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July/August 2014

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Inside This Issue Did You Know? 2 Technology Classes 3 Adult Programs 3—4 Teen Programs 5 Youth Programs 5—6 Coming Attractions 7 Calendar 8

Library Closings

WHAT’S NEW AT THE LIBRARY? GHPL’s 1st Annual Senior Spelling Bee Congrats to Kenneth Dritz of Hickory Hills, Illinois! He is the grand champion and will be advancing to the Regional Senior Spelling Bee along with second place winner Janice Gaydos. Our winners will have the ability to qualify for the State Finals during the Illinois State Fair in August. We wish them luck!

July 4 Closed

Donations The Friends of the Library accept book donations at the Circulation Desk on the second floor of the Library.

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Registration Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin on Wednesday, June 25 at 9am. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last 4 digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. GHPLD residents are given preference for all programs. Nonresidents may contact the Library to register one week before a program is scheduled, if space is available.

Pictured from left to right: Joyce Sura, Sara Kennedy, Kenneth Dritz, and Janice Gaydos.

Upcoming Changes This year, the Library is planning some changes in order to better serve the community. The Computer Lab and Digital Media Lab are being combined to form a technology suite on the ground floor. We are also creating a unique space within the adult nonfiction area that will allow for informal programming as well as eye catching displays. Keep your eyes peeled as our plans unfold, and feel free to ask any questions that you may have!

Summer Reading

Monday, June 9—Saturday, August 2 Paws to Read This Summer!

Read…for the “Health” of It!

Come to the Library weekly to log the books you’ve read and get prizes! Reach your reading goal for the summer to be entered in a raffle for fabulous grand prizes! Register at the Youth Services Desk or online at greenhillslibrary.org.

You can be fit as a fiddle by checking out and reading some great books at Green Hills Public Library District! Ages 18 and up. Log your books for a chance to win great health-related prizes.

Reading Goals Ages 2—5: 20 Books Ages 6—8: 15 Books Ages 9—12: 8 Books Ages 13—17: 2 Books

Prizes include a Blu-ray Player, gift certificates to local restaurants, bookstores, and more. You can register at the Information Desk or online at greenhillslibrary.org. Go read to win!

Books, eBooks, and audiobooks checked out from the Green Hills Public Library District collection are eligible.

Did You Know? Geocaching at the Library Returns!

Save the Date! Palos Reads will be hosting Marcus Sakey, a Chicago local and the author of Brilliance on Wednesday, October 8 at the Palos Country Club. Brilliance is an exciting and unusual mystery that we know you’ll enjoy!

The second annual Multi-Library Geocaching Competition begins Monday, June 2 and runs through Saturday, August 16. Sign up at the Youth Services Desk. Visit participating libraries to find the hidden geocaches using the coordinates and clues provided! Prizes include museum passes and gift cards! Sign-up is open to children 3—11, teens 12—17, and adults 18 and older.

Green Hills 90-Second Film Festival

Lend a Paw Donate items from the Animal Welfare League’s wishlist at the Library throughout the summer. All items should be received by August 8. You can pick up a copy of the wishlist from the Youth Services Desk or view the wishlist online at animalwelfareleague.com.

Attention all future filmmakers! The Green Hills Public Library District will be hosting a film festival of 90-Second Newbery videos this October. We challenge kids and teens to turn a Newbery Award-winning book into a video no longer than 90 seconds! For details, inquire at the Youth Services Desk.

Friends Outdoor Book Sale The Friends of the Library need your support! They will be hosting an outdoor sale every Wednesday in July from 1–4pm. Gently used popular materials and recyclable bags will be on display and available for purchase.

More Movies @ Your Library You asked… and we listened! Starting in July, we’ll be showing more of the new releases for adults you love, while still showing high quality films for special events and programs. Look in this and upcoming newsletters for the titles and dates of these great movies!

