1 Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter August 2015 LIBRARY HOURS: Monday-Thursday: 10:00-9:00 Friday: 10:00-6:00 Saturday: 10:00-5:00 Sunday: CLOSED (July - August) CLOSED: Saturday, September 5, 2015 Sunday, September 6, 2015 Monday, September 7, 2015 Saturday, September 19 TOWN FAIR Raindate: Sunday, September 20 With full access to books, computers, audios, movies, music, and information, there's no better place for one-stop shopping!
2 TEEN - YOUNG ADULT THE LIBRARY Teen Summer Reading Program! Participating is an easy and fun way to reward yourself for continuing to read over the summer. Not only will your maintain (or increase your current reading level), but you will receive great prizes each week. Just keep track of the titles (or number of pages) you've read on your reading log, then visit the library and claim your free prize. You must be a Franklin Lakes resident entering sixth grade to twelfth grade to register. Extra Credit: Write a one paragraph book review for every book you've read, include the title, the author, a brief summary of the story and whether you recommend it or not. your review to: Each time you a book review, your name will be entered into a drawing to win a great prize. The winner will be announced at our End of Summer Reading Party on Tuesday, August 25 from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Art Kids Academy Wednesday, August 5th 3:30 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. Learn to draw your own superhero! All materials supplied. You must to in 5th grade to register for this program. Call the Children's Reference x 120 for more info and to register. Drop-In Movie Thursday, August 6th Contact the library for details on this award winning movie. Rated PG - Runtime 102 minutes.
3 Board Games and Ice Cream Sundaes Tuesday, August 11th - 3:30 p.m. Come with friends, play Apples-to-Apples, the Game of Life, Checkers or Chess. Then make yourself a stupendous ice cream sundae. No registration is required. Beach Blanket Bingo Tuesday, August 18th - 3:30 pm. Beat the heat, wear your sunglasses and play Bingo on your beach blanket. Win Great prizes too! No registration is required. Drop-In Movie Thursday, August 20th Contact the library for details on this award winning movie. Rated PG - Runtime 108 minutes. End of Summer Party Tuesday, August 25th - 4:00 p.m. Join us for a Summer Bash. Henna tattoos, snow cones, cotton candy & balloons animals. Wii games! Refreshments. You must have graduated 5th grade to attend.
4 Drop-In Craft in the Teen Room every Friday afternoon from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Teens Teaching Teens Would you like to teach a class to other teens at the library? You might choose to teach a class on something you are really good at - for example, would you like to show a group of teens how to make duct tape bracelets, origami, decorate flip-flops or sneakers beading, nail art, scrapbooking, rock painting, knitting, or simply show off your favorite apps? We will provide the materials, YOU supply your knowledge! Please contact Donna at x 104 if you are interested! Yn5 (Your Next Five) It's fast, it's free, and it's a perfect match! Try our personalized reading list service. Send us an with a brief description of authors or books you've read and liked. In return, we will send suggestions for your next five reads. Try it! Send your to: CHILDREN'S THE LIBRARY There's Still Time! Our 2015 Summer Reading Club theme this year is "EVERY HERO HAS A STORY" Franklin Lakes readers and pre-readers of all ages are encouraged to join our 2015 summer reading program. Visit the Children's Department and sign-up in person anytime during regular library hours. Every member of the Summer Reading Club receives a prize just for joining! Read as many books as you like throughout the summer and keep a record of how many you've read on your official reading log. Then let us know how you're doing when you visit the
5 library. Check in with us weekly and receive your prize! It's that easy! EVERY HERO HAS A STORY Reading Club begins Monday, June 22nd and ends Monday, August 17th. Paws for Reading for Grades 1-5 SUMMER HOURS Monday, August 10th 3:00 p.m. Make friends with well-behaved therapy dogs while polishing your reading and public speaking skills. No registration is required.call the Children's Reference x 120 for more info. Art Kids Academy - Superhero Art Workshop. Entering Grades 3 & up Wednesday, August 5th 3:30 p.m - 4:45 p.m. Find your creative side! Join at Art Kids Academy for some imaginative, artistic fun! Open to Franklin Lakes residents only. Call the Children's Reference x 120 for more info and to register.
6 Mr. Twister. Entering Grades K-5 Wednesday, August 12th You will be amazed as returning favorite Mr. Twister transforms ordinary balloons into fantastic sculptures! Sponsored by The Friends of the Library Open to Franklin Lakes residents only.call the Children's Reference x 120 for more info and to register. August Drop in Movies Thursdays, August 6th and 20th Come out of the heat and enjoy a fun, feature length children's film at the library! No registration is required. Homework Helpers Needed! Volunteer hours are available for high school students interested in becoming a Homework Helper at the library. The Homework Helpers program meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-5pm during the school year. If interested, please sign up in the Children's Department or call x 120. Save the Date - Saturday, September 19th Raindate: Sunday, September 20th Goodbye summer! Celebrate fall with us at the Annual Franklin Lakes Town Fair! Stop by our library booth for surprises, live entertainment and lots of fun.
7 September Drop In Movie Wednesday, September 2nd Stop in and enjoy this animated, feature length children's movie, full of adventure and fun! Rated PG, 94 minutes. No registration is required. ADULT THE LIBRARY That's A Bingo! Thursday, August 13th - 3:30 p.m. Come, relax and play a few games of Bingo. Bring your lucky charms and if the numbers are in your favor, you may win some great prizes. Refreshments will be served. No registration is required. All adults are welcome to attend. Color Your Cares Away: Coloring for Grown Ups! Wednesday, August 19th 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Touted as a therapeutic source of creativity and relaxation, adults everywhere are rediscovering coloring! Come to the library and de-stress as we color between and outside of the lines. Coloring sheets and colored pencils will be provided. Adults only please. No registration is required.
8 Friday Morning Book Club Meets at 10 a.m. All are welcome to attend this monthly book club which meets in the Local History Room on the 3rd Friday of each month. Contact x 106 with questions. No registration is required. All are welcome to attend. Friday Movie Matinee Friday, August 14th Friday, August 28th 1:00 p.m. Join us Friday afternoons for the Franklin Lakes Movie Matinee. See a great blockbuster film and enjoy light refreshments. Visit the Library or call for full details. This event is open to all and no registration is required. FRANKLIN LAKES PUBLIC LIBRARY 470 DeKorte Drive, Franklin Lakes, N.J Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/franklin-lakes-public-library/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/frlklibrary
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