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Library Calendar

  1. Read Across America Day

    March 2, 9:00 AM - 7:30 PM @ Library

    Let’s celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday and encourage our friends and families to read. On Monday, March 2, library members can lower their late fees just by reading. For every 15 minutes you read in the library that day, you can reduce your library fines by $2. Oh the places you’ll go once those fines disappear! Don’t have a fine, don’t feel left behind. Stop in, read for 15 minutes and receive a special goodie bag.

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  2. Music & Movement

    March 2, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Library

    Young children will be introduced to books, movement, coordination, rhythm and dance. Developmentally appropriate music activities involve the whole child—the child’s desire for language, the body’s urge to move, the brain’s attention to patterns, the ear’s lead in initiating communication, the voice’s response to sounds, as well as the eye-hand coordination associated with playing musical instruments.

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Main City Calendar

  1. Read Across America Day

    March 2, 9:00 AM - 7:30 PM @ Library

    Let’s celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday and encourage our friends and families to read. On Monday, March 2, library members can lower their late fees just by reading. For every 15 minutes you read in the library that day, you can reduce your library fines by $2. Oh the places you’ll go once those fines disappear! Don’t have a fine, don’t feel left behind. Stop in, read for 15 minutes and receive a special goodie bag.

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  2. Music & Movement

    March 2, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Library

    Young children will be introduced to books, movement, coordination, rhythm and dance. Developmentally appropriate music activities involve the whole child—the child’s desire for language, the body’s urge to move, the brain’s attention to patterns, the ear’s lead in initiating communication, the voice’s response to sounds, as well as the eye-hand coordination associated with playing musical instruments.

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