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Summer reading programs continue through August for children, teens and adults. Reading for prizes will come to an end in July. Children age 3 – 6th grade can still read 10 books for prizes. All children’s book logs must be turned in before or on July 28. Teens and Adults were awarded prizes for June reading raffle. Congratulation to all our winners. Visit our website or stop in to see the names of all our June winners. All new prizes are available for July for our Teens and Adults!
We had a question asking what is RSA Cat on the library’s website homepage? This is our online “card” catalog. The Resource Sharing Alliance (RSA) handles our database of materials at the Heyworth Public Library and over 175 other libraries in the Central IL area. From our website (heyworthlibrary.com) you can select the RSA CAT link on the home page and search for materials and place holds on material you want anytime/anywhere you have an internet connection. RSA has created the free BookMyne app to connect you to the online catalog, so you can have instant access to your Heyworth library on your phone or any other device that uses apps.
You can find eBook and audio titles available for download on the RSA CAT, but you cannot access them from the RSA CAT. To access eBooks and downloadable audio books use the ADML library link on the library’s home page.
Stop by the library if you have any questions or would like further instruction to use either of these free services.
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July 16: Pen and Ink Drawing class: July 16 @ 6 pm in the Community Room.
Provided by the McLean Co Art’s Center. Sign up is limited, so sign up early by calling the library: 473-2313 or stopping in. Ages 8 – Adult. Free.
July 17: C is for Cookies!@ 10:30 a.m.; Join us for some cookie decorating,
stories, and more.
Free Puppet Show: Tue, July 17, 2pm – 3pm in the Community Room.
Presented by The Heyworth Christian Church youth group.
July 18: All ages’ movie afternoon; 1 p.m. Bring a friend and your own
July 19: LEGO Time; 2 pm; Join us for some creative fun with Legos. Geared for
ages 3rd – 6th grade. Families welcome.
Toddler Time; 6 p.m. Thursday. Toddler time is designed for
children 18 mo. -35 months. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Pattycake, Pancake!, It’s Story Time!; 6:30 p.m. Story time for 3yr – 6 yr. olds. Families welcome!
July 20: Movie; 1 p.m. Friday. Bring a friend and your own snack!
July 21: Heyworth Hunger Games; 11 a.m. Jr./Sr. high youth can join
a race to the finish… Fun, Games, and Activities!
Full activities will continue — through August! See our website for complete information: heyworthlibrary.com or join our Facebook page.
Monthly Genealogy and Local History meeting
Wed., July 18 at 10 am. Heyworth Oral History Project Orientation Meeting
You are invited to attend one of the two offered orientation meetings where you will learn a bit more about our project and will be shown how to go about conducting an interview with a person who has many memories of Heyworth to share. Please select the meeting time below which best fits with your schedule.
Call 473-2313, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know which session you would like to attend.
Canine Reading Buddies Program
Do you have a reluctant reader or just have a student who would enjoy reading time with our reading therapy dog? Sign up today for a fifteen minute session to read to Sasha the Reading Dog. Sasha will visit the library every second Thursday beginning at 6 p.m. Call to reserve your spot today.
Next Visit: August 9 @ 6pm/6:20pm/6:40pm
Weekly Movie Programs (through August):
Bring a friend, snacks, and a drink with a lid for a movie afternoon at your Heyworth Library.
New DVD Movie titles:
Oranges and Sunshine and Green Eggs and Ham and Other Stories are available this week. Our NEW DVD movies can be loaned for three nights for $1.00. All others are available for 7 nights for $1.00.
Adult: Billy Lynns Long Halftime Walk by Ben Fountain; Blaze of Glory by Jeff Shaara; Dogs Journey by Bruce Cameron; Drift by Rachel Maddow; Porch Lights by Dorothea Benton Frank; The Red House: A Novel by Mark Haddon; Unmarked Grave by Charles Todd; XO by Jeffery Deaver; The Third Gate: A Novel by Lincoln Child; Dark Monk by Oliver Potzsch; Screwed by Dick Morris; Dead Level by Sarah Graves; Fallen in Love by Lauren Kate.
Young Adult: Beautiful Chaos by Kami Garcia; Rapture by Lauren Kate.
Children: Hallo Weiner by Dav Pilkey; Melting Sea by Erin Hunter; Mr. Lincoln’s Whiskers by Karen B. Winnick; Bink and Gollie, Two for One
by Kate DiCamillo; Basher 123 by Simon Basher; Farm Boy by Michael Morpurgo; Ghost Knight by Cornelia Caro Funke.