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Library News for October 11, 2013

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RedRosesPaint the Roses Red:  Free Family Craft Program

Saturday, October 19th from 10am to noon
We'll use a variety of mediums and a lot of imagination.  This program is a part of the Alice in Wonderland series of programs offered at area libraries throughout October.  
Space is limited, so don't be late!
 try_itNew Program:  Mondays at 3:30pm

Weekly after-school program for kids ages 5-12. Kids will get to try a new activity each week! This month includes drawing, yoga, magic, and kickboxing. 

  •  October 7th : Learn to Draw with author/illustrator Scott E. Sutton
  • October 14th : Kids Yoga with Ashley (bring a yoga mat or towel if you have one)
  • October 21st : Learn magic tricks from Magician JD Stewart of The Magic Academy
  • October 28th : Kickboxing for Kids with Fighting Fit

This Week's Programs

Friday, October 11

  • 10:30am Toddler Storytime
  • 11:15am Preschool Storytime

Saturday, October 12

  • 10:30am Excel Basics- registration required
  • 11am Storytime for all ages

Sunday, October 13: 

Monday, October 14:  

  • 10:30am Baby Bookworms (ages 0-18 months)
  • 11:15am Baby Bookworms (ages 12-24 months)
  • 3:30pm NEW- TRY IT!  Kids Yoga with Ashley

Tuesday, October 15:

  • 6pm Storytime and Craft
  • 7pm Storytime and Craft

Wednesday, October 16

  • 6pm Arts and Crafts- 3D Owl

Thursday, October 17

  • 6:30pm Knitting Group

Friday, October 18

  • 10:30am Toddler Storytime
  • 11:15am Preschool Storytime

Saturday, October 19

  • 10am-noon:  Paint the Roses Red
  • 10:30am Excel Intermediate

Sunday, October 20:   

  • 3pm Clueless Mysteries Book Club:  The Deep Blue Good-bye
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Austin, TX  78728

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 Friday & Saturday: 10am-6pm

 Sunday: 1pm-6pm

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