Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Mark Your Calendars!

April offers something for everybody

at the Library.

There's entertainment

and serious discussion.

Creative workshops

and civic activism.

A hunt in the park,

and a fascinating look

at murder mysteries

set in Paris.

Mark Your Calendars!

Wednesday, April 6th --- 6 p.m. - City Hall --- City Council Meeting on THE BUDGET. Come join the Library's Friends; speak up for the Library.

Saturday, April 9th --- 9:15 a.m. - Alder and Pine Streets --- March in Good Old Days Parade with "Miss Lisa's" Story Hour Kids. All ages welcome. Walk to support the P.G. Public Library.

Saturday, April 16th --- 9 a.m. - noon - The Library --- Grand Openings! Great Beginnings! Opening Lines that Made History. A hands-on workshop with P.G.'s Poet-in-Residence, Dr. Barbara Mossberg. $15 per person.

Wednesday, April 20th --- 11 a.m. - The Library & Jewell Park --- Pre-School Easter Egg Hunt

Wednesday, April 20th --- 6 p.m. - City Hall --- City Council Meeting on THE BUDGET. Let Council Members know what you want funded.

Thursday, April 21st --- 7 p.m. - The Library --- Cara Black reads from her latest detective novel, Murder in Passy; talks about writing and answers questions. Don't miss this opportunity to visit Paris without leaving P.G.

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