Class is October 18. Pre-register by Monday, Oct. 15……
The North Baltimore Public Library is offering a Fall Canvas Painting Project for adults with local artist Erika Miklovic. The class will be held on Thursday, Oct. 18 at 6 pm in the Wolfe Community Room at the NB Library.
With Erika’s guidance, you can create a personal canvas (11 by 14 inch) version of her fall tree painting! Pre-register and pay a fee of $15 (cash only, please) at the Main Desk of the NB Library by Monday, Oct. 15. The funds will go directly towards your supplies.
The Friends of the North Baltimore Public Library announce their Fall Book Sale for October 2018. Visit the Wolfe Community Room at the N. Baltimore Library for a variety of books and other materials for all ages.
Wednesday, Oct. 10th is the Friends’ Members Only Preview Sale from 5 to 7:30 pm. Thursday, Oct. 11th hours are 9 am to 7:30 pm. Friday, Oct. 12th hours are 9 am to 4:30 pm. Saturday, Oct. 13th will be Bag Day! Fill a plastic grocery bag for $4 any time during the hours of 9 am to 1:30 pm.
Proceeds will benefit the N. Baltimore Public Library’s future projects.
As part of our Summer Reading Program LIBRARIES ROCK! North Baltimore Public Library will be having a Family Night featuring all kinds of music and summer fun!
There will be a DJ playing in the Wolfe Community Room to get you moving and grooving. In addition, we will have live music out on the lawn for your enjoyment. Stop by the Instrument area to check out all different types of instruments and hear the many different sounds.
All this fun is sure to work up an appetite so swing by the hot dog, cotton candy, popcorn or float stands to grab a refreshment for FREE. There will be games, face painting and plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy!
Be sure to mark your calendar for Wednesday, July 11th from 4-7pm at North Baltimore Public Library!
Feel free to check us out at www.nbpubliclibrary.org
The Summer Food Service Program ensures children ages 18 and under continue to receive nutritious meals during the summer break from school, when they do not have access to school breakfasts or lunches. Children with disabilities and approved individualized education programs may participate through age 21.
“The need for healthy meals doesn’t stop when school breaks for the summer, and the Summer Food Service Program helps provide children with nourishment to make sure summer can be a time for continued learning and fun,” said Paolo DeMaria, superintendent of public instruction. “Instead of worrying about where their next meals will come from, our students can enjoy activities like reading, sports, playing outdoors and the growing that happens during the summer months.”
Many Ohio parents and caregivers continue to make difficult choices every day to provide for their families. In many cases, this leaves Ohio’s most vulnerable citizens, our children and youth, struggling with hunger daily.
In 2017, more than 4 million meals were served to Ohio children through the Summer Food Service Program with the help of approximately 1,500 feeding sites.
The program is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and administered by the Ohio Department of Education.
A New Book Drawing at the NB Public Library to Celebrate National Library Week & the 2 year Anniversary of our Author Visit with Beverly Lewis!……………
Thanks to an anonymous donation we have multiple copies of the following books:
THE ROAD HOME by Beverly Lewis
LOVE BY THE NUMBERS by Laura V. Hilton
THEIR DARING HEARTS by Sharlene MacLaren!
Sign up from April 5 to 21 to be one of 12 randomly drawn winners! Just check out something for an entry! Check out 7 items or more for 2 entries per day per adult! Even if you don’t win any of the books – you can still borrow all of them with your library card! And a very BIG THANK YOU to the generous donors for sharing all of these wonderful new books!!!