Super Hero Party! - Lakeville Public Library

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4 PRECINCT STREET LAKEVILLE, MA 02347
www.lakevillelibrary.org
(508) 947-9028
Here’s Looking at You, Lakeville
Public Library! Celebrating 10
years of community service.
The September gallery show will be a
commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the
Lakeville Library. The Gallery Committee is
looking for donations of photographs from YOU,
our patrons. The photos can be anything from a
favorite event or program or a beautiful shot of the
facility. All submissions need to be received by
Wednesday, August 19. Any physical photos must
have a name, contact information and date taken
on the back. Full-resolution digital photos, dated
with the contact information contained in the email,
can be sent to [email protected]
Look for all the celebration details in the
September Newsletter!
Volume 52, August 2015
Super Hero
Party!
Thursday,
August 13th
from 1 - 2pm
We encourage you to
come dressed as your
favorite hero!!!
Join us as we celebrate another summer of
reading! Participants will go through Superhero
Training, make some superhero accessories, test
their knowledge of hero trivia and enjoy a super
snack or two!
Scarlet Poppies:
Pastel Paint Like
Georgia O’Keeffe
With award-winning
artist Gregory John
Maichack
Monday, August 31st 5:30-7:30
Monday, August 17th at 6:00 pm
Carol Tavares, a local TM teacher will be joining us
to introduce us to this meditation technique.
Participants will learn how the Transcendental
Meditation technique enhances mind, body,
well-being, relationships and world harmony.
We will also discuss how this ancient technique
differs from other forms of meditation.
If you love vibrant color and want to make it
shimmer, this is the hands on workshop for you!
Participants will gain an empowered appreciation
of the pastel painting medium and get to take
home their work of art. All supplies are provided
and all levels of experience are welcome.
This is a free participatory class for adults only.
Space is limited to 30 adults. Pre-registration is
required ONLY by calling the Main Desk after
August 1st.
This project is supported by a grant from the Lakeville Arts
Council, a local agency which is supported by the
Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
The Minority Report
Look below to learn about our weekly and monthly programs occurring for
Kids and Teens this August
Super Hero
Party!
Thursday,
August 13th
from 1 - 2pm
&
Game On
Wednesday, August 5th
From 4 - 5:30 pm
We encourage you to
come dressed as your
favorite hero!!!
Join us as we celebrate another summer of reading!
Participants will go through Superhero Training, make
some superhero accessories, test their knowledge of
hero trivia and enjoy a super snack or two!
Movie Mondays @ 5:30
Thursdays in
August at 6:30
Participants do need to
bring their own cards,
best suited for ages 10
and up!
Magic can be played by two or more players in various
formats, using a deck of 60+ cards.
Comic Collages
Tuesday, August 4th
at 6:00
Into the Woods
Star Wars: Episode 4
August 3rd
August 10th
Best for 3rd grade
and up!
Coming this Fall...
Story Hour
2 & 3 year olds - 10:30 am
4 & 5 year olds - 1:00 pm
RULE!
Geek Squad!
3rd-5th Grade
Nerdfighters!
6th Grade & Up
A place where you can come to talk about your favorite
books, movies, TV, music… share your hobbies, whether
it be cooking, gaming, crafting or anything AWESOME!
September 15th - November 19th
Youth Services
at the Lakeville
Public Library
For more information on any of our programs contact: Youth Services Librarian Ms. Teresa - [email protected]
Oh my, it’s August!
Novel Teas Book Group
Join us on the last Tuesday of every month.
Newcomers always welcome!
Tuesday, August 25th at 6:30
A Moveable Feast
Weekly Activities:
Tuesdays
Find Your Past: Genealogy - 5:30
Mahjong Club - 5:30
By Ernest Hemingway
Wednesdays
With Special Guest Host John Brennan
Wired! Technology Help: 3 - 6
Published posthumously in
1964, A Moveable Feast remains one
of Ernest Hemingway's most
beloved works. A classic memoir
of Paris in the 1920s, filled with
portraits of others such as F. Scott
Fitzgerald and Gertrude Stein;
and insightful recollections of his
own early experiments with his
craft. It brilliantly evokes the
exuberant mood of Paris post war,
the youthful spirit, unbridled
creativity, and unquenchable
enthusiasm that Hemingway
himself epitomized.
Thursdays
Hooks n’ Needles Knitting - 5:00
Cribbage Club - 6:00
Have a new Club idea? Let us know!
Coming up this Fall:
Lakeville Community
Blood Drive
Tuesday, September 29th
Copies are available for checkout at the Main Desk
Schedule an appt.
www.redcrossblood.org
In the
Great Ponds
Gallery
Friends Fall Book Sale
Saturday, October 3rd
July/August:
James Reynolds
Continuing through August, the Great Ponds
Gallery will exhibit the fine art of James Reynolds, a
New England landscape and marine artist working
in both 'plein air' oils and digital photography. His
subjects are focused in and around Cape Cod and
Vermont.
Keep your eye out this summer for Library Photographers
getting ready for the Library 10th Anniversary display
coming up in September!
Creative Craft Corner:
Paint Night!
Coming in October!
The Library will be closed:
Labor Day Break
Saturday, September 5th &
Monday, September 7th
Friends of the Library News!
Volunteer
SHOUT OUT!
Friends of the Library Meeting
Monday, September 14th at 6:30
Elizabeth Williams
The Friends would like to thank everyone who came out
and supported our Summer Book Sale. We raised $535 that
will enable us to continue to provide activity funding both
for children and adults and to purchase materials for the
Library. Thank you to all of our volunteers, including the
Lakeville Lions, who helped set up and break down the
sale.
Years Volunteering:
- 10 Years in the
Children’s Room
Preferred Hobbies:
You may have noticed we set up for the sale a little
differently this time. This arrangement, utilizing the
hallway and book sale room as well as the gallery, allowed
us to spread the books out, giving you more room to
browse. If you have any ideas for improving our book sales
we would like to hear from you. You can e-mail us at our
new email address: [email protected]
- Gardening, animals &
involved with 5 different
historical societies.
Favorite thing about the
Lakeville Library:
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- Seeing all the children excited about reading,
Our next sale will be on October 3, 2015 in conjunction with the beauty of the library inside & out, and the
people she works with.
the Arts and Music Festival. See you then!
Discounts and Coupons Reserve Online or Call!
Passes and coupons provided for you
with funds raised by the Friends of
the Lakeville Public Library
The wait list is SO LONG...
Try downloading on Overdrive!
NEW This Summer!
eBooks and Digital resources!
Did you know that our digital circulation has
DOUBLED in the last year? We’ve been actively
purchasing NEW eBooks and eAudiobooks for our
Lakeville Patrons only. The wait for a digital copy of
the book is almost ALWAYS shorter then the hold list
for the hardcover! You should give OverDrive a try
on ANY device you have.
We purchase digital copies of most new popular titles just for
our patrons! The digital wait list is usually significantly
shorter for the same titles!
All of these options below make your library
accessible 24 hours a day!
If you would like to start receiving your newsletter by email,
Email: [email protected]
or simply let us know at the circulation desk!
Library Hours:
Monday 12 - 8, Tuesday 10 - 8, Wednesday 10 - 6, Thursday 10 - 8, Saturday 10 - 2
Friday & Sunday - Closed
Lakeville Library Newsletter prepared by Beki Greenwood
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