Both libraries will be closing at 7:00PM on Tuesday, March 3, due to the storm and hazardous road conditions.
Due to a network problem, both libraries are unable to access Evergreen (our integrated library system). This also prevents you having access to your online account and our catalogs, as well as some programs which run through our system. Any library in our consortium will likewise be affected. We will let you know when the problem has been resolved and apologize for the inconvenience.
Both libraries are closed on Monday, 2/9 due to expected snow and icy conditions. All programs scheduled for this evening are canceled.
Be safe and stay warm!
This year the IRS will not be sending bulk copies of instruction booklets and schedules to the libraries. We will only be receiving the federal 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ forms. These are your options if you need materials:
1. Both libraries will be able to help you print the forms you need from the IRS site (http://www.irs.gov/Forms-&-Pubs). There is a $0.10 charge per black and white page. Please note – we cannot print entire instruction booklets.
2. You may use your home or public computer to print the forms yourself.
3. You can request materials online at http://www.irs.gov/uac/Forms-and-Publications-by-U.S.-Mail, and they will be mailed to you in 7 – 15 days – no charge.
4. You can call the IRS at 1-800-829-3676 and the materials will be mailed to you in 7 – 15 days – no charge.
Both libraries should be getting the forms and instructions for the CT State returns.
In addition, you may qualify to have your tax returns completed by VITA at the Plumb Memorial Library, beginning February 3. VITA will be available for help on Tuesdays from 1:00PM – 4:00PM and Saturdays from 10:00AM – 1:00PM, HOWEVER APPOINTMENTS ARE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS. Call Plumb Memorial Library at 203-924-1580 or go to the VITA website at http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Free-Tax-Return-Preparation-for-You-by-Volunteers for more information.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 1/31 at 3:30PM. Teens 13 – 18 hang out after dark to watch and eat while viewing a film. As always this program is free, so bring a friend!
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 1/24 and 1/31 at 1:00PM. Teens and tweens are welcomed to this exploration of drama and acting with Plumb’s Mr. Adam and local author/director Amanda Marrone. The first session will focus on sketches; the second session will focus on monologues. Bring a friend and drop in to see what is happening.
At the Huntington Branch Library on Tuesday, February 3 at 2:00PM and at Plumb Memorial Library on Wednesday, February 4 at 7:00PM. Chet Latin, a tax associate with H & R Block will present both Tax Talk programs about the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). If you or someone you know was uninsured for all or part of last year, or if health insurance was received through the Marketplace, please consider attending this free, drop-in program. The presentations will be followed by a Q and A session, however questions which are specifically personal and not of general interest cannot be addressed at the programs. No registration is necessary.
We will be performing site maintenance between Friday, January 16, and Monday, January 19. As a result there may be periods when our library website (including your account) will not be accessible. We apologize for any inconvenience. This message will be removed when the work is completed.
The following movies were watched and reviewed during 2014. As you can see, the types of movies were varied. Movies are rated on a scale of 1 (didn’t like it) to 5 (loved it):
October Sky 5
Deep Impact 4
Pacific Heights 4
Adams Rib 3.3
Now You See Me 3.8
The Music Box 4
Out of Africa 5
Ball of Fire 4.5
The Comfort of Strangers 3.3
Mrs. Doubtfire 4.8
Ides of March 3.5
Mr. Jones 1.4
Heaven Is for Real 3.5
Brighton Beach Memoirs 4.8
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation 4.8
At the Huntington Branch Library on Mondays at 3:30PM – 5:30PM. New ongoing program with Miss Marissa for kids ages 3 – 10 years old. Program repeats every 15 minutes; no registration.
2/2 Engineering Challenge: Invent a Pompom Launcher
2/9 Secret Admirer Art
2/23 Blizzard in a Bottle
At the Huntington Branch Library on Fridays, 1/16, 1/30, 2/13, 2/20, and 2/27, at 10:30AM. Listen to stories, play a game, or do an experiment with Miss Marissa! Plus, bring along an item for show-and-tell. All ages are welcome to this drop-in program.