Q & A with Artist Kristin McCarthy-Sabatino Have you seen the new paintings around the Library? In this Four Season painting series, artist Kristin McCarthy-Sabatino brings her creativity and extensive experience with art, stemming from early childhood. Read this Q & A session we had with her. Tell us about yourself – Where you grew up, your art background, and experience. I grew up in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. My family settled into Palos Heights where I attended St. Alexander School. As a child I became fascinated with art and spent most of my free time exploring outdoors and drawing/ painting backdrops and sets for plays and musicals that my sister and our friends would put on for our neighbors. Later, I studied figure and portrait drawing, oil and watercolor painting at The Art Institute of Chicago and The American Academy of Art where I earned degrees in Fine Art and Illustration. I have been a freelance artist for over 25 years painting everything from murals for restaurants, boutiques and residential homes to more unique requests of painting clothing, furniture, motorcycle gas tanks and a claw foot bathtub. I have also worked as a Teaching Artist for The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, Block Museum at Northwestern University and the Elmhurst Art Museum leading tours and programming for school children and families from all over the Chicagoland area.

We understand that you did research about the area prior to developing the design. What kind of research did you do and what impressed you the most? Before I started the Four Season painting series, I studied the history of Palos Hills and the topography of the land. I wanted to paint landscape scenes that included native plants and animals that would honor the history of the prairie and the unique rolling hills of the town. I was very impressed with the town’s natural areas, the gentle rise and fall of the land, as well as, the diversity of the plant and animal life that is still the pride of the town’s residents and an important part of the local environment. Why do you think that public art is important in a library or other public building? I believe that it is important to include art in our public spaces, environment and every day experiences to make it more accessible to everyone. Working in museums helped me understand that sometimes the location

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of a piece of artwork can be challenging for people who would otherwise enjoy it in a different setting. Public art should engage and be playful with the audience. Art should invite you to slow down, make observations and think about the work in front of you. Art in public spaces allows the viewer to see an artist’s handmade work up close and allows the viewer make up their own narrative, what it means to them and how it relates to the space around them.

Technology Classes Boomers with Byte Boot Camp Calling all residents 55+! Have you wanted to learn about the Internet? Or have you wanted to learn more about eBooks or smartphones? Here’s your chance - we are offering a boot camp where our staff will teach you about different technology topics that you should know about. Campers at the last session will receive a chance to win a NOOK Glowlight. Registration is for all classes and limited to 20.

Downloading eBooks Zinio

Facebook

Smartphones & Apps Internet Security

Thursday, July 10 • 2pm

Thursday, July 24 • 2pm

Thursday, July 31 • 2pm

Thursday, July 17 • 2pm

Thursday, August 7 • 2pm

Adult Programs Food Patriots Film & Director’s Discussion Tuesday, July 1 • 6pm

Touched by their teenage son’s battle with a foodborne superbug, filmmakers Jeff & Jennifer Spitz document their family’s struggle to raise backyard chickens and grow food. Food Patriots educates people from all walks of life how to eat and buy food and educate the next generation of consumers. Watch the film and discuss its issues with director Jeff Spitz.

Know the 10 Signs* Finding Food Balance with the South Side Seniors* Thursday, July 17 • 10:00—11:30am Registration is limited to 30 Eating healthy isn’t easy, and it’s even harder as we get older. Join Chef Kate Bradley with our South Side Seniors as we walk through what seniors need for a balanced diet and how we can achieve it through Kate’s simple recipes. Samples will be provided.

Saturday, August 2 • 11:00am—12:30pm The warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease are often dismissed as side effects of normal aging. Join Hadi Pagonis from the Alzheimer’s Association to learn the facts about symptoms, early detection, and separate truth from fiction about the disease.

Body Smart Gardening

All About Hay

Tuesday, July 22 • 6—7pm

Back to School with Clair Boone

Gardening can be a rewarding activity. However, it can take a toll on the body, whether you are young or old. Learn some of the steps you can take to make gardening more enjoyable and safe for you with Master Gardener Donna Hirsch.

