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Weekly Newsletter ~ March 13, 2013

Heyworth Public Library will be hosting the University of IL Extension Office as they provide a program on Growing and Cooking Culinary Herbs on April 29th at 6:30 p.m. in our community room.  Join us as we put spring thoughts to work in the kitchen and our gardens.  This is a free event. We have a sign-up sheet at the front desk at the library.  Please stop in or call to let us know you are coming so we can plan for supplies.

The last month of the Winter READ is here!  Get your game sheet or reading log turned in by March 31 to be entered in our drawing for one of six exclusive Heyworth Library mugs!

The Heyworth Public Library is looking for the following things to get ready for our Summer Reading program (Have Book – Will Travel!):

  • Maps – faded, old or new, local, state, foreign…any are welcome. (You will not get them back.)
  • Old suit cases – leather bound or imitation – (For decoration – you will get them back!)
  • Route 66 Signage – (For decoration – you will get them back!)

Upcoming Programs:

Movies @ Your Library Every Friday @ 3:20 p.m.

Family Story Time Thursday @ 6:15 p.m.

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!

Monday Evening Book Club 3/25 @ 6:30 p.m.

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.

BLOCK Party: LEGO Time!  3/26 @ 3:20 p.m.

The fourth Tuesday of each month. Join us as we enjoy being creative and build our imaginations.

The Scrapbooking Hour(s) 3/26 @ 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

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.

Local History/Genealogy Society 4/5 @ 10:30 a.m.

We will resume our monthly meetings to begin another year of gathering information about the people/places/events of Randolph Township.  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.

The Society for Creative Destruction 4/6 @ 10:30 a.m.

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, Wreck 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.

Couponing 101 Monday 4/8 @ 6:30 p.m.

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.

Growing and Cooking with Herbs Monday 4/29 @ 6:30 p.m.

We will be hosting the University of IL Extension Office as they provide a program on Growing and Cooking Culinary Herbs.  Call or come by to sign up.

New Material on shelves:

DVD Movie titles:

Alex Cross and Sinister 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.

Audiobooks:  The Chance by Karen Kingsbury

Adult: Red Velvet Cake Murders by Joanne Fluke; Poppy Done to Death by Charlaine Harris; Night Move by Randy Wayne White; The Boyfriend by Thomas Perry; Bad Blood by Dana Stabenow; Sweet Tea Revenge by Laura Childs; Rimfire Bride by Sara Luck; The Last Debutante by Julia London; Lord of Darkness by Elizabeth Hoyt; Life Code by Dr. Phil McGraw; Insane City by Dave Barry; The Dinner by Herman Koch; The Tutor’s Daughter by Julia Klassen.

Young Adult: Requiem by Lauren Oliver; Iceman by Chris Lynch.

Children: Cahills VS. Vespers: Day of Gloom by David Baldacci; The Care and Keep of You 2 by Carrie Anton; Captain Awesome and the Ultimate Spelling Bee by Stan Kirby; Pete the Cat: Pete’s BIG Lunch by James Dean; Clementine and the Spring Trip by Marla Frazee.


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