making paper Airplanes.  Join us in the children's area of the Katherine Tyra Library to enjoy a favorite past time. 

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Upcoming Computer Classes

Interested in computer classes?  We have two great classes coming up this week!

Friday, April 25th 1:00 PM Beginning Word-- Are you looking to type a paper, compose a letter, or make a homemade greeting card? Then Microsoft Word 2013 is the program for you! Learn the basic layout and tools of Microsoft Word 2013 while exploring what this program can do for you. This class is designed for beginner computer users.

Friday, April 25th 3:30 PM Beginning Excel-- Do you need a program to organize your data or create spreadsheets?  Why not try Microsoft Excel 2013! Join us to learn the basic layout and tools of Microsoft Excel 2013 while exploring what this program can do for you. This class is designed for beginner computer users.