Afternoon Story Hour and Drawing Classes will be held weekly on Mondays at 4:30-5:15PM for children kindergarten thru 2nd grade and on Tuesdays at 4:30-5:30PM for children in 3rd grade and up. Miss Jacki will design age appropriate classes to help teach children some tricks of the trade. Monday projects will be based on the animals in the popular song “What does the Fox Say” and children will work independently to complete their assignments. The Tuesday projects will incorporate the popular animal book series Warriors by Erin Hunter. Please call the library at (609)926-7991 ext.3 or come in to sign up.
DIY Craft Club meets on Friday April 11th and Friday May 16th at 3:30PM. Join Vivian for this children's program geared for ages 6 and up who are able to work independently on projects to create their own version of the craft presented. The tasks in this program are designed to help encourage creativity and resourcefulness.
National Library Week April 14th-18th:
Dad and Me Story Hour and Craft will be held on Monday April 14th at 6:30PM. Calling all dads, granddads, uncles, stepdads or anyone else who has a special fatherly relationship with a child! This is your opportunity to experience a fun filled night at the library with the important children in your life. Registration is required so please call (609)926-7991 ext. 3 or come into the library to sign up.
National Library Week Luncheon and Movie will be held on Wednesday April 16th at 12Noon. Join the Friends of the Library for this annual luncheon followed by a showing of a current movie. Registration is required; cost is $10 per person to be paid at the door or in advance. Please call (609)926-7991 ext. 3 for more information or to reserve your spot.
Children's Afternoon Movie on Thursday April 17th at 1:30PM. The library will host a children's movie time for kids 6 and up. We will show an age appropriate movie and light refreshments will be provided. Please call the library at (609)926-7991 ext. 3 or come in to sign up. Registration is required.
Looking Ahead to May:
Friends of the Linwood Library Bus Trip: Costumes of Downton Abbey at Winterthur Galleries on May 1st at 8:30AM. View exquisite costumes and accessories worn upstairs and down on the period drama television series. More than 40 historically inspired costumes from the internationally popular television show will be displayed along with photographs. The cost of this trip is $75 per person which includes house tour, Downton Abbey Exhibit, and gardens. Lunch is on your own at the restaurant on the premises. Please call the library at (609)926-7991 ext. 3) to register or for more information.
Lego Club on May 2nd 3:30-4:30PM will be our final meeting of the school year. We will resume in the summer for 6 weeks of Lego Club fun. Please call the library to register for the May 2nd session. Summer sign ups will be availabe by the end of the school year.
Meet the Authors Emery Gewirtz and Katie Rha on Sunday May 4th at 12 Noon. The Linwood Library is proud to welcome these local authors who recently published the young adult novel Extium. If you have ever dreamed of publishing your own book, this program is for you. These young authors will explore the writing and publishing process with participants. Please call (609)926-7991 ext. 3 or come into the library to register for this special event!