Check out the complete Calendar of Events on the Events tab to see all the programs that are happening at your library! Join a Book Club or a Writing Group! Take an Illustration Class, sign up for free 1-on-1 advice on the new Health Care Reform, and encourage your kids to join us for the Summer Reading Program!
Join us July 17, 24, and 31 at 10:30 for more stories, crafts, and fun learning about heroes! The theme of this year’s SRP is “Every Hero has a Story” — what’s a hero to you? Who are your heroes? What makes someone a hero? On July 17th, Dave Ruch (http://daveruch.com/children.htm) will give a special children’s concert at 11:00 a.m. Don’t miss it!
This morning we had a visit from NY State Trooper Mike Keniston, Trooper Mike Kohan, and Tupper Lake Police Chief Eric Proulx, who came to speak to the children about heroes and how to be a hero. Then the officers showed the children the police car, with lights and sirens! Thank you to all our law enforcement officers who serve and protect and keep us safe!
See the photos here.
Join us July 17, 24, and 31 at 10:30 for more stories, crafts, and fun learning about heroes!
Gail Huntley, author from Long Lake, comes for a book talk. She’ll talk about her latest book: Long Lake: Adirondack Heartland, 1910-1980+. Join us at 5:30, upstairs in the library.
About the book: the rich traditions of the Long Lake settlers continue throughout this book as they battle fire, wind, treachery, disease, and local politics. This book follows the history through the heyday of the large hotels, stagecoaches, steamships, automobiles, and snowmobiles. The saga reveals how major international, national, and local events continued to impact these families nestled snug in the hamlet of Long Lake in the Adirondack Mountains of New York.
Read more about Gail and her books at: http://gailhuntley.com/.
Mark your calendars! Monday, June 29th we start registration for the Summer Reading Program. Come anytime after 10:00 to register, get some face painting, some give-aways, and some great books about heroes! Our theme this year is, “Every Hero has a Story.” Who’s your hero? Why? What makes a good hero?
Our weekly Tuesday morning Pre-K Story Time will continue (10:30) as usual.