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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Lots to do at the Montvale Library!!!!!

What’s coming up in February and March at the Montvale Library Children’s Department!
Registration for Winter Story hour is over and most of our story hours are full.
Some story hours have waiting lists so if you have signed up and will not be
attending please call so someone can take your spot.  Also, if you are going to
bring a friend to story hour, please let us know so we can have sufficient materials
for craft.  If you have any concern that the library maybe closed because of
weather, please call before making the trip over here.  We will be extending story
hour for one week because of all the snow cancellations.  From Monday – Thursday we
will now be closing at 9pm.
And please, please show your support for the library by checking out books when you
come to story hour!

Ok, back to fun stuff…


Artist Peri will be at the library 
on Sun., February 13th for Paper making workshop
for ADULTS.  Registration is required. There is also a $20 fee for this program for
materials and you will receive a deckle (used to make paper) so that you can make
decorative paper at home out of junk mail and paper scraps!  This program is for
adults but older children are welcome to accompany a registered/ paid parent.  Call
for more information.
Art Club with Artist Peri will meet on Thursday, Feb. 17th at 4:30pm.  This program
is for children in 2nd grade and up.  Registration is required in person only.

The 3
rd and 4th grade book club, which usually meets on the second Friday of the
month, will meet on the third Friday of February (the 18th) at 3:45pm.  The book we
are reading for this meeting is The Twits by 
Ronald Dahl.  Please call if you are
interested in joining.  We will go back to meeting on the 2nd Friday of the month in
March.

*The library is closed 
on Monday, February 21st in honor of Presidents day.  We will
have story hour as scheduled the rest on the week.*
Night Time Story hour will be on Wed., Feb. 23rd at 6:30pm for children ages 3 and
up.  Don’t forget to wear your PJs. Registration is required and will only be taken
in person.

Our first
Kids cooking club will meet on Thurs., Feb 24th at 4:00pm.  This club will
be for student in 1st grade and up.   Registration is required in person.  We will
be learning about healthy foods, recipes, measuring, kitchen safety, and making
food!  This club will meet on the last Thursday of every month.
On Friday, March 4th the Learning Experience will be visiting again for two special
story hours.  2 yr olds will meet at 10:30am and 3-4 yr olds will meet at 1:30pm.
Registration is required in person only.

3rd a
nd 4th grade book club will meet on Friday, March 11th at 3:45pm.  The book for
this meeting will be picked at our February meeting.

On Monday, March 14th at 3:45pm, we welcome
Mark the Magician for a special Luck o’
the Irish Magic show for children age 4 and up.  Registration is required in person
and will begin on February 28th.

On Wed., March 16th at 10:30am, we will be having a special
Baby Sign Language class
with Fran Roesemann.  She incorporates music with sign language for little ones.
This will be a two part class meeting on March 16th and the 23rd. Registration is
required for this program in person only and will begin on Feb. 21st.
Art Club with Artist Peri will meet on Thursday, March 17th at 4:30pm.  This program
is for children in 2nd grade and up.  Registration is required in person only.
Night Time Story hour will be on Wed., Mar. 23rd at 6:30pm for children ages 3 and
up.  Don’t forget to wear your PJs. Registration is required and will only be taken
in person.
Violin and Cello lessons will begin again on Saturday, March 26th.  Lessons are
FREE!  Don’t miss out on the opportunity to introduce your child to a new
instrument.  Instruments do have to be rented prior to start of lessons.  They can
be rented from Woodside Instruments in Park Ridge at a very reasonable price.
Please call Mrs. Giulia for more information about this program.
http://www.stringsforlittlestars.com/

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