Tuesday, October 11 at 6:30 pm

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Tuesday, October 11 at 6:30 pm"

Transcription

1 Cornerstone of the Community JESSE M. SMITH MEMORIAL LIBRARY 100 Tinkham Lane, Harrisville, RI 02830, , jmslibrary.org VISIT US ON NEWSLETTER Saturday, Oct. 1, :00 pm Jesse Smith Library Community Room There will be a Friends Members Only Preview Sale Saturday, Oct. 1: 9:00 am to 10:00 am Memberships accepted at the door. SPONSORED BY: THIS OCTOBER CELEBRATE... Libraries of Burrillville Month. Visit our libraries to see all the wonderful things going on. Jesse M. Smith Memorial Library 100 Tinkham Lane, Harrisville, RI Pascoag Library 57 Church Street, Pascoag, RI This month stop by and pick up a Libraries of Burrillville card at either library. We will stamp your card for any activity you attended at either library. Attend at least 3 programs and you will be entered into a book basket raffle at the library of your choice. RHODE ISLAND S HAUNTED RAMTAIL FACTORY Tuesday, October 11 at 6:30 pm Learn about the infamous Ramtail Factory, Rhode Island's officially haunted site as per the 1885 State Census. Learn the secrets as to why it is haunted and who actually still roams the ruins centuries after their demise. A very educational and mysterious account sure to fascinate. No registration necessary. Free and open to the public.

2 BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP For adults HELD ON THE 2ND WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH 11:15 AM - 12:30 PM October 12 November 9 All The King s Men My Name Is Red By: Robert Penn Warren By: Orhan Pamuk Copies of the books are available at the circulation desk. Any questions, please see Lynn at Circulation. EVERYONE IS WELCOME. BRING A FRIEND! ONGOING PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY The Friends of the Library is a group of volunteers who plan fundraising events to benefit the library. Through their efforts, the library is able to host a variety of events including the Riverwalk Times, the winter CoffeeHouse series and more. Please join us! The more Friends we have, the better! Next meeting: Wednesday, October 6:30 pm. THURSDAY KNITTING GROUP meets every Thursday at 6 pm in the Children s Program Room. Enjoy an evening of knitting or crocheting with others. Share your skills, ask questions, grow your craft. Whether you re just learning, sharpening up your skills or have years of experience, we urge you to join us! Yarn and knitting needles are available. Ages 10 to 100! TRIVIAL PURSUIT Are you a trivia nut? Join this group of like-minded adults who test their wits during adult trivial pursuit games. Most Saturday mornings from 10 am to 12 noon, and on the 3 rd Tuesday of each month at 7 pm, you ll find this group in the library conference room. Call ahead to be sure there is a game. WRITER S GROUP FOR ADULTS MEETS EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY This writing group for adults was organized to provide a supportive atmosphere where participants can share ideas and experiences as they pursue their development of the craft of writing. No sign-up needed. Open to all adult writers.

3 RECYCLED BOOK PUMPKIN FOR ADULTS Saturday, October 8 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Community Room This is a FREE Program. Registration Required Join us to create this festive fall craft from recycled materials. Closed Monday, October 10 in honor of Columbus Day. The Jesse Smith Library was awarded a $500 State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations House of Representatives Legislative Grant under the sponsorship of Representative Cale Keable. The purpose of the grant was to purchase a variety of teen friendly seating to promote the library as a community gathering place for teens. We sincerely thank Representative Keable for his support of the library!

4 T H E C H I L D R E N S D E P A R T M E N T SCHEDULE FOR Sept 19 - Nov 19 All programs are held in the Children s Program Room unless noted otherwise. HALLOWEEN Event October 22, 10:30 12:00 MONDAY 1:00 PM, Weekly Music & Movement Community Room TUESDAY Drop-in Play Group 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Weekly Lego Club 4:30 PM -5:30 PM, Weekly Pokémon Club WEDNESDAY Toddler Time with Miss Lisa 1:30 PM, Weekly All Ages Storytime with Miss Casey 4:30 PM, Every other week Science Club THURSDAY Preschool Storytime with Miss Lisa FRIDAY Baby Time with Miss Casey SATURDAY Drop-in Playgroup 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM, Weekly Lego Club Held in our community room in the concourse. Join the fun in this 8 session, 30-minute interactive program for toddlers & preschoolers, featuring singing, guitar music, dancing, rhythm instruments, stories and a variety of fun props, including a parachute, beanbags, scarves, and more! Discover more about Deb Hudgins by visiting her website Big Pumpkin by Erica Silverman STORY WALK FUN GAMES CRAFT CANDY Costumes encouraged Open to all ages Mondays at 1:00 PM Sept. 19 th Nov. 14 th Sponsored by the Friends of Jesse M. Smith Memorial Library

