1 EARLY LITERACY JANUARY APRIL 2016 STORY TIME CLASSES JANUARY 12 APRIL 30 (No Story Times March 8 12 & April 19 23) HOW TO ATTEND STORY TIME All Story Times are held in the 2 nd floor. Get your free ticket at the 2 nd floor Ask Us desk on the day of the class. Space is limited. Park your stroller along the yellow wall and gather your valuables. Have fun! WEEKDAY MORNINGS BABIES A Lapsit Class u 0 17 months Wednesdays 10:30, 11:00, 11:30 am TODDLERS u months Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:00 am WEE READERS u 0 23 months Fridays 10:00 am 2 YEARS Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 10:30 am 3 5 YEARS Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 11:00 am NEW TIMES NEW CLASS SPECIAL STORY TIME EVENTS FOR 3 5 YEARS KIDS DANCE PARTY January 12, 14, 15 11:00 am Story Time is back! Let s dance! PUPPET SHOW March 1, 3, 4 11:00 am Big Bad Wolf vs. Mother Goose Find out who wins in Mo Willem s That Is Not a Good Idea! MEET SPLAT THE CAT April 26, 28, 29 11:00 & 11:30 am Splat the Cat is coming to Frisco! Snap a picture with Splat after the 11:30 class. EVENINGS & WEEKENDS SHAKE, RATTLE, & READ Wednesdays 6:30 pm Wiggle out and wind down the day as a family! SATURDAY STORIES u 2 years Saturdays 10:30 am u 3 5 years Saturdays 11:00 am
2 FAMILY EVENTS COME, PLAY & LEARN Enjoy fun learning activities for young children on a come-and-go basis. Adult must accompany child. Workshops Frisco Public Library u Ages Birth 5 years April :00 am 12:00 pm and 6:00 8:00 pm Children s Program Room CALDECOTT CELEBRATION Monday, February 15 6:30 8:00 pm 1 st floor, Council Chambers You voted now let s see who won! Celebrate the winner of the Caldecott Award for best illustrated picture book of Come for special readings, refreshments, and a sketch-off contest between FISD, FPL, and a published illustrator! SENSORY STORY TIME u Families with children ages 8 & under Saturday, March 12 3:00 3:45 pm Enjoy a family story time geared toward children who are on the autism spectrum and/or are sensitive to sensory overload. Enjoy books, songs, and sensory activities. Register online beginning March 4. WORKSHOPS & TOOLS FOR CAREGIVERS TAKE AN ONLINE COURSE Take an online early literacy class taught by our librarians. Earn up to 3 hours CE credit. To get started, visit MAKE EACH DAY A LEARNING DAY Sign up for weekly early literacy tips sent from our librarians. to to join.
3 ELEMENTARY JANUARY APRIL 2016 Space is limited. Tickets for all classes are available at the 2 nd floor Ask Us desk 30 minutes before the class begins, unless noted otherwise. READ TO ROVER u Grades 1 5 Saturdays January 9, February 13 March 19, April 9 3:00 4:00 pm Build read-aloud confidence while reading to man s best friend! Grab your favorite book and read to a therapy dog. THERAPY PALS FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS u Grades K 6 and their families Saturday, January 16 3:00 4:00 pm Students with special needs and their families are invited to visit, play, and read with a specially trained Therapy Pals dog. *Register online beginning January 8. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CELEBRATION AND EXHIBIT Monday, January 18 12:00 8:00 pm Explore an interactive exhibit that celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. s life and his impact on the Civil Rights Movement. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS u Ages Saturday, January 23 2:00 3:30 pm 1 st floor, Council Chambers Learn how to establish a friendly and immediate rapport with others to persuade and inspire them. Presented by Speak Up Frisco Toastmasters Club. * d50toastmasters.org to register. GOAL SETTING AND PLANNING u Ages Saturday, January 30 2:00 3:30 pm 1 st floor, Council Chambers Learn the art and science of achieving your desired outcomes by using a strategic approach. Presented by Speak Up Frisco Toastmasters Club. * d50toastmasters.org to register. HARRY POTTER BOOK NIGHT Thursday, February 4 6:30 8:00 pm Children s Area Celebrate Harry on the second annual worldwide Harry Potter Book Night. Play games, make artsy crafts, and keep an eye on the sky for surprise guests whooooo may fly in! CALDECOTT CELEBRATION Monday, February 15 6:30 8:00 pm 1 st floor, Council Chambers You voted now let s see who won! Celebrate the winner of the Caldecott Award for best illustrated picture book of Come for special readings, refreshments, and a sketch-off contest between FISD, FPL, and a local illustrator! UPCYCLING CRAFTS u Grades 1 5 Monday, April 25 3:00 4:00 pm Get crafty and celebrate Earth Day with Frisco Environmental Services.
