November

The K-5 halloween parade was great – weather couldn’t have been better.  Throughout the evening monsters, princesses, witches, ghosts, animals, creatures of all shapes and sizes roamed the streets of Vincentown collecting treats.  It was a perfect!

Now that the Halloween fun is over we can “Thankfully” move on to November activities and holidays.

Stitching with Sally

Meet on the first and third Thursdays of the month.  They will also be busy at the Historical Society’s Christmas in November event on Saturday, November 10th. (9 am-2pm)   Be sure to stop by to say hello to Marsha and Judy and pick up a few early holiday gifts.

It’s Storytime

Every Wednesday morning, 10:30 am.  Children over 2 and caregivers are invited to come enjoy stories and a craft with Mrs. King.

Toddler Time

Begins again Thursday mornings at 11 am for children up to 3 and caregivers.

Be sure to call to let us know you’re coming!

 

Thursday Story / Craft

Kids over 4 years are invited to come listen to a story and make a beaded indian corn pin for the holiday.
As always, be sure to call to let us know you’ll be attending!
Thursday story-craft November 2018 copy

Holiday Wreath Decorating

We’ll be getting ready for the holidays be decorating wreaths at the library!  Children over 6 and a caregiver are invited Thursday evening  November 29th., 6:30 pm.
Wreaths and natural materials (pinecones, ribbon, added greens) will be provided, or bring your own special decorations to add.
Call to register early for this event!  (One wreath per family please.)

November Holidays – the library will be closed

  • Election Day, November 6
  • Veteran’s Day, November 12
  • Thanksgiving Day, November 22

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