Your local public library, did you know there is one in Liberty Hill? Located inside Lions Foundation Park your public library provides FREE services to you. We have the latest best sellers, DVD’s and books on CD for your commute….and yes, that free was not a typo.
We just started a FREE beginning computer class. I’m very impressed with our instructor and would encourage anyone needing help learning computer basics to join us, it’s not too late to start. They will be held on Mondays at 6:30 pm in the library. Registration is required so that we might have a computer set up and waiting for you.
May 25 is going to be an exciting day when the snakes make their way to the library. Our Wednesday storytime will be all about snakes and we have special guest Daemon the snake coming. Rumor has it his handler, Mitchell will let you touch Daemon. Are you brave enough?
Summer reading will run throughout the summer and we will reward everyone, children through adults. Thursday nights at 6:30 pm throughout the month of June will be filled with Children’s Reading Club programs.
Thursday July 7 we have a program for the entire community, Archaeology in Texas. We have an active dig site that is not too far away and we will be starting an archaeology club and going on digs, three stories down into the earth, where they have been unearthing items 1200 years old! Let Sandy know your interest so you can be added to our email group about field trips we will be going on.
Wednesday, July 13 at 10:30 am will be Safety Day at the Liberty Hill Public Library. Join our Liberty Hill Fire Department and Police Department as we present a special program for the kids in our community. Preschools and day cares welcome, please call ahead so that we can plan for the larger groups!
Other teasers: classes on string games (think cats cradle and Jacob’s ladder), paper airplane folding, Wii tournaments…..
Let me throw out some ideas and see what response I get…..I’d like to see the library partner with the community more. We are here for you, to support you, provide services. How about some activities for senior citizens in the community? I’m thinking some Wii gaming, maybe a grandparent/grandchild Wii bowling competition, Senior basic computer classes, traveling lending library. We are YOUR library, let us know what it is you’d like to see.
And….know that we are accessible to you. Visit our website at www.lhpl.org (soon to be redesigned), follow us on Facebook(http://www.facebook.com/LibertyHillPublicLibrary), read our blogs.