Monthly Newsletter Volume 13, Issue 6
1584 Coles Mill Road Franklinville, NJ 08322 phone: 856-694-2833 website: www.ftlnj.org Denise Saia, Director Linda McBride, ed.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
SUMMER READING PROGRAM 2013 Dig into Reading June 28th The Turtlesinger Returns! The ever-popular Turtlesinger returns to kickoff this year’s Summer Reading Program. 2—3pm. Open to all ages.
Library Hours: Monday—Thursday 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
July 2nd Bill Kerwood, Magician Franklinville’s own Bill Kerwood will be bringing the story of The Empty Pot to life! 3-4pm Open to all ages. July 9th Our Earthly Underworld: Stories of Discovery. Presented by Lady Hawke Storytelling. 3—4pm. Open to all ages. July 16th Go on an Archeological Dig with Miss Kathy! Hosted by Kathryn Ross, Storyteller. 3—4pm. Open to all ages. July 23rd Storytime with Mother Goose. 3—4pm. Open to all ages. Preschool storytime and a craft for ages 3—6 and a caregiver will be on Wednesdays, July 3, 10, 17, 24. 10:30am Walk in crafts Fridays from 1—3pm. July 5, 12, 19, 26
Spotlight on: Get Ready for Summer Summer is a great time to plan family gatherings, evening parties, and of course, vacations, either at home or on the road. Whatever you enjoy doing this summer, we have a variety of materials, including books and DVDs, to help with your planning. Stop by and check them out: Stephane Reynaud’s Barbeque and Grill. Big Bob Gibson’s BBQ Book: Recipes and Secrets from a Legendary Barbecue Joint. 500 Barbecue Dishes: The Only Barbecue Compendium You’ll Ever Need. For Bees and Me: A Bouquet of Garden-Fresh Recipes, Sunny Memories, Helpful Hints (Gooseberry Patch) Recipes from an Italian Summer. The Summer Shack Cookbook: The Complete Guide to Shore Food by Jasper White Top Secret Recipes: Sodas, Smoothies, Spirits and Shakes: Creating Cool Kitchen Clones of America’s Favorite Brand-Name Drinks by Todd Wilbur. The 100 Best Affordable Vacations by Jane Woolridge. The Ocean City New Jersey Bucket List by Mary Ann Bolen. Vacationing on the Jersey Shore: Guide to Beach Resorts Past and Present by Charles A. Stansfield Jr. Crafts for Every Season: Creative Recycling and Handmade Treasures by Kelly Doust. Independence Day Crafts by Mary Berendes Fodor’s 1001 Smart Travel Tips. Best of Travel DVDs. Complete Guide to Patios and Walkways: Money-Saving Do-It-Yourself Projects for Improving Outdoor Living Space.
DVD Titles Coming to Your Library New Releases Beautiful Creatures The Bible: The Epic Miniseries Hyde Park on Hudson The Impossible Jack Reacher Killing Them Softly Last Stand Lincoln A Monster in Paris Parental Guidance Promised Land Ring the Bell Safe Haven Side Effects Silver Linings Playbook Warm Bodies
June Displays Display Case Near Copier: Artists’ Birthdays Display Case Near Magazines: June is Adopt a Cat Month
Volume 13, Issue 6
Children’s Events Family Fun Night What a Treasure ! The Library’s 8th Annual Family Fun Night was held on Thursday, May 9th. A full audience listened to stories read to them by area school principals. The evening’s activities also included face painting by TrickPop, crafts and digging for dinosaur eggs. Everyone received a bag filled with lots of goodies. A great time was had by all.
Pictured L to R beginning with Mr. Berardelli (Delsea High) are Mr. Dantinne (Main Road), Mr. Kobik (Janvier), Mrs. Delia (Delsea Middle) and Mr. Peters (Reutter).
Miss Naomi puts the finishing touch on Brian’s snake.
Brenden gets ready to assemble his dinosaur feet craft.
Kaylee models her beautiful unicorn face painting.
Summer, C.J., Jailyn and Neko are busy at work on projects.
June 2013 Sun
8 Walk-In Craft 11am-1pm
Library Board Meeting 7:00pm
Genealogy Club Meeting 7-8pm
Library closed Staff in-Service First day of summer