programs require registration before attending.
Register by calling the Library at 815-939-1696
or stopping in at the Front Desk.
Adult Book Club
January 9, 2015
6:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M.
Join us as
we discuss Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf, a novel that follows
an older couple working through loneliness in their golden years.
Books are available for pick up at the Front Desk.Other selections
are: February - The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion March - The Rainbow Comes and Goes by Anderson
Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt
YA/Adult Craft Night Tuesday, January 17 6:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.
Get out for a night of Crafting as we create a candle
holder. All supplies are included and there is no fee. This
program is for Young Adults (7th grade and older) and adults. More
Craft nights will be held on February 7 and March 7.
Coloring for Adults
Monday, February 6 6:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.
Come for an evening of coloring and relaxation as you create
beautiful pictures. Bring your own coloring book and medium
(colored pencils, markers, or crayons), or use our colored pencils
and coloring pages. This class will also meet onMarch 6.
Kindergarten and up Sat., January 7, and January 21
February 4, and February 18
1:00P.M. - 2:00P.M.
Our Lego building blocks and your creativity can only add up to
lots of fun at the library.
Join us and other Lego enthusiasts
for an afternoon of building fun.
Movie Day! For All Ages
Mon., February 20
Wed. March 29
School is out!
So spend your day at the Library with friends watchinga
fun movie, eating popcorn and drinking lemonade.
closed on Monday,
for Martin Luther King Jr Day.
at 10:00 A.M.
Look for us at the Annual Family Fun-a-Thon at Olivet Nazarene University on Sunday, February 12 from 1:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M.
Coming Soon The finale for the Limestone Middle School Scrabble Tournament will be held at the Limestone Township Library District. The exact date will be announced later.
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Pre-School through Kindergarten Storytime 6-months to 5-year-old Tuesdays January 3, 20, 17, & 31 February 7, 14, & 28 10:00A.M.-11:00A.M. Every Tuesday we meet at 10:00 A.M. for Storytime, a mix of crafts, stories, and music to help young children develop a love for reading. Parents and guardians can bring their 6-months to 5-year-old children. Storytime at Night 6-months to 5-year-old Thursdays January 5 & January 26, February 2 & February 23 6:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M. Come for Storytime in your P.J.'s. Enjoy the mix of crafts, stories, and music to help young children develop a love for reading. Parents and guardians can bring their 6-months to 5-year-old children.
Tiny Explorers 6 months to 5-years-old Tues., January 24 and February 21 10:00 A.M Playing at a number of stations, children will learn fine motor skills with the help of manipulative toys. These activities are meant for children from ages 6 months to 5-years-old.
Learn about our New E-Resources Mondays January 9 & 23, 10:00A.M.-11:00A.M. Learn how to use Library E-Resources on your tablet so you can download books and magazines from our various online sources. If you cannot make the class times, call to set up a 15-minute session with a staff member.
Did you know you can scan a document to your email or send a fax from the Library? Ask about our various services!
Discover our new book clubs for children and young adults
Monarch Book Club
1st -3rd graders
Monday, January 9
Monday, February 6
A book club for 1st -3rd graders, each month there will be a Monarch Award winning book reading time followed by a crafting time.
Mon., January 30
Mon., February 27
Kid in 4th-7th Grade get to meet each month to discuss a Caudill Award winning book from the past year. Books are available for pick-up ahead of time at the
January's selection is The Paper Cowboy
by Kristin Levine.
February's is Echoby Pam Munoz Ryan
Teen Book Club
9th - 12th grades
Tues., January 31
Tues., February 28
Read and discuss Y.A. novels for young adults in 9th - 12th grades. Books are available at the Front Desk. January'sselection is The Runaway by Wendelin Van Draanen.