5 SCIENCE CLUB IS BACK and BETTER THAN EVER! MAGIC TREE HOUSE BOOK CLUB Mondays at 6:00 pm September 26, October 3, 17, 24 For grades K-3 Join the ADVENTURE and DISCOVER how exciting reading can be! We will learn about Dinosaurs, Knights & Castles, Mummies, Pyramids, and Pirates! There will be weekly challenges involving reading and introductory research skills. Each session (approx mins.) will include a read aloud portion, along with discussion, activities and FUN! This 4-week program is designed for students in grades K-3 and is limited to 12 participants, so sign up SOON at the Children s Room desk, or by calling the library! ELEMENTARY BOOK CLUB OCTOBER 6, 4:30 PM First Thursday of the month. For grades 3-5. We will be reading the Rhode Island Children s Book Award 2017 Nominees in anticipation of the Rooster Games. Read Ratscalibur by Josh Lieb for discussion at the October 6th meeting and help choose the next months selections. Copies available at the circulation desk. Fun and interesting science, technology, engineering, and math (S.T.E.M.) activities and experiments! Kids will also have the opportunity to share their science facts or observations with the group each session as they fill their Observation Journals. For ages 7 and up, sign-up required Every Other Wednesday: Oct. 12, 26 and Nov. 9 from 4:30-5:30 PM BEGINS SEPT NOV. 19 POKEMON CLUB Use cards or video game systems to battle and trade with each other or just hang out and talk about your favorite Pokémon! PLAY GROUP Tuesdays & Saturdays at 10:30 AM TODDLER TIME (1-3 years) Wednesdays at 10:30 AM ALL AGES Wednesdays at 1:30 PM PRESCHOOL (3-6 years) Tuesdays, October 4, 11, 18, 25 Thursdays at 10:30 AM 4:30-5:30 PM (during LEGO Club!) (Birth-2 years) BABY TIME Fridays at 10:30 AM ONGOING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN LITERACY TAILS Tuesdays, 10/4 & 6:00, 6:15, 6:30, and 6:45 PM Read to credentialed therapy dogs in the quiet and relaxed atmosphere of the library. Great for reluctant readers or those who just LOVE to be around dogs. Bring your own books or choose from all the wonderful books in the Children s Department. For ages LEGOS... Tuesdays, 3:00-6:00 PM & Saturdays, 12:00-4:00 PM Drop in anytime during the above times and build your own masterpiece. Children 5 and older do not need supervision.

6 Annual Craft & Vendor Fair Saturday, November 5, 2016 Sponsored by The Friends of Jesse Smith Library 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM F R E E Your one stop shopping opportunity for unique gifts for the upcoming holidays! Raffle Prizes Raffle item donated by Crafters & Vendors. All proceeds benefit the Jesse M. Smith Memorial Library. ADMISSION BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP For adults HELD ON THE 2ND WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH, 11:15 AM - 12:30 PM Titles for Upcoming Meetings DECEMBER 14, Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro JANUARY 11, The Boys In The Boat by Daniel Brown FEBRUARY 8, Read Across Rhode Island Selection MARCH 8, Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee APRIL 12, The Invention Of Nature by Andrea Wulf MAY 10, The Girls of Atomic City by Denise Kiernan JUNE 14, Hillbilly Elegy: A memoir of family and culture in crisis by J. D. Vance Friends of the Jesse Smith Library Silent Auction Come in and bid on some unique and amazing gift baskets. (Bidding ends at 2:00 PM on the 26th) November 12-26, 2016

7 Teen Movie Saturday, October 1 PM The Community Room The Nightmare Before Christmas Teen Advisory Board Tuesday, October 4 PM The Community Room Join us to help plan events and recommend books for teens! It is a great way to earn some volunteer hours! Teen Book Club Tuesday, October 4 PM The Community Room Do you enjoy reading? Then join our book club! This month will be the first meeting of our monthly book club. We will be reading the Rhode Island Teen Book Award Nominee, The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin Stop by the circulation desk to pick up a copy. Teen Hangout 5 Days a week! Monday-Thursday 2-6 PM Friday 2-4:45 PM Ages In the Community Room Come and hang out with your friends, use a computer, play on the Wii, have a snack and do an activity or craft. Teens may come and go from the hangout anytime during the open hours. Teen Halloween Lock-in Friday, October 14th 5-10 PM Ages Costumes are encouraged! Registration is required and must be done by October 7th. Parent or guardian must be present at the time of registration. You cannot have a history of inappropriate behavior to attend this program.

8 Cornerstone of the Community JESSE M. SMITH MEMORIAL LIBRARY HOURS MONDAY 8:00 pm TUESDAY 8:00 pm WEDNESDAY 8:00 pm THURSDAY 10:00 pm - 8:00 pm FRIDAY 5:00 pm SATURDAY 5:00 pm 100 Tinkham Lane Harrisville, RI jmslibrary.org

Eagle Public Library Calendar of Classes and Events July The Library will be closed July 4

Eagle Public Library Calendar of Classes and Events July The Library will be closed July 4 Eagle Public Library Calendar of Classes and Events July 2016 The Library will be closed July 4 REGULAR PROGRAMS Monday, July 11, 18, 25 Baby Readers: 10:30 am (ages birth 18 months) Stories, songs, and

More information

Tri-Township Public Library 209 South Main Street Troy, IL 62294

Tri-Township Public Library 209 South Main Street Troy, IL 62294 Hours Monday-Thursday: 9am-8pm Friday: 9am-5pm Saturday: 9am-4pm Sunday: Closed Tri-Township Public Library 209 South Main Street Troy, IL 62294 Contact Us Phone: (618) 667-2133 Website: http://troylibrary.org

More information

Off the Shelf. Allen Park Public Library. Issue 12 December Saving Money By Using the Library. Holiday Closures

Off the Shelf. Allen Park Public Library. Issue 12 December Saving Money By Using the Library. Holiday Closures Saving Money By Using the Library Let the library save you money this holiday season with our holiday gift guide featuring free resources available to you if you hold an Allen Park library card! Before

More information

Coaldale Public Library

Coaldale Public Library The living room of the community Coaldale Public Library May/June 2016 Ph. : 403-345-1340 Fax : 403-345-1342 help@coaldalelibrary.ca www.coaldalelibrary.ca coaldalelibrary Coaldale Public Library Each

More information

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1100 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek, 33063 954-545-6670

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1100 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek, 33063 954-545-6670 PEE WEE BASKETBALL AGES 1 TO 5 YEARS PEE WEE SOCCER Designed to teach children the fundamentals of basketball For boys and girls ages 3 to 5 Parent participation is mandatory Thursdays, October 20 to December

