Santa Claus is comin’ to town on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 11 a.m., visiting the library, and listening to the Christmas wishes of all the good little boys and girls. We hope to see you there!
There are also spots open for gingerbread house making at 10 a.m. Space is limited, so you must have a spot (and a house) reserved. Call the library, or stop in, to sign up. We wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas, and the most joyous of New Years!
If you & your family would like to add an ornament to the Community Christmas tree, you may drop it off at the library. Santa will be lighting the tree and starting his trains to run under it. Come and join in the fun!
Come to the library, make this sweet pumpkin, and take it home for a gift or to decorate your home!
Edna Wade will show us how, on Saturday, October 22, 10 a.m., at the library. Cost is only $5 for the basic pumpkin. If you’d like extra decorations for your pumpkin, you are welcome to bring your own. Space is limited, so sign up NOW at the library
It’s time for stories, music, art and FUN for 3 to 5 year olds, Wednesdays from 10-11. See you there!!
The 12th Annual Library Roll will be happening on Saturday, September 24! Riders from all over come to our little “Burg” to enjoy riding and give to support the work of the library. We hope to see you here!!
Click on the tab above for more information and to download the registration form.
Come to the Fredericksburg Community Park on WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 6-8 p.m. for a fun night! Hot dogs, refreshments, art show, face painting, and DRUM CONCERT by Sogbety Diomande!!! And it’s all FREE!! Click on the link below for more info.
We are off to Cleveland on May 20, for a tour of Progressive Field, followed by the rest of the day at the Great Lakes Science Center!! Click on the link below for more info!
brochure front schedule, reg.
Gopher lies down and kicks up his legs.”There’s nothing you can’t learn when you have books”, he says. Porcupine smooths down her quills. “If you can read,” she adds. I smile. “And it’s even better when you have a library.”
from “Our Library”, by Eve Bunting
click below to learn about the exciting plans for summer reading at the library this summer! We hope to see you there!!!
Summer Reading info
“The stories people tell have a way of taking care of them. If stories come to you, care for them. And learn to give them away where they are needed. Sometimes a person needs a story more than food to stay alive.”
–Crow and Weasel, Barry Lopez, 1990
Family stories, handed down. Oral history, brought alive through the telling of these stories. If you have ever wished you had some of these stories recorded, the voices of loved ones preserved, the library may be able to help, through both people and resources. Thanks to a grant from the Noble Foundation, the library now has equipment for videotaping conversations centered around local history and family stories. We call it the Fredericksburg Oral History Project. Volunteers have compiled a questionnaire to help guide the conversation, and are also ready to help with running the camera and the interview itself. If you would like to preserve your family stories, or local history, please contact the library!