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Continues regularly throughout
the year on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 10:30am.
After some playtime, the librarian reads stories, sings songs,
does fingerplays and shows a short film beginning around 10:40
am. This program is appropriate for infants through pre-school
CHESS FOR CHILDREN:
Children of all ages are invited
to learn and practice the game of chess each Wednesday afternoons
from 4-5pm with Parks and Recreation instructor Michelle
Charles. This drop in program is free and does not require registration.
Listen to news about the library,
books, and book reviews each Thursday evening from 6:30-7:00pm
on public radio KRBD Ketchikan at 105.9.
Preschool age children can
make an ornament and listen to silly stories during Storycraft
beginning at 10:30am.
It's time once again for the
annual Preschool Christmas Party at 10:30am. Join
us for songs, stories, special treats and a visit from Santa.
The library will close at
3:00pm for Christmas
The library is CLOSED
The library will close at 3:00pm
for New Year's JANUARY 10
The Ketchikan Food Club
will meet for ordering from 4:30-5:30pm. This non-profit
buying group orders from a natural food grocery supplier in Seattle
every other month.
JANUARY 29, 2006
Celebrate the birthday of Lewis
Carroll and all things Wonderland at the annual Mad Hatter
Tea Party at 3:00pm. Families and friends are invited for
tea, yummy treats, crafts and a gorgeous display of Alice in
Wonderland collectibles from the collection of Dr. Snow.
Author Pam Houston will do a reading and book signing.
Time and date to be announced. Pam is the author of numerous
novels and short story collections including the classic "Cowboys
are My Weakness," "Waltzing the Cat," "Women
on Hunting" and the upcoming "Sight Hound." Learn
more at www.pamhouston.net/
FEBRUARY 23, 2006
The Covenant Players
make their annual visit to the library at 10:30am with
a morning of short plays for preschoolers about friendship, faith,
conflict resolution and problem solving. This fun, fast paced
theater troupe encourages audience involvement and interaction.