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November 28, 2013

Kingston Library News

KINGSTON — Taking time to have a regular family night is a great way to create lasting memories. Join the Kingston Community Library for Family Movie Night on Fri., November 29, 5:30 p.m. in the library meeting room. Please bring a potluck snack to share! Popcorn will be provided! Our November movie is Monster University, rated G.

Join us on Thurs., December 5, 7:00 p.m. at the Sanborn Regional High School for a film screening of “Koran by Heart”, followed by a discussion lead by Mary Catherine Bateson, Professor Emerita, George Mason University. The film follows two young boys and one girl as they travel to Egypt’s International Holy Koran Competition, the most prestigious Koran reciting competition in the Muslim World. Bateson will provide fascinating insight on this topic.

Lindsay and Her Puppet Pals are coming to the library on Fri., December 6 at 5:00 p.m. Lindsay brings a huge collection of lovingly handcrafted, life sized hand puppets and marionettes to child and family audiences across New England. Filled with silly humor, crowd participation, and unique, memorable characters, this series of charming, positive short stories will delight the young and the young at heart! This program is ideal for children ages 3-8.

Start a reading tradition with your daughter with a Mother-Daughter Book Club! For Girls (grades 4-8) and their Mothers. Based on the popular Mother-Daughter Book Club novels by Heather Vogel Fredrick. Miss Sue will serve snacks and refreshments, and book-talk a few titles for the January meeting. Books for the January meeting will be available for pickup. The next meeting will be on Tues., December 10, 6:00 p.m., in the Teen Room!

For additional information, call 603-642-3521, or visit us online at www.kingston-library.org.

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