Catch Candie the Elf!
The Elves are at it again! Candie Kane is on the loose and causing mischief at the library! There is no telling where you will find her, since elves have a reputation for being quick and tricky little things with magical skills! Find Candie, the Elf on the Shelf, tell us where she is hiding, but you can't touch her or she will lose her magic.
When you find her, you will be eligible to win a prize! Only children ages 12 and under are eligible to participate. Your name can only be entered into the drawing one time. The name of the winner will be chosen on Dec., 20th. Ask Mrs. Amanda if you have any questions. Good luck elf hunters!
Between the Covers
Adult Winter Reading Program
1st – February 28th
1. Read a Mystery.
2. Read a Book for Fun!
3. Read a Book by a Female Author.
4. Read a Book by a Male Author.
5. Read a Book Suggested by the Library Staff.
6. Read a Short Story.
7. Read a Poem.
8. Read a ‘Non fiction that Reads Like Fiction’ Book.
9. Read a Magazine.
Read a New Release.
Put your receipts in the box!
Read awesome books, win awesome prizes!
This craft is strictly for preteens and teens. Participants MUST be registered by Dec, 17th. Materials are limited! This program is free of charge. Snacks will be served.
Santa Claus is Coming to the Metropolis Public Library!
Come and visit Santa at the library for cookies, punch, and a story on Saturday, December 21st, at 1:30 pm. Great photo-op, Bring your camera! Everyone is invited!
We’re Making Tin Can Bird feeders!
January is “International Creativity Month!” Join us in putting creativity to use by making tin can bird feeders for our feathered-friends!
We will be making this craft at the Metropolis Public Library on Saturday, January 4th at 3:00 pm. This craft is intended for ages 5-11.
Please register by calling 524-4312, or stopping by the library before January 1st.
This program is free of charge.
eXpREss YoUrSelf wiTh BLaCkOut PoEtRy!
January is “International Creativity Month!”
Express your thoughts with “blackout poetry” @ the Metropolis Public Library on Saturday, January 4th @ 5:00.
Create your own poem or express your feelings and/or artwork by not “blacking out” the words you choose! There will be more examples provided at the program.
This program is intended for ages 12-17. This program is free of charge. Join us for an awesome program!
Come and Make Cute Water Bottle Penguins with Us!
We are making water bottle penguins at the
Metropolis Public Library on Thursday, January 9th at 4:30 pm! This program is intended for children ages
4-12. Little ones must be supervised by
an adult. Please register by Tuesday,
Jan. 7th. Supplies are
limited! This program is free of charge.
Luau at the Library
Happy belated birthday, Elvis!
Join us in the celebration!
We’ll be showing
Peanut butter Banana Sandwiches
Saturday, January 11th, 2014
@6:30 Metropolis Public Library
PROGRAM INTENDED FOR ADULTS AGES 18+
Altered Book Page Craft Hour
@Metropolis Public Library
Join us Thursday, January 23rd @5:30 p.m. for some collage art! We will supply old book pages, d00dads, knick knacks, trinkets, and other goodies. To personalize your altered book page, simply bring in old photos, jewelry, or anything that you’d like to add.
Join Our Stuffed Animal Sleepover!
We will be having a story hour and craft for you and your favorite stuffed animal at the Metropolis Public Library on Friday, January 24th at 5:00! Feel free to wear your comfy PJ’s! When you leave, you will be leaving your stuffed animal at the library for the “stuffed animal sleep over!” Don’t worry, we will take good care of your fuzzy-friend, and will be taking pictures of everyone’s stuffed animal through the night, so you can see the fun and mischief your stuffed animal got into during the night at the library! You can pick your fuzzy-friend up from the sleep over the next morning at the library, along with photos of what the animals did at the library!
For audiobooks, eBooks, music, and video, Libraries on The Go is your source for all these and more. Click the logo above to learn more. Also available for check-outs Kindles & Nooks for Library patrons. For more information, call 618-524-4312.
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