How much do you like action-packed, thrilling tales? How do you hold up while reading stories that keep you on the edge of your seat?
To celebrate Earth Day, we had a leaf raking party at the library on Saturday, April 16. Miss Julie, Miss Heather and three of our most loyal patrons raked up and gathered 20 big garbage bags full of old leaves from the library yard. We also pruned a few bushes and removed a dead tree!
Whew, we really worked hard–and we want to send a special thanks to Necole, Jenise and Zaria for being such a big help. Also thanks to Faith Wheeler for extra bags, gloves and for taking this great picture of us at the end. Happy Earth Day, everybody!
Come on over for our annual Eggstravaganza this Saturday, April 23. We'll begin the egg hunt on the lawn at 10 a.m.
Kids can also do a craft, color and enjoy light refreshments to celebrate spring! See you there!
|From Happy’s Diary: Tuesday, April 5, 201|
Just in time for National Poetry Month, Kathleen O’Toole, poet, organizer, teacher, will read from her most recently published book of poetry, Meanwhile, on Thursday, April 7 at 7 p.m. at the Takoma Park Neighborhood Library.
According to biographical information on her website: