Events

Memorial Day & More

Hello Aldine Library friends. Just a quick reminder for parents- and all library users- that we will be no Pajama Storytime on Monday, May 25th as we will be CLOSED  for Memorial Day.

Además, no habrá clases de inglés el martes 26 de mayo.

Teen DIY: Origami is Today in the Teen Zone!

Teens - Create some beautiful objects by folding paper provided by the Friends of Freeman Library. We'll be in the Zone today @ 4:30 PM.

TGIF Programs Hosts Tech Q&A This Friday Morning

Please join TGIF Programs in the upstairs Training Lab this Friday at 10:30 AM for our Technology Question and Answer Series. This will be a great time to ask Freeman Library staff and other attendees about computers, smartphones, devices, and eContent from the HCPL Digital Media Catalog.

Is It Science Or Is It Art?

Who’s ready for some Science? No? Okay, let’s try something else! Who’s ready for some Artistic Science? Ah I knew I’d get your attention there. If you want to find out what exactly I am talking about, come and join us for Silly Science on May 12th @ 4:30 PM in the Robin Bush Activity Room. See you then!

The May Adult Crafts-to-Go Project is Here!

Adults – please stop by the upstairs Reference Desk, to pick up your own Adult Crafts-To-Go kit. This month's project is a decorative door hanger. This free kit will include all materials necessary as well as instructions. This project will be available while supplies last.

World Premiere of the 2015 Summer Reading Movie: Super Charged!

You are invited to the World Premiere of  Super Charged, the 2015 Summer Reading Promotional Movie. Many community children helped create this movie under the direction of David Novosad, our Children's Librarian to promote this summer's theme of "Be a Hero." Showtime is  Monday, May 4 at 6:30 pm. Come and find out what your super power is.

Shining a Light on the Library

Customers Shoping for BooksThis past Saturday the Friends of the Northwest Library held a book sale. The money made from book sales goes directly towards supporting the library. With those funds the community is able to enjoy additional materials for checkout or attend special programs. So you can imagine how worried everyone was to learn the building lost power the day of the sale!

Determined to carry on, the Friends held the sale, and the people came. Armed with phones and flashlights, shoppers searched for those special titles. In the end the Friends ended up with one of its most successful book sales in years. It just goes to show that you can't keep a book lover or library supporter down.

Check out the other pictures here.

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