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Weekly Newsletter ~ February 6, 2013

In honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, the Greater Federated Women’s Club of Heyworth is sponsoring a drawing for three Dr. Seuss books during the month of February.  For every book checked out, patrons will receive a ticket for the drawing. You may choose the book you want by placing the ticket in the canister of the title you would like to win.  On March 1st, we will draw three lucky winners.  Thank you to the Federated Women’s Club of Heyworth for helping share and promote the love of reading to our community.

The Winter READ 2013: Read Undercover begins February 1st!  Does winter get you down or inspire you?  Either way, let Heyworth Public Library be your source of great reads to get you through the rest of winter.  Read Undercover from February through March to be entered in a drawing for an exclusive Heyworth Public Library mug!  On February 1 sixth graders – adults can pick up a Read Undercover game sheet.  There are different genres and types of library materials listed on the sheet in rows of four.  You choose if you want to select books and materials from the game sheet across, up or down, diagonally, or all 4 corners.  Record the four titles on your game sheet and turn it in to be in the drawing.  Children kindergarten through fifth grade can use a Read Undercover reading log, and for every four books read, they will be entered in our drawing for exclusive Heyworth Library mugs as well.

Upcoming Programs:

Friday Afterschool Movies  Every Friday @ 3:20pm

Family Story Time 2/7 (Thur)@ 6:15pm; Join us at the library each Thursday evening for a family story time.  Our story and activities will be geared for pre-k – 1st grade, but all of the family is encouraged to join us for an enjoyable 45 minutes of Family FUN!

Local History/Genealogy at the Heyworth Public Library 2/8 (Fri) @ 10:30am; We will resume our monthly meetings to begin another year of gathering information about the people/places/events of Randolph Township.  We have begun an oral histories project to highlight our longtime citizens and preserve our history through recorded interviews. We will also be working with Dennis Powell, the Sexton in charge of Randolph Cemeteries and begin a project to transfer the records to an electronic media for genealogists to more easily look up records. Whether you are a native of Randolph Township or a history buff, you are invited to help further our resources and document our shared history.

Couponing 101 2/11 (Mon) @ 6:30pm; Bring your coupons to swap, learn about websites to help make the most of your shopping dollars, and learn how to become a secret shopper.

Monday Evening Book Club  2/25 @ 6:30pm; The Fourth Monday of the Month; Join us as we read a wide selection of books and discuss what we liked and didn’t like. This month’s discussion will be about Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith.

LEGO Time!  2/26 @ 3:20pm; fourth Tuesday of each month.

The Scrapbooking Hour(s) 2/26 (Tue) @ 5pm–8pm; Come and go as you need to, bring your own supplies/snacks, and meet with others who love to scrapbook.  We will meet EVERY last Tuesday of the Month.

The Society for Creative Destruction  3/2 (Sat) @ 10:30am; Every first Saturday. Come join us as we explore the art of a different kind of journaling. We will be inspired by author Keri Smith’s work. She has created a series called, Wreak This Journal, offering a fun way to express yourself with art and writing. Bring a cheap blank composition journal; we will have a few for those who need one.

Upcoming Holiday Closings:

February 18 (Monday) President’s Day

New Material on shelves:

DVD Movie titles:

The Cold Light of Day and The Possession 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: Touch & Go by Lisa Gardner; Deadly Stakes by J.A. Jance;  Easter Bunny Murder by Leslie Meier;  Proof of Guilt by Charles Todd;  Queen of the Waves by Janice Thompson.

Young Adult: Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger; Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys;  The Madman’s Daughter by Megan Shepherd.

Children: Play Makers by Mike Lupica; Mystery of the Phantom Heist by Franklin W. Dixon; Secret of the Red Arrow by Franklin W. Dixon;  Strangers on a Train by Carolyn Keene;  Big Nate Flips Out by Lincoln Peirce;  Marley and the Great Easter Egg Hunt.


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