June 2017 - Phenix City-Russell County Library

June 2017 - Phenix City-Russell County Library

VOLUME 11, ISSUE 6 JUNE 2017 PHENIX CITY RUSSELL COUNTY LIBRARY NEWSLETTER 1501 17TH AVENUE - 334-297-1139 - WWW.PHENI...

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JUNE 2017

PHENIX CITY RUSSELL COUNTY LIBRARY NEWSLETTER

1501 17TH AVENUE - 334-297-1139 - WWW.PHENIXCITYLIBRARY.COM - DIRECTOR: MICHELE KILDAY

We hope you stop by the library to register and see all the prizes you can win - just for reading! How easy is that?

We would like to thank these wonderful Sponsors of our Summer Reading Program:

AFLAC Applebees Burger King The Exchange Club McDonald’s Piggly Wiggly Publix TSYS Your generosity and support make summer reading possible.

Mark your calendars for Friday, July 21st - our first Red Cross Blood Drive. On June 1st we will open our sign-up times, 11:30 am - 4:30 pm. We hope you will consider making a donation on the 21st. If we have a good turnout, we will have the opportunity to host it again!

June 1st is the start of: Build a Better World! Family Programs - Thurs @ 10:00am June 8th

Build a Better World, One Smile at a Time with Lew-E’s Circus

June 15th

Build a Magic World with Skip Cain - The Magic Guy

June 22nd

Build a Giant Mouse Trap with Bill Packard the Magic Man

June 29th

Build a world of Science with Eric Willis aka Doc Atoms

July 6th

Build a world of animals with Oxbow Meadows

July 13th

Build a Better World Summer Reading Celebration!

Teen Program - Fridays @ 2:00pm (ages 12-18) June 9th: Mine Craft June 16th: Virtual Reality June 23rd: Gardening June 30th: Comic Day July 7th: Game Day

Junior builder Program Thurs @ 2:00pm (ages 7-11) June 8th

Gardening

June 15th

Build a bird feeder

June 22nd

Build a better community Outreach Project

June 29th

Building with Legos

July 6th Build a better you - Junior Olympics

Adult Program - Pick an option 1. Build a Better World Tic Tac Toe: Complete a Tic Tac Toe and win a Better World tote bag.

2. Build a Better World through Citizenship: Complete 7 activities on the Citizenship activity sheet and win a gardening set. Contest runs from June 2nd - July 13th. One entry per person per activity. Each completion earns an entry into a drawing for a $25 gift card from Barnes and Noble.

On June 17th, from 10:00 am 2:00 pm we will honor all of our dads. Bring your dad to the library for donuts, coffee & juice. We also have a fun craft.

Preschool Story Time for June: June 7th: June 14th: June 22nd: June 28th:

Wednesday’s at 10:00 am and Saturday’s at 11:00 am

Build a Better World We Love Dads & Flag Day Happy Birthdays & Summer Fun on the 4th

Toddler Tales & Tunes: Fridays at 11:00 am Reading with Ms. Beverly & Punkin the Dog: 2nd Saturdays at 11:00 am

UPCOMING EVENTS JUNE 6

Movie Premiere 5:30 pm

Please join us June 13th at 12:00 pm for our Lunch and Learn program Sponsored by FOL

JUNE 17

Donuts with Dad 10:00 am - 2:00 pm JUNE 18

Library Closed Father’s Day JULY 21 Blood Drive 11:30 am - 4:30 pm

Decluttering 101 Pat Harrell Ms. Pat will share tips and ideas to help us keep our home’s tidy and clutter free! Reservations preferred, stop by the library or call 334-297-1139 Limited seats available and a light lunch will be served.

No reservations required, just stop in!

Release Day Movie Premiere June 6th at 5:30 pm

Beauty and the Beast June 27th at 5:30

Power Rangers Stop in and enjoy these free showings of just released movies. We will even have popcorn!

Computer Classes Computer Class this month will focus on

Windows 10 If all the new changes and upgrades have you confused, make sure you attend!

This free class meets on Monday &/or Tuesdays from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Please register for this workshop today!

WEBINAR All Bugs Good & Bad In partnership with our County Extension Office, we will be airing this broadcast on the 1st Friday of each month at 2:00 pm in Meeting Room A.

June: Aphids, Scales, and Whiteflies Hope you can join us for this free informational session.

Our Book Fanatics Book Club is growing! Join us June 27th at 6:30 pm. We will be discussing, Tami Hoag’s Night Sins. We also have selected the following books for summer:

July: The Last Witness From a Dirt Road by Bill Hunt August: August is Ruby by Cynthia Bond

FOL Bookstore Remember that our wonderful FOL Bookstore is open on Tuesdays from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Books are a bargain with paperbacks for . 50¢ and hardbacks for $1.00.