Seven C Scavenger Hunt Categories:

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Friends Of the Library Book Sale

CLOSED: Monday, July 4th

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The library will be closed on Monday for the holiday; we will resume normal hours on Tuesday, July 5th

July 2022 Newsletter!

Summer Reading 2022!

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Come Join us in an Ocean of Possibilities! June 1st- July 30th: These are most of our weekly programs, be sure to check the official calendar (in your SRP kit or in the Newsletter) for specific crafts and other One-time Events)

  2:00: Every Monday (we are open) in the Nana room, come build with legos! 11am or 2pm: Teen Crafts in the back building (virtual kits also available for those who cannot attend at these times)    
  ALL DAY: Sign up for Kid Crafts begins! Choos the 11am or 2pm or virtual option for you child ages 6 to 11 2:00: Movies have moved to the Nana Room this year! So come Into the Library and watch movies every Tuesday! 3 & 4 PM: Minecraft with Mr. Rich in the back building for ages 6-15 every Tuesday and Thursday. (it's possible that kids will only be allowed to play for one session depending on attendance.) Please pick up your child at 4:50pm!  
  11am or 2pm: Kid Crafts in the back building (virtual kits also available for those who cannot attend at these times)      
  10:30: Baby/Toddler Time (infants, toddlers, and their adults      12-ish: Kids ages 2 to 5 are welcome to stay for a craft or activity after Storytime! (Parents are welcome to to help!) 3 & 4 PM: Minecraft with Mr. Rich in the back building for ages 6-15 every Tuesday and Thursday. (it's possible that kids will only be allowed to play for one session depending on attendance.) Please pick up your child at 4:50pm! 5:30: Adults have a chance to craft this year on June 2nd, July 14th & July 28th (July 20th's adult craft is a MONDAY!)
11:00: Storytime (3 and older) Both events are in the Nana Room
  ALL DAY: Call to sign up for Monday's Teen craft at either 11am or 2pm. Ages 12-18 (There are also virtual options available) 2:00: Teen Art Closet open to All!    
  10:00: Learn how to DND every other Saturday June 4th, 18th, July 2nd, 16th, and 30th (opposite Saturdays are for those who know how to play!      


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2022 Reading Challenge

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Bookopoly starts now! Pick up your game sheet from the library and complete sets to be able draw a card to see what prize you get AND fill out an entry form to win a grand prize! You have 10 sets to complete and 12 chances to win a grand prize! Prizes include gift cards from the following sponsors:

Start your 2022 reading challenge today!


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Learn how to create characters and build worlds! For ages 9 and older (but parental permission will be required for those under 18) If you are not new to DnD and want to play, this group also meets on alternate Saturdays at 10 am to PLAY!


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Tuesdays & Thursdays at 3pm and 4pm, join Mr. Rich in his elaborate worlds on a staff-led, closed network, collaborative Minecraft adventure! Due to popularity, we now ask that you call the day before (Mondays and Wednesdays) to register for the following day. 


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Did you read our StoryWalk® book Lola Plants a Garden byAnna McQuinn, yet?

Don't forget to come in to grab a packet of Sunflower Seeds to grow in your own garden!

NEW! Movie Binge Boxes

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They’re heeeere! We have a few of our Binge Boxes ready to check out! Binge Boxes are a set of movies with a similar theme that are all together in one handy box for you to check out. Want to have a horror movie marathon? Watch Westerns all day? Kids love talking animals but you’re sick of watching the one movie over and over? A Binge Box might work for you! You don’t have to stand at the DVD rack for half an hour trying to find all the different movies you want to watch. We have them in one box for you! Each box contains 4 to 8 movies and we will check out one per family. We will rotate out the collections over time so there will always be a new box available. I hope you all find these to be a fun addition to the collection! There’s more to come!

Tech Help!

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Did you get a new cellphone or E-reader? Did you go from a laptop to an iPad? Do you just want to know more about a device you have had for a while? Would you like to sit with someone who can walk you through how to use your technology? You can now use the form on our website to request a one-on-one tech help session with Rich! (click on the logo above!)

Writer's Group

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If your resolution for 2022 was to be more creative or to write more, our Writer's Group meets every Tuesday at 3:30pm in the Board Room! Come check out their display near the elevators to find out more and to read some of their past anthologies!

Fitness @ the Library!

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Terrie instructs seniors on low impact fitness that does

not require getting down on the floor! Call for more information!

We also have Tai Chi Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays at 10 am! For seniors over 60 who want to work on their balance!

Call for more information! 580-255-0636




Costume Donations Requested!

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So, what are you going to do with all those Halloween costumes?  🤔 Do you even have room to store them? Why not donate them to the library instead of letting them just hang in the back of the closet all sad and too small to wear again? We would love to keep these stored and safe until next year when we will bring them out just in time for kids to come to the library to find their perfect costume for next Halloween! Then we can do the whole process all over again! There is no time frame to worry about; we'll take them now or after Christmas, or in the spring when you are cleaning! Bring them in whenever you are ready!


Need a notary?

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Did you know the library has three notaries on staff?
Chances are, at least one will be available when you need to have something notarized!
Be sure to wait to sign your documents when the notary is present, and bring your ID!
This is a free service!

Bookdrop Information

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The door of the bookdrop is not functional due to damage, so please use the bookdrop on the east wall of the library near the front entrance while we wait for repairs to be made! Please note that DVDs and Video Games cannot be put into the front bookdrop and will need to be brought into the library during open hours. We are sorry for the inconvenience. We hope to have this fixed as soon as possible!

Little Free Libraries!

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LIttle Free Libraries are all over Duncan! Take a book and leave a book. When you finish a book, leave it in one of these little libraries for someone else to enjoy! If you know of one we don't have listed, let us know!

Please remember that the books in these little libraries are protected only when they are inside and the doors are shut. Sadly, we've discovered a few ruined books that were left out in the wind and the rain.

Interlibrary Loan!

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