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July 2016: Outreach Newsletter

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Find out what's been happening in the Outreach Services department of the Westerville Public Library.

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July 2016: Outreach Newsletter

  1. 1. ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, SUMMER READ! Another summer is upon us and with that comes another year of the summer reading program. This year’s theme for libraries across the country is: On Your Mark, Get Set, Read! which entails all things sports and staying active. But, the Outreach Department here at WPL won’t make you jump over any hurdles for a prize. All you have to do is write your name on one of our nifty reading score cards (just like the golden tickets from last year) and return them to us during our de- livery days in July and August for a chance to be entered for a prize. If you write a description of a book or movie you enjoyed on the back of the score card you will be entered for a chance to win a grand prize, brought to you by amazing local sponsors. It doesn’t get any easier than that! Keep a lookout for a score card in your green delivery bag starting in June. Prizes will be delivered in Sep- tember. Happy Reading, Westerville Public Library Outreach The Outreach J U L Y / A U G U S T 2 0 1 6N e w s l e t t e r 7 6  Summer Reading >  Did You Know?  Manager’s Special  Upcoming Events  Staff Picks @Westerville Public Library: Outreach Westerville Public Library June-August 2016
  2. 2. P a g e 2 The five Olympic rings represent the five major regions of the world – Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceana, and every national flag in the world includes one of the five colors, which are (from left to right) blue, yellow, black, green, and red. Manager’s Corner DID YOU KNOW? *Julie and Marie are also NOTARIES and will be glad to come to your home to notarize items for you. Please call us if you need this service. 614-259-5034. Julie Kerns, Outreach Manager Leaping LETTERS Check out these photos from our annual meeting of pen pals (seniors and children within the Westerville community) held at Hanby Elementary. This is actually the fourth year of the letter writing pro- gram but the second year of the meet up luncheon. If you are interested in becom- Did you know you can reserve your own items on- line and still have them delivered by Outreach? It’s as easy as 1,2,3. 1. Go to our website at www.westervillelibrary.org 2. Type in the search box a subject/title/author 3. Find something you must have? Click on “Request It.” Your account is already set up so that your holds will be sent to the Outreach office. If you do not have an actu- al physical card, you can call Outreach and we will give you your number or we will mail you a physical card if you would like one. Still confused or unsure? Then give us a call @ 614-
  3. 3. P a g e 3 N e w s l e t t e r 7 6 U p c o m i n g e v e n t s July 17, 2016 25th Annual WesterFlora Garden Tour Take a tour of local properties showcasing amazing works of floral art. For additional information call Linda Laine at 614-891-5599 or Karen Hovey at 614-882-9955. July 18, 2016 Paint Night at the Library This event will be held from 6:30—8:30 pm in meeting room A .Painting experience won't be needed at this simple, stress-free session. Artist Marian Lerner will guide you in replicating the night's featured painting. Canvas, paints and brushes, as well as light refreshments, will be provided. Artists August 22, 2016 Westerville Senior Center Cookbook Book Club Take home the cookbook of the month and explore the recipes at your own pace. Every fourth Monday, bring your favorite dish from the book to share with the group, try other recipes & discuss your experiences. This event is from 1:30– 3:30PM at the Westerville Senior Center* You must be a mem- ber of the center to participate. Please call them at 614-901--6560 to register. August 1, 2016 The Water For Congo Project In 1970, Fred Suter, as a volunteer in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, often stayed overnight in villages where local women worked hard to provide food, clean spring water to drink and a bed. A lack of close access to clean water is a huge problem in much of rural Africa. Hear how Fred is training Congolese to make and use ram pumps, build and install gutters, and hand- August 28, 2016 Local Author Book Festival Books of all genres will be highlighted as 50 Central Ohio authors gather for casual meet & greets. Highlights will include book sales and signings, raffle drawings and food trucks. Call Erin Huffman 614-259-5019 for more details.
  4. 4. THOMAS BOOK: *The Montrumologist by Rick Yancey In 1888, twelve year old Will Henry chronicles his apprentice- ship with Dr. Warthrop– a scientist who studies and hunts real– life monsters. *this book is not available in large print but it can be ordered as a book on CD or e-book FILM: Deadpool (R!!, 2015) MARIE BOOK: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr From the highly acclaimed, multiple award-winning Anthony Doerr, a stunningly ambitious and beautiful novel about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II. FILM: The Money Pit (PG, 1986) MEREDITH BOOK: 1944: FDR and the Year That Changed History by Jay Winik This book chronicles the events of 1944 to reveal how nearly the Allies lost the war citing the pivotal con- tributions of FDR, Churchill, and Stalin. FILM: Chihuly DVD Collection (NR, 2000) JULIE BOOK: The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey A childless couple working a farm in the brutal landscape of 1920 Alaska discover a little girl living in the wilderness, with a red fox as a companion, and begin to love the strange, almost supernatural child as their own. FILM: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (PG-13, 2015) HOLLY BOOK: The Things We Keep by Salle Hepworth Anna, at 38, is in the early stages of Alzheimer's and has come to terms with her family’s decision to send her into an assisted living facility. There she meets Luke, another resident around her age, and love begins to blossom. FILM: The Cotton Club (R, 1984) HEATHER BOOK: The Summer Before the War by Helen Simonson It’s the summer of 1914, and life in the sleepy village of Rye, England is about to take an interesting turn. FILM: Death in Paradise (BBC series, NR, 2011)

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