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Town Tribune Library Column -- January 10, 2019

posted Jan 6, 2019, 10:17 AM by NF Library

Program Registration

   Our library has had online registration for programs for a few months now.  It has made many of our patrons happy that they can sign up for programs outside of library hours.  If there is anyone who does not own a computer or is not comfortable using one, please do not hesitate to call us and we can register for you if there is a program you are interested in attending.

   We can’t stress enough how important it is to register for programs. This time of year with questionable weather can create problems with library programs due to closures, a presenter cancels the program due to the weather conditions, car trouble or illness. When it comes to a craft, floral arranging, or program where the presenter has handouts, we need to know how many people will be attending so that we can have the correct amount of supplies or literature on hand. Sometimes the programs are limited to a certain number of participants because the presenter has a class limit or there is a limit due to the room capacity.  When it comes to story time programs, the library staff member may become ill, their children may be ill, or they may take a vacation, etc.  We don’t want you to bring a child out, especially in bad weather, only to find out that there is no program when you got to the library.

   Part of the registration process is giving a phone number and email address.  If a program has to be cancelled, we immediately call to let you know of the change.  If you decide to attend and didn’t register, we can’t call you.  Please, now that it is the new year, let’s start out fresh and if there is a program you’d like to attend, use the registration process so that can be connected and notify you if there is an issue.  Thank you for your consideration and cooperation.

Adult Programs

   Friday Night Crafting Club, 6-8 pm.  Bring your project to the Library and take some time for yourself with fellow crafters.  This informal group meets in the Library’s lower level and requires no registration.

   Drop-In Meditation, Weds., January 16, 6:30-7:30 pm.  Take responsibility over what kinds of thoughts you have.  With just one second, one breath and one thought of changing your perspective, you can realign your well-being to a more peaceful, happy mindset.  No registration is required. 

   Improv Comedy Workshop, Monday, Jan. 14, 6:30-8 pm.  Community Access presents CTV192 Improv Comedy for Beginner’s Workshop.  Improv and Community Television have a lot in common:  creativity, fun, and anyone can participate.  With that in mind, participants will be guided through what we do at CTV192 and how that relates to Improv comedy.  Everyone who has attended other programs said they had a great time and would love to do it again.  This activity is open to anyone over the age of 15.  Teens 15-17 must be accompanied by an adult.  Online registration opened Dec. 31st.

   Genealogy, Weds., Jan. 16, 6:45-7:45 pm.  Karen Keeler will be available to assist you with your ancestry search.  This group meets in the Library’s Community Room.  Online registration opened Jan. 2nd.

Children’s Programs

   More Stories Please, Wednesdays, Children ages three to five will meet for stories and crafts with Miss JoAnn in January, 10:30 am, Program Room.  Online registration is required for each month.

   Drop-In Storytime/Stay and Play, Thursdays, 10:30-11am, Program Room.  Stories, music and movement for all ages with Ms. JoAnn every Thursday unless school is closed or delayed.  No registration is required. 

   Drop-in Saturday Craft, 11 am to 4 pm, Children’s Library.  Children of all ages are welcome to come between the hours of 11 am to 4 pm to do a craft at their leisure.  No registration is required.

   Sticky Jams, Monday, Jan. 14, 10:30-11:30 am.  Sticky Jams are child-centered celebrations of music, movement and mindfulness.  Classes are geared for children ages twelve to twenty-four months.  Online registration opened Dec. 31st.

 

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