Posts Tagged ‘newsletter’

October is “Fall” of Great Stuff

Fall is finally here! It’s been a wild weather world all over, and at last we’re settling into our Oklahoma norm, which is: “Who knows? But take a jacket. And an umbrella. Oh, and some sunscreen…maybe a snack…” For a full list of our busy slate of activities, click this blue thing, or call us,…

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September is FULL

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We have such a crazy busy month planned at your local Piedmont Public Library. First: Storytime is back! Tuesday mornings at 10am, for toddlers and preschoolers. Ms. Jenn leads the fun with stories, songs, and play, as well as a simple craft for a souvenir. Second: Mother Goose is back! Geared toward infants and toddlers,…

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Summer Reading 2018 starts June 5

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School’s out and the Library is IN! First: don’t forget to come in for your summer reading log. For every day that you read 20 minutes, you earn a sticker. In a week you will have collected 7 stickers for redemption toward a prize from our awesome summer reading prize store. You could earn up…

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What Does April Snow Bring?

Yes, it’s been a wacky month and we’re barely into it. Who knew we’d have snow? And when Farmer’s Almanac predicted the last winter frost to be April 15th, I pooh-pooh-ed the suggestion. But meteorologists City wide are telling me personally that yes! Indeed! On the evening of the 14th, when the 15th is creeping…

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March has Arrived!

Hello, fellow readers! This is such a big month for Piedmontians! Time for all the DUCK week activities as well as gearing up to wind down with fun, relaxing Spring Break plans. Don’t forget to stop by the library for your vacation reads. It’s the perfect time for beach reads, fluffy stories, easy-going tales that…

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February is Here!

Who needs a ground hog around here? Thanks to the lack of bad weather, everything on the prairie can see its shadow right now. Lots of sunshine, temperate days, and no snow anywhere. Kind of looks like spring has already sprung. But keep a coat handy — maybe an umbrella, too, if you’re an optimist…

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