At the Huntington Branch Library on Saturday, 2/7, at 1:00PM. Tween and teens can join Marissa in expressing how they feel about Valentine’s Day. Choose between making a sweet love treat or a gross-but-edible (love)sick snack. Please register beginning January 24.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Thursday, 1/8, at 7:00PM. Dr. Zoe Hickson shares insights into getting the year off to a great start for women of all ages. Drop in to find out more.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 1/10, at 2:00PM. This monthly club is open to children ages 4-12 years and their caregivers. During each meeting we will craft, play a game and incorporate an educational component. There will be lots of Minecraft fun but please note: NO ONLINE GAMING WILL BE ALLOWED! Registration is required and begins 12/29.
At the Plumb Memorial Library beginning Monday, 1/5, at 9:00AM. Kids who identify the book character, book title, and book author for each of the characters found in Janice Davis’s “Shelton’s for Kids” mural in the Children’s Department can enter for a prize drawing. This contest is limited to kids up to 12 years old and winners will be selected on January 31. Good luck!
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 1/3, at 2:00PM. Families assemble and decorate a house in our 4th annual gingerbread workshop, then create a village to display the creations for the winter. All material is provided but registration is required and begins 12/20.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Thursday, 1/8, at 2:00PM. Educators and community members meet to create activities to give directions and opportunities for preschool children and their families. New or interested members are welcome.
One of our sources for borrowing eAudio and eBooks is OneClickDigital. This company is offering 3 webinars to help you navigate their site and begin enjoying their selections. Follow this link to find out more and sign up: http://www.oneclickdigital.com/
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Tuesday, 12/30, at 2:30PM. Pre-school children and their caregivers drop in for a book, craft and a healthy snack. Miss Maura welcomes audience participation!
At the Huntington Branch Library on Wednesday, 12/10 at 10:30AM. Enjoy the talents of floral designer Cathy Ritch as she demonstrates the joy of decorating with holiday flowers. The Friends of the Shelton Libraries (FOTSL) are sponsoring this class and hope that you will become inspired to create your own arrangements for home or gifts. As an added incentive, everyone attending will be entered in a drawing for the arrangements which Cathy will be making. In February, Cathy won the top design award, Award of Design Excellence, at the Connecticut Flower and Garden show in Hartford.
At the Plumb Memorial Library 12/1 – 12/22. The Gingerbread Man will be hiding in a new place in the Children’s Department each week. Kids are encouraged to locate him and then enter for a prize drawing – one entry per week per child.
Both the Plumb Memorial Library and the Huntington Branch Library will be collecting new, unwrapped toys to distribute to Valley kids up to age 12. Toys 4 Kids collection boxes will be available until mid-December.
At the Huntington Branch Library on Saturday, December 6, from 9:30AM – 12:30PM. Bring an unwrapped gift to Santa for Toys 4 Kids, and have your child’s picture taken with Santa. Stories, music, crafts, and refreshments will delight your children. This event is hosted by the library and co-sponsored by TEAM, Inc. , Echo Hose Ambulance, and Shelton Volunteer Fire Companies 3 & 4.
The Huntington Branch Library is interested in what you’d like to have us purchase for you. We have put request slips and our “usual jar” in the Teen Room for you to make your requests. We can order books, audio material, and movies for you – just make sure you enter contact information on the slip so that we can reach you if we have a question. If we decide to make the purchase and you are the first person making the request, you get to be the first one to borrow it!
Please call us before coming in with donations to see if we have the room to store them. While we appreciate the fact that you have thought of us, we are very limited with space and volunteers to sort your books and movies. Plumb Memorial Library will be happy to take any items we do not have room for.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Monday, 1/12 at 5:00PM. Kids in grades 3 – 5 and their families are invited to join the Family Book Club discussion of Wild Girl by Patricia Reilly Giff. Multiple copies are available at the Children’s Desk. Registration is recommended, and there will be refreshments, activities, and door prizes.
At the Shelton Senior Center on Friday, 10/17 at 6:30PM. Bring your sleuthing skills as well as your appetite to this annual "Dinner and a Murder" event sponsored by the Friends of the Shelton Libraries. Tickets are $30 and are on sale at either library or at www.friendsofthesheltonlibraries.org. Food will be provided by Roma's, and BYOB. This year's whodunit was written and directed by local author Amanda Marrone.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Tuesday, 1/6, at 5PM. Kids in Grades 1 – 3 and their families explore this series with A.J. and the other characters at Ella Mentry School through lively book discussions enhancing Common Core skills and related activities, plus refreshments and door prizes. Multiple copies of Ms. Hannah is Bananas! are available for this month’s session. Registration is required.