More information

FALL. Programs For Kids. Sept. Nov new lenox public library on the commons

FALL. Programs For Kids. Sept. Nov new lenox public library on the commons FALL Programs For Kids for Sept. Nov. 2016 new lenox public library on the commons Mondays Movers & Shakers Mon., Sept. 12, 19, 26, & Oct. 3, 10 (no class Sept. 5) Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, & Dec. 5

More information

Clymer Library Community Connection

Clymer Library Community Connection January Happenings Clymer Library Community Connection January 2017 Relive Classic Cinema With a Movie Matinee On Wednesday, January 18 th at 1 p.m., travel back in time at the Clymer Library as we view

More information

PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS! Purple Stew. Welcome to our REGISTERED PROGRAMS PRESCHOOL SPRING 2016

PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS! Purple Stew. Welcome to our REGISTERED PROGRAMS PRESCHOOL SPRING 2016 Welcome to our PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS! It is a well-known fact that early childhood experiences such as playing, singing, crafting and creating help develop a strong foundation for a child s future. Preschool

More information

CONFEDERATION CENTRE CHILDREN S LIBRARY

CONFEDERATION CENTRE CHILDREN S LIBRARY CONFEDERATION CENTRE CHILDREN S LIBRARY What s your favourite game? How do you stay UNbored? Register for the TD Summer Reading Club and come PLAY at the library this summer! You ll set a summer reading

More information

Dunellen Public Library Arnold A. Schwartz Memorial Library JULY - AUGUST

Dunellen Public Library Arnold A. Schwartz Memorial Library JULY - AUGUST Dunellen Public Library Arnold A. Schwartz Memorial Library JULY - AUGUST What s New at the Library... Greetings from the Director Happy Summer! While you re having fun this summer, don t forget the library.

More information

Billiards - Men Breithaupt CC Mon. Fri. 9:00am-12:30pm Meet Sept. - June

Billiards - Men Breithaupt CC Mon. Fri. 9:00am-12:30pm Meet Sept. - June Ongoing Groups Ongoing groups are volunteer operated groups that are supported by the city of Kitchener Adults 50+ division. These groups provide low-cost/no cost activities on a regular basis (e.g. weekly,

More information

Franklin Parks & Recreation Department Fall 2016

Franklin Parks & Recreation Department Fall 2016 Franklin Parks & Recreation Department Fall 2016 Youth Soccer Pre-School Soccer Ages 3-5 Years Old Pre-school soccer will offer a time of interaction for children and their parents. These children will

More information

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1100 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek,

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1100 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek, PEE WEE BASEBALL AGES 1 TO 5 YEARS PEE WEE BASKETBALL Designed to teach children the fundamentals of baseball For boys and girls ages 3 to 5 Parent participation is mandatory Thursdays, January 26 to March

More information

Family Fun & Community Events. Save the Date. Community Events. Mother Son Camp Out. Mother Daughter Tea & Fashion Show

Family Fun & Community Events. Save the Date. Community Events. Mother Son Camp Out. Mother Daughter Tea & Fashion Show Family Fun & Community Events February 20 March 5 March 26 Community Events Save the Date Father Daughter Dance Mongolian Dinner Easter Egg Hunt 38 Lemoore Recreation Guide Apr 9 Apr 15-17 Apr 30 May 14

More information

Anderson Anderson Anime Film Festival: Fun, films, food & Pocky! Saturday 12, 1:00-3:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Anderson Township Library Association

Anderson Anderson Anime Film Festival: Fun, films, food & Pocky! Saturday 12, 1:00-3:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Anderson Township Library Association 1 Anime Art & Crafts 2 Book Clubs Cooking & Food Creative Writing & Poetry 3 Fiber Arts & Needle Crafts Finance & Money Games 4 Internet & Computers Movies On the Same Page, Cincinnati Teen Advisory Boards

More information

The ABC s of Kindergarten/ First Grade

The ABC s of Kindergarten/ First Grade The ABC s of Kindergarten/ First Grade Attention Signal Teacher will say Class! and the class responds, Yes! (Whole Brain Teaching Technique.) Or we may sound the chimes to get attention or to show there

More information

Recreation Summer Programs & Events Youths Sports Co-Ed Rookie Baseball

Recreation Summer Programs & Events Youths Sports Co-Ed Rookie Baseball Parks, Recreation and Community Services Agency Summer Highlights 2015 Recreation Summer Programs & Events Youths Sports Co-Ed Rookie Baseball Girls and Boys Kinder through 8 th grade Cost: $31.49 per

More information

PARENT GUIDE NEW CUB SCOUT. Welcome to Cub Scouts! WWW. CPCBSA.ORG. Top 5 steps to get your Cub Scout Family started:

PARENT GUIDE NEW CUB SCOUT. Welcome to Cub Scouts! WWW. CPCBSA.ORG. Top 5 steps to get your Cub Scout Family started: NEW CUB SCOUT PARENT GUIDE Boy Scouts of America, Cascade Pacific Council 2015 Welcome to Cub Scouts! Cub Scouting is a great family program. We are excited to have your family join our Scouting family.