Did you know that hay is farmed right here in the suburbs? Come and listen to Janet McCabe, member of the Cook County Farm Bureau, as she talks about farming hay in south Cook County and its impact in the local community.

It’s back to school time! Clair Boone, founder of MummyDeals.org, shows us not only how to get ourselves back into a routine but also how to save time and money when we “brown bag” it.

Thursday, July 10 • 7—8pm

Tuesday, August 5 • 7—8pm

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin on Wednesday, June 25 at 9am. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last 4 digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. GHPLD residents are given preference for all programs. Non-residents may contact the Library to register one week before a program is scheduled, if space is available. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, please contact the Library at least 5 days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or call the Information Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 120.

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Adult Programs Controversial Medicine: Cannabis Oil Saturday, August 9 • 1pm

Ravinia Trips are Back!

Not everyone is convinced that alternative medicine works wonders. Hear the other side of the story as we hear from doctors and patients who have seen the benefits of cannabis oil first hand. We’ll be viewing segments of independent filmmaker Kyle Marsh’s documentary and listening to patients’ testimonies who have had devastating diseases such as cancer cured.

Spend your Sunday at Ravinia and listen to the pop music of ABBA! On Sunday, August 17, we’ll travel to Highland Park to hear the band Arrival by Sweden sing ABBA’s greatest hits. Transportation is generously provided by the Friends of the Library; all you have to pay is $30 for your ticket! Tickets are limited. Registration begins Monday, July 7 and must be done in person. For details, call the Information Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 120.

Untold Secrets of Financial Aid*

World Film: The Chorus Monday, July 14 • 2pm

In this Oscar-nominated French film from 2004, a newly hired teacher tries to positively impact his students’ lives through music, despite the overly strict school administration. Refreshments will be provided.

Friday Flicks

Tuesday, August 19 • 7:00—8:30pm Today, paying for college is on every parent’s mind. College Bound Funding Solutions will provide insight into the world of college funding. Whether it is finding the best college match for your children, filling out the right forms, or deciphering the financial aid process, this workshop will provide the help and guidance every parent with college bound children is seeking today. Teens are encouraged to come with parents and/or guardians.

Monuments Men

Friday, July 25 • 6:30pm

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A few unlikely men are asked to go on the greatest treasure hunt in history: to find rare art in Nazi territory and save it from being destroyed.

Yo Ho Ho & a Bottle of Rum! Wednesday, August 20 • 6—7pm Ever wonder why rum is associated with those pirates of the Caribbean? Food historian Cynthia Clampitt shares the origins of rum, how pirates got involved, and rum’s connection with coffee, tea, and chocolate.

Retro Film Night: Jaws Tuesday, August 12 • 6pm

End the summer right with the first summer blockbuster ever made! Starring Richard Dreyfuss and Roy Scheider. Refreshments will be provided.

In Secret

Friday, August 8 • 6:30pm A wistful beauty gets involved in a scandalous affair with her ailing husband’s best friend in 19th-century Paris.

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin on Wednesday, June 25 at 9am. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last 4 digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. GHPLD residents are given preference for all programs. Non-residents may contact the Library to register one week before a program is scheduled, if space is available. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, please contact the Library at least 5 days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or call the Information Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 120.

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Teen Programs Teen Candy Bash* Teen Tie-Dye*

Wednesday, July 30 • 6:30pm Calling all teens! Come and tie-dye with us! A white t-shirt will be provided, or you may bring your own article of clothing to tie-dye. Registration is limited to 20 teens.

Teen Pizza and Movie Night!* Thursday, July 24 • 6pm Hang out at the Library to snack on some pizza and pop while we watch Ride Along. Bring your friends! One lucky person will win a copy of the movie we are showing! Registration is limited to 30 teens.

