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You may have gotten our Annual Fund Drive Letter in the mail recently. We are already receiving donations! THANK YOU to all who support us through the annual drive and in other ways all year!
Your support allows us to serve the community in so many ways, including some very positive changes coming this year! We are excited about these changes and hope you are too!
Take a look at the letter below (or click the link for a PDF ) if you haven’t gotten one and would like to read it (LOTS of information about what’s happening) and stop in with or mail in your contribution!
2018 library fund drive letter
We have set some goals for the new year. Over the next few months we will discuss our progress and ask for your input through this website, our newsletter, our Facebook page, at the library, and out and about in the community.
Please help us to meet our goals and set more. Read our goals below and take the survey about what interests you or tell us what other programs and services you need!
You can pick up the survey at the library or print it out here:
2018 Library program idea SURVEYS
- Increase programs and events for all ages
- Start a Teen Advisory Group
- Partner with local groups to better serve the community
- Improve and expand our Summer Reading/Learning Program
- Take our programs and services out into the community
- Update our collection of books, DVDs, audiobooks, and more
Programs we have:
Storytime on Wednesday mornings and Thursday evenings
Book Club 3rd Wednesday of the month
Coloring for Adults 1st Tuesday of the month
Summer Reading Program for all ages
What we’re adding:
One on One Computer & Device help by appointment
Teen Advisory Group
Some of our ideas for 2018 (also listed in the survey):
Paint/Craft/Create: Make a craft, painting, or other project with materials and instructors provided.
Craft and Chat: bring your current project and spend time with other crafters, sharing tips and ideas or just enjoying their company.
Community Game Night: Bring your card or board games to play with friends and family and/or meet other game enthusiasts. Learn some new games or play old favorites.
Trivia Night: Test your knowledge and luck! Bring a team, join a team, or compete solo. Interested in a specific TVshow/movie series/ book genre/sport? We will host a tournament and find questions to stump you!
Nonfiction Book Discussion: book group to discuss narrative nonfiction on a variety of topics.
Book Buzz: A monthly meeting to share favorite authors and books, to find out what is coming next from established and new authors. Discuss which titles are generating buzz and which should get more attention.
Hour of Code/Hour of STEAM: Know a child that likes to try new things? We can whip up activities and experiments to help them explore and learn with a group or at their own pace.
Middle Grade Writing Workshops: For kids in the middle grades who need some help or already like to write. They’ll start a notebook to help them explore creative and factual writing.
Read to a Therapy Dog: For beginners and anyone who wants to practice their reading skills with a soothing companion.
Drop in Crafts: Is your busy schedule keeping you from getting here for programs? Come in when you get a chance and the kids can do a craft while you browse.
Beginners Block Party: Toddlers and preschoolers come in to build with our awesome sets while their adults can socialize and relax.
Lego/Manga/Minecraft/Pokeman/Dr. Who/whatever: You want to meet others interested in your fandom? We can host a get together that may lead to a regular meeting.
So which of these programs would you attend? Do you have other ideas? Print and fill out the survey or come in to pick one up!
For more information or and/or to share your ideas, please email Melissa at email@example.com
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