4 Space is limited. Tickets for all classes are available at the 2nd floor Ask Us desk 30 minutes before the class begins, unless noted otherwise. SPRING BREAK EXPLORATION STATIONS u Grades K 2, Monday, March 7 u Grades 3 5, Tuesday, March 8 3:00 3:45 pm or 4:00 4:45 pm Rotate through hands-on activities to explore science and engineering topics. Facilitated by teens on the Library s Frisco Advisory Board. Please attend only one class. FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT Thursday, March 10 6:30 8:00 pm Join us for snacks and a showing of Emperor s New Groove (Rated G). Bring blankets and pillows. *Ticket not required. LEGO LANDMARKS u Grades 4 8 Wednesday, March 9 3:00 pm or 4:00 pm Recreate famous landmarks from around the world with LEGOs. Please attend only one class. LIFE-SIZED BOARD GAME BONANZA Friday, March 11 2:00 4:00 pm Simpson Plaza Calling all families! Join us on Simpson Plaza in front of the library for an afternoon of competition with life-sized board games. *Ticket not required. CONTESTS POETRY CONTEST u Grades 1 12 March 11 April 15 Students are invited to submit original poems. Entry forms available beginning March 11 at the library and on our website. Submit poems by April 15 in person or online at BOOKMARK CONTEST: SPORTS EDITION u Ages 2 12 May 2 May 8 Decorate a sports themed bookmark for the library to celebrate Children s Book Week. Winners will receive a prize and their bookmark will be reproduced and distributed. Entry forms available beginning May 2 at the library and on our website. Submit bookmarks in person to Frisco Public Library by May 8. LONE STAR STUDENT STORYTELLER AUDITIONS Ages 8-18 March 1 May 1 Want to polish your public speaking skills and captivate an audience with a story? Audition to perform at the Lone Star Storytelling Festival in October Pick up audition packets beginning on March 1 at the library or online at Must be ages 8-18 to enter. Deadline for entry is May 1.
5 JANUARY MAY 2016 TEENS GRADES 6-12 JOIN THE GROUP TEEN ANIME CLUB TEEN ANIME CLUB WE VE MOVED TO SATURDAYS! u Grades 6 12 Saturdays January 9, February 6, March 5, April 2 4:00 5:00 pm 1 st floor, Teen Room Do you like to read manga, watch anime, eat Japanese candy, cosplay, and hang out with your fellow otaku? Join our Teen Anime Club! TEEN WRITERS GROUP u Grades 6 12 Saturdays January 16, February 13, March 12, April 9 4:00 5:00 pm 1 st floor, Teen Room Meet other writers to discuss story ideas, get writing tips, and share your work. The meeting on March 12 is the Teen Writer s Workshop. YA BOOK CLUB u Adults and Teens, Ages 16+ Tuesdays January 19, February 16, March 15, May 17 Always waiting for the next Divergent or Maze Runner to come out? Can t wait for Rainbow Rowell s new book? Come discuss your favorite books and authors with other fans! No meeting in April. TECH TEENS u Grades 6 12 Thursdays January 28, February 25, April 7 6:00 7:00 pm 1 st floor, Teen Room Let s talk tech! We ll explore coding, app and website development, digital design, circuits, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, 3D printing, technology careers, and more! *Ticket not required FREE ACT/SAT STARTUP PRACTICE TEST u Grades 6 11 Saturday, January 9 10:30 am 12:30 pm This free practice test administered by Princeton Review combines questions from the ACT and the redesigned SAT to give students exposure to both tests in a single testing experience. *Registration is required. Sign up online beginning January 5. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS u Ages Saturday, January 23 2:00 3:30 pm 1 st floor, Council Chambers Learn how to establish a friendly and immediate rapport with others to persuade and inspire them. Presented by Speak Up Frisco Toastmasters Club. * to register. GOAL SETTING AND PLANNING u Ages Saturday, January 30 2:00 3:30 pm 1 st floor, Council Chambers Learn the art and science of achieving your desired outcomes by using a strategic approach. Presented by Speak Up Frisco Toastmasters Club. * to register.