Thursday, August 21 • 6pm Need a pick-me-up for the end-ofsummer blues? Then come to our candy bash! Join us for an evening of candy fun. We will play different candy-themed games, make candy kabobs, and more. Bring your sweet tooth and your friends. Registration is limited to 25 teens.

Youth Programs Manga Club* See a Juggler, Be a Juggler!* Wednesday, July 9 • 6pm

In this fun, interactive show, YOU get to become the entertainment. First, Jason Kollum will amaze with his eye-popping stunts and comedy in his juggling variety show. Then, the fun becomes handson, as everyone gets to learn some juggling skills. All ages. Please register all attending.​Registration is limited to 90.

Thursday, July 17 • 6pm Tuesday, August 19 • 6pm Love to read manga and watch anime? Looking for a new series to get hooked on? Come to the Library this summer to talk about manga and enjoy some tasty snacks. After we kick off our first meeting with an anime movie, you will get a chance to tell us about your favorite manga. Bring your favorite titles to share!

Tween Tie-Dye*

Wednesday, July 30 • 4:30pm Just for tweens! Come and tie-dye with us! A white t-shirt will be provided, or you may bring your own article of clothing to tie-dye. Ages 10—13. Registration is limited to 20.

Farm Bureau Story Time* Thursday, July 31 • 11am

The Big Chill*

Monday, July 28 • 6—7pm

PAWS for Crafts

Monday, July 14 Drop in between 2—4pm Stop by the activity room to make some fun and simple animal-related crafts. All ages are welcome.

Cool down this summer with Dr. Friedman as we see how ordinary objects react extraordinarily when exposed to extremely cold temperatures. See how liquid nitrogen turns a banana into a hammer and other chilling science! Then we’ll use liquid nitrogen to make ice cream! All ages welcome. Please register all attending. Registration is limited to 90.

The Cook County Farm Bureau is coming to the Library for a story time all about cows and dairy! Read books, participate in fun activities, and complete a craft! Ages 6—11. Registration is limited to 30.

Everyone Can PAWS to Read! Take a picture of your pet reading, and it will be featured on the Library Facebook page! Send your photos to youthservices@greenhillslibrary.org!

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin on Wednesday, June 25 at 9am. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last 4 digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. GHPLD residents are given preference for all programs. Non-residents may contact the Library to register one week before a program is scheduled, if space is available. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, please contact the Library at least 5 days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or call the Youth Services Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 117.

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Youth Programs Lego Club* Grades K—5

Wednesday, July 2 Wednesday, August 6 2:30—3:30pm OR 4:30—5:30pm We supply the Legos, you supply the imagination and building-skills! Grades K—5. Due to limited space, please only register for the afternoon or evening session. Registration is limited to 25.

Toddler Time at 10am* Ages 18 months—2 years

Thursdays with Miss Amanda July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Fridays with Miss Brittany August 8, 15, 22, 29

Drop-In Story Time Ages 2—6

Monday, July 14 • 10am Monday, August 11 • 10am Come to the Library for songs, stories, and fun! Open to ages 2—6 with caregiver. No registration required.

Green Team Time with Miss Emily Ages 6—8

Friday, July 11 • 6:30pm Wednesday, August 13 • 6:30pm Enjoy nature themed stories and activities.

Caregiver must attend toddler time with the child.

Pokémon Club Story Time at 10am*

Wednesday, July 23 • 6—7pm Wednesday, August 20 • 6—7pm

Wednesdays with Miss Amanda July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Come to the Library to meet and battle other Pokémon fans! Bring your Nintendo DS, games, trading cards, books, and anything else Pokémon that you’d like to share and discuss.

Ages 3—5

2 Minute to Win It*

Tuesday, August 26 • 6pm Just for tweens! Come to the Library and battle your friends in a series of 60-second challenges! Light refreshments will be provided. Ages 10—13. Registration is limited to 25.

