Thank you to all for contributing to the great success of the booksale! The bake sale sold out, the books were terrific and the hand massage was just wonderful. Congrats to Florence of North River, winner of the quilt. Florence is a long time library supporter. We couldn’t be happier for her.
The booksale begins at 10 on July 25 but there will be a bake sale Saturday as well, so get there early! The sale continues through Sunday and the QUILT drawing will take place on Sunday at noon. Thanks to everyone for your contributions of such gently used books and yummy treats.
Learning to tell personal stories in a free workshop September 10,17,24 and October 1, 1:30-3:30. The free workshop is produced by the Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library and made possible in part with a grant from the Alfred Z Solomon Charitable Trust. Sign up has begun!
Legos lingering in the basement or garage? The kids are starting a lego club at the library and need any extra legos you can contribute. They will start meeting Monday nights at 7 PM. Who knows what creations they will come up with! We will keep our cameras handy
Looking for a book to take to the beach or campsite before the book sale? The Library has lots of free and $1 books available! Just for the asking!
Hear a member of the Our Town Theater Group’s Penny Readers read Pippi Longstocking to you at the library at 10 AM on Tuesday, July 8th. These fabulous readers will provide the story telling once again this summer. Next Tuesday, July 15th, see Pippi at the Indian Lake Theater for a free movie, 10 AM
July 1 Tuesday 11-3
July 2 Wednesday 1-4, 7-9
July 3 Thursday CLOSED
July 4 Friday CLOSED
July 5 Saturday 10-1
July 6 Sunday CLOSED
Reopen on Monday, July 7 at 10 am Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
10 am July8 hear excerpts from the book at the library, July 15, see the movie at the theater
All programs are free
June has been a record breaking month for Indian Lake Writers. Two unique experiences have occurred this month with the promise of even greater things to come.
Michael Czarnecki, visited us on the evening of June 11 at the library. Michael was finishing up his tour of Route 28 from Kingston to Warrensburg. He spoke to a small group of enthusiastic listeners. Continue reading