All books donated during the Santa events at An Unlikely Story on Fridays in December will be donated to the Plainville Public Library. Thank you, An Unlikely Story for supporting the local public library!
Don't leave your packages alone and defenseless on your porch. Send them in "YOUR NAME" to the Plainville Public Library. We will sign for your packages and keep them safe until you pick them up during regular business hours with your library card in good standing. See http://www.plainvillepubliclibrary.org/package-pick-up.html for more details.
The PopUp Library is Back. So come have breakfast at the Senior Center and pick up some large print books or movies with your SAILS Library network card from our PopUp Librarian. We are there from 8:45 - 9:45 every Tuesday throughout the winter months.
Drop off new and unwrapped toys for ages 0-17 to make a child's holiday joyous. Last day to drop off toys is December 14. The Plainville Public Library partners with the Plainville Fire Department in this annual Toys for Tots Collection.
It's a half day of school and students are released at noon, so after lunch why not come to the library and catch a holiday movie with us? Thanksgiving is the very next day so how about we watch Turkey Hollow together? The movie is a Jim Henson, live action produciton starring Mary Steenburgen and Jay Harrington, (who is from Wellesley, MA!), it was made for Lifetime TV so it is rated TV-PG and it runs 90 minutes long.
The Library is open the week of November 20:
Monday 10-8pm, Tuesday 10-5pm, Wednesday 10-4pm, Closed on Thursday, Friday 1-5pm and Saturday 10-2pm.
Although I can't guarantee what "outlet traffic" will look like on Friday.
Our Next Meeting is Wednesday, December 6 at 7pm Register by December 4 at http://www.plainvillepubliclibrary.org/pinterestcantfail.html
We will be making styrofoam trees made with circles of pretty papers or book pages or mix of your choice. Colors will vary from our inspiration picture. The materials fee will be $5. Open to adults and teens
Tweens, Teens & Adults. Drop in to learn how to make this great German Ribbon Star. It is a 3D, 16 pointed star that is great to adorn packages or a tree or a wreath. Many thanks to the "Seekonk Sisters" who donated the ribbon! Friday, November 17 from 3-5pm. And find out more about our Pinterest Can't Fail Club which meets once a month.
Kids and their parents will have a great time strengthening early reading skills as they play games and learn too. Wednesday, November 15 at 6:30pm with Miss Laura.
Melissa loves reading mysteries and historical fiction. She watches way too much hockey. And would like to have more time for crafting cool stuff.