NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK
Special programs at Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library in celebration of
National Library Week, April 11 - 17, 2010
The Mission of the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library is to provide excellence in library service to all who seek access to information and recreational, educational, and cultural materials of any format. It also aims to promote the well-being of the community through programs and cooperative efforts with other community agencies, public and private.
The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library will help create a community where ideas, culture, and knowledge thrive by providing materials, equipment and services to all people.
|Teddy Bear Night Out||43||Children brought their teddy bear to the library for an evening of bedtime stories, songs and snacks. The teddy bears stayed at the library for a sleepover and were picked up the next day.|
|Puppetry Workshop and Show||31||Students in K-4 put on a puppet show for preschoolers, and then everyone got to make their own puppet to take home!|
|Silly Saturday 2010||78||Over 50 Silly things were done to the library for our annual April Fool's Day contest. The players who found the most, won a Borders giftcard!|
|Needlework Show 2010||115||36th Annual Needlework Show, held March 24 -28, 2010. Cosponsored by the Friends of the Library and Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library|
|It's Your Lucky Day! St Patrick's Day||24||Teens decorated sugar cookies, put them in a special take-home box, then made St. Patrick's Day cards and played Irish trivia jeopardy, while also snacking on biscotti and homemade cookies. And everyone took home some chocolate "leprechaun's gold."|
|American Girl Party||32||Children bring in their American Girl Doll for a party.|
|Chocolate Fest||34||Teens celebrated Valentine's Day early by making chocolate candy, decorating chocolate cupcakes, tasting some fondue, creating magnetic poetry, and playing Chocolate Jeopardy. Mmmm!|
|Gail Giles author webchat||29||Our high school book club got to "virtually" meet Gail Giles via a Skype visit, to ask her questions about her book "Right Behind You," as well as writing in general.|
To reserve a meeting room, please visit the library and ask for the Finance Department. You may also call 330 688-3295 and ask for the Finance Department and an application will be mailed to you.
Akron, Ohio artist, Barbara Krans Jenkins graduated from Kent State University, 1965 (B.A. Science in Education, Art, K-12). After teaching two years and while raising a family of 4 children, she free-lanced from her home doing calendars, logos, magazine illustrations, pet and home portrait commissions and art shows.
We setup three new wireless access points at the library for you.
Bring your laptops and wireless devices.
We have increased bandwidth and can handle many connections.
Connect to the wireless address (SSID)
What to do with it?
Check your e-mail, surf the web, play games, do homework, and use the library services, of course.