Painting Craft*

Wednesday, August 27 • 6pm OR Thursday, August 28 • 6pm Make a splash when you paint your own ceramic fish! Ages 5 and up. Registration is limited to 30 per session. Due to high demand, we are offering this program on two separate dates. Registration is limited to only one of the dates.

Family Movie Time

The Lego Movie

Friday, July 18 • 4:30pm

Pajama Story Time at 6:30pm* Ages 3—5 Tuesdays with Miss Emily July 8, 15, 22, 29 Mondays with Miss Brittany August 4, 11, 18, 25

Family Bingo*

Thursday, August 7 • 6pm Families are invited to play bingo to win prizes! Also, partake in trivia between rounds. Everyone is a winner! All ages. Please register all attending.​Registration is limited to 40.

Muppets Most Wanted Friday, August 22 • 4:30pm

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin on Wednesday, June 25 at 9am. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last 4 digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. GHPLD residents are given preference for all programs. Non-residents may contact the Library to register one week before a program is scheduled, if space is available. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, please contact the Library at least 5 days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or call the Youth Services Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 117.

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Coming Attractions

Books Released in July

Books Released in August

The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness The Catch by Taylor Stevens The City by Dean R. Koontz Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands by Christopher A. Bohjalian The Competition by Marcia Clark Cut and Thrust by Stuart Woods Eden in Winter by Richard North Patterson Fast Track by Julie Garwood For All Time by Jude Deveraux The Forsaken by Ace Atkins The Girls of August by Anne Rivers Siddons The Heist by Daniel Silva The High Druid’s Blade by Terry Brooks Last Orders by Harry Turtledove Last to Know by Elizabeth Adler The Night Searchers by Marcia Muller A Perfect Life by Danielle Steel Peter Pan Must Die by John Verdon Power Play by Catherine Coulter Remains of Innocence by Judith A. Jance Sentinels of Fire by Peter T. Deutermann Sight Unseen by Iris Johansen Texas True by Janet Dailey Tom Clancy Support and Defend by Mark Greaney Wayfaring Stranger by James Lee Burke

Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough City of Ghosts by Kelli Stanley Cold Cold Heart by Tami Hoag Driving With the Top Down by Beth Harbison Fatal Conceit by Robert K. Tanenbaum Her Last Whisper by Karen Robards Love Letters by Debbie Macomber Mean Streak by Sandra Brown Private Down Under by James Patterson Top Secret by W.E.B. Griffin

Hot New Debuts Ballroom by Alice Simpson Cancel the Wedding by Carolyn T. Dingman Death Al Dente by Leslie Budewitz The Distance by Helen Giltrow The Good Girl by Mary Kubica The Home Place by Carrie La Seur Ice Shear by M.P. Cooley The Invention of Exile by Vanessa Manko Landline by Rainbow Rowell Last Night at the Blue Angel by Rebecca Rotert Painted Horses by Malcolm Brooks The Spark and the Drive by Wayne Harrison Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Thomas Sweterlitsch

You can place a hold on any of the upcoming books online at greenhillslibrary.org by logging into your account or by calling the Information Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 120.

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Calendar of Events July

Hours Monday–Friday: 9am–9pm Saturday: 10am–5pm Sunday: 12–4pm

Friends of the Library Become a Friend of the Library! Membership applications are available in the Friends Bookstore and at the Circulation Desk.

