Copy, Paste, and Print!

 Does your child ever have a school report that requires a trip to the library? We just wanted to let you know that we're here for you. We have had a number of children in this past week asking for assistance.

Whenever your child has a school report that brings you to the library, we have the following recommendations:
 

-Please try to come at least three days in advance of the due date. While we love last minute chaos as much as anyone, it can't hurt to come in sooner. 

-Keep in mind that our computers will log off about ten minutes before we close, so what seems like an hour, is really only going to be about 45 minutes..

-Black and white copies are ten cents each and color costs 50 cents. Color copies will also require extra assistance on our part, so please plan accordingly with the time.

Boats Boats Boats

Rescheduled for Thursday, September 23rd!! -Join us for a storytime themed by boats! We will read some fun little stories and make a boat related craft, perhaps similar to this one here. (Who are we kidding? Our library is not large enough!) We will, however, have a great time. So please join us if you have a toddler or baby.

 

Thursdays

Babytime - 10:15

Toddler Time - 10:40

WE HAVE A WINNER!

By random drawing of all the adults who completed the 2010 Adult Summer Reading Program, ReaderNation, at the Stratford Branch Library, Yvette Gardner won the $50 gift card for Amazon.com. Yvette plans on using her card to purchase a book of couples' devotions that she saw in a bookstore for $24.99. The book, "Love Dare" by Alex and Stephen Kendrick, is a couple's daily devotional featured in the movie, "Fireproof".

DING DONG - IT'S A NEW SCHOOL YEAR!

A new school year is ringing in. Are you and your children ready?

Masters of Disaster

 

Seeing as it's still hurricane season...we have a fun program for you to attend with your children this next Tuesday at 2:00 pm. Even though all of the other storms have petered out this year (hooray!), we still want to provide the opportunity of educating your children on the topic of severe weather. 

The American Red Cross will be hosting the "Masters of Disaster" program to teach kids (and adults) how to prepare for and act during a hurricane.  The program will last approximately one hour.

So come on by and become a 'Master of Disaster'!  (We completely understand if you hold to the belief that your child is already a kind of Master of Disaster, but just in case they have not yet achieved this status, or even if they have, please come anyways :)