Sharon Library News
Posted: Friday, March 25, 2011 12:03 am
Once again as a reminder Sharon Public Library now has Facebook! Check us out and click the “like” button. We also have a new website where we will also be posting events. Check us out at www.sharonlibrary.moonfruit.com. Don’t forget our Summer Reading Program registration will be starting on May 20. The Library continues to offer faxing and copying for a minimal fee. We also offer free paper shredding and Free Wi-Fi.
We have dedicated our story time this month to Dr Seuss. This week the children listened ever so closely to Ms Pat Potter telling the story of “Green Eggs and Ham”. The children participated in activity sheets and all received a special treat following the story time. Please bring your children by on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. for our story time.
We had the privilege to having Sandra Robbins in our library on Saturday March 19 for a book signing. Robbins is a well known local author of romance and mystery. Robbins also wrote the book titled Final Warning. This is a suspense book and Robbins dedicated this book to the late Stewart Byars. We look forward to our next author visit from Otis Griffin the Author of “Southern Raisin”. He will be with us on April 30. We have received several new young adult series as well as some off the New York Times Best Sellers list, stop in and check us out.
The Book Buzz’s next meeting is March 24 at 1:30 p.m. everyone is invited to come join our book club. We appreciate the new donations we received this week. The Library also has several different community items for sale, “The Last 100 Years of Sharon,” “Sharon 1997 Annuals and our Sharon Afghans.” Please stop by to check out our ongoing book sale-new books are added weekly.
Don’t forget about our recycling. We are now taking ink jet cartridges, old cell phones and laser jet cartridges for recycling. The City of Sharon also has a trailer set up for recycling paper, cardboard, electronics and aluminum. We will be hosting an Open House on April 10 in honor of “Ezra Howard Day.”
For more library information please call 456-2707.