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April 10, 2014

Gale Library News

NEWTON — Celebrate National Library Week at the Gale Library with Art done by Middle School 8th Grade students displayed during the month of April. Come see the works of some very talented Sanborn students. If you have artwork that you would like to display, contact the library at 382-4691.

April 14-19 will also be an Amnesty Fine Free Week. If you have overdue books, don’t miss this chance to return them and have your fines canceled.

On Saturday we will host DEAR time where you can drop in and read to friends or read on your own. We are trying to fill each fifteen-minute slot with a new reader.

Craft Nite, Mon., April 14 at 6:30 p.m., will feature Easter crafts, bunnies, and chicks.

The Friends of the Gale Library will be hosting an O’Neill Cinema Ticket Fundraiser. A Movie Pack can be purchased for $40.00 which includes four free movie passes, two buy one, get one movie passes, one free small popcorn, one small drink, and one Scratch and Win. Scratch tickets are all winners and could possibly include free movie tickets, free concessions, $10.00 gift cards, $25.00 gift card or a free year movie seasons pass. Ticket orders start April 20 and end May 3 at the Gale Library or from a Friend of the Library.

Wii and Family Game Night will be held on Wed., April 16 at 6:00. Super Mario, Just Dance, board and card games- Bring a buddy for lots of fun, games and plenty of exercise.

It’s time for the Great Stone Face Reading Program again in New Hampshire! The purpose of the Great Stone Face Award is to promote recreational reading for 4th, 5th, and 6th graders, to increase awareness of quality writing, and to allow students to choose a favorite author.

Newton’s Gale Library and Memorial School Library have teamed up to present the 25 recommended Great Stone Face books and invite students to read and vote for their favorite. Memorial School children will be able to vote at the school library. The Gale Library is offering an incentive prize for children who read or have read any of the books on the list, and then vote, starting April 1st and ending Wed., April 15. Prizes will be awarded to the children whose names are drawn at random for participating.

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