More information

YOU BELONG - FISHERS YMCA YOUTH & FAMILY PROGRAMS FALL 2016 Fall I: September 12-October 30 Fall II: October 31-December 18

YOU BELONG - FISHERS YMCA YOUTH & FAMILY PROGRAMS FALL 2016 Fall I: September 12-October 30 Fall II: October 31-December 18 YOU BELONG - FISHERS YMCA YOUTH & FAMILY PROGRAMS FALL 2016 Fall I: September 12-October 30 Fall II: October 31-December 18 FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT FOR HEALTHY LIVING FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT:

More information

Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter August 2015 LIBRARY HOURS:

Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter August 2015 LIBRARY HOURS: 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,

More information

PLACENTIA SUMMER READING CELEBRATION LIBRARY DISTRICT SUMMER GUIDE

PLACENTIA SUMMER READING CELEBRATION LIBRARY DISTRICT SUMMER GUIDE SUMMER READING CELEBRATION PLACENTIA LIBRARY DISTRICT SUMMER GUIDE 2016 Saturday, AUGUST 20, 10:00 A.M. - 1:00 p.m. @ Placentia Civic Center Plaza Join us for end of Summer Reading fun! Free entertainment,

More information

Summer newsletter I N S I D E T H I S I S S U E : J U L Y A N D A U G U S T From the Director s Desk

Summer newsletter I N S I D E T H I S I S S U E : J U L Y A N D A U G U S T From the Director s Desk newsletter Cultivating Community Since 1796 http://www.boxfordlibrary.org/ I N S I D E T H I S I S S U E : J U L Y A N D A U G U S T 2 0 1 6 Adult Reading and Programs Teen Reading, Museum Passes, Overdrive

More information

TOWNSHIP OF LOWER MAKEFIELD THE POOL 2015

TOWNSHIP OF LOWER MAKEFIELD THE POOL 2015 TOWNSHIP OF LOWER MAKEFIELD THE POOL 2015 Opening for our 35 th season Saturday, May 23 rd at 11:00 AM Jeff Brown, Manager May we extend a warm welcome to all new and returning members. As we regularly

More information

Carpenter Street School

Carpenter Street School Carpenter Street School Children are apt to live up to what you believe of them. Lady Bird Johnson. May 2015 May 1 Popcorn Friday May 7 Papa John s night May 11 Choir performs at Loons game Jefferson 6th

More information

Red Maple Festival 2016

Red Maple Festival 2016 Red Maple Festival 2016 Friday, Oct 21 st : Parents & Tots Skating- Windsor Stadium: 9:15-10:15am. Admission is free. Helmets are Adult Skating- Windsor Stadium: 10:30am-11:30am. Admission is free. Helmets

More information

UPCOMING EVENTS Book Club - Reading the Bible Again for the First Time

UPCOMING EVENTS Book Club - Reading the Bible Again for the First Time UPCOMING EVENTS Book Club - We are pleased to announce that one of our members has offered to facilitate an evening book study. The book that has been chosen is called "Reading the Bible Again for the

More information

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1100 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek,

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1100 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek, PEE WEE BASKETBALL AGES 1 TO 5 YEARS PEE WEE SOCCER Designed to teach children the fundamentals of basketball For boys and girls ages 3 to 5 Parent participation is mandatory Thursdays, October 20 to December

More information

Trivia Night Saturday, 22 nd October, 2016

Trivia Night Saturday, 22 nd October, 2016 Pinewood Parents Club Presents... Trivia Night Saturday, 22 nd October, 2016 The evening will be run as follows: 7.00pm 10.30pm Hall open. We ask that everyone is seated prior to a 7.30pm start. Trivia

More information

Ontario Early Years Centre Interactions OEYC St. Catharines October 2016 Newsletter

Ontario Early Years Centre Interactions OEYC St. Catharines October 2016 Newsletter Ontario Early Years Centre Interactions OEYC St. Catharines October 2016 Newsletter WALKER FAMILY YMCA SITE 905-934-9622 ex 265 Monday and Wednesday 9am - noon 1-4pm Tuesday and Thursday 9am - 8pm Friday

More information

CHE PTO Handbook: In a typical year, we anticipate the following activities and items to be fully or partially funded by the PTO.

CHE PTO Handbook: In a typical year, we anticipate the following activities and items to be fully or partially funded by the PTO. CHE PTO Handbook: Our Mission: Work together to promote a school community encouraging involvement and support. To enhance the quality of education provided to our children through our support, volunteering

More information

Your Name: Address: Phone: (Home) (Work) Child s Name: Teacher:

Your Name: Address: Phone: (Home) (Work) Child s Name: Teacher: JO ELLA EXLEY ELEMENTARY PTA 2011-2012 VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION Welcome Back! Volunteering is Key to our Success! We are looking forward to another terrific year at Exley Elementary!! We value each and every

More information

PAWTUCKET PUBLIC LIBRARY Children s Library 13 Summer Street Pawtucket, RI (401) x209

PAWTUCKET PUBLIC LIBRARY Children s Library 13 Summer Street Pawtucket, RI (401) x209 PAWTUCKET PUBLIC LIBRARY Children s Library 13 Summer Street Pawtucket, RI 02860 (401) 725-3714 x209 childrens@pawtucketlibrary.org The statewide Rhode Island Summer Reading Program is supported by the

More information

IMAGINATIONS WELCOME Spring CPL helps you take care of your garden this spring

IMAGINATIONS WELCOME Spring CPL helps you take care of your garden this spring IMAGINATIONS WELCOME Spring 2016 CPL helps you take care of your garden this spring Exploring Backyard Beekeeping: Is it for you? Have you always dreamed of harvesting your own honey? Do you wonder what

More information

2016 Teen Volunteer Application Form

2016 Teen Volunteer Application Form Monona Public Library Summer Library & Reading 2016 Teen Volunteer Application Form The Teen Volunteer program is for youth entering grade 6 to entering grade 12. It is an opportunity for teens to interact

More information

EVERYONE LEARNING EVERY DAY Web Site: http//harvestridge.fhsdschools.org FHSD Web Site:

EVERYONE LEARNING EVERY DAY Web Site: http//harvestridge.fhsdschools.org FHSD Web Site: EVERYONE LEARNING EVERY DAY Web Site: http//harvestridge.fhsdschools.org FHSD Web Site: http://fhsd.sharpschool.net YOUR CHILD S SAFETY COMES FIRST In order to help insure the safety of your child(ren)