The Annual Meeting and election of officers will be held at the Huntington Branch Library in the downstairs Glover Room on Saturday, 10/18, from 12:00 noon to 2:30 pm. This is an extremely important election year. My term as President of the Friends ends in October. Members and non members are welcome.
Please RSVP to either library and leave your name and the number of participants (Plumb – 203-924-1580; Huntington – 203-926-0111). Sandwiches, desserts and beverages will be provided. I hope you will attend and share in the successes of this extremely eventful year.
Megan Allen President
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) will be offered again in the winter; new volunteers are welcome to consider participating in this rewarding program. Local training will be offered at TEAM in Derby in the late fall. Interested individuals should contact TEAM for more details.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 9/27 at 11:00AM. The regional collectors' group meets for anyone with an interest to share.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Wednesdays, 12/3, and 12/17 at 5:30PM. Kids in Grades 5 – 8 are welcome to a workshop just for them: crafts, cooking, and book discussions. Stop in and help decide what we’ll do next!
The Shelton Library System is pleased to announce a new database where student drivers can practice answering sample questions for their driver's test. Look for the green banner in our database list or click here to try it out!
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 1/3 and 1/17 from 1:00PM to 5:00PM. Teens 13 – 19 Share a book over an activity, then it’s snacks and a movie. Free, drop-in event, so bring a friend!
At Plumb Memorial Library on the second Thursday of each month from 11:30AM – 1:00PM. Support group for individuals caring for loved ones living with dementia; the group facilitator is Lidia from Benchmark at Split Rock. Bring along a lunch or snack.
See our schedule of weekly programs at both libraries on our Events link.
At the Plumb Memorial Library:
Mondays: 10:30AM – 11:00AM Budding Bookworms
A themed drop-in story and craft time for kids 1 – 5 years old and their caregivers. Do the Freezer Dance and ever popular Do Re Mi.
Tuesdays: 10:00AM – 10:30AM Fun for Little Ones
Mrs. Fritsch offers stories, songs, and movement for babies and toddlers up to age 2. Drop-in; siblings welcome.
Tuesdays: 1:30PM – 2:00PM Book Buzz
Preschool children and their caregivers drop-in for a cook discussion, book-based craft, and a healthy snack with Ms Maura.
Wednesdays: 1:30PM – 2:00PM Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Ms Maura reads a story, then it’s time to explore a Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, or Math activity. Drop-in for ages 1-5 yrs.
Thursdays: 10:30AM – 11:00AM AlphaBits
Preschoolers and caregivers work on learning skills needed for Kindergarten readiness. Drop-in; siblings welcome.
Fridays: 10:30AM – 11:30AM Stay & Play with Family Place
Open play dates for preschoolers and caregivers. Chat over coffee or tea, juice provided; bring a snack and a friend.
At the Huntington Branch Library:
Mondays: 3:30PM – 5:30PM Marvelous Monday
Start the week off right – Miss Marissa provides science fun for kids, ages 3 – 10 with this drop-in program which runs every 15 minutes. No registration needed.
Tuesdays: 11:00AM – 11:30AM Baby Rhyme Time
Miss Marissa runs a short lapsit program for non-walkers with nursery rhymes and songs. Then stay to enjoy some playtime and adult chit-chat. No registration needed.
Wednesdays: 11:00AM – 11:30AM Toddler Movement Program
Miss Robin provides a fun, active, musical program for kids ages 2 1/2 – 4 years old and a caregiver. Sessions run for an entire month at a time and registration is required.
Thursdays: 11:00AM – 11:30AM Stories with Danielle
Join our special reader as she engages 3 – 4 years olds with this brief drop-in storybook session.
Fridays: 2:45PM – 3:15PM Spanish with Sandra
Kids ages 3 – 5 and their caregivers learn Spanish through songs, games, stories, and other fun activities. Please register.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on June 10, from 6:30PM-7:30PM. Orientation and training session for teens assisting with the Kids Summer Reading Program. This qualifies for the high school volunteer requirement for 2014/2015. Register early and get on the schedule (because there are limited spaces) by calling Mrs. Kopec at 203-924-9862.
