Library Newsletter October 2016 issue

The October 2016 issue of the "Cutting Edge" library newsletter.

Tots and Toddlers

         Join us on the first Tuesday of every month at 4:30 pm.  November 1st, December 6th.       dancing penguin

  This interactive program for ages 0 - 3 years will include singing, ryhmes and stories. Siblings are welcome.

Lego Fun

Wednesday, Oct. 19th from 3:30 - 4:30pm

For children ages 5 - 13 years.

Unleash your Lego creativity! This drop-in program will allow children to create Lego masterpieces that will be displayed at the library. Bi-monthly themes will be explored to inspire inventiveness.

Imagination is required.


Coloring for Adults

Every Monday at 2:00pm

Coloring is not just for kids anymore. Studies have shown that coloring activates tthe logic part of our brain.

It is a great centering activity coloring for adultsthat alleviates stress and promotes relaxation.

Enjoy an afternoon of relaxation with soothing music and refreshments.

Gifts in a Jar

Come and make a one-of-a-kind gift for someone special or yourself on

Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 7:00pm

You can choose a soupmix, cookie mix or a body scrub.

Each gift is $5.00 per jar whichs helps defray the cost of the supplies.

gifts in a jar

Please register by calling 815-496-2031.

Painting Party

Winter paintingSunday, Oct. 30 at the Norway Community Building at 4:00pm

Sponsored by the Friends of the Robert Rowe Library


Preschool Play Group

Meets every Thursday  at 11:00am.

This program is geared toward 3 - 5 years and lasts approximately 30 minutes.

Join us for stories, games, songs and crafts.


Bingo at the Library

Friday, October 28th at 2:00pm


Try your luck at our monthly Bingo for fun and prizes.

Bring a friend. Light snacks will be served.

Must be 18 years and older to play.

E Reader One-on-One Classes

e readerThe library is offering one-on-one classes on how to use an e-reader to download e-books and audio books from the library's website.  Call 815-496-2031 to schedule an appointment with a member of the library staff.

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