Once again we will be having a Book Character Pumpkin Contest to benefit the Plainville Food Pantry. You create a pumpkin decorated as a favorite book character (please DO NOT CUT the pumpkin) and drop it off at the library on or by Saturday October 14. Between October 16 and 28, Everyone can vote with a canned good as to which pumpkin is the best. All the canned goods go to the Plainville Food Pantry and the pumpkin with the most votes wins a prize! We will be posting pictures on the pumpkins online.
If you are like me, you see a lot of really cute craft and home projects on Pinterest that you want to try but are afraid to have that Pinterest Fail moment. Join the Pinterest CAN’T Fail club at the Plainville Public Library for adult & teens.
Our Next Meeting is Wednesday, October 11 at 7pm
We will be making these adorable wood slice pumpkins. The materials fee will be $6.00 to make a set of 3 pumpkins. We hope to obtain the wood slices from Riley Tree in Plainville. Please register by October 7 to ensure we have your materials. If you cannot attend after you register please email Melissa at firstname.lastname@example.org
A 4-part series lead by Carol Carver of Self Help, Inc. held on Mondays: September 25, October 30, November 27 and December 18 at 4pm for ages 5-7. Register at http://www.plainvillepubliclibrary.org/register-for-art-exploration.html
Each time the kids will work with different painting and drawing materials and tools as they are introduced to a variety of art storybooks. They will also be encouraged to complete a 30 day project and home and share at the next meeting.
Geared for kids in grades K-2 with thier parents. Phonics games and activities to help build literacy and reading skills.
Transplants from our garden will be available while they last for $2 a pot. We have to relocate our garden to make room for the new driveway and we won't have space for all of them in the new garden area at the back of the building.
Fall is a great time for transplant perrenials. We will have daylilly, liatris, coneflowers, forsythia and red twig dogwood cuttings, phlox and more.
If you have any transplants you would like to donate to our sale feel free to drop them off Friday 9/23 from 1-5pm.
Proceeds will help fund the preparation of the new garden areas.
Don't buy a costume - swap it! Second Annual Costume Swap will be held Saturday, October 7 from 10am - 2pm. Donate a costume early and get a coupon for the swap - or bring a costume to swap for a new one that day. Costumes for babies through teens are available.
NON FICTION MINI BOOK SALE!
Our fall book sale, on September 16-23, will only consist of non-fiction genres. Located in the conference room during regular library hours only. Books are $1 each. ON Saturday, September 23 ONLY there will be a BAG SALE from 10-2pm. We provide the bag - you fill it for just $5.00
Drop in Saturday 9/9 from 10am - Noon or Monday 9/11 from 6 - 7:30 to build with the library Legos. We have thousands of them! We will display your creation at the library for all to see.
Miss Laura is back from vacation and back to having storytimes twice a week for each age group.
Mondays starting September 11: Preschool Storytime @ 10:30am and Infant and Toddler Storytime at 1:30pm
Tuesdays starting September 4: Infant and Toddler Storytime @ 10:30am and Preschool Storytime @ 1:30pm (please note there is no storytime on September 12 because Miss Laura is at a workshop)
Melissa loves reading mysteries and historical fiction. She watches way too much hockey. And would like to have more time for crafting cool stuff.