Join the group as they discuss LAB GIRL, by Hope Jahrens: Tuesday, October 24th, at 6pm.
Or . . . read a great review: here.
This year’s theme is Reading By Design: we’re hoping to tap into your creative side! The Summer Reading Program is all about reading for fun, and is open to readers of all ages.
Registration will be held Monday, June 5th through Saturday, June 10th at the library. For preschoolers through 5th grade students, a parent or legal guardian must be present to register the child.
The reading program will kick off on June 12 and run through July 15. We’re giving you five weeks to get those books read this year instead of our usual four! Throughout the course of the program, there will be special activities for all ages. Mosey on over to the library for a complete schedule of events, but here are a few of the regular weekly activities we’re offering this year, please click on the respective links for more information or see our calendar of events for more details.
Some of the special activities include:
Celebrate the joy of reading with us this year with our summer reading program designed to make you happy! Remember, here at Schmaling we value your efforts to read your way through summer so much that we give out prizes galore! A grand prize of $50 will be awarded to one of our lucky preschool through fifth grade participants who turns in 5 or more reading slips. One lucky young adult program participant (6th-12th grade) who reads 6 or more books will also win $50. One super lucky adult program participant who reads 6 or more books will win an overnight stay at the Wild Rose Casino and Resort and a $25 voucher at Coaches Corner Sports Bar & Grill.
Summary of Reading Levels Read to Me: Preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st grade = 50 minutes of reading per slip Rookie Readers: 2nd and 3rd grade = 100 minutes of reading per slip Independent Readers: 4th and 5th grade = 150 minutes per slip YA Readers: 6th grade through high school = one entry slip per book read for weekly drawings; 6 or more books qualifies for the grand prize drawing Adult Readers = one entry slip per book read for weekly drawings; 6 or more books qualifies for the grand prize drawing
Beginning in March, the Schmaling Adult Coloring Club began meeting on Tuesdays from 2 – 3 pm at the library. Consider joining your fellow coloring enthusiasts for a relaxing time of coloring and visiting.
Due to an interest in evening coloring program offerings, the Library will now host a Coloring for All Ages program on Thursday evenings from 5:30-6:30 pm.
Individuals as well as families are encouraged to attend. Per Library Policy, children aged 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult or a responsible caregiver aged 14 or older. Parents or caregivers of children aged 6 or younger must remain in the Children’s Room with their child(ren) but adult coloring materials will still be available to them to utilize. Adults and Young Adults may congregate upstairs. Parents of children aged 7 and above may elect to stay downstairs with their children or join the adults upstairs. The Adult Coloring Club that meets on Tuesdays will still continue to meet as an adults only gathering.
The Library will provide coloring books/pages, colored pencils, and crayons for those who are new to the coloring craze, or if you’re already an enthusiast, you may bring your own supplies. Coffee, tea, juice, and treats will be served to program attendees.
This program is absolutely FREE! No registration is necessary. If you have any questions, please contact the Library at 815-589-2045 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Come join the fun!
Are you stressed and need a way to blow off steam?
Maybe you’re just looking for some time to relax?
Look no further than Schmaling Memorial Public Library for our new
ADULT COLORING CLUB!
Beginning in March, the Schmaling Adult Coloring Club will meet at the library on Tuesday afternoons from 2 – 3 pm. Come join your fellow coloring enthusiasts for a relaxing time of coloring and visiting. The Library will provide coloring books/pages and colored pencils for those new to the adult coloring craze, or if you’re already an enthusiast you may bring your own supplies.
Coffee, tea, and cookies will be served to program attendees. This program is absolutely FREE! Please note that this program is intended for adults aged 18 and older. No registration is necessary. If you have any questions, please contact the library at (815) 589-2045 or email email@example.com.