Will he see his shadow? Drop in for family fun on Saturday, February 2 from 10am - 1pm for some Groundhog activities: including a groundhog pop up craft, coloring and shadow drawing. For all ages.
Donate new kids' pajamas all Feburary at the Plainville Library as part of the annual Boston Bruins PJ Drive. Earn a raffle ticket for each pair you donate to win "An Unlikey Story" long sleeve T (adult L) and a Bake it in a Cup activity book with 6 silicone baking cups. Check those clearance racks and help kids in need right here in Massachusetts.
Friday, 2/1 - 4 - 5 pm - Monster Squad: Frankenstein's Monster - Come in and let's talk about Frankenstein's Monster: How Mary Shelly created the story and the history of the monster, what the monster is all about, the connection between the idea of the monster and science today and we will make a Monster circuit as we talk about electricity and how it brought the monster to life. This is a drop in program for ages 6 to 12.
We hear there is a big Football game coming up next weekend? Want to borrow the projector for a crowd to watch the game? or Maybe you want to have your own half time party with our Karaoke Machine. And we have extra Karaoke discs to borrow too - in case you have your own machine. First come first served.
Get Burbio NOW The school, government and library calendars plus - non-profit groups too, like the churches and KP Music Association and Angel Cat all have the ability to post thier events into a single feed that you customize just for your interests in town. It's a great FREE way to see all that's happening in Plainville, brought to you by the Plainville Public Library. If you run a non-profit group in town email Melissa to find out how your events can be posted to hundreds of people with little effort on your part.
You heard right... a scannable barcode on your phone. Get the SAILS Mobile App for android or Apple. Add your library card number and track your account, renew items and request items from any SAILS library. So Easy!
Please stop in for our first meeting for Home School families where we can share ideas and resources as well as inform the library on how best we can support your education needs. Everyone who is interested and available is welcome to join in! Wednesday, January 30 at 1pm
One Friday night a month we will play one of our newest released, family friendly, DVD titles. Fee free to bring a pillow, blanket and snacks and wear your pajamas too! Drop in the library and watch a fun movie with other community families. Check our web site, on the Children's Room page, for the title of the movie we will show.
Wednesday, January 23 @ 4pm: Join us for a night of exploring a book together. Families Adventures In Reading is a fun way to share stories, learn book sense and build a home library. Each month a different story will be chosen for reading by the group, after which we will discuss our thoughts about the story then participate in a story related craft. Each family is welcome to keep a copy of the book for their home libraries. Registration is required for a maximum of 6 families per session. Click here to register
Melissa loves reading mysteries and historical fiction. She watches way too much hockey. And would like to have more time for crafting cool stuff.