More information

bloom childcare programs Infant/Toddler Care Group Day Care KinderCare Before/After-School Care Our Facility

bloom childcare programs Infant/Toddler Care Group Day Care KinderCare Before/After-School Care Our Facility bloom childcare programs Infant/Toddler Care Group Day Care KinderCare Before/After-School Care Our Facility Infant Toddler Care Daycare Location Children s Age Hours of Operation License Capacity 24 Teacher

More information

Holiday Happenings at the Library

Holiday Happenings at the Library ANDERSON Holiday Happenings at the Library Monday, December 5, 7:00 p.m. The Frisch Marionettes Present Holiday Punch Join us for a holiday puppet show for ages 3 & up! Families. AVONDALE Tuesday, December

More information

THE ROAD. Volunteer Information

THE ROAD. Volunteer Information THE ROAD Volunteer Information Welcome to The Road! We are excited and blessed by your interest in serving the children of McDonough Christian Church. Inside this packet you ll find everything you need

More information

Fall 2015 Newsletter. Port Alberni Friendship Center

Fall 2015 Newsletter. Port Alberni Friendship Center Fall 2015 Newsletter Port Alberni Friendship Center Aboriginal Day We held our Community Aboriginal Day celebration on June 22 nd this year. We had well over 400 people from all over attend and enjoy all

More information

RICHMOND FAMILY PLACE NEWS

RICHMOND FAMILY PLACE NEWS RICHMOND FAMILY PLACE NEWS SEPTEMBER 2013 JANUARY 2014 Ensuring that every child in Richmond reaches their full potential MAIN SITE SCHEDULE (8660 ASH STREET) Drop-in Sessions and Parenting Classes for

More information

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1100 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek, 33063 954-545-6670

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1100 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek, 33063 954-545-6670 PEE WEE SOCCER AGES 1 TO 5 YEARS PEE WEE FOOTBALL Designed to teach children the fundamentals of soccer For boys and girls ages 3 to 5 Thursdays, August 25 through September 29, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 7:00

More information

RECREATION Autumn 2016

RECREATION Autumn 2016 RECREATION Autumn 2016 The Arc of Litchfield County 314 Main Street Torrington, CT 06790 www.litchfieldarc.org www.facebook.com/larc.ct LARC Recreation Coordinator Robin Pedone 860-489-2140 x202 rpedone@litchfieldarc.org

More information

FALL 2015 Events and the Shaler North Hills Library

FALL 2015 Events and the Shaler North Hills Library FALL 2015 Events and Classes @ the Shaler North Hills Library Shaler North Hills Library 1822 Mt. Royal Blvd. Glenshaw, PA 15116 412-486-0211 www.shalerlibrary.org Be a Minion Word Reader Fall Reading

More information

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE RECREATION COMPLEX 4455 Sol Press Blvd, Coconut Creek,

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE RECREATION COMPLEX 4455 Sol Press Blvd, Coconut Creek, AGES 1 TO 5 YEARS LEARNING MY CRAFTY WAY LITTLE SLUGGERS Children will have fun creating craft projects and learn about colors and shapes Parent participation is mandatory Children will explore different

More information

Third Academy. The Third Academy Beacon Tuesday, February 2, 2016 Volume 1, Edition 18. Upcoming Events

Third Academy. The Third Academy Beacon Tuesday, February 2, 2016 Volume 1, Edition 18. Upcoming Events The Third Academy Beacon Tuesday, February 2, 2016 Volume 1, Edition 18 Third Academy 3, 510-77 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2H 1C3 www.thirdacademy.ca T: 403-288-5335 E: rrideout@thirdacademy.com The Swim to

More information

bnh.net.au www.facebook.com/bendigoneighbourhoodhub Courses Page Meeting & Social Groups Page Finding your Creativity pg. 3 Art Classes/ Painting & Drawing pg. 4 Candle Making pg. 5 Floral Arrangement

More information

PROGRAMS DAY CAMPS PARKS & RECREATION 2015 SUMMER PROGRAMS 6-12 YRS. Daycamp EARLY BIRDS - SUMMER. 9 am - 4 pm ~ 6-12 years

PROGRAMS DAY CAMPS PARKS & RECREATION 2015 SUMMER PROGRAMS 6-12 YRS. Daycamp EARLY BIRDS - SUMMER. 9 am - 4 pm ~ 6-12 years SWIM LESSONS YOUTH CENTRE ASSOCIATION SUMMER PROGRAM (250) 494-0447 2015 SUMMER PROGRAMS 6-12 YRS Daycamp Welcome to another exciting summer of Day Camps! All programs run Monday through Friday, meeting

More information

Tips and Tricks for Holiday Success

Tips and Tricks for Holiday Success Tips and Tricks for Holiday Success Preparation is the key to success The key to a successful holiday with a child with special needs is preparation. Preparation will mean different things to each child

More information

in the Catholic Parish of Our Lady and All Saints

in the Catholic Parish of Our Lady and All Saints Celebrating Advent 2016 in the Catholic Parish of Our Lady and All Saints Different musical, service, social and prayerful opportunities to prepare for Christmas, keeping Christ at the centre. Do keep

More information

Office of Human Resources Holiday Calendar

Office of Human Resources Holiday Calendar 2013 Independence Day Thursday, July 4, 2013 Thursday, July 4, 2013 Labor Day Monday, September 2, 2013 Monday, September 2, 2013 Veterans Day Monday, November 11, 2013 Monday, November 11, 2013 Thanksgiving

