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Book Bites Book Club For Kids – May Meeting

bookbites Book Bites Book Club is for kids in grades 2-4. Our next meeting will be Thursday May 28th  from 3:15-4:00PM.

Our book this month is  Warriors: Into the Wild by Erin Hunter. Copies will be available in the Youth Department.We hope you can join Lisa for this fun group which incorporates books, food, and crafts. Sign-up preferred, but you can just drop in, too.

 

 

 

Y-La Teen Advisory Board April Meeting

 

teen-wordleWant to get involved in your community? Need some community service hours? Love your library and just want to volunteer? Join the Teen Advisory Board and get INVOLVED.We meet  this month on Tuesday April 28th from 6:30 -7:30PM.

If you’re interested, call Lisa @ 964-8401 for an application.

 

Rye’s Oldest Homes Thursday April 23 at 7pm

Join us as the Rye Public Library and Rye Historical Society cooperatively present a  power point talk about Rye’s historic homes and specifically the moving of the historic Marston House from Hampton to Rye in 1975.   This presentation will be given by Rye historian Alex Herlihy.

While many other historical homes will be considered, the majority of the presentation will concern the Marston house.   Originally built in 1654 , it was expanded in the early1700’s and 1840.  The history of this home represents three centuries of Marstons, one of the founding families of Hampton which used to include the southern part of Rye.

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Book Bites Book Club For Kids- April Meeting

bookbites Book Bites Book Club is for kids in grades 2-4.Our next meeting will be Thursday April 23rd  from 3:15-4:00PM.We meet on the fourth Thursday of the month in the Youth Department.

Our book this month is  The Land of Stories:The Wishing Spell by Chris Colfer. Copies will be available in the Youth Department.We hope you can join Lisa for this fun group which incorporates books, food, and crafts. Sign-up preferred, but you can just drop in, too.

 

 

 

Zentangle!

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Thursday, May 21st 3:00 – 4:00pm for Grades 2-5. This is SO MUCH FUN!  No artistic experience required – if you can draw a line, you can Zentangle!
Please call to sign up!  964-8401
*Parents, please remember, only children aged 8+ may be left in the library without supervision. Please call the library if you have any questions.

 

Crafternoons April 21

crafternoons headbandWe  will be having a “crafternoons” program April 21st from 3:00 to 4:00PM.

This is a fun elementary – aged craft program. This month we will be making a headband with a felt flower! The activity is recommended for age 8+ and it will involve basic sewing. Sign-up is required. Space is limited and this program fills up fast, so call now to reserve your space!

*Parents, please remember, only children aged 8+ may be left in the library without supervision. Please call the library if you have any questions.

 

Rye’s Oldest Homes Thursday April 23 at 7pm

Join us as the Rye Public Library and Rye Historical Society cooperatively present a  power point talk about Rye’s historic homes and specifically the moving of the historic Marston House from Hampton to Rye in 1975.   This presentation will be given by Rye historian Alex Herlihy.

While many other historical homes will be considered, the majority of the presentation will concern the Marston house.   Originally built in 1654 , it was expanded in the early1700’s and 1840.  The history of this home represents three centuries of Marstons, one of the founding families of Hampton which used to include the southern part of Rye.

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Wedgewood Project Discussion Thurs. April 16 7pm

Rye Junior High School is “Pushing the Boundaries” for education!

Join the Wedgewood Project Committee as they share ideas and images to provide information about the Wedgewood Project. The Project is a land acquisition opportunity for the Rye School District that, when brought to fruition, will expand the campus grounds at Rye Junior High School (RJH) to include two and one half acres of woodland directly abutting the school.

The acquisition of this land will enable educators to provide new opportunities for best practices in education that include both natural places and historical significance.  The Wedgewood Project will provide a fresh canvas for continuing the collaborative work that is done between the school and the community.

The Wedgewood Project Committee made up of members of the school and community, have been working to put this project together for several years.  The Committee is working to raise funds to complete the purchase through grants and a grassroots campaign. Members invite all to join a presentation and Q&A session about the project.

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Zentangle!

zentangle
Zentangle!
Thursday, April 16th 3:00 – 4:00pm for Grades 2-5. This is SO MUCH FUN!  No artistic experience required – if you can draw a line, you can Zentangle!
Please call to sign up!  964-8401 (I want to make sure I have enough supplies for everyone!)
*Parents, please remember, only children aged 8+ may be left in the library without supervision. Please call the library if you have any questions.

 

Wedgewood Project Discussion Thurs. April 16 7pm

Rye Junior High School is “Pushing the Boundaries” for education!

Join the Wedgewood Project Committee as they share ideas and images to provide information about the Wedgewood Project. The Project is a land acquisition opportunity for the Rye School District that, when brought to fruition, will expand the campus grounds at Rye Junior High School (RJH) to include two and one half acres of woodland directly abutting the school.

The acquisition of this land will enable educators to provide new opportunities for best practices in education that include both natural places and historical significance.  The Wedgewood Project will provide a fresh canvas for continuing the collaborative work that is done between the school and the community.

The Wedgewood Project Committee made up of members of the school and community, have been working to put this project together for several years.  The Committee is working to raise funds to complete the purchase through grants and a grassroots campaign. Members invite all to join a presentation and Q&A session about the project.

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