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Don’t forget to check out our cake pan collection. We now have 119 pans available for FREE 7-day checkout, all donated, due in a large part from a gift donation from the family of Leta Shankel. You can view all our cake pans from our website heyworthlibrary.com. Go to the BOOKS, MOVIES, and MORE tab and select BORROW, then click on CAKE PANS. Pictures of each pan are listed. Last week we added a pan to make an edible cake dress for a fashion doll. It was checked out the day it was set out for display.
So your family doesn’t like cake? There are other alternative uses for cake pans. Use them to mold cinnamon rolls, bake a uniquely shaped pie (cherry dinosaur pie anyone?), bake boxed brownies in a fun shape, create decorative punch floats, or mold your favorite marshmallow treats recipe in a fun shape. With the upcoming holiday season approaching the possibilities are endless.
Donations were given in Larry Mowery’s memory from Cathy and Dennis Wentworth, and Fred and Shirley Slayback. Fred and Shirley Slayback also presented gifts to the library in memory of Marilyn Yvonne Cotner and Iona Fern Murphy.
The library greatly appreciates the gifts and memorials donated to the Heyworth Public Library. It is through these gifts and memorials that we can offer services and materials that go beyond the ordinary. For more information on gifts, memorials or bequests contact the director Beth Porter at 473-2313.
Oct. 22 The Last Fall Family Story Time, 6:15 pm (45 min. program) Sept – Oct 22. This evening is geared for pre-school through first grade, however the whole family is welcome to join in on the fun. Come explore, participate in art, and enjoy stories.
Oct. 16 After School Movies, 3:20 p.m. Every Friday the library is open. Bring a friend and your own snack! All drinks need to have a screw on cap – no juice pouches or cans please.
Oct. 26 Monday Evening Book Club, Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by Erik Larson, 4th Mondays at 6:30 pm. We are always seeking new people to join us! Give us a try, we have a friendly talkative bunch. It’s a great way to meet new people in town. Books in regular and large print available, as well as audiobook, at the library for checkout, stop in and get yours today.
Would you like to start your own book club with a group of friends? We can help with book selection, and loaning books needed for your group. Start a book club in your neighborhood today! Stop by and ask for details.
Oct. 27 Lego Block Party, 4th Tues of each Month at 3:30 pm. (Nov and Dec will be 3rd Tues due to holidays.) Afterschool snack, Lego games, and creative building. Sign up at the library. 1st grade – 8th grade.
Oct. 28 Heyworth History Club, 4rd Wednesday mornings at 10:30 a.m. All are welcome to join us in collecting and preserving Randolph Township history. If you are interested, but can’t make a morning meeting, please let Beth Porter or Lona Soice know your interest and evenings available.
Oct. 29 Halloween Trick or Treat at the Library, 5 pm – 7:45 pm, All kids receive a free book.
Nov. 2 Heyworth Knitters and Crafters, 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month, 6:30 pm -7:30 pm. We are thrilled to offer crafters a space to create and socialize! This group is very willing to teach anyone who would like to learn to knit or crochet. We have yarn, instructions for beginning projects, and needles to get you started on a new hobby. If you want to learn how to knit or crochet you must sign up to attend, so our group can have all you need ready for the evening. If you are a knitter or a crafter looking to socialize with others in our area, just show up as your schedule allows. Available to anyone 4th grade and up.
Nov. 17 Jestun Nutter will share his Native American artifacts collection, and his experiences gathering these items in the Randolph Twp. and surrounding areas. We invite everyone to bring and share their collections at this event. Heyworth History Club, “History in Your Own Backyard”, 6 pm – 8 pm, RSVP by Nov. 16.
For all programs and more, see our website at heyworthlibrary.com.