Look Out for Lions!

If you missed it we had lots of fun last Saturday at the Maud Marks Asian Pacific Heritage Festival!  Performers and patrons came from all over the area to make crafts, sample food, and watch the lions dance for a finale.  

Thank a Nurse - National Nurse's Week

National Nurses Week is a week that we can pay tribute to the thousands of nurses who dedicate their lives to caring for others. The week began on Sunday, May 6th, with National Nurses Day; continues May 8th as National Student Nurses Day, and concludes on May 12th which is International Nurses Day and also Florence Nightingale’s birthday. Nightingale is considered to be the founder of modern nursing. Her legacy lives on in the pledge that all nurses make before they begin their profession.

Summer Volunteer Applications Now Available!

If you’re in junior high or above and are looking for a way to help out this summer come and volunteer at the Maud Marks Library!  Application packets are available now at the information desk and are due on May 19.  This summer we have two sessions, so just pick one and give us the information when you return your completed application.  Orientation information is also available in the packet.  Thanks very much for your help!



April Showers Bring May Leis

 At our Asian Pacific Heritage Festival on Saturday, May 5 from 1-4 come make your own paper leis.

Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

May is the month to show some appreciation for the Asian-Pacific Americans who made contributions to America.  On Saturday, May 5, 2012, at 1 pm we will be celebrating at the library with crafts, fun and food, but until then here are a few  books or  DVD's to get you started. The countries of Asia and the islands of the Pacific are at your fingertips.