We've had a lot of people blindly trying new books this week! Today will be the last day to check out a wrapped book, but everyone will have until May 31 to get the "Rate Your Date" forms turned in.
We checked on what you thought of your blind dates and so far -
11 were Amazing
14 were Total Disasters
18 were OK, and
29 were Better Than Expected!
So get those forms turned in by May 31 and you may be the winner of 12 wonderful noodle entrees from Noodles and Co., one each month for a year!
Thank you to everyone who participated in this program! We hope you enjoyed the new reading experiences as much as we enjoyed setting up these dates for you!
Now in its 15th year, the award-winning Stories in the Garden has been a favorite collaborative program between the East Lansing Public Library and the Michigan 4-H Children's Garden at MSU.
The formula is simple, the results are fabulous: teens reading picture books to children + a beautiful and fun garden setting = a fun and rewarding experience for all.
Teen readers must attend special planning sessions held at the East Lansing Public Library where they will learn about reading to children, find reading partners, choose appropriate books and practice reading out loud.
If you are a teen entering grades 7-12 and are interested in volunteering for Stories in the Garden you can download the application here.
Presented by the Expectant Parents Organization, this support group will meet on the last Wednesday of each month. Nursing moms, partners, babies and other siblings are all welcome. Call 337-7365 for more info.
Movies are intended for an adult audience.
Enjoy food and drink at Dublin Square Irish Pub and help out your local library at the same time.
Bring in a copy of the ELPL newsletter and 10% of what you spend is donated to the ELPL. Click here to print out a copy or view it on your smartphone.
Join us for conversations to practice speaking and listening in English.
An intercambio/exchange group, both English and Spanish are spoken equally.