CreativeBug is here! FREE online classes, instructions, materials lists for great arts and crafts and drawing. Get your Plainville Public Library card ready and go to http://www.plainvillepubliclibrary.org/digital-resources.html
Wednesday, September 11 at 6:00pm. Drop in the library and learn a kid friendly card games. We will use standard, regular cards - no special decks required - and no notepad needed to keep score. We will play games like: Old Maid, Snap, Crazy Eights, Slapjack, and Garbage, to name a few. This is a great way to learn new games and ways to keep kids busy and entertained and the only thing you need is a standard deck of cards!
Yes, we've got that. Download the magazines you know and love. Free 24/7 with your lbirary card and the Libby APP or Overdrive for your device or computer. https://sails.overdrive.com/sails-plainvillepublic/content/
The Monster Squad is calling all monster enthusiasts! Join Leader Laura Lupin as we explore a different monster each month. Let’s learn about cryptids and creatures, share some stories, then have a fun activity to tie it all together. Registration is not required and all interested parties, ages 6-12, are welcome to join!
September Monster is: Chupacabra
Open Saturdays again after Labor Day.
Monday 10:00am-8:00pm, Tuesday 10:00am-5:00pm, Wednesday 10:00am-8:00pm, Thursday 10:00am-2:00pm, Friday 1:00pm-6:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-2:00pm
The Library is still offering a limited number of Southwick's Zoo discounted tickets. Families may purchase up to 4 at a discounted price of $18 each. (regular adult Zoo admission is $28). Please call the library to book your tickets now. Once you purchase the tickets from us they are good until the Zoo closes in October.
How to access Overdrive Partner Libraries from the Libby mobile app:
If you are at http://sails.overdrive.com or on the Overdrive APP - right at the top of the screen there are the words "Partner Libraries". Our reciprocal lending agreement means you can borrow eBooks and eAudio from ALL the other networks listed including Boston. And yes, they have a HUGE digital collection with lots of stuff we might not have available.
Bring your labeled divided perennials to the library this fall to add to our garden. Melissa is formulating the gardne plan and will be planting them. You can leave plantings, labeled, under windows by front door. Thank you.
Thank you, all, for a wonderful Summer Reading Program this year!
Perhaps you found a new genre, after the genre challenge.
Maybe you read more than you ever thought you would.
Maybe you finished your 1000 books before kindergarten.
Maybe you just had a little bit of fun this summer at the library.
So thanks for coming by!
Melissa loves reading mysteries and historical fiction. She watches way too much hockey. And would like to have more time for crafting cool stuff.