The Friends of HTFL are, once again, raising money for the Library. Don't miss the opportunity to beautify your garden with your purchase of flower bulbs through the Friends' online Spring Fundraiser. Purchase the bulbs online and they will be shipped directly to your house. All you need is the trowel!
50% of the profits go to the Friends to help the Library purchase the "extras" such as televisions, audio equipment, Summer Reading Club programs for your enjoyment-I could go on and on.
Click here for the link to the website to make your purchase today! Thank you.
Teen Programming at HTFL is for kids in grades 6 and up.
Remember if there is NO School there will be NO Program for that day.
Anime every Monday:
The club that lives and breaths anime. This means celebrating more than just the shows themselves, but also thinking about how we can integrate Japanese culture into the club experience.
PG-13 Anime is aired in this club.
Create every Wednesday:
Featuring a challenge that you can tackle however you choose. That means you can paint, write, sing, or even dance. We just want to see you express your creative side.
Gaming every Friday:
Our favorite way to socialize? Just get that controller in your hands and get in the zone. Keep an eye out for tournament announcements.
We’ll be playing some T rated titles in this club.
Pay it Forward the first Wednesday of every Month:
A way for you to respond to a person's kindness by being kind to someone else. This club lives by the quote “One person can make a BIG difference”.
Bake the second Friday of every Month:
Do you love to eat? Well here is an opportunity for you to learn your way around the kitchen. Don’t worry, we are conscientious about allergies.
T.A.B the last Monday of the Month:
The doers of the world - The HTFL Teen Advisory Board meets once a month to help form the Teen Programming for the library.
Keep an eye out for special programs!
Please complete the Program Participant Form if you plan to attend programming here at HTFL.
Dr. Seuss' birthday is March 2! Did you know...
At the time of Theodor Seuss Geisel's death in 1991, his 46 children's books had sold more than 200 million copies, and his last, Oh, the Places You'll Go! (1990), was still on the bestseller lists.
He also worked as a political cartoonist, an advertising illustrator, and a documentary filmmaker.
His first book, And to Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street (1937), was rejected by twenty-eight publishers before it finally found a home at Random House.
Random House will be publishing an illustrated picture book from Dr. Seuss on July 28th (see previous blog post).
To browse Dr. Seuss books at HTFL, click here.