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  • Celebrate
    National
    Library Week
    April 12-18







     

  • prisoner Middle School Book Club
    Lunch Time (Tues., & Thurs.,) @ the Library
    High School Book Club
    next meeting TBA - Mrs. Rooze - Room 123

  • Card Classes

    Times: Tuesdays at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.
    Dates: January 13, February 10, March 10 and April 14, 2015.
    Fee: $1

    Call to register at 628-3534
     










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  • Available at both libraries


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    @ Both Library Locations




  • Knitting Club
    Library Community Room
    Wednesdays
    10 a.m. - Noon

  • Library Web Site
  • Homework Hotline
    Math & Science Help

    www.AskRose.org



                                                                                          


     

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  • cookbookRecipe Request

    The library is putting together a cookbook to raise money for children's programming. We are asking our patrons to share some of their favorite recipes with us so we can publish a nice size volume. You may submit your recipes through This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
    or deliver them to the library.

    We appreciate your help with this endeavor.


    DEADLINE TO SUBMIT RECIPES - FEBRUARY 27
  • Best Books for Young Adults best of the best chosen by YALSA--Young Adult Library Services Association, American Library Association

    http://www.ala.org/yalsa/bfya/2012

    Best Young Adult Books 2013 from Goodreads

    https://www.goodreads.com/choiceawards/best-young-adult-fiction-books-2013

    Best Young Adult Books 2014 from Goodreads

    https://www.goodreads.com/choiceawards/best-young-adult-fiction-books-2014

    Readalikes -  If you liked reading ___ , then you might want to read....this site suggests titles based on what book you've just read

    http://atn-reading-lists.wikispaces.com/Read+Alikes

    101 Books for College bound Kids--read these before college http://www.greatschools.org/students/books/412-recommended-college-bound.gs

    Young Adult Books--What We're Reading Now from a young adult librarian and book reviewer

    http://booksbypamelathompson.blogspot.com/

    Lists for Teen Girls:

    Top Ten Books for Teen Girls

    http://jgaunt.hubpages.com/hub/Top-10-books-for-teenage-girls

    Lists for Guys:

    Boy Meets Book - best books for YA boys from Reading Rants

    http://www.readingrants.org/category/boy-meets-book/

    Boys Rule, Boys Read - a guy YA librarian picks some great reads for guys

    http://jaja-cas.blogspot.com/

    Books Every Guy Should Read - a page from Boys Rule, Boys Read

    http://boysrockbr.blogspot.com/2010/07/books-every-guys-should-read.html

    Guys Read - a website devoted to guys and reading; scroll down to the books and click on the link of your choice

    http://www.guysread.com/


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    Slow Cooker Feast

    Date: Tuesday, February 17
    Time: 6:30 p.m.
    Where: Library Community Room

    Your slow cooker can be your best friend and a source of good nutrition. The Howard County Extension Office is happy to bring you fresh ideas.

    Please call 628-3534 to register.



  • heart FEBRUARY - LOVE IS IN THE AIR

    After school snacks & craft projects:

    Tuesday, February 3 - 3:00– 3:45       
    Computer Heart Writing/Valentine Card Project


    Tuesday, February 10 - 3:00– 3:45      
    Paper Tube Heart Painting Project


    Tuesday, February 17 - 3:00– 3:45
    Make a Bubbly Valentine Love Potion & Decorate Rice Crispy Treat Heart Pops


    Call 628-2882 to Register  

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  • dams Mystery Author, Jeanne M. Dams
    Ms. Dams will bring books to sell and sign following the program.



      I’ve read English mysteries since I was a teen-ager... [It] bred in me a love of England that led to my first mystery series. I knew it was unlikely I could ever afford to live in a lovely little seventeenth-century cottage somewhere in Kent or Sussex—but if I created a character who did just that, I could live her life vicariously, and instead of costing me a fortune, that life would actually make me some money. Such a deal!” - From Jeanne M. Dams official website

    Date: Thursday, March 12
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    Where: Greentown Public Library

    Call 628-3534 to register.




