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Weekly Newsletter ~ October 30, 2013

Fall’s chilly air has arrived and it’s a perfect time to catch up on reading.  Many titles are arriving weekly.  Stop by or browse online through our website heyworthlibrary.com to see our latest offerings.  Also a full line up of activities and programs are being planned this winter and are posted under the programs tab.  There is something for everyone at your Heyworth Public Library.  All of our programs and activities are free of charge.  Sign-ups are sometimes requested due to space limitations or supply costs.

Holiday Cake Pans!   The Heyworth Public Library has over 82 cake pans for a 7 day loan period.  We are excited to offer this collection.  Do you have a cake pan that you would like to donate to grow this collection?  Our pans are on display in the library and can be viewed on our website as well.   So you don’t want to bake a cake?  Use our pans to mold rice crispy treats, bake a designer pan of box mix brownies, or use the pans to mold fruit punch to float in your party punch bowl.  Stop in and let your imagination run wild…right in time for holidays.

Upcoming Programs:

Monday Evening Book Club, 6:30 p.m.

November  25:  Lean In, by Sheryl Sandberg;  Stop by and get your copy today.  Large print and audiobook versions available as well.

December 23: No book club

January 27: A Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood.

February 24:  Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight.

Would you like start your own book club with a group of friends?  We can help with book selection, and loan the books you will need for your group.  Stop by today and ask for details.

Family Story Time, each Thurs evening at 6:15 p.m. COMING IN FEB and MAR 2014.

Friday After School Movies, each Friday at 3:20 pm (Sept 13 – May 16)

Each Friday join us afterschool for a movie on our big screen with Bose surround sound in our Community room.  Bring a friend, your own snack, and a covered drink for a great way to start your weekend!

LEGO Block Party, after-school program, First Tuesdays at 3:45 p.m.

Nov 5:  Sign up for our monthly Block Party!  We have space for 15 children each month to come create, collaborate, and have fun with LEGOs!  This is open to first through eighth graders.

The Society for Creative Destruction, after-school program, Third Tuesdays at 3:45 p.m.

Oct. 15:  Join us as we explore the art of another type of journaling.  Hey summer SCDer’s we hope to see you at our after-school session!  If you missed this program during the summer, join us this fall.  Sign up is needed to have supplies ready.

Local History Club, fourth Fridays at 10:30 a.m.

Nov. 22:  All interested in preserving Randolph Township history are welcome to attend in the library’s Community Room.  Maybe you are new to the area and want to learn more, or you’re a seasoned Randolph Township Local History Expert, all are welcome to join us each month as we share and gather information.

Halloween Trick or Treat at the Library, 5 pm – 7:45 pm, Thursday October 31.

DVD Movie titles out this week:

Pain & Gain, The Great Gatsby, and Now You See Me 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.

NEW FITNESS VIDEOS:  The library has received a small collection of fitness videos for checkout.  They  are grouped together in our DVD section of the library.

NEW BOOKS out on the shelves this week:

Audio Book:  The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon.

Adult:  Inherit the dead by Lee Child; Return to Me by Lynn Austin; An Untamed Heart by Larraine Snelling; Lawless Trail by Ralph Cotton; 40 Love by Madeleine Wickham; Mischief and Mistletoe by Mary Jo Putney; Age of Blood by Weston Ochse; Sycamore Row by John Grisham; Starry Night by Debbie Macomber; and Southern as a 2nd Language by Lisa Patton.

Young Adult:  Allegiant by Veronica Roth; The Last Apprentice: I am Alice by Joseph Delany; and In the Band by Jean Haus.

Children:    Strangest Animals by Thea Feldman.

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