Library announces giveaway events for week

April 4, 2015 - garden totes

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

Monday

• 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.

Tuesday

• 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)

Wednesday

• 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)

Thursday

• 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).

BOOK SALE

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 www.indianafreelibrary.org for updates, or call a library during (724) 465-8841 to learn some-more about these and other programs.

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