If you enjoyed the Rubber Ducky Club at Plumb Memorial Library this summer, then you can keep the fun going with our new family reading program for caregivers and children (infants up to youngsters not yet in kindergarten). Stop by the Plumb Memorial Library Children's Room to pick up the information and supplies when you sign-up. Then continue the program at home – at your own pace. This program is supported by the Shelton School Readiness Council, the Shelton Library System, and the Friends of the Shelton Libraries, with a grant from the Valley community Foundation. Call the Children's Room at 203-924-9461 for more information.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Sunday, June 1, from 1:00PM-3:00PM. "Meet" twenty notable Shelton residents from 1668 to the present who have contributed to our community. Shelton Historical Society members represent centuries of significant citizens in this fundraiser for the Society; admission is $5 and refreshments will be offered.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Friday, 1/23, at 6:00PM. Adults re-read (or read for the first time) classic favorites from youth. This month a truth-based tale of Connecticut colonial history in Elizabeth Sperare’s The Witch of Blackbird Pond. Copies of the book are available, and new members are welcome. Come debate its merits and values, share tea and snacks – drop-in for a reader’s Happy Hour!
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Wednesday, April 30, from 6:00PM-8:00PM. The CT Department of Children and Families offers opportunity for potential foster families to have questions answered.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Tuesday, 11/18 at 7:00PM. The Southern Connecticut Antique Bottle and Glass Collectors Association meets to discuss, share, and support this hobby. New members are welcome.
The annual meeting for the City's conservation group will meet at the Plumb Memorial Library on Wednesday, April 9, from 6:00PM-9:00PM.
If you have any type of Kindle device and aren't sure how to use it, this program is for you! Learn how to order and download free library books and start enjoying a new way of reading. You must have a library card, your Amazon account information, as well as your device to participate. If you have a REGULAR Kindle you will also need a USB cable. Please register beginning March 3, as this program can only be presented to a very limited group.
At the Huntington Branch Library on the second Tuesday of each month, at 6:45PM. This book discussion group is sponsored by the Shelton Historical Society. The group was founded in 1894 and met in members’ homes to actually read novels aloud while doing charity work for community causes. Ellen Kolesk is the facilitator and can be reached at 203-925-1803.
Both libraries will be opening at noon on Friday, February 14.
Due to our winter weather, both libraries will be closed on Saturday, January 24. Stay safe and stay warm.
At Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 1/31 at 1:30PM; for teens 13-18. Cool days need warm food! Join us making something delicious! All activities are free; drop in with a friend.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Wednesday, 2/18 at 6:00PM. Indulge in an “all things movies night” brought to you by the Friends of the Shelton Libraries “As I See It” film roundtable. This is the 5th annual Oscar Forecast event with guest Joe Myers, movie reviewer for the CT Post – share refreshments and champion your favorite actors and films – perhaps you can pick the winners of the upcoming Academy Awards. This is a free drop-in program, no reservations needed, come and bring a friend!
This free event will be held at the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, February 1, from 10:00AM – 3:00PM and is co-sponsored by the Friends of the Shelton Libraries and the Shelton School Readiness Council (many thanks to Pat Banfe and Jane Bailey for their help and support). Proceeds will benefit Read & Grow: 1000 Books B4 Kindergarten.
To celebrate "Take Your Child to the Library Day", families are invited to try their skill on our FREE Mini-Golf course, enjoy FREE refreshments, sign up for FREE library cards (to Shelton residents with ID and their children who are at least 3 years old), and tour Plumb Memorial Library (check out the newly restored stained glass windows). Help the Friends of the Shelton Libraries to continue their wonderful work for our city libraries by becoming a Friend, taking part in their Basket Walk Auction, and purchasing some books from their special children's book sale.
See you there!
Girls in grades 4-6 and their mothers (or other significant women in their lives) are invited to join the libary's new monthly book club. New members are always welcome! On May 8 we will be discussing Drita, My Homegirl by Jenny Lombard. Copies of each month's book will be availbalbe at the Children's Department desk. Registraton is not required, but interested people should contact Mrs. Fritsch at 203-924-9461, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. Light refreshments, crafts, and door prizes at each meeting, which begins at 6:30PM.
