Posted by: HouPE | 10/31/2012

A Thankful November for Perry Library’s youth! – READY

We hope to show our thankfulness with lots of fun activities for our under 18 set!

To start we have our regular story times weekly, with fun themes such as Turkeys, Thanksgiving, and Pies:

Toddlers (2-3 years old)            Mondays 10:30

Pre-K (4-5 years old)                   Mondays  11:15

Lapsit (1-2 years old)                   Thursdays 10:30

Homeschool group (All ages)   Thursdays 11:15

But wait, there’s more!! The special programming for November is fantastic.

Wednesday, November 7th, we are thrilled to host a live webcast with Lois Lowry, author of The Giver. The webcast is open to homeschoolers of all ages and begins at 1:00 pm.

Friday, November 9th at 4:30 pm, will offer a special Veterans Day storytime with Ms. Rebecca exploring patriotism. This activity is open to children in K-5th grade.

Saturday, November 10th from 1:00 – 2:00 pm, Ms. Yolanda will host a special Children’s Native American Craft in honor of Native American Heritage Month. In order to have enough supplies for everyone, please pre-register for this event.

Tuesday, November 13th, we are excited to welcome Miss Polly Pilgrim! She will arrive at 6:00 pm to entertain and inform children between the ages of Kindergarten and 5th grade.

Teens are encouraged to continue work on their “What Do You Do With Your Library Card?” films. The deadline for entries is Saturday, November 17th. Entry forms and additional information are available at all Houston County Public Libraries.  The film festival for participants will happen on Tuesday, November 27th at 6 pm.


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