Library announces giveaway events for week

April 4, 2015 - garden totes

The Indiana Free Library will offer a following giveaway programs subsequent week:


• Musical Mondays, 10:30 a.m.: “Five Little Ducks.” Especially for pre-readers. Learn some new songs and movement rhymes about 5 small ducks that impostor and waddle their approach into some fun adventures. Continue a module by singing and doing motions to many other songs about plantation animals. (Children’s department)

• Talk About with Tom, 7 p.m. The week of Apr 12 to 18 is National Library Week. Celebrate all of a total possibilities we have during a library. Participants will plead good times during a library, where libraries are going and because they are still so critical in a community. Refreshments will be served. (Reading Area)

• Play Mahjong, 7 p.m. Adults who like to play mahjong are invited to a Indiana Free Library on Mondays by Apr 27 to suffer a diversion with other enthusiasts and to labour skills. New players who wish to learn a basis are acquire as well. Dr. Ron Emerick will offer superintendence and suggestions on ways to urge skills. Contact Joanne Mast during (724)465-8841, ext. 6, for some-more information.


• Toddler Tales, 10:30 a.m. This is partial of “The Very Ready Reading Program.” Especially for children age 18 months to 3 years. Today’s module facilities many fun stories, songs and movement rhymes about baby chickens and small ducks. Staff will deliver a books “This Little Chick” and “Duck Sock Hop” to a immature assembly by articulate about a cover and a illustrations, so enlivening them to use their imaginations in guessing what competence occur via a text. (Children’s department)

• Spring Gardening Series: “Pruning,” 1 p.m. Join Master Gardener Charlie Venturella in this module covering a what, when, where and how of open pruning for pleasing yearlong results. Refreshments served. (Second building Community Room)


• Preschool Story Time, 10:30 a.m.: “Imaginary Creatures.” Especially for children ages 3 to 5. This is partial of “The Very Ready Reading Program.” Selections will underline “Wild Things,” monsters and trolls, as good as a qualification to finish a program. (Children’s department)

• Knitting Club, 10:30 a.m. Learn to weave or urge your skills. Beginners are welcome. Experienced knitter Celesta Capizzi will be on palm to learn and yield superintendence to both beginners and some-more gifted knitters. New knitters are welcome. (Community Room)

• IFL Book Club, 11 a.m.: “Until Tuesday,” by Luis Montalvan. “Until Tuesday” is a story of how dual bleeding warriors, who had given so most and suffered a consequences, found shelter in any other. It is a story about fight and peace, damage and recovery, psychological wounds and devout restoration.

But some-more than that, it is a story about a adore between a male and dog, and how, together, they healed any other’s souls. A snack will be served.

• Wednesday Evening Story Time, 6:30 p.m.: “Chicks and Ducks.” Tonight’s module facilities stories, hothouse rhymes and a qualification about baby chickens and small ducks. By singing hothouse rhymes, children learn pitch, volume and a stroke of language. (Children’s department)

• Knitting Clinic, 7 p.m. Need assistance with a needlework project? Join Pat Simkins Wednesday evenings for advice, tips and techniques. This is not a grave needlework class, though a hospital to assistance solve specific problems. Drop-ins are welcome. (AV area, initial floor)


• Book Babies, 10:30 a.m.: “Let’s Plant a Garden!” Especially for small ones from birth to 18 months. This is partial of “The Very Ready Reading Program.” The thought of a garden competence be new to a infants, so we’ll deliver things we competence find there. Discover moles digging, rabbits hopping and flowers flourishing in a books “In My Flower” and “Who’s in a Garden?” Continue a fun by training some new movement songs while also enjoying some aged favorites. (Children’s department)

• Pins and Patches Quilting Group, 1 to 3 p.m. Beginners and gifted quilters are welcome. No knowledge is necessary. Experienced quilter Jan Keating will be on palm to learn and yield guidance. (Community Room).


Indiana Free Library’s annual two-day Spring Used Book Sale will be hold from noon to 5 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday during a library.

Spring into reading with thousands of books, films, song CDs and audiobooks suitable for all interests and ages.

Shoppers will also have a event to squeeze a T-shirt or receptacle bag featuring a particular IFL owl trademark to uncover their support for a library.

The Indiana Free Library is located during Ninth and Philadelphia streets. Check out a website during for updates, or call a library during (724) 465-8841 to learn some-more about these and other programs.

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