The teen perspective is a unique one. Check out what they are writing about and what is going on with them at the PFL News Page. The teens get to pick their own stories to write about and write what they like. From library programs to the gaming world, the teens explore it all! The page can be clicked on here or under the Teens tab. Find out what they are up to now!
To join the News Team, contact Nicole (firstname.lastname@example.org or 855-3444).
The Pawling Library’s Heroes Clubs want to help the Pawling Resource Center help others. Please help us by donating:
Collection boxes are in the library and all donations are gratefully accepted.
Help us make a difference in the lives of others.
The Pawling Community Foundation is seeking community feedback from residents and community organizations about recreation programs and possible improvements to various Town parklands, including Lakeside Park, Holmes Whaley Lake Civic Center, Holmes Pond and Edward R. Murrow Park. In January, the PCF formed a Parks Steering Committee, chaired by local resident Betsy Brockway, an experienced recreation and parks professional. The committee is asking local residents and organizations to complete an online survey. Residents can provide additional feedback in person through a series of community meetings. Residents are encouraged to review the Parks Steering Committee’s White Paper outlining possible projects and opportunities, and then answer the online survey, all located on the PCF website at www.pawlingfoundation.org. The three community meetings are scheduled at the following dates and locations:
• Holmes Whaley Lake Civic Center, Tuesday, August 4 at 7 PM
• Lakeside Park Lathrop Auditorium, Saturday, August 8 at 9 AM
• Quaker Hill Country Club, late August
If you are involved in a community organization, we would appreciate if you could forward this to your members and post it in any bulletin, newsletter, or website that you have. Also, please encourage your membership to review the White Paper, respond to the survey, and attend one of the community meetings. The PCF press release announcing this effort is attached. For further information, please visit the PCF website or email:email@example.com
The summer reading lists are out with many choices for middle school readers.
With so many books to choose from, which one will you like best?
Well we’ve got the solution. We’ve loaded all of the available eBooks on the Pawling Middle School 5th & 6th grade summer reading list on our Kindles and we’re making them available for check out! Now you can take ALL the books home to preview in one easy package. You can find the ones you love and order the books, or read them on the Kindle and then return it to the library. It’s that easy!
Our Kindles are available for 2 week check out, but there are no renewals so everyone can get a chance to try them out. Check one out today. You just might find summer reading a little easier this year!
(Don’t worry parents…these Kindles are read only…no games, no Internet,
John Canevari conducted an Olive Oil and Vinegar tasting seminar on Tuesday, June 30th to an enthusiastic audience. Many lucky people were able to taste and learn how to prepare a delicious Cilantro-Lime Marinade, Mango Salsa, Mediterranean Pasta Salad and Blue Olive Pesto. We thank you, our neighbors at the Blue Olive, for an immensely enjoyable presentation, and we look forward to your return.
Children’s Summer Programs open Monday, July 6th and we are busy getting ready for our heroic summer! Registration confirmation sheets are ready and waiting for you to pick up or call in for the list of programs your children will attend here this summer. Please remember that you must confirm your registration before our July 6th opening week.
For families who have not yet registered, there are still slots available in many of our programs, especially in our morning “library camp” programs. Please feel free to stop by or give us a call and we’ll check on availability of your favorites. Registration is now on a first come-first serve basis so give us a call as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you!
Reading logs are now open, so remember to take a look at our new on-line book logs and consider using them to keep your children reading this summer. The cool Superhero theme is exciting and motivating for children and many of the families who have switched from paper logs to our e-logs have been very pleased with them so far. If you have any questions about which log to use or any assistance in signing up, please feel free to call. I’m happy to answer your questions and help your children get started logging their titles!
We look forward to seeing everyone starting July 6th!
This is the final weekend of our Book Sale!
Saturday, June 27 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday, June 28 9 am to 3 pm
Bag Sale Sunday- $5 bag, $10 boxes of books!
Help us pack up everything that’s left for shipment to Better World Books on Sunday at 1 pm!
Teens should live it up over the summer!
Escape the ordinary with 3D printing, minecraft, Hunger Games, Battle of the Books, photography, poetry, cooking, a teen book swap, and so much more! For an added twist, teens can join the escape club that is packed with gaming, crafting, exploring, and creating. This special club will have the theme: brain teasers and mystery. Check out the teen page for more activities, information and a registration form.
You can develop your own super powers this summer by using our new, interactive reading log. The more you read the more powers you gain!
Keep reading to find out more!
There’s just something about books, isn’t there? You’re not entirely sure why… but you’ve got to have them. The Pawling Library Book Sale has over 25,000 great books looking for good homes. So whether you’re a fiction fanatic, need something for your voracious young reader to devour, or you just love the thrill of the hunt, the Pawling Library Book Sale is the place for you.
All proceeds from the sale support collection development, programming, and other projects at The Pawling Library.
The Pawling Library Book Sale will be held Saturday & Sunday June 20 & 21, and the following weekend on June 27 & 28 at the Mizzentop Day School.
If you’d like to help out at the sale, we could always use a hand. Contact us at the library to find out how you can help: 855 – 3444.
More info here.