Friends of the North Channel Library Book Sale this weekend

book saleHelp the library raise money and stock your bookshelves at the same time!  The Friends of the North Channel Library will be holding their monthly Book Sale this Friday, May 3rd and Saturday, May 4th during the library's open hours.  The Friends group has all types of books and movies for sale.  All proceeds from the sale go directly to the North Channel Library to fund various library needs, such as summer performers, books and other items.  Don't miss our book sale this weekend!

North Channel Book Club

The Time Keeper by Mitch AlbomTime is on no one's side.  Instead it passes by, ignoring the pleas of those who would stop it and drowning out the cries of those who would speed it along.  Mitch Albom's novel, The Time Keeper, explores that theme.  Hidden away in a cave until Heaven meets Earth, Father Time is helpless to help those whose cries he hears every moment for millennia. But now, he is about to be released and sent to help two desperate people discover the meaning of time and what it holds.

Pointillism painting @ North Channel

pointillismKids, it's time for another Storybook Art program!   This month we will be exploring pointillsim, which is a style of art where you paint using small dots instead of brush strokes.  If you'd like to try it out, come to the North Channel Library on Monday, April 22nd @ 4:30 pm.  We'd love for you to join us!

Show Me the Monkey!

Do you love Curious George? Then be sure to celebrate the Week of the Young Child (April 14-21) with us! We'll be sharing a special Recycle, Reuse-Build a Sailboat! themed storytime courtesy of PBS/Channel 8. After sailing your own boat there will be an opportunity to  view an actual Curious George segment. So come join us on Tuesday, April 16th at 1:30 pm for some Curious Fun!!!

Photo courtesy of PBS

Wii Game Day!

Wii Game PlayersIt's that time again.  Meet up in the meeting room at North Channel Branch Library for Wii Game Day! Play starts at 4:30 pm, Wednesday, April 17.   Take a break from your busy school week and play a game or two with your friends.