Girl Scout Brownie Troop 10017 is filled with girls on a mission. They took a look around the community to see if there was something they could do to improve their world. Was there anything they could do to help at the fire station? How about the library? Well, they have been busy in both places volunteering their time and talents to help make the Pawling Community a little brighter. Continue reading
Friday, December 12th * 6:30-8:00 pm
Select your favorite beading kit and create a beautiful bracelet for yourself or the perfect gift to give to someone special for the holiday season!
Each participant will receive a packet that includes a bracelet pattern
with instructions and materials.
PLEASE NOTE: Your bracelet will not be completed during the workshop.
Material Fee: $20.00
Registration is required for all programs.
To register please call the library at 855-3444.
Join us for Pawling Library’s 5th Annual
International Games Day
Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014
Come alone, bring a friend, bring the whole family!
It’s a day of fun for everyone!
- Fun games to play for the whole family from 10 am – 4 pm! (ages 2 years & up)
- Come when you want…stay as long as you’d like!
- Over 100 board games to choose from!
- Wii games available to try all day long!
- Exciting spotlight events at 11:00 am, 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm.
- Students 9 years and older can test drive our new Minecraft Lab!
If you need more information or have questions,
please email our game day coordinators Nicole or Ms. Karen
Children up to 9 years of age must be accompanied by an adult!
Call the library at 855-3444 and
Beginning the week of November 9th the Pawling Library will once again offer two weekly programs in its Early Literacy series:
Wiggle, Giggle & Bounce (birth – 18 months)
Thursdays, 10:00 – 10:45 am
Read, Rhyme & Romp (18 – 30 months)
Tuesdays, 11:00 – 11:45 am
We realize that many of you have made commitments for the fall season, but if you and your child are available we’d love to have you join us! Families can register by emailing Ms. Karen. You can read more about these fun programs on our program link, but if you have any questions, please feel free to email Ms. Karen or call the library at 855-3444 and leave a message.
Many thanks for your patience! We look forward to seeing some of you soon.
Did you miss out on seeing all the great creations in our summer 2014 LEGO® Museum? Now you can check out some of the highlights in our new photo-movie. Just turn on your computer sound & click the link below!
The amazing new book by Bill O’Reilly, Killing Patton, is now available for reading right on our Kindles. Don’t wait on a long list, the Library has two Kindles available for patrons to take home. The Kindles are preloaded with Killing Patton and many more amazing titles. Check one out today and see how easy it is. Please ask at the circulation desk for more information. Please note that the Kindles only go out to Pawling patrons.
Clip those Box Tops! There is a new Box Tops drop box in the library to make it easier to support our schools! Located on the Junior Books Display it is there and hungry to collect all those Box Tops! If you have never clipped before and would like to give a little extra support to our schools, it requires no extra money. Just find the Box Tops on your grocery purchases, cut them out, and drop them in the box! These little pieces of cardboard add up to BIG money that goes directly to our schools! Questions-Please speak to Nicole (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Friday October 3rd at 7:30 pm, two amazing authors will be on stage together and you can be there! Neil Gaiman (The Graveyard Book, American Gods, and The Ocean at the End of the Lane) and Audrey Niffenegger (The Time Travelers Wife) will be having a “conversation” at Bard College. It’s your chance to get in on this unique experience with two amazing authors! Don’t miss out. Check out the Bard Website for tickets and more information. Feel free to stop in to the library and pick up some of their books as well.
This fall, in celebration of national Banned Books Week, we are holding a challenge for teens! The Your Right To Read, Reading Challenge is for all teens from 6th-12th grade. They are being asked to read two books, write a two page paper on the essay topic provided and hand in all their work by November 22nd. Best essay wins! All the forms are now available in the library and online. Visit Teen Programs for more information and the challenge packets.
Good luck to all teens who enter!
Please join me in welcoming the newest addition to the Pawling Library’s all-star team, Miss Christy. Miss Christy will be filling in for Miss Karen while she recovers from her eye surgery, and she’s put together a lot of great programs for the kids of Pawling including a Preschool Story Hour and some cool Book Clubs for School Age Kids.
Miss Christy has worked in the library on the Military Base at West Point, and currently works with the boys in the library at the Trinity-Pawling School. I think her love for children’s literature will make her a great addition to our library.
Lottery Registration for our Fall Programs will begin Monday, September 15th. You can pick up a registration form at the Circulation Desk or you can print one out here: Childrens Fall 2014 Program Registration Form
When you return your registration form, you’ll pull a number, which will determine your ranking for Registration. All Pawling residents will be enrolled in our programs first, and then we will fill any leftover spaces in our programs with non-residents.