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MOVIES @ YOUR LIBRARY

Thursday, August 28th, 6:30 PM

Noel Wien Library Auditorium

Pick up a copy of the printed August Berry Room calendar for information on the movies being shown, or call 459-1052. The movies are shown on the big screen in the Noel Wien Library Auditorium. Popcorn munchies are served. Auditorium doors open ten minutes before movie starts.

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MOTHER MOOSE

Tuesday, August 26th at 6:30 PM
Noel Wien Library Berry Room

A short rhyme, story, and activity time for the under two set (infants and toddlers from birth to 23 months) and a parent or caregiver.
No registration is required.

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Memories of the Old North Pole Branch Library

Thanks for the memories! We’ve been at the old North Pole Library for 40 years. This fall we will be moving to our new location across the street from North Pole High School. If you have pictures, stories, or memories to share of the Old North Pole Branch Library, please stop by and pick up a piece of card stock and attach a picture/photograph, drawing or story. We will compile these memories into a scrapbook.

Our cherished memories from this cozy old library will travel with us to our new location. We are excited!

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PAJAMA STORYTIME

Tuesday, August 12th, 7:00 PM
Berry Room

Wear your pajamas and slippers, and bring your favorite bedtime stuffed animal for an evening storytime for 3 to 10 year olds. No registration is required for this fun way for the whole family to enjoy stories before bedtime.

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Crafty Fiction

The August display and booklist, Crafty Fiction, highlights novels in which handicrafts play a key role in the story. The handicrafts are included with the title listings, so you can pick and choose among your favorite crafts. However, this doesn’t mean that the entire story hinges on handicrafts but that the craft or crafter is important to the plot or helps develop the story’s background or theme. For instance, Dick Francis’ SHATTERED, one of his beloved horse racing mysteries, involves a glassblower who makes racing trophies. On the other hand, Jennifer Chiaverini’s Elm Creek Quilters series has lots of quilting talk, some history, and bits of romance. Do note that many crafts, other than the currently very popular quilting and knitting, are represented – including scrapbooking, auto restoration, and decorative blacksmithing!

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