Start off 2013 on a Happy Note!

Join us for these cultural eventsĀ in January!

Parlez-vous francais? The library will offer Muzzy French programs at 4:15 p.m. on January 16, January 23, and January 30. Children in preschool – fifth grade can enjoy cartoons that teach French through language immersion. The easy-to-comprehend cartoons feature a friendly monster named Muzzy. An activity that reinforces new vocabulary will close each event. Separate registration is required for each Muzzy French program.

The library will host Muzzy Spanish at 4:15 p.m. on January 11, January 18, and January 25. Children of all ages can learn Spanish by watching cartoons. No registration is required for Muzzy Spanish.

On January 28 at 4:30 p.m., the Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project will teach Korean folk tales to children of all ages. Registration is required.

To find out about our other upcoming events, check out our calendar.

Introducing our Elf on the Library Shelf!

A visitor arrived at the library last night: one of Santa’s elves from the North Pole! His name is Ollie. He will stay with us until Christmas Eve. Until then, his job is to check that the kids at the library are all nice! He will report back to Santa each night, so be on your best behavior!

Every day, Ollie will hide in a new spot in the library. If you are the first child to to find him, you will receive a special prize!

Plus, you can write to Ollie! Just give your letter to Miss Marissa. She will be sure that Ollie receives it. Then, he will write back to you!

To see Ollie’s photo and a letter from our new friend, check out our picture tab!