We’re closed today for the long weekend, but we’ll reopen tomorrow at 1:30. Please keep all returns until Tuesday. Unless you’re bringing us cupcakes. We’ll open for cupcakes. (Just kidding….sort of.)
We’re coming up to a long weekend, and hopefully, it’ll be nice and warm. As always, the library will be closed for a few days. Here is the schedule to keep in mind:
FRIDAY, April 18 CLOSED
SATURDAY, April 19 Open 10am – 5pm
SUNDAY, April 20 CLOSED
MONDAY, April 21 CLOSED
If you need books, movies, museum passes, etc……make sure you drop into the library by Thursday, or plan to come by on Saturday. The blue return box will NOT be outside on the days we are closed, so please keep all returns until the days we are open. Don’t worry, you won’t be charged fines for those days we aren’t here. Enjoy your long weekend!
As we come up to the long holiday weekend, the library will be closed on certain days. Here is the schedule as follows:
Friday, March 29/13 CLOSED
Saturday, March 30/13 Open 10am – 5pm
Sunday, March 31/13 CLOSED
Monday, April 1/13 CLOSED(…and no, this isn’t an April Fool’s joke!)
Have a safe and happy weekend!
It’s time for a Frivolous Friday post! And because it’s almost that time of year, I’m sharing a fun recipe I found for homemade Easter Creme Eggs! Yes, I know you’re just as egg-cited as I am!
There is a beautiful food blog called Not Without Salt, and the brilliant Ashley there has devised a “healthier” version of the Easter Creme Egg that you can make at home. Maybe a little trickier than popping to the store and picking up a single egg (or a bag full of the mini version, please!), but your friends and family will be amazed that you made these yourself!
You can read Ashley’s full recipe right here on the Food 52 blog. There are gorgeous photos and the instructions look simple enough to follow. I might even whip up a batch of these this weekend…you know, just to try in case they don’t turn out for Easter.
This morning is the first of two Easter Storytimes. I’m getting ready for a ton of kids to descend upon the library for fun Easter stories, some games and a craft.
Everything is decorated and the tables are set up so that the kids can make Easter cards to put into the bunny envelopes. If you’d like to make your own bunny envelopes, you can follow the easy link here. They are simple and pack a punch! And of course, the letter of the day is E!
We’ll be enjoying some nice easter treats, too. If you’d like your child (aged 2 – 5) to attend tomorrow, please give us a call! Registration is required!