ORIGAMI FOR ASIAN-PACIFIC HERITAGE MONTH

Come try your hand at origami with Mr. D and Ms. Mandy. The ancient art of paper folding will begin Wednesday, May 11 at 3:15 pm. All the materials needed will be provided.

"Watch the Pennies..."

Photograph of Display of Budget Books…and the dollars will take care of themselves.”  This expression was coined by Benjamin Franklin, but when I was a child, I thought it had been created by my mother's brother. My mom quoted this to us many times; the expression was something the brother who raised her taught her.  In this difficult economy, these words are especially applicable. Our non-fiction book display currently features books that deal with different aspects of a household budget: food, clothing, home repair, energy costs, paying for college, planning a wedding on a budget, etc. Click on 'Read more' to see a sampling of what you will find in our display.

Bean Bag Toss!

Clipart picture of bean bag toss gameThe Bean Bag Toss game is always great fun! Come Celebrate National Children's Book Week with us and win a book! For school age children. Wednesday, May 4 at 3:15 p.m.

END OF SEMESTER PAPERS

There are just a few more weeks of school left in this semester. You know what that means.....end of semester papers. Rest easy, HCPL has a terrific database which will give you plenty of references for those position papers. The Opposing Viewpoints in Context database covers a host of social issues like cybercrime, food safety, and medical ethics to name just a few. Use your library card to log in and use this valuable source.

Art Walk By the Bay

Map of Businesses on Main Street Hosting Art Walk By the BayOn the first Friday of every month, 6 pm to 9 pm, artists are invited to display their artwork at participating businesses on Main Street. The program is called Art Walk By the Bay and is sponsored by the Main Street Business Association. The rules and procedures for registering as an artist are posted on the website.  Come to Main Street on the first Friday evening of the month and stroll around to look at the art. (Map is from website of Art Walk By the Bay.)