Plumb Memorial Library will celebrate Chinese New Year 2014 – The Year of the Horse. There will be special activities all related to Chinese New Year including a story, crafts, and light refreshments. Ages 5-up. Registration is needed for this program on Thursday, January 30, at 6PM.
Both libraries are open during our regularly scheduled hours today.
At the Huntington Branch Library on Saturday, December 7 from 9:30AM to 12:30PM. Join your neighbors in bringing the true meaning of the Christmas season to those less fortunate. Please donate a new unwrapped toy or book, or make a donation and in return you will receive a free picture of your child with Santa, and enjoy holiday refreshments and activities. This event is co-sponsored by TEAM, Inc., Valley Toys for Kids, Echo Hose Ambulance, and Huntington and Pine Rock Fire Companies.
Both Plumb Memorial Library and Huntington Branch Library are drop off points for new, unwrapped toys for Toys 4 Kids.
The Friends fund and present various programs throughout the year. These include:
Book Sales at both libraries
The Murder Mystery Dinner
Oscar Forecast with Joe Meyers – entertainment critic for the Connecticut Post
A Floral Arrangement and Design Class
The Adult Summer Reading Club
In addition, several museum passes at the Huntington Branch are underwritten by the Friends. The passes allow any Shelton library card holder free or discounted admission to:
The Discovery Museum
The Maritime Aquarium and Imax Theater at Norwalk
The Peabody Museum at Yale
The Stepping Stones Museum for Children
Looking for some wonderful purchases for yourself or others? Then visit our book sale for a great selection of adult, teen, and children's books, music, and movies. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Shelton Libraries.
Hours: Thursday, June 26 10:00AM-8:00PM
Friday, June 27 10:00AM-5:00PM
Saturday, June 28 10:00AM-3:00PM*
*Please note that the library proper is closed. Doors will be open ONLY to access the book sale on the lower level.
This fundraiser is sponsored by the Friends of the Shelton Libraries:
Thursday, 10/23 from 6:00PM-8:00PM ("First Night" – $5 admission fee. Best selection/regular prices in effect)
Friday, 10/24, from 10:00AM-6:00PM (items are regular prices)
Saturday, 10/25 from 10:00AM-4:00PM (1/2 price sale)
Sunday, 10/26 from 12:00PM-4:00PM (Buy a Bag – $5, bags will be provided).
At Plumb Memorial Library on Friday, 1/9, from 2:00PM-4:00PM. Homeschooling or thinking of homeschooling your children? Meet other families at this open session; children are welcome and light refreshments are served.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Thursday, 11/13 at 2:00PM. Open council meeting of Shelton supporters of early literacy. We need parents and educators; new members are welcome as we plan the year’s activities and goals.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Wednesday, 5/14 from 10:00AM-8:00PM. Friends of the Shelton Libraries set-up for the May Book Sale. New members are welcome and needed to help create order out of chaos, but please contact the Friends first to arrange times at email@example.com.
At the Plumb on Tuesdays at 10:00 AM. Mrs. Fritsch offers stories, songs, and movement for babies and toddlers up to age 2 in this engaging and entertaining drop-in program. Siblings are always welcome.
At the Huntington Branch Library. Parents of high school students are invited attend. Learn how to choose, get accepted to, and pay for your dream college. Please contact Tony Luther at: 203-929-3593 if you would like to attend.
Sept 27 and Oct 25 – 10:30AM
Sept 30 and October 22 – 6:30PM
At Plumb Memorial Library on Monday, 1/12 at 6:30PM. Southwest chapter of CT authors and publishers association; offers speakers and support. New members are welcome.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Friday, 1/23 at 3:00PM. Teens 13 – 18 years old meet to make recommendations for programs, collection additions, and other teen related activities. Snacks improve the discussions; new members are always welcome to drop-in.
At the Huntington Branch Library at 1PM. Join the Friends of the Shelton Libraries as we watch a fascinating movie followed by a lively discussion and dessert. This program is held the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Adults only.
At the Branch on Thursdays at 11AM. Join Danielle as she enchants 2 – 4 year olds with this cozy session.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Tuesdays at 6PM. Adults meet to knit, crochet and chat. Lots of support and fellowship are found in this drop-in group; come with a friend.
At Plumb Memorial Library on Monday, 1/12 at 2:00PM. Regional self-led support group for individuals with MS. This month, a pot luck holiday celebration is scheduled. Meetings are held in handicapped accessible ground floor meeting room, new members welcome.
