April 22, 2016

April Programming Continues Folks!

Tastings Club – Mon., April 25 at Noon
 Bring a dish to share for the meal 
and a copy of the recipe.  Table service 
and beverages provided by the library.
Coloring Capers Club – for teens and adults 
 Tues., April 26 at 6:30 pm – Relieve some stress 
and join us as we color. Crayons, coloring pencils, 
markers, coloring pages are provided.

Wed.,April 27 from Noon-4 pm
Got a technology question or issue?
Stop in and get help from Lew Ellwanger.


History’s Footnotes Book Club 
 Wed., April 27 at 1 p.m.   Join us as we discuss
 “My Kind of Country” by Carl Carmer.  
Refreshments will be available.

Wed., April 27 at 6:30 p.m.
Guiding Eyes for the Blind Wayne County Region
puppy raisers will showcase their guide dogs in
pre-training at the Library.  Visitors will learn
what it's like to be a Guiding Eyes puppy raiser
as they meet Guiding Eyes volunteers and
cuddle with guide dogs in pre-training.
Toddler Tales - Thurs., April 28 at 10:30 am
Stories, activities and a craft.
This is for all kids age 2 to 5. 
All MUST be accompanied by an adult.

 Sat., April 30 at 10 a.m.
Learn the capabilities of your smart phone,
Both iPhones and Androids will be covered.  
Registration is required and limited to 10.

Mother's Day Craft for Kids
Sat. April 30 at 10:00 am
Come hear stories and make a 
craft for moms, grandmas,
aunts, sisters or that special lady 
for Mother’s Day.


April 18, 2016

This Week at the Library

Monthly Meeting
Tues., April 19 at 7 p.m.
This meeting is open to the public.

Wednesday, April 20 - 3:00pm
A time just for 8 - 13 years old youth!!
Activities and projects designed for
this age group.

Friends of the Library
Directors Meeting
Wed., April 20 at 3:30 p.m.
Local History Room

Hobby Circle – Thurs., April 21 from 1-3 p.m. 
For all hobbyists & crafters.

Stitchin’ Time – Fri., April 22 from 10 am-noon
For yarn enthusiasts but other crafters
are welcome as well.

 Friday, April 22 - 3:00 pm
For kids of all ages.
Plant a seed to take home and help grow flowers
for the library to place outside.
We will also have coloring page & an activity
sheet for kids and maybe a story as well.


April 11, 2016

National Library Week at the Library

National Library Week Events

For every $1 owed in fines, bring in 1 non-perishable,
unexpired food items.  Donations are accepted for fines,
not for lost or damaged items.  At this time the Food Pantry
needs: spaghetti sauce, tuna, peanut butter, jelly, Ramen noodles,
mac and cheese, cereal and crackers.  However,
all non-perishable, unexpired food items will be accepted.
Please bring the items to the library's circulation desk 
for staff to accept.

Create/Color Bookmarks/Board Game
Tues., April 12 at 3 p.m.
For kids up to 6th grade.
Create and color some bookmarks and
the Lyons Public Library Kids Game!
All supplies are provided.

Wed., April 13 from Noon - 4 p.m.
Get one on one help with your laptop, tablet, smartphone
or other tech situations.  Please bring your portable
device with you.  We ask that you call for an appointment
but it is not required.

Create a Library Coloring Book
Thurs., April 14 at 3 p.m.
For kids up to 6th grade.
Color the cover of your coloring book
and then put pages in it so we can bind it.
All supplies provided.





April 1, 2016

Activities at the Library - First Week of April



Mon., April 4 at 3 pm.  
Bring a puzzle, take a puzzle.

Wed.,  April 6 from 12 pm – 4 pm  
Get help with your tech questions.  
If your device is a laptop, tablet or
 smart phone, please bring it with you. 

Wed., April 6 at 3 pm
For kids up to 6th grade.
Come and create a spring landscape,
 flower, tree or plant!


Hobby Circle – Thurs., April 7 from 1-3 p.m.
 For all hobbyists & crafters.

Stitchin’ Time – Fri., April 8 from 10 am-noon-
for yarn enthusiasts.


 Musical Duo Performance – Sat., April 9 at 2 pm 
Enjoy Shirley Stevens on guitar and Eileen Rose 
on mountain dulcimer as they play a blend 
of folk music, old time gospel songs, 
country music, even some Elvis!  
This program is free & open to the public.