We have multiple passes for each museum, but some will be more popular than others
If you keep a museum pass out past the due date, fines are $5 per day
These are such a popular item in the library, and understandably so. The passes allow FIVE admissions (usually two adults and up to three children), and make going to see the exhibits much more affordable. While we would love to have an unlimited number of passes for each museum, we do not. Please keep in mind that the loan policies we have put in place are to make it easier for everyone to have the opportunity to experience exhibits, not to make it impossible. We will certainly call a patron if a pass is very overdue, however, we cannot call simply because it is a day late. It is up to patrons to return items on time, and we hope that everyone will appreciate that these are in high demand, and get their passes back promptly.
Don’t forget, you still have time to get tickets at the library for tomorrow’s show at the Carleton Place Town Hall Auditorium for RYNESTONE. Tomorrow, you’ll have to spend $4 each at the door, so get here before 8pm!
In August, we have plans to visit the Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum in Carleton Place with a group of kids. This is always such a fun afternoon, and it is not only interesting, but always leaves us wanting to go back. The people are so friendly, and they make the town’s history exciting and relevant to all of their visitors.
A SCHEDULE CHANGE!
While we were slated to go on Wednesday, August 17th, we are now going on Wednesday, August 10th from 1-2pm!! (Just a little scheduling conflict that couldn’t be helped.) While you register for this visit for another few weeks, we wanted to give everyone a bit of a heads up. The program is for children aged 7 – 11, and we’ll be meeting over at the museum for 1pm that day, so mark it on your calendars!
We’re excited that the week Rynestone is visiting is finally here! If you haven’t got your tickets yet, they’re still on sale here at the library for $3 each, children and adults. And if you decide you’d like to attend, we’ll have some available at the door on the day of the event for $4 each. Don’t delay….you’ll save some money.
This is a fun magic show for all ages, and we’re suggesting an audience of children and families aged 4 and up. The show takes place at the Carleton Place Town Hall Auditorium (which has A/C), on Thursday, July 21st at 10am. If you’re worried about taking the large staircase up, the elevator will be available, and will hold strollers and wheelchairs.
You can call us at 257-2702 for more information, or drop by to pick up your tickets.
This morning is our first Toddler Time of the summer. We’re excited to have these little people (ages 1 – 2 years) back at the library for a session. We start at 9:30am, so call to register if you haven’t already. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone!
This is a great transition program for children who were in babytime, but might not have the stamina or attention span for Storytime yet. We’ll sing songs, do lots of fun rhymes, read books and more! It’s going to be a nice way to introduce your toddler to the library.
Call us to register for this 6 week program at 257-2702.