Saturday, April 11, 2009

National Library Week

Tomorrow is the start of National Library Week. I know, I've waited all year long for this exciting week-long cornucopia of all things library. Me too. So what's happening this week?
The Children's Library will be celebrating with guest readers at storytime (Wed. - Fri. 10:30 am). Wednesday's reader will be Borough Mayor Dave Kiffer. Thursday's guest will be Borough Assembly Member Janine Gibbons. Friday's guest will be Leslie Swada from the Forest Service. Kids and parents of all ages are welcome to attend.
The Adult Library (just to show that we can be fun too) will be hosting games. Stop by anytime and try your hand at a Library Scavenger Hunt, and you can win a free book. Guess how many CDs the Adult Library owns, and you can win a bag of Library Blend coffee. And every time you check out something from the library next week, you get a chance to play Library Lotto: prizes include free books, bonus Internet time, free copier use, even discounts on your library fines!
The Teen Advisory Group will be hosting RaWR II!: Readings and Wild Recitations at 7pm Friday April 17th in the downstairs library. Everyone is encouraged to share a favorite poem, quote or passage.
To cap the week off, please come to the Monthly Grind on Saturday, April 18th at 7:00 pm. Ketchikan's librarians are hosting this month's production, and you are in for a fun evening of music, dance and library-related humor & hijinks! You really don't want to miss the Synchronized Shelving display or Giant Storytime. Call 225-3331 for details...

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