Looks like one of our teen patrons is a little upset with John Green’s “The Fault In Our Stars.” I found this in the corner when I closed up Friday night.
Call now to sign your reader up for “Read to Luna!” Luna the Therapy Cat will be our special furry guest at our “No Shave November” Mustache Bash on Tuesday, November 25th from 5:30-6:30. Stop in to say “hello” to Luna or call to reserve your spot to read to her. All readers will earn their very own mustache! Call the library at 608/989-2502 now!
For the past month we have been enjoying rosemaling class with teachers Edith Kling and Lois Hoff, two local rosemalers and sisters. What started as a project only for the young women on the Miss Blair court has evolved into a special Tuesday after school group, with not only the Miss Blair royalty participating but also some other teens who were curious about what was taking place on the stage. We hope to have more classes with Edith and Lois, possibly for adults who might be interested in learning this traditional Norwegian art form. Please contact the librarian if you are interested in learning more.
Kids were lined up, armed with their favorite books and ready to read on Wednesday when Luna the Therapy Cat visited the library. Readers each got to spend 10 minutes reading to Luna, as she snuggled up to each one, purring to her heart’s content. Luna is only the second cat to be certified as a therapy cat by the Coulee Region Humane Society Pet Therapy program, and she took to her new job very quickly. Luna’s owners, Karla and Chris Hulne, said that Luna loves people, and is was pretty plain to see that Luna was a happy cat! Kids read chapter books, graphic novels, picture books with both Spanish and French words, and non-fiction books. Luna really enjoyed a colorful book about birds! We love Luna and can’t wait until she makes her next library visit!
It’s time again for the Wednesday “Morning Movie!” On July 23rd we will be watching a brand new movie, “Rio 2.” The movie starts at 10 and runs until about 11:30. Bring your pillows and blankets and join us!
Don’t miss the Wednesday Morning Movie this week as we watch the movie “Robots.” Bring your own pillows and blankets and enjoy this movie about a robot with big dreams. The movie runs from 10-11:30 and is best for kids in Kindergarten and up.
The library will be closed on Friday, July 4th and Saturday, July 5th for the Independence Day holiday. There will also be no “Morning Movie” or story time sessions this week. Have a safe and happy holiday!