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Library News for July 6th, 2012

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Special Programs this week include: Potluck Mystery Bookclub: Tamar Meyers on Thursday, July 12th at 7pm, Mr. Johnny & Sharon Concert on Friday, July 14th at 11:00am (registration is now open), and a Dewey Program on July 14th at 4pm.



 This Week's Programs

Saturday, July 7th:
  •   10:30am PowerPoint Basics
Monday, July 9th:
  • 10am Monkey in the Middle Storytime (ages 12-24 mos)
  • 10:45am Toddler Storytime (18-36 mos)
  • 11:30am Preschool Storytime (3-5 years)
Tuesday, July 10th:
  • 6pm Storytime and Craft
  • 7pm Storytime and Craft

Wednesday, July 11th:

  • 5pm Mystery Science:  Secret Message Banana: Write a hidden message on a banana skin and watch it appear.
  • 6pm Arts and Crafts: Painted Rock Animals– Paint a variety of animals on rocks.

Thursday, July 12th:  

  • 2pm Mystery Book Club - The 39 Clues
  • 7pm Potluck Mystery Bookclub: Tamar Myers

Friday, July 13th:

  • 10am Baby Bookworms Storytime (0-18 mos)
  • 10:45 Toddler Storytime (18-36 mos)
  • 11:30 Preschool Storytime (3-5 yrs)

Saturday, July 14th: 

  • 11am Mr Johnny & Sharon Concert (register at the kids desk)
  • 12pm Bow Wow Reading Dogs: One-on-one reading practice with therapy dogs.
  • 4pm Everyone Reads Dewey Program: A special storytime about pets in the library, followed by a pet drawing session.
Sunday, July 15th:
  • 2pm Needles, Hooks & Books: Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

Monday, July 16th:

  • 7pm Friends of the Library general membership meeting (in the storytime room).
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Austin, TX  78728

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 Friday & Saturday: 10am-6pm

 Sunday: 1pm-6pm

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"[A] book ... unlike a television program, moving picture or any other 'modern means of communication' ... can wait for years, yet be available at any moment when it happens to be needed."

—Joseph Wood Krutch (1893-1970) American critic, natrualist, writer, The Modern Temper