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April 15, 2010 - Toulon Public Library News

New Children’s Books

My grandson just loves to be read to.  He would let you read to him all day if you wanted to.  One of the popular children’s authors is Jan Brett.  We have received in some of her newest books.  They are:  On Noah’s Ark, Annie and the Wild Animals, Hedgies Surprise, Daisy Comes Home, The First Dog, and several more. 

Thank You

We would like to thank everyone who participated in our Facebook class.  If you have any suggestions for future classes please let us know.

National Library Week

We are finishing up National Library Week on Saturday.  So if you have not got your tickets for our Baking Basket raffle please do so before 3 pm on Saturday.  This basket is a $60 value and has all kinds of baking goodies in it.  The Toulon Market put it together for us and did a great job.

Have you got your Celebrate Books cup yet from the library?  All you have to do is check out a book, audio book, DVD, or such.  It’s the library’s way of saying “thank you” for your patronage through out the year.  We are looking forward to serving you in the coming year.

AnnualCemetery Walk

Our annual Cemetery Walk will be on May 28 and 29 this year.  You may purchase your ticket for this fun event.  Please watch for more information in the next news article.

Knit One, Murder Too

Are you a fan of Maggie Sefton?  Do you enjoy Fiber Arts?  Want to have a fun filled day?  Saturday, June 12 the library will be hosting “Knit One, Murder Too”.  You may register now online at www.toulonpld.org or at the library for this fun filled day.  The morning session includes a potpourri of demonstrations and vendors at the Methodist, Congregational Church basements, and the Stark County High School.  There will be a beginner’s knitting class (pre-registration required, and a fee of $5.00), Fiber Arts display, and the Stark County Historical Home will be open with John Pruitt and his crew.  The afternoon session author Maggie Sefton signing her books and doing a presentation.  There will be meals available to purchase, in the morning the American Legion will be serving breakfast and the Lions Club will be selling pork chop sandwiches.  Each church will offer a variety of Knitting Mystery Series recipes!  So please register now for this exciting day!

Summer Reading Program

We will be having the Summer Reading Program again this year.  Our kickoff will be June 4 out at the site of the new library.  There will be programs for children and adults of all ages in this program.  Please watch for more information as the time draws closer.

Janet Kamerer

Library Assistant