6 SPRING BREAK PLAYLIST CONTEST Create a playlist for your favorite book! Submit a CD with all the songs you think would make a great soundtrack to your favorite book and you could win a prize! Submit your CD to the Teen Room Ask Us desk by Friday, March 11. Check our website for full rules and details: friscolibrary.com/ playlistcontest. TECH TEENS u Grades st floor, Teen Room Monday, March 7 6:00 7:00 pm Stop by for tech shenanigans! Participants at the meetings in January & February will vote on which tech topics we ll explore. Thursday, March 10 3:00 4:00 pm Tinker, Engineer, Create, and Hack alongside experts from Perot Museum when the TECH Truck drives to FPL for hands-on science & tech activities. * Tickets available at the 1 st floor Teen desk 30 minutes before the class begins. LEGO LANDMARKS u Grades 4 8 Wednesday, March 9 3:00 pm or 4:00 pm Recreate famous landmarks from around the world with LEGOs. Please attend only one class. *Tickets available at the 2 nd floor Ask Us desk 30 minutes before the class begins. FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT Thursday, March 10 6:30 8:00 pm Join us for a snacks and a showing of Emperor s New Groove (Rated G). Bring blankets and pillows. *Ticket not required. LIFE-SIZED BOARD GAME BONANZA Friday, March 11 2:00 4:00 pm Simpson Plaza Calling all families! Join us on Simpson Plaza in front of the library for an afternoon of competition with life-sized board games. TEEN WRITERS WORKSHOP u Grades 6 12 Saturday, March 12 4:00 5:00 pm 1 st floor, Teen Room Jeramey Kraatz, author of the Cloak Society series, will lead writers through several activities in order to develop their skills. Come get advice from a published author! POETRY CONTEST u Grades 1 12 March 11 April 15 Students are invited to submit original poems. Entry forms available beginning March 11 at the library and on our website. Submit poems by April 15 in person or online at poetrycontest. NORTH TEXAS TEEN BOOK FESTIVAL Saturday, April 23 8:00 am 5:00 pm Irving Convention Center 500 W. Las Colinas Blvd. Irving, TX Join us and the Irving Public Library at the second annual North Texas Teen Book Festival! There will be over 50 young adult authors interacting with attendees on panels, book signings, and more. See our website for more information. VolunTEEN CORPS The VolunTEEN Corps is comprised of FAAB, or Frisco Action & Advisory Boards. It is a community service initiative that offers middle and high school students in grades 6 12 an opportunity for civic involvement at Frisco Public Library. Students will receive credit hours for school or service organizations for their active involvement in the program. Learn
7 ADULTS JANUARY MAY 2016 INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY JOB SKILLS COMPUTER CLASSES Mondays 10:00 11:00 am and 1 st floor, Computer Lab WORD I Jan 11 March 14 WORD II Jan 18 EXCEL I Feb 1 April 4 EXCEL II Feb 8 April 11 EXCEL III Feb 15 April 18 POWER POINT Feb 22 BEGINNER 3D DESIGN Jan 14, Feb 11, Mar 3, Apr 14 7:00 8:00 pm 1 st floor, Computer Lab Learn the basics of using Tinkercad.com to design objects that can be printed on the library s 3D printer. INTERMEDIATE 3D DESIGN Jan 28, Feb 25, Mar 24, Apr 28 7:00 8:00 pm 1 st floor, Computer Lab Take the next step: Learn to use 123Design, a simple but powerful design software for creating 3D objects. PHOTOSHOP BASICS Monday, February 29 1 st floor, Computer Lab A class for beginners new to the Photoshop software. Learn the basics of using layers to edit images and create documents. VIDEO EDITING BASICS Monday, March 28 1 st floor, Computer Lab Beginners will learn the basics of video editing. APP DESIGN CLASSES: FROM IDEA TO APP STORE January 25, April 25 1 st floor, Computer Lab Learn about the process of how to make your idea for an app a reality.