More information

VOLUNTEER. The Three Village Historical Society

VOLUNTEER. The Three Village Historical Society VOLUNTEER The Three Village Historical Society V O LU N T E E R O P P O R T U N I T I E S T V H S Administrative Volunteer The office staff is seeking individuals available weekdays between the hours of

More information

Smallwood Primary After School Clubs and Activities

Smallwood Primary After School Clubs and Activities Smallwood Primary After School Clubs and Activities Autumn Term 2016 Enjoy choosing from a range of fun and exciting clubs At Smallwood we are pleased to offer a range of After School Clubs and Activities

More information

Maryland Children s Centre

Maryland Children s Centre Maryland Children s Centre Activity Guide January - March 2015 Free for families with children under 5 Where our children s future matters most. Ofsted quote: Teaching is good overall, with some sparkling

More information

Christmas Activities in Downtown Kings Mountain

Christmas Activities in Downtown Kings Mountain Christmas Activities in Downtown Kings Mountain (Additional activities may be added during the Christmas Season. Check back to the City s website (www.cityofkm.com) for updates and information!) THROUGHOUT

More information

Christmas & New Year s Eve

Christmas & New Year s Eve Christmas & New Year s Eve Welcome to The Briars for the holiday season. We hope you enjoy your stay and wish you a magical time during this special season. Friday Dec. 23, 2016 - Monday Jan. 2, 2017 Exertion

More information

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1100 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek,

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1100 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek, PEE WEE SOCCER AGES 1 TO 5 YEARS PEE WEE FOOTBALL Designed to teach children the fundamentals of soccer For boys and girls ages 3 to 5 Thursdays, August 25 through September 29, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 7:00

More information

Foothills Food Bank. Letter from the President. November Wish List LAST QUARTER

Foothills Food Bank. Letter from the President. November Wish List LAST QUARTER N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 3 N E W S L E T T E R Letter from the President I imagine that most of you are as amazed as I am that the holidays are approaching and 2013 is coming to an end. The time goes by so

More information

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE RECREATION COMPLEX 4455 Sol Press Blvd, Coconut Creek, 33073 954-956-1580

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE RECREATION COMPLEX 4455 Sol Press Blvd, Coconut Creek, 33073 954-956-1580 AGES 1 TO 5 YEARS LEARNING MY CRAFTY WAY Children will have fun creating craft projects and learn about colors and shapes Parent participation is mandatory Children will explore different art tools and

More information

February Pugliese West is proud to announce the winners of the MLK Essay Contest.

February Pugliese West is proud to announce the winners of the MLK Essay Contest. February 2016 Pugliese West Elementary Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Winners Pugliese West is proud to announce the winners of the MLK Essay Contest. West was well represented, having the most essays entered

More information

Wildcat Express N O V E M B E R, Southwest-Livingston R-1 School District Boys and Girls Junior High Basketball

Wildcat Express N O V E M B E R, Southwest-Livingston R-1 School District Boys and Girls Junior High Basketball Wildcat Express N O V E M B E R, 2 0 1 6 Southwest-Livingston R-1 School District Boys and Girls Junior High Basketball From the Superintendent s Desk Our job first and foremost at Southwest School is

More information

H azel Park Recreation. Senior Express N O V EM BER / D EC EM BER 20 16

H azel Park Recreation. Senior Express N O V EM BER / D EC EM BER 20 16 H azel Park Recreation Senior Express N O V EM BER / D EC EM BER 20 16 THANKSGIVING LUNCHEON Come join us for our Annual Senior Citizen's Thanksgiving Luncheon! Thanksgiving Luncheon will consist of a

More information

Thursday Notes October 13, 2016

Thursday Notes October 13, 2016 Thursday Notes October 13, 2016 As announced by Pope Francis, Archbishop Blase J. Cupich is a cardinal-designate and will be among the 17 new cardinals created at the consistory on November 19, 2016, at

More information

Volume 7, Issue 6 February Valley West Elemenary S. Gessner Houston, TX

Volume 7, Issue 6  February Valley West Elemenary S. Gessner Houston, TX Volume 7, Issue 6 http://es.houstonisd.org/valleywestes/ February 2013 Valley West Elemenary 10707 S. Gessner Houston, TX 77071 713-773-6151 Feb. 4 th -15 th High Frequency Word Test Feb. 5 th -4 th grade

More information

Time & Talent Sign Up St. Mary School 2012/2013

Time & Talent Sign Up St. Mary School 2012/2013 Time & Talent Sign Up St. Mary School 2012/2013 There are many ways to share our time with God and our talents with each other by taking an active role in School Ministry. We invite you to prayerfully

More information

How to Run an Effective Bring-a-Friend Event

How to Run an Effective Bring-a-Friend Event How to Run an Effective Bring-a-Friend Event www.scouts.ca/js2g It starts with Scouts. How to Run an Effective Bring-a-Friend Event Introduction A good way to have more youth and adults explore the benefits

More information

Tips for a Successful Friendship Week for PTAs and PTOs

Tips for a Successful Friendship Week for PTAs and PTOs Tips for a Successful Friendship Week for PTAs and PTOs Friendship Week Fundraising Activities Roses, carnations or lollipops These items can be donated by corporate sponsors or local grocery stores and

More information

AUBURN HILLS PUBLIC LIBRARY NEWSLETTER July 2016

AUBURN HILLS PUBLIC LIBRARY NEWSLETTER July 2016 1 AUBURN HILLS PUBLIC LIBRARY NEWSLETTER July 2016 New Changes to Download Destination Service In response to our current holds situation, the policy committee has agreed to adopt an exploratory short

More information

MILFORD FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER

MILFORD FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER MILFORD FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER PEGGY KELLY PROGRAM MANAGER JUDY LOBDELL, EDITOR September 2014 Dates to Remember September 15th. Fall playgroups begin 25th. Center Closed: Rosh Hashanah. November 8th.

