Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Events at the Arcanum Public Library

According to Punxsutawney Phil, winter is sticking around for a bit longer. Come on in to find a great book or two, some movies, and some fun. We have plenty of activities planned for the rest of February.

The Winter Reading Challenge for adults running through March 31st at the Arcanum Public Library has gotten off to a great start. Every book that a patron reads counts for an entry for monthly prizes and the drawing for the grand prize – a Kindle. In order to be in the drawing for the bird feeding prize for February, entries need to be in to the library by Thursday, March 1st. No registration is needed, just come by the library for a log sheet. Come join the challenge anytime. Check with the library for more details.

Adults and teens are invited to check out a book as part of our “Blind Date with a Book” event. Come on in, pick up a covered book, and take it home to read. If you like it, you get to keep it. If you don’t, you can give it to someone else, or bring it back to the library. This event will be going on through February.

Monday, February 26 is Tell a Fairy Tale Day. Come on in to hear staff and special guests read fairy tales during the day! More information will be coming.

The second class in our Gardening Series will be held on Tuesday, February 27, at 1:00 p.m. Come join us for a fun look at kitchen shelf projects, sprouts and micro greens. No registration needed. Door prizes will be handed out.

Call the library with any questions at 937-692-8484. Patrons can also go to our website at www.arcanunpubliclibrary.org, find us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.

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