Debra’s Fairy Doors and Fairy Circle Class

Saturday, Dec. 14 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm

To be held in the Council Room at the Community building.

FREE CLASS!
WHO: Girls ages 6 and up are asked to bring either their mom, grandma, aunt or sister to the program.
Enjoy a day of girl bonding and having fun dressing up as fairies (if you have the clothes to do to so. It’s not required), and learning all about fairies together. Debra will read a story about them, she will explain how they all have special things that they do. She will give everyone a fairy door to paint and decorate. While that is drying, she will give everyone a fairy bag containing fairy furniture, beautiful glass marbles, marigold seeds, and a Hersey’s kiss. She will teach everyone how to build a fairy circle with these items. Debra will have juice, tea, and shortbread cookies for everyone to enjoy too.
**SEATING IS LIMITED TO 23 PEOPLE. PLEASE STOP IN THE LIBRARY OR CALL THE LIBRARY AND RESERVE A SPOT ASAP. 748-7332**

Bus Trip

ALL BUS TRIP PATRONS:

If you know someone who does not have Facebook and going on the trip, please pass along to them.

I talked with Jean at Rustad’s and the trip IS ON!! I will be talking with her again tomorrow in regards to any weather changes. Please check back here for any changes.

Bus leaves Graceville at 6:00 AM – leaves Ortonville at 6:30 AM. Arrive at MN Transportation Museum at 10:00. Lunch will handed out after done in the Museum. We may have to eat on the bus if raining. Then off to Osceola for the train ride at 2:00 pm. Train ride done about 3:30. On the way home we will stop to eat at either the Waverly Cafe in Waverly or McDonalds in Litchfield around 6:00 PM. Then home!

How Well do You Know Your Library Scavenger Hunt

HEY KIDS! HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR LIBRARY?
We are doing a Halloween scavenger hunt at the library for young kids and tweens. We would like to know just how well you know your library. Pick up a sheet at the front desk that has a few things for you to find at the library, and a few questions to answer too. Once you have completed the sheet, bring it up to the desk and you will receive a yummy surprise! To participate YOU MUST BRING YOUR LIBRARY CARD! We hope to see you here!

OCTOBER BUS TRIP

We are only on the 2nd day of announcing the bus trip to the MN Transportation Museum and the train ride in Osceola, WI and we are over half full!

If you would like to sign up for this trip, please stop in the library and reserve your seat as soon as possible. For more information about the trip, you can call the library at 748-7332.

Post From August 13th, 2019

Thank you to the Graceville Friends of the Library for all their hard work and dedication to the library. You are valued more than you know. Thank you for making National Night Out not only a success but so much fun. We appreciate all you do for us.

ATTENTION!!

The fairy house project scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. 14 has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 21 at the same time. Sorry for any inconveniences.

ATTENTION! THE AFRICAN SAFARI WORKSHOP DATE HAS BEEN CHANGED!

The new date is now Saturday, Sept. 21st at 11am. If your child is able to make this new date, please stop in and sign them up. Seating is limited to 25. For those of you that did sign your child up, I did call and leave messages for you to let you know of the change. Please let me know if you can make this new date so I can add them to the new list. Hope to see more kids on the list!

 

Raffle Ticket Big Winner

Congratulations to our big calendar raffle winner of $300, Jill Johnsrud! Thank you, Jill, for supporting the Graceville library.

Calendar Raffle Winners

Congratulations to July 27th winner of $100 Donna Arens, July 28 winner of $125 Mark Vansness, July 29th winner of $75 Judy Shippy, and July 30th winner of $75 Lois Torgorson. Thank you all for supporting the Graceville Library!

 

 

Raffle Ticket Winner

Congratulations to today’s winner of $75, Butch Doll! Thank you for supporting the library.



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