More information

O Dea Core Knowledge Elementary

O Dea Core Knowledge Elementary O Dea Core Knowledge Elementary October 2015 Newsletter Dear Families, Happy October! I cannot believe that September is already at a close and we are embarking upon October! The year is already clicking

More information

October 7 Anniversary Party. 1:00-3:00 p.m. October 11. FREE Blood Work by Delray Medical. 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. October 28.

October 7 Anniversary Party. 1:00-3:00 p.m. October 11. FREE Blood Work by Delray Medical. 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. October 28. The City of Boynton Beach Senior Center Presents Oct. Dec. 2016 September2013 October 3-6 FEATURED SPECIAL EVENTS Open House 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. October 10 Columbus Day Pizza Lunch 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.

More information

Fouse Elementary 2013 Summer Activities Calendar Going to Grade 3. Student Name:

Fouse Elementary 2013 Summer Activities Calendar Going to Grade 3. Student Name: Fouse Elementary 2013 Summer Activities Calendar Going to Grade 3 Student Name: Dear Fouse Parents and Guardians, Your Fouse Faculty considers family involvement essential to any child s success as a learner.

More information

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL!

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL! WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL! Dear Families, Greetings from room 204, where school is a week underway and your child is eager to learn so many fun and new things! I am looking forward to a wonderful new school

More information

Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter --- September 2015 LIBRARY HOURS:

Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter --- September 2015 LIBRARY HOURS: Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter --- September 2015 LIBRARY HOURS: Monday-Thursday: 10:00-9:00 Friday: 10:00-6:00 Saturday: 10:00-5:00 Sunday: 1:00-5:00 EARLY CLOSING: Friday, September 18 @

More information

MAY 2014. Marysville Elementary School www. sd6.bc.ca/mes/ NEWSLETTER

MAY 2014. Marysville Elementary School www. sd6.bc.ca/mes/ NEWSLETTER Marysville Elementary School www. sd6.bc.ca/mes/ MAY 2014 NEWSLETTER Happy Earth Week at Marysville What a great week learning about our Earth and appreciating the beautiful world we are so fortunate to

More information

FDK News: November. Letters/Sight Words for October: S (so, sat, see, said), A (as, at, am, and), T (to, the, this), I (I, in, is, it)

FDK News: November. Letters/Sight Words for October: S (so, sat, see, said), A (as, at, am, and), T (to, the, this), I (I, in, is, it) FDK News: November The month of October has come and gone and our Kinders have been having so much fun learning about the season of fall and a variety of other things. October was a busy month with Thanksgiving

More information

Guide for Families from Other Cultures

Guide for Families from Other Cultures Guide for Families from Other Cultures By Suzette J. Jones and Nancy G. Todd Department of English Language Learning Burlington Public Schools This guide was written with the assistance of parents, teachers

More information

Parent Link Centre. Parent Handbook

Parent Link Centre. Parent Handbook st Kidz 1 Network Parent Link Centre Parent Handbook General Info Kidz 1st Network Parent Link Centre is funded by the Government of Alberta to provide Parent Link Centre Services to parents and caregivers

More information

Rose Memorial Library NEWSLETTER Fall 2015 - October, November, & December

Rose Memorial Library NEWSLETTER Fall 2015 - October, November, & December Rose Memorial Library NEWSLETTER Fall 2015 - October, November, & December Greetings, Fall Into A Good Book As we move into the holiday season the library has planned several programs to help the community.

More information

ISB Newsletter 7. Welcome ISB Parents! Important News

ISB Newsletter 7. Welcome ISB Parents! Important News 11. 12. 2015 Important News Christmas Fair - Saturday, 12 th December Bethlehem - Thursday, 17 th December Christmas Play - Friday, 18 th December Winter Break 19 th December - 4th January 2016 First day

More information

Listening and Learning Respecting and Caring Trusting and forgiving

Listening and Learning Respecting and Caring Trusting and forgiving Being the best we can be Listening and Learning Respecting and Caring Trusting and forgiving Helping and Supporting Smiling and Inspiring. Dear Parents, It was lovely to come back to school and hear all

More information

Elmsford Day Camp CAMP SUNSHINE INFORMATION GUIDE

Elmsford Day Camp CAMP SUNSHINE INFORMATION GUIDE Please note: This site will be updated as new information arises. Updates will be highlighted in the table of contents. Please contact camp administration @ 760-1953 or Summercamp@elmsfordny.org with any

More information

MEF International School. SEMESTER 1 Primary School Clubs

MEF International School. SEMESTER 1 Primary School Clubs MEF International School SEMESTER 1 Primary School Clubs 2015-2016 Abstract Arts Have you ever gotten to throw paint? Do you like playing with art materials? Have you ever wondered what would happen if

More information

RICHMOND CENTRE FOR DISABILITY

RICHMOND CENTRE FOR DISABILITY RICHMOND CENTRE FOR DISABILITY 2016 Celebrating 31 Years of Services PROMOTING A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON DISABILITY Mission Statement To empower people with disabilities to participate in the community to the

More information

Wednesday 1st Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday

Wednesday 1st Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 2 nd Massanutten Regional Library: Dogs 2 Read 2 @ 4:30-5:30 pm Friday 3 rd Saturday 4 th Barnes and Noble: Summer Reading Triathlon Opening Ceremony @ 11:00 am Home Depot: Kids Workshop-

More information

MOST FUNDRAISERS WILL FALL BETWEEN SEPTEMBER AND MAY. BELOW IS A PAYMENT SCHEDULE TO KEEP YOU IN LINE WITH AVAILABLE FUNDRAISERS:

MOST FUNDRAISERS WILL FALL BETWEEN SEPTEMBER AND MAY. BELOW IS A PAYMENT SCHEDULE TO KEEP YOU IN LINE WITH AVAILABLE FUNDRAISERS: OPTIONAL, INDIVIDUAL FUNDRAISERS *MADE AVAILABLE TO YOU BY OUR FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE TO ACHIEVE A ZERO OUT OF POCKET PLAYER FEE THESE ARE COMPLETELY OPTIONAL* - Most fundraisers will be offered between

More information

A big thank you to Wegmans for fully funding the 2016 year of concerts. Thank you!

