By Raven Gregg
Carriage Towne News
---- — PLAISTOW — Visit the library during the month of January to see the artwork of the students of local artist Susan Kneeland. The work represents artists aged 9 to adult and are from many surrounding towns. The pieces include portraits, still life, and landscapes and are quite nice to see. The horizontal display cases are hosting the pie plate collection of Mr. Oscar Fortin. The pie plates are an interesting look at many decades of pie plate history.
Come see our new Giant Bookworm! He needs a name and Miss Cara invites the kids to submit names to name him. He’s the biggest in the world – we think!
The first and third Wednesday of each month is the meeting for My Brother’s Keeper from 9:00 a.m. to noon. This group of quilters makes ugly sleeping bags for the homeless and welcomes other sewers to come help. The group is also looking for donations of high loft queen size batting and one-inch wide sew-on Velcro. Due to previous generosity, fabric donations are not accepted at this time. For more information, check out mybrotherskeeper.org.
February 8 is Crafty Kids from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Come drop by to do a themed craft with Miss Cara. Registration is required and is for Plaistow Library cardholders. The recommended ages are from 4-12.
Ages 9 and up are invited take a colorful, fun Friendship Bracelet to keep or give to a friend on February 11, from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Miss Cara will guide you through the fun process of making your own creation. All materials provided. Registration is required and open to Plaistow Library cardholders.
Book Talk with the Staff will be held on Wed., February 12, from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Join Cab, Kelli, Anita, and Raven as they discuss a favorite book or two for five minutes each. Participants are welcome to bring a book or two to share as well! Not sure what to bring? How about your favorite reads from 2013? Or, perhaps a book that made an impact on your life…
Card Making with Colleen Ferranto will be Thurs., February 20, from 6:30-9:00 p.m. The demonstration will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. and the class is limited to adults only. You will make eight cards; materials fee is $15.00. Please bring your own adhesive and scissors.
Tues., February 25 is the Fun Fiction Book Club for Plaistow patrons in Grades 5-8. This book club runs from January to April. You choose the book and we’ll meet once a month for discussion and activities. The program runs from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Registration is required and is for Plaistow Library cardholders.
Where is my library book? This question happens to everyone. Common places to look for missing books and movies include underneath car seats/sofas/entertainment centers/beds, dressers; behind all kinds of furniture, in beds, in tote bags not used recently, and anyplace a book or movie could possibly fit is fair game! Also check toy boxes, feed rooms, tack rooms, dog beds, and doghouses. Over the years, I have heard of all the crazy places materials end up in.
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