WORD OF THE WEEK Dissonance: The tension between two opposing concepts. Often used in poetry (either in the meaning of words or their rhythm) and in music (with notes that aren’t usually played together.)
SLIME Children ages 8 and up can come to the library this Thursday the 24th at 11 AM to learn how to make several different kinds of slime from common household ingredients.
FREE CONCERT Join us for a night of classic rock this Thursday the 24th at 6 PM. The last library MOOD concert of the summer takes place at the gazebo in the park and will include a 50/50 raffle to support the library.
WORD OF THE WEEK Balatron: a clown, jester, or just general buffoon (particularly a selfish one)
AUGUST EVENTS Join us for an all-ages family concert with Nan Hoffman next Monday the 7th at 11 AM. Children will have two opportunities to create toys at the library this month. Those 9 and up can make their own fidget spinner on Thursday the 10th at 11 AM, while those 8 and up can make slime on Thursday the 24th at 11 AM. Adults can come to a crafting class on Thursday the 10th at 2 PM. Social hour is at 2 PM on the 9th, and movie night, featuring a film about a bossy baby, will be on Thursday the 17th at 5:30. The final library/MOOD concert of the summer will be on Thursday the 24th at 6 PM. To round out the month, our family book club will be reading The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupéry and making a wooden plane on Thursday the 31st at 5 PM. New members are always welcome.
BOOK SALE Thank you to everyone who helped make the book sale a success, whether you were a member of the Friends of the Library, a volunteer who helped with the setup or takedown, or a purchaser of books. The proceeds raised will help the library do many things over the coming year. Keep an eye out for the announcement of the next book sale.