April 23, 2015

Come on down and participate in a program!


Tastings Club - Mon., April 27 at noon
Join us and bring a dish to share!
 This month's theme is breakfast food.
 Don't forget to bring a copy of the recipe too! 
Table service and beverages provided by the library.
Internet and Email Basics - Mon., April 27 at 7 p.m. 
Learn about browsers, search engines,
 how to sign up for an email account, send and receive emails
 and how to attach files. 
Registration required & limited to 10.

Lyons Genealogy Club - Mon., April 27 at 7 p.m.
Doesn't matter if you are a beginner or an expert. 

Come and explore your family tree. Find out how to dig 
out the information on the Internet and other places. 
Amberlynn Watrous is the club mentor. 
This program is free and open to the public


History's Footnotes Book Club
Wed., April 29-6:30 pm
We will be watching a movie
based on Anya Seton's novel,
"Dragonwyck."

April 22, 2015

Food for Fines Results

The library has delivered 5 boxes and 1 bag of food
to the Lyons Community Food Pantry.
Volunteer, Michael Newberg, helped load and 
deliver the food in his van.
Thank you to all who participated.


April 20, 2015

This Week at the Library


Monthly Meeting
Tues., April 21-7 pm
This meeting is open to the public.
 Toddler Tales - Wed., April 22 at 10:30 a.m.

For children ages 2-5. Parents, grandparents and

 caregivers are urged to bring the little ones and have
 them enjoy stories, activities and crafts. 
Miss Jenn is the leader.
 This program is free and open to the public.

 Short Stories: A Day's Read
Wed,, April 22 at noon

Victor Harris will lead a discussion of 
"Paul's Case" by Willa Cather.
If no one attends then the next 
lecture will be canceled.


Stitchin' Time
Fri., April 24 - 10 a.m. - Noon
This group is for all who work with yarn
whether you are a knitter, crocheter, rug hooker
or other fiber artist. You can have a 
fun time and share your expertise with others 
or even get needed help!
Beverages are provided.

April 10, 2015

National Library Week Events April 13-18

Food for Fines 
Bring in an undamaged, unexpired canned or 
boxed food item  for every $1 in overdue fines.
Cannot be used for lost or damaged items. 
Food will go to local food pantry
Beginning Computers
Mon., April 13-7 pm
For those with little or no computer experience.
Registration is required & limited to 10.

Genealogy Club
Mon., April 13-7 pm
For all those interested in learning how 
to research their family.
Amberlynn Watrous is the leader.
 
Bookworm Coloring Contest
Pick up blank form at desk and turn in by
 Sat., April 18For children up to 6th grade.
Winners will be announced Mon., April 20.
Bookworm Coloring day
Tues., April 14-3 pm
Color/decorate the bookworm using library supplies.

Short Stories:A Day's Read
Wed., April 15-Noon - Led by Victor Harris.
Lecture followed by discussion
of "The Picture of Dorian Gray."

Hobby Circle
Thurs., April 16-1-3 pm
For all hobbyists & crafters.

Soda Bottle Bell Sun-Catcher
Fri., April 17-3 p.m. - For kids 12 and up.
All supplies provided.

Altered Book Crafts for Adults
Sat., April 18-9:30 a.m.
Using old books, create fun and decorative items 
of your choice from offered projects.
All supplies provided. Registration required.