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Have Fun At The Reedley Library

IN THE February 8 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham

If you are looking for fun free things to do, there’s nothing better than the library. Reedley library has several fun things going on right now.

Guess The Book-
Began February 1
Guess what book is shredded in the Jar – all that guess correctly will win a prize. A grand prize winner will be drawn from all correct entries. Teens only! Drawing will be held February 15.

Read With A Dog-
Every other Wednesday from 2:30-3:30 (next one February 19)
Aero is a Tail Waggin’ Tutor that loves to have children read to him.

Aero and Georgia

Story Time-
Begins February 12 every Wednesday morning at 11.
An Interactive story time with books, songs, and rhythms for ages 3-5.

Cardboard Challenge-
February 15 from 2:00-4:00
Using cardboard and craft items and recycled materials to create robots, games, toys, wherever your imagination takes you! Will be part of a huge community submitting cardboard creations.

Post-It Note Art Contest-
Begins February 21
Get a Post-It and draw something. Even if you can only doodle. All types of media accepted just do it on a post-it note. No limits on number of entries. Ages 10-18. Enter by March 18. Winner announced March 29.

Children’s Board Game Day-
March 1 from 2-4
Don’t be bored. Come, bring your friends and play some board games at the Reedley Library.

For info on even more programs coming check out the online calendar.

And of course the best free thing of all is checking out a book! The Reedley Library is located at 1027 E Street.

Lorie Lewis Ham is our Editor-in-Chief and a contributor to various sections, coupling her journalism experience with her connection to the literary and entertainment worlds. Explore Lorie’s mystery writing at Mysteryrat’s Closet.

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1 Eva Mc Anulty February 11, 2014 at 5:28pm

Very good article lots of information on all that’s going in at your library.

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