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July 2013 programs

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July 2013 programs

  1. 1. JULY 2013 PROGRAMSWashington County Public Library210 E. Main StreetSpringfield, KY 40069(859) 336-7655M, T & TH 10 am-7 pmW & F 10 am-5 pmSat 9 am-1 pmClosed Sunday
  2. 2. CHIlDrEn’s proGrams
  3. 3. No Summer ReadingprogramsJuly 1- July 6
  4. 4. Summer Reading @Mackville community CenterTuesday, July 9 @ 2:00 pmWe are taking theBookmobile on the roadfor Summer Reading.Catch us at the MackvilleCommunity Center to diginto Summer Reading fun!
  5. 5. MusikMattersThursday, July 11 @ 5:30 pmA little bit of sill, lots offun and some funkymoves to create a lot oflearning!All ages welcome.County ExtensionService Office211 Progress Avenue
  6. 6. Thursday, July 18 @ 5:30 pmEver wonder what’s hiding under your feet?A program featuring birds, reptiles & mammals that hunt fromabove and hide out from beneath! All ages welcome!County ExtensionService Office211 Progress Avenue
  7. 7. Summer Reading Finale @Lebanon Aquatic CenterThursday, July 256:00-7:45 pmSplish, Splash in the outdooror indoor pool to rinse thedirt off from the SummerReading fun!Ticket REQUIRED for access.525 Graham Memorial DriveLebanon, KY
  8. 8. Tween/Teen programs
  9. 9. No Summer ReadingprogramsJuly 1- July 6
  10. 10. Summer Reading @Mackville community CenterTuesday, July 9 @ 2:00 pmWe are taking theBookmobile on the roadfor Summer Reading.Catch us at the MackvilleCommunity Center to diginto Summer Reading fun!
  11. 11. Buried TreasureWednesday, July 10 @ 1:00 pmMake your own treasurechest and fill it with gold!Ages 8-17.Please let us know youare coming;call 336-7655.
  12. 12. MusikMattersThursday, July 11 @ 5:30 pmA little bit of sill, lots offun and some funkymoves to create a lot oflearning!All ages welcome.County ExtensionService Office211 Progress Avenue
  13. 13. Down by the GraveThursday, July 17 @ 1:00 pmCreate your owngraveyard scene.Ages 8-17.Please let us knowyou are coming;call 336-7655
  14. 14. Thursday, July 18 @ 5:30 pmEver wonder what’s hiding under your feet?A program featuring birds, reptiles & mammals that hunt fromabove and hide out from beneath! All ages welcome!County ExtensionService Office211 Progress Avenue
  15. 15. Who are You?Thursday, July 24 @ 1:00 pmPalm reading and findout what the starshave ahead for you.Ages 8-17.Please let us knowyou are coming;call 336-7655
  16. 16. Summer Reading Finale @Lebanon Aquatic CenterThursday, July 256:00-7:45 pmSplish, Splash in the outdooror indoor pool to rinse thedirt off from the SummerReading fun!Ticket REQUIRED for access.525 Graham Memorial DriveLebanon, KY
  17. 17. Adult programs
  18. 18. Book saleWednesday, July 310:00 am-4:00 pmWhile enjoying the Fourth of Julyfestivities in Springfield stop byand get a great read at a greatprice.Hardbacks $2.00DVDs $2.00Audio/Music $2.00Paperbacks $1.00Children’s Books $1.00Much more…!
  19. 19. Adult Book Discussion GroupThursday, July 11 @ 5:00 pmStop in and check out a copyof the book from thecirculation desk and join ourlively discussion.This month:Darkness My Old FriendBy: Lisa Unger
  20. 20. BoarD oF trustEEs’ mEEtInGMonday, July 16 @ 5:30 pmWashington County Public Library Board of Trustees Open Meeting RulesThe Washington County Public Library Board of Trustees abides by the open meeting laws ofthe Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Open Meetings Act provides members of the public thestatutory right to attend all public meetings and to observe and listen to what transpires atthose meeting. It does not grant those persons the right to participate in the meeting noraddress the members of the Board during the meeting.The Washington County Public Library Board of Trustees will allow one to address the Boardwith two provisions:•The person must notify the Library Director in advance to be included on the Agenda.•The person must limit their address to two minutes.Please contact the Director if you wish to speak at a Board Meeting; call (859) 336-7655.

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