At the Huntington Branch Library on 3/6 at 1PM. The Good Earth, by Pearl S. Buck, will be discussed. Books are available at the Huntington Branch Library. April’s selection will be One Plus One, by Jojo Moyes.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Fridays, 10/3 at 10:30AM. Dr. Jennifer Holdorf discusses a Natural Approach to Keeping Your Child Healthy. Also learn tips for the coming cold and flu season. This is a drop-in family play time program with Family Place.
At the Branch beginning 7/2 at 11AM. Watch your child’s eyes light up as they get to march, dance, and play musical instruments. Songs and action poems included. Recommended for kids ages 2 1/2 – 4 years and a caregiver. This is a weekly program that fills up very quickly, so please register beginning June 17 for the 5-week July session. A waitlist will be made available.
At the Branch on Tuesdays at 10:30AM. Infants and non-walkers will enjoy this fun one-on-one time with their caregiver. We will do traditional and new nursery rhymes and songs, many with hand play or action. Great for first time parents who want to add to their repertoire of oral tradition. No program on May 13.
At the Plumb on Mondays at 6PM (except for Columbus Day). Help your child (Gr. K – 4) with reading skills using the new common core curriculum: Sequencing, Predicting, Contrast and Comparison, Character Traits, Setting, Inference, and Personal Connections. Monday evenings can be so much fun AND secretly educational with school librarian Miss Kathi, sharing fun filled, educational weekly themes for story and discussion, plus make-and-take projects to reinforce skills. Drop in, no registration. Sign up in the children’s department for reminder email notices.
At the Plumb on Mondays at 10:30AM. A themed drop-in story and craft time for kids 1-5 years old and their caregivers, with Freeze Dance and ever popular Do Re Mi.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 11/22 at 2:00PM. Legos Challenge 3: this month you are challenged to create a lego race car, then test out the speed of your creation on our Lego Ramp! If you accept this challenge, come build to your heart’s content with Legos and Duplos provided by the library. All Lego and Duplo creations go on display in the Children’s Department until the next club meeting. This is drop-in fun for all ages.
At the Plumb on Saturday, 9/21 at 12:30PM. Teens 13-18 drop in for discussion and a quick lunch. No registration, pick up a copy of the book in the teen room.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 1/3, at 10:00AM. This 2 hour orientation is for teens who need community service hours – stop in anytime to complete an application before attending this program; no registration is required. Parents: expect to attend this workshop with your teens. Volunteers must be 12-19 years old, and may not be completing these hours for court or disciplinary board assignments. For more information call 203-924-9461 and speak with Margaret.
At the Huntington Branch Library beginning 12/5 at 2:45PM. It’s never too early to learn a language, so we are inviting three to five year olds and their parents to experience a program which will immerse you in the Spanish language through songs, games, story time and many other fun activities. Taught by Sandra Alvarado, a Spanish teacher from Shelton, the program will continue through the winter. No classes on December 26, January 2 or January 9. Registration is required and space is limited. ¡Nos vemos en la biblioteca!
At the Plumb on Monday, 12/1 at 10:00AM. Area garden and plant enthusiasts gather for workshops and speakers, new members welcome.
At the Plumb Memorial Library on Wednesday, 1/14, at 6:00PM. The trip around the world with cooking treats continues for kids 5 years old and up WITH CAREGIVERS. Only simple skills are needed, but adult help will be required. Dress for mess. Please inform library staff of any allergies child(ren) might have. Space is limited so register early.
At the Plumb on Wednesday, 10/2 at 6:30PM. Children in grades 4-6 discuss great books they choose. Refreshments provided; no registration. Copies of the books are available in the Children's Department.
IRS trained volunteer tax prepreparaton for low income individuals and families; bring in last year's return for the speediest results. No reservations will be taken, but please register at the Children's Desk at Plumb Memorial Library when you come in. (No returns will be prepared at the Huntington Branch Library this year).
Wednesdays : 5:30PM-7:30PM
At the Plumb on Thursdays at 10:30AM. This is a drop-in interactive story time with a central focus – expect to do the Hokey Pokey, Freeze Dance, and My Energy, plus themed activity centers to build pre-K skills.