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Get ready for the great Halloween Events at the Library!  If you haven’t been in, you haven’t had a chance to grab one of our great handouts, located at the Circulation and Children’s Desks.  If you want more information on any of the events, please check out the Children’s Calendar where you can also see if registration is required.

Events start Wednesday and end on Halloween with 2 Trick or Treat sessions in the Library! Come Trick or Treat in your costumes and get great goodies!

 

October 22 (W) : 7-8 PM Fractured Fairy Tales for Families (Children’s Program Room)

October 26 (Su) : 2-3 PM Robert Rogers Puppets presents Hobnobbin’ Goblins Puppet Show (Community Room)

October 28 (T) : 7-7:45 PM Halloween Make & Take for Kids, Ages 4-11 (Children’s Program Room)

October 29 (W) : 6:30-8:30 PM Adult Murder Mystery Gala (Community Rm) – Currently full

October 29 (W) : 7-8 PM Halloween Surprise for Kids and Families (Children’s Program Room)

October 31 (F) : 11-11:45 AM & 3:30-4:30 PM Halloween Trick or Treat (Start in Children’s)

 

Don’t forget to stay connected: Facebook, Twitterblog.

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Come in and check out one of our great programs like Topics in Microsoft Word 2007 or Job Search: Returning to work.  There’s also our upcoming Jewelry: Knotwork classes (Autust 18 and 25) or Adult Chess Club. We always have a lot going on, so check out the calendar and sign up for one of our great events today!

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This week (and every week this summer) we have tons of great programs both at the main library and the Franklin Park branch!

In the Children’s department we have puppet shows (every Monday at 2:30 PM this summer), learn to play chess (every Monday at 6:30 pm this summer), legos, a magic show, scrapbooking, the Muppets from Space movie, and much more!  Our Children’s department has two programs a day, every day, Monday – Friday throughout the summer.  Come enjoy!

Young Adults aren’t left out.  This week “what’s an abacus?” and “young adult book bingo” are happening with great activities and prizes! The YA Yarn Club at the Franklin Park branch also starts this week, so break out the knitting and crochet!

Our adults have chess club, bobbin lacemaking, the Summer Concert series, free movies (Lone Survivor and The Grand Budapest Hotel for July), computer classes on Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint, and more this month!

Get all the details on these great programs and find out if you need to register at the appropriate calendar (links above).  You’ll also be able to see where the event is held, at the Main or Franklin Park branch.

Come in, engage in one of our fantastic programs, and let us know what you think!

Stay connected: Facebook, Twitterblog and Summer.

 

Upcoming this month at FTPL:

Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, young adult Yarn Club, beginner yoga, adult chess, probate a will, intro to origami, and our summer reading program!  Have you registered for an event or summer reading yet?  Check out our adult, young adult and children’s calendars and “spark a reaction” today!

Stay connected: Facebook, Twitterblog and Summer.

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Have you met our utterly wonderful Children’s Librarians yet?  Not only do they love their work, they love their crafts – as you can see from their program room decorations!  Come in any time when the Library is open or come to one of their many great programs, like tonight’s Magic Tree House Night at 7pm.   Check out their calendar and  check out their fantastic programs which run all year.