Sharon library news
Posted: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 8:00 pm
By Kathy Watson
We had another great Story Time this week. Ms. Peggy continues to entertain the children with wonderful stories and small coloring projects or crafts. We encourage parents to bring their children to our story time each Thursday morning at 10:30.
We will have our last Crochet Class tomorrow. All you need to bring is a crochet hook and a skein of yarn. The library will be hosting a crochet club the second Tuesday of each month at 10 a.m. Everyone is asked to come and bring their projects and use this time to share with others about this wonderful craft.
We are starting to think about our summer reading program which will start June 1. We have a new shipment of young adult books just waiting to be checked out.
We are getting ready for our big book sale that will be held during the city-wide yard sale on April 27. The sale will be from 8 a.m- noon.
The book buzz will meet again on April 25 at 1:30 p.m. at the library. We encourage new members to join, stop by and check us out. When you stop by our library, ask us about “Firefly,” our new interlibrary loan system.
Do you have a child 5 years or younger ? Have you heard of the Governor’s Books from Birth Program? If you have a child 5 years or younger and not enrolled in this program, it can be accessed from our website, https://sites.google.com/site/sharonpubliclibrary. Click on the “Governor’s Books from Birth” icon and enroll your child. Statistics show that only 65 percent of the children in Weakley County are enrolled in this program. We need all our children reading at an early age. This is a free service provided by many sponsors in our area and across the State of Tennessee.
We appreciate the donations of the classics that we have added to our collection. Don’t forget that we continue to accept donations of paperback, hardcover books and DVDs. We would like to thank the New Salem FCE Club for their recent donations. We do accept Memorials. This is another way to honor your loved one by placing a book in the library in memory of that person. Contact the library for more information.
Want to learn a new language? Visit our website and our online card catalog to find out how. We continue to have a lot of information on our library card catalog. It can be accessed at http://tenvverso.autographics.com/iluminar/home.asp?lid=sharon and on our website, https://sites.google.com/site/sharonpubliclibrary. Check out the World Book Encyclopedia, READS, library activities and other useful information on these websites.
The library continues to offer faxing and copying for a minimal fee. We also offer free paper shredding and free Wi-Fi. The library also has several different community items for sale, “The Last 100 Years of Sharon,” and Sharon 1997annuals. Don’t forget about our recycling. We are 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. Remember, this is for paper, cardboard, electronics and aluminum only.
Check out our Facebook page and website at www.facebook.com/sharonpubliclibary <http://www.facebook.com/sharonpubliclibary>. For more library information, call 456-2707.
Published in The WCP 4.16.13