A big thank you to Wegmans for fully funding the 2016 year of concerts. Thank you! Newsletter and Program Guide of the Mount Laurel Library Vol 25, Issue 6 June 2016 Second Sunday Concert Series David Aaron Jazz Band Sunday, June 12, 2PM Come on down to the library for an afternoon of

More information

Volunteer Opportunities with

Volunteer Opportunities with Volunteer Opportunities with WAVE CITY CARE a local non-profit organization helping kids and families in low-income neighborhoods by providing food, clothing, tutoring, mentoring, job training and addiction

More information

Mini-THON Captain Application

Mini-THON Captain Application 2016-2017 Mini-THON Captain Application Villa Mini-THON Captains must: Be a rising junior or senior (or a rising sophomore who has been a Captain) in good academic standing. Raise a minimum of $150 for

More information

SPECIAL EVENTS ALL AGES

SPECIAL EVENTS ALL AGES DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE* 5-7 PM SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28 TAKIFF CENTER $95/$105 PER COUPLE (ACTIVITY: 320846-01), $30 ADDITIONAL CHILD (ACTIVITY: 320846-02) Join us for a magical evening! Enjoy a delicious buffet,

More information

Active Lifestyles Service

Active Lifestyles Service Active Lifestyles Service April 2016 - March 2017 1 Contents Avenues East 3 Active Lifestyles Service 4 Social Groups 5 School/College Holiday 10 Day Activities & Trips Daytime Activity 11 Groups Supported

More information

Make a World of Difference at the Library Bonner Springs City Library

Make a World of Difference at the Library Bonner Springs City Library Make a World of Difference at the Library Volunteers must have completed 6 th grade. Please return by Friday, May 8th (All information must be completed in full and returned on time for consideration.)

More information

How To Kit. Get Caught Reading & other literacy promotion ideas

How To Kit. Get Caught Reading & other literacy promotion ideas How To Kit Get Caught Reading & other literacy promotion ideas celebrate literacy in the NWT Other How to Kits & Literacy Activities This How to Kit was developed to help organizations celebrate NWT Literacy

More information

Graystone Great News May 27th, 2016

Graystone Great News May 27th, 2016 !! Graystone Great News May 27th, 2016 Dear Graystone Community Members, The last few days of school are always special in schools where students, staff and parents have created a unified, caring community.

More information

5. Mother Goose at. 6. Story Time Playgroup. 10:30am 10:30 11: Mother Goose at

5. Mother Goose at. 6. Story Time Playgroup. 10:30am 10:30 11: Mother Goose at Craft of the week: Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri S Popsicle Stick Snowman 2. Closed Penguin Craft 9. Gym Time Pom- Pom Painting winter items 16. Gym Time 3. 10. 17. 4. 11. am 18. am 5. am NWHU @ 11:00 12. am 19.

More information

Jewish Foundation School Of Staten Island Weekly Newsletter December 5, 2014 Kislev, 5775

Jewish Foundation School Of Staten Island Weekly Newsletter December 5, 2014 Kislev, 5775 Jewish Foundation School Of Staten Island Weekly Newsletter December 5, 2014 Kislev, 5775 ELC Last week s Thanksgiving celebration was a big success. Each class prepared costumes and a Thanksgiving cheer

More information

Activity Guide. activities calendar. amenities. arts & crafts. games. socials. special events DECEMBER 2010 FEBRUARY WyndhamVacationResorts.

Activity Guide. activities calendar. amenities. arts & crafts. games. socials. special events DECEMBER 2010 FEBRUARY WyndhamVacationResorts. Welcome to Wyndham Skyline Tower Greetings! For information on any of the fun and exciting activities you can enjoy during your visit with us, just click on the section title. Thanks and enjoy your stay!

More information

Youth Ministry Programs

Youth Ministry Programs Youth Ministry Programs Family Mass We invite students from our Religious Education program to help serve during the Liturgy. All families are invited to join us for this youth-friendly celebration of

More information

Mrs. senecal s Behavior ManageMent plan

Mrs. senecal s Behavior ManageMent plan Mrs. senecal s Behavior ManageMent plan Students in my classroom are supported and encouraged in their efforts to become capable and successful students. They are required to follow the policies of the

More information

Newsletter #3 December 2, 2015. School Goal: To improve in the area of Social Responsibility

Newsletter #3 December 2, 2015. School Goal: To improve in the area of Social Responsibility W Don Christian Elementary School 6256 184 Street Surrey, B.C. V3S 8E6 Phone: (604) 576-1381 Fax: (604) 576-0382 http://www.surreyschools.ca/donchristian Newsletter #3 December 2, 2015 School Goal: To

More information

Jupiter 333 Mars 329 Saturn 322 Pluto 309 Well done to the following students who raised the most points for their Houses.

Jupiter 333 Mars 329 Saturn 322 Pluto 309 Well done to the following students who raised the most points for their Houses. Gladesville P.S. Newsletter 18th April, 2013 Dates to Remember Friday 19th April - Gateways commences Tuesday 23rd April - Grade 6 Anzac Service Friday 3rd May - Bonza Night Tuesday 7th May - 5/6 Cross

More information