Tuesday, July 5, 2011

FREE Library Happenings This Week 7/5-7/8/11

Take a look at this list of library events and write on your calendar ones you want to go to, so you won't forget. (Did I write that for you or me? We may never know.)

Tuesday 7/5/11
10 am Pintlala Branch (ages 0-13)
Book: Honey...Honey...LION by Jan Brett
Activity: Exploring ROCKS and ANIMAL
Craft: Painting Animals on Rocks
 
10 am Wetumpka Library Preschool Story Time 
Theme: Food & Fun
 
Big Mo and the Biscuits
 
1:30-3 pm Prattville Library
Let's make a Pinata Part 1 (ages 10+)
 
2 pm Wetumpka Library (Grades 1-6) Meets at Wetumpka Civic Center
 
Wednesday 7/6/11
10 am Pintala Branch Library (ages 0-13)
Hawaii
Book: Dumpling Soup by Jama Kim Rattigan
Activity: Learning to Hula Dance
Craft: Making Ocean Mobiles and Grass Skirts
 
10 am Rosa Parks Branch Library
Mr. Robert McCall will teach about Asian mythology and folklore.
 
10 am Rufus Lewis Branch Library
Bring and Decorate your own t-shirt

1 pm Morgan Memorial Library Branch (Grade K-5th)
Ireland with Terry Phillips (Our Summer Science Guy last year). Will share stories of leprechauns and fairies from the green island of Ireland. We will have a craft.

3:30-4:30 pm Prattville Library
PAWS dogs

5:30 pm Hampstead Branch (ages 0-3)
Good Night, Tiptoe by Polly Dunbar & One More Hug for Madison by Caroline Jayne Church. Counting sheep craft.

Thursday 7/7/11
10 am Pintala Branch Library (ages 0-13)
Australia
Book: Stories from the Billabong by James Vance Marshall
Activity: Learning some Australian FACTS
Craft: Making a paper quilt as a group
 
10:30 Morgan Memorial Library (ages 2-4)
Ireland-Mr. Terry Phillips will share stories of leprechauns and fairies from the green island of Ireland. We will make a craft.

1:30-3 pm Prattvile Library (grade 1-4)
Flat Stanley Book Club: The African Safari Discovery

Friday 7/8/11
10 am Wetumpka Library Preschool Story Time 
Theme: Food & Fun

10 am Coliseum Branch Library (preK-5th grade)
Movie: Ramona and Beezus

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