Library Board of Trustees Rick Kelleher, President Stephen Culen, Vice President Joann Jackson, Treasurer Noula Angelos, Secretary Sherman Pascascio Joyce Sura Annette Armstrong, Library Director

Newsletter is published by: Green Hills Public Library District 8611 W. 103rd Street Palos Hills, IL 60465 (708) 598-8446 greenhillslibrary.org

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August

Crazy 8s Math Club.......................................................3pm* Food Patriots Film & Director’s Discussion...............6pm Story Time with Miss Amanda...................................10am* Friends Outdoor Book Sale.......................................... 1pm Lego Club..................................................................2:30pm* Lego Club..................................................................4:30pm* Toddler Time with Miss Amanda...............................10am* Library Closed Crazy 8s Math Club.......................................................3pm* Pajama Story Time with Miss Emily......................6:30pm* Story Time with Miss Amanda...................................10am* Friends Outdoor Book Sale.......................................... 1pm See a Juggler, Be a Juggler!........................................6pm* Toddler Time with Miss Amanda...............................10am* Boot Camp: Downloading eBooks.............................2pm* Body Smart Gardening.................................................7pm Green Team Time with Miss Emily........................6:30pm Drop-In Storytime.......................................................10am PAWS for Crafts..............................................................2pm* World Film: The Chorus................................................2pm Crazy 8s Math Club.......................................................3pm* Pajama Story Time with Miss Emily......................6:30pm* Story Time with Miss Amanda...................................10am* Friends Outdoor Book Sale.......................................... 1pm Finding Food Balance with the South Side Seniors.....10am* Toddler Time with Miss Amanda...............................10am* Boot Camp: Zinio...........................................................2pm* Manga Club.....................................................................6pm* Family Movie Time: The Lego Movie....................4:30pm Board Meeting................................................................5pm Crazy 8s Math Club.......................................................3pm* All About Hay..................................................................6pm Pajama Story Time with Miss Emily......................6:30pm* Story Time with Miss Amanda...................................10am* Friends Outdoor Book Sale.......................................... 1pm Pokémon Club................................................................6pm Toddler Time with Miss Amanda...............................10am* Boot Camp: Facebook..................................................2pm* Teen Pizza and Movie Night!: Ride Along.................6pm* Friday Flicks: Monuments Men..............................6:30pm The Big Chill....................................................................6pm* Crazy 8s Math Club.......................................................3pm* Pajama Story Time with Miss Emily......................6:30pm* Story Time with Miss Amanda...................................10am* Friends Outdoor Book Sale.......................................... 1pm Tween Tie-Dye.........................................................4:30pm* Teen Tie-Dye............................................................6:30pm* Toddler Time with Miss Amanda...............................10am* Farm Bureau Storytime............................................... 11am* Boot Camp: Smartphones & Apps..............................2pm*

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Summer Reading Ends Know the 10 Signs...................................................... 11am* Pajama Story Time with Miss Brittany.................6:30pm* Back to School with Clair Boone...............................7pm Lego Club.................................................................2:30pm* Lego Club.................................................................4:30pm* Boot Camp: Internet Security....................................2pm* Family Bingo................................................................. 6pm* Animal Welfare League’s Lend a Paw Deadline Toddler Time with Miss Brittany..............................10am* Friday Flicks: In Secret...........................................6:30pm Controversial Medicine: Cannabis Oil......................1pm Drop-In Storytime......................................................10am Pajama Story Time with Miss Brittany.................6:30pm* Retro Film Night: Jaws................................................ 6pm Green Team Time with Miss Emily.......................6:30pm Toddler Time with Miss Brittany..............................10am* Multi-Library Geocaching Competition Ends Ravinia Trip: Arrival, the Music of ABBA Board Meeting...............................................................5pm Pajama Story Time with Miss Brittany.................6:30pm* Manga Club................................................................... 6pm* Untold Secrets of Financial Aid..................................7pm* Yo Ho Ho & a Bottle of Rum!..................................... 6pm Pokémon Club.............................................................. 6pm Teen Candy Bash......................................................... 6pm* Toddler Time with Miss Brittany..............................10am* Family Movie Time: Muppets Most Wanted.......4:30pm Pajama Story Time with Miss Brittany.................6:30pm* Minute to Win It........................................................... 6pm* Painting Craft................................................................ 6pm* Painting Craft................................................................ 6pm* Toddler Time with Miss Brittany..............................10am*

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