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The Library Building Committee will be meeting on Thursday, Sept. 29th at 7pm in the library.

Starting in September, the library will host a watercolor painting night once a month. Supplies provided include paper, brushes, paint and a still life centerpiece. Join us on Tuesday, October 4that 6:30pm to paint mini pumpkins.  This program is sponsored by donations made in memory of long time resident and artist Hazel Milligan. Registration recommended. Call the library to reserve a spot.

It’s the 1st day of fall which means Coffee & Books is back at the library on Tuesdays! The Friends of the Library invite you to drop in during open hours for a free cup of coffee or tea and a cookies on Tuesdays.

Treat yourself to coffee and a book! See you Tuesday!

Library Trustees

Date Change: The Library Trustees will be meeting Monday, Sept. 19th at 7pm at the library.

Friends Book Sale

LIBRARY BOOK SALE!  The Friends of the Daland Memorial Library are excited to announce the Annual FOL Book Sale is back!  NEW LOCATION, NEW DATE, NEW DONATION PROCESS.  The book sale will be at the Mont Vernon Village School MPR on Saturday, October 1st from 9AM-2PM.  Book donations will be accepted at the Mont Vernon Village School (NOT THE LIBRARY) on Friday, Sept. 30th from 4-8pm ONLY.  One Day Donation Drop Off, One Day Sale. BYO Bag and fill it for $10! Cash, Check, and VENMO. All proceeds go back to support the library. Questions? Call the library at 673-7888 and ask for Bonnie. Need volunteer hours? Hours available both days.

Hooks and Needles

Grab your latest needlework project and join members of Hooks & Needles under the library tent on Friday, Sept. 9th from 12-2pm. New members welcome!

Back to School, Back to Book Clubs

Junior Book Clubs are back at the library just in time for the start of school.  Miss JoAnn has picked amazing books and activities this year! Books are available to borrow at the library starting in September. Groups will meet on Wednesdays after school from for a snack, book discussion, and a craft.  Meetings will begin in October.  

Space is limited!  Registration is required!!

Call 673-7888, email dalandlibrary@comcast.net, or stop in the library to sign up and get more details.

See the list below for the name of your group.

Which group are you in?

Eager Readers: 1st & 2nd grade (1st Wed. of the month 3-4pm) 

Bonkers for Books: 3rd & 4th grade  (2nd Wed. of the month 3-4pm)

Page Turners: 5th& 6th grade (3rd Wed. of the month 3-4pm)

Bring Your Own Book: 7th-8th grade (4th Wed. of the month 4-5pm)

NEW! Watercolor Painting Night

Starting in September, the library will host a watercolor painting night once a month. Supplies provided include paper, brushes, paint and a still life centerpiece. Join us on Tuesday, Sept.13th at 6:30pm to paint sunflowers.  This program is sponsored by donations made in memory of long time resident and artist Hazel Milligan. Registration recommended. Call the library to reserve a spot.

Miss JoAnn is getting ready for FALL PROGRAMS! Lapsit and Storytime are back and open for registration!

Call the library at 673-7888, email dalandlibrary@comcast.net, or stop in to sign up!  Check out the images below for more start date information.

 

 

Episode 24 Title: “The Time is Now”

Listen in for a recap of summer at the library and an interview with board members of the Mont Vernon Library Charitable Foundation to hear all about their summer FUN raiser “Battle of the Burbs”!  The library fundraising thermometer is moving up!!  The Time is Now to learn about how you can support a new library in tiny town. Visit http://www.mvlcf.org to learn about the new library project and how to make a donation.

Amy’s Book Recommendations:

“Nightcrawling” by Leila Mottley

“The It Girl” by Ruth Ware

“Inland” by Tea Obrent

Coming Soon:

“Carrie Soto is Back” Taylor Jenkins Reid

“Other Birds” by Sarah Addison Allen

“Daisy Darker” by Alice Feeny

“Our Missing Hearts” by Celeste Ng

JoAnn: “Black Cake” by Charmaine Wilkerson

Bonnie: “The 1619 Project” by Nikole Hannah-Jones

For more information about the Mont Vernon Library Charitable Foundation and the new library project visit http://www.mvlcf.org.