8 ADULTS JANUARY MAY 2016 ADULT EDUCATION ESL LANGUAGE LAB STARTING AND MAINTAINING YOUR BUSINESS, A to Z Saturday, January 16 11:00 am 12:30 pm Participants will learn what to consider when starting a new business, such as creating a business plan, marketing, choosing the right type of business, tax implications, and much more. SAVING FOR COLLEGE Thursday, January 28 7:00 pm 8:15 pm Invest in your child s future without sacrificing yours. This seminar will help parents define a college savings goal and determine costs while balancing retirement and college savings. TAX PREPARATION ESL LANGUAGE LAB Tuesday, January 12 April 26 (No class on March 8 or April 19) 6:00 8:00 pm Join us for two hours of grammar, pronunciation, and conversation lessons. Speakers of all languages are welcome to join. Thursday & Saturday February 4 April 14 10:00 am 3:00 pm, Thurs 11:00 am 2:00 pm, Sat 4th floor, McCallum Room AARP volunteers will be available to help you complete your tax returns. Assistance is given on a first come, first served basis. Please bring your social security card, driver s license, last year s tax return, and all of your current year tax documents.
9 ADULTS JANUARY MAY 2016 BOOKS AND LITERATURE CONTESTS Submit entry by February 29, 2016.Find contest rules and directions for submissions at FIRST CHAPTER CONTEST Submit the first 10 pages of your original, unpublished work to our contest! Winning entry will be professionally reviewed by Henery Press, an award-winning local publisher. FLASH FICTION CONTEST u Adults and Teens, Ages 17+ Calling all short story writers! Submit your original, unpublished work of 500 words or less in any genre, style, or theme. Winners will be featured in an ebook and honored at the Spring Writer s Reception. BOOK CLUBS STITCHERS BOOK CLUB First Thursday of the month Fiction and nonfiction. Bring your needlework and discuss our monthly book pick. UNDEAD & UNREAD Second Tuesday of the month Science fiction and fantasy. YA BOOK CLUB u Adults and Teens, Ages 16+ Third Tuesday of the month (No meeting in April) Discuss young adult books. WRITE CLUB Second Monday of the month 6:45 8:30 pm Share your work and meet other local writers. CLASSIC READERS BOOK CLUB u Adults, Ages 50+ Third Wednesday of the month (No meeting in April) 10:00 11:00 am Frisco Senior Center Fiction and nonfiction. READER S CHOICE BOOK CLUB Fourth Tuesday of the month Fiction and nonfiction. SISTERS IN CRIME NORTH DALLAS Fourth Sunday of the month (No meeting in March) 2:00 4:00 pm Join this national community of mystery writers and readers to share advice, support, and network. EVENT MEET THE AUTHOR JOANNE FLUKE WEDDING CAKE MURDER (HANNAH SWENSEN SERIES #19) Thursday, February 25 Joanne Fluke is coming to Frisco to talk about her latest book, The Wedding Cake Murder, the 19th book from the Hannah Swensen Series. Enjoy a delightful evening with the author at the free program at 7:00 pm. A book signing will follow the program. Reserve your spot for the exclusive private reception at 6:15 pm for $30.00, where you will meet the author, receive a signed copy of the book and enjoy refreshments. For more details go to
10 ADULTS JANUARY MAY 2016 ARTS AND CULTURE HOOPLA Stream movies, TV shows, music, eaudiobooks, and more with the Hoopla app. MEDITATION FOR HEALTH AND JOY u Teens and Adults, Ages 13+ Third Sunday of the month (No class in May) 4:00 5:00 pm Learn simple but powerful meditation tools. BOARD GAME CLUB Second Sunday of the month (No meeting in May) 2:00 4:30 pm Bring your game face for some board gaming fun! RUBBER STAMPING 101 Third Thursday of the month (No class in May) 7:00 8:00 pm (January class will be in the 5 th floor, City Room) Discover the excitement of rubber stamping! Learn the basics as well as different techniques you can use to make greeting cards and other fun paper crafts! All supplies are provided for two projects each month. EVENT FAMILY ORIGAMI NIGHT Wednesday, March 9 Come join us for an introduction to the art of origami! All supplies are provided. YOGA CLASS u Teens and Adults, Ages 13+ First Sunday of the month (No classes in January or May) 4:00 5:15 pm Learn basic yoga techniques, including physical postures, breathing methods, and meditation. Please bring your own yoga mat and wear loose, comfortable clothing. No previous experience required.
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VIKING NEWSLETTER January/February, 2016 Dear MMS Families Over the last year, the Edmonds School District has been researching and discussing a topic I know most of us wish we did not have to explore.
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