  • “EVERYTHING IS AWESOME” LEGO CONTEST

    Enter your original LEGO creations in the Children’s Library LEGO Building Contest. Open to all elementary students and preschool. Entries accepted March 9 thru 13. The official rules and guidelines for the contest are available here or in the Quick Links Menu on the greentownlib.org site. It can also be picked up at the library prior to entering. LEGO creations will be displayed in the library, March 16 thru 27. Prizes: 1st place: $20, 2nd place: $15: 3rd place: $10.

       
    LEGOman   Prizes will be awarded on Monday, March 30

     





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  • What: Lunch Bunch Book Club
    When: Lunch Time (Tuesdays & Thursdays)
    Who:
    Middle School Students
    Where: Library
    *Bring a sack lunch

    What: High School Book Club
    When: next meeting TBA
    Who: High School Students
    Where: Room 123, Mrs. Rooze
    Book Title: Prisoner B-3087 by Alan Gratz

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    * Yanek Gruener is taken prisoner by Nazi soldiers. His arm is tattoed with the words PRISONER B-3087. Based on a true story.




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    Rolled Fabric Flowers

    Date: Thursday, Feb. 26
    Time: 6:30 p.m.

    Where: Library Community Room

    Have extra fabric laying around that you don’t know what to do with.
    These adorable flowers can be used in so-o-o many different ways:
    a wreath, a head-band, jewelry, etc.


    Call 628.3534 to register.


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    Pom-Pom Craft

    Date: Tuesday, Mar. 24
    Time:
    6:30 p.m.

    Where: Library Community Room

    You’ll love displaying these delightful bunnies and chicks this Easter.
    Cost for this craft is $2 for materials.


    Please call 628-3534 to register for this class.

  • Apple iWorks is an office suite of apps created by Apple which has released a web version.
    These apps can be used on Macs or PCs. All you need is a supported browser (Safari) and
    an iTunes account.


    Day/Time: Thursdays @ 6:30

    Feb. 19 - *Pages: Similar to Microsoft Word. During the 2 hour class you will learn the
    basics of the program including inserting graphics, graphs/charts, and formatting.


    Mar. 19 - *Keynote: Similar to Microsoft’s Power Point. Keynote, however, boasts
    some of the most entertaining and powerful presentation tools and animations out there.


    Apr. 16 - *Numbers: Similar to MS Excel, but unlike Excel it is incredibly simple to link data
    to live graphs and turn a spreadsheet into a full blown presentation of data instead of just
    numbers on the page. You can embed video, audio and graphics with ease all while
    communicating “numbers” to your viewer.


    *Attendees to this series of classes must come prepared with an Apple login.  
    Call 765.628.3534 to register.













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    What: Babes in Story Land
    When: Mondays,
    1st session - Jan. 12 – Feb. 16
    2nd session- March 2, 9, 16, 23
    Time: 11—11:30

    Age: Birth to 2 years

    What: Mother Goose
    When: Thursdays,
    1st session - Jan. 15 – Feb. 19
    2nd session- March 5, 12, 19, 26
    Time: 11—11:30

    Age: 3 years

    What: Story Hour
    When: Tuesdays,
    Jan 13– April 14
    Time: 10:30—11:30
    Age: 4-5 years


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    Registration is required for preschool programs. Call 628-2882 to register.

  • teddyteaTeddy Bear Tea Party Fundraiser

    The Greentown Children’s Library is holding a Teddy Bear Tea Party for mothers and daughters.

    Have afternoon tea with your teddy bear! Attendees are encouraged to dress in their best tea party attire (teddy bears, too!) There will be story time, photos, tea, sandwiches, crafts and entertainment.

    The event will be held at the Greentown Children’s Library on Saturday, April 18th from 1—3 p.m.

    The cost is $15 for adults and $10 for children under 12. Proceeds will fund children’s programming.

    Call to register for this very special event @ 628-2882 










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