Library News: Paynesville
Posted December 21, 2016
Join us at the Paynesville Public Library for a week of 'something to do!' The kids have the week off from school, and cold weather can keep everyone inside, so why not stop in to the library for fun, games and crafts. We'll provide the supplies and toys (AND clean up the mess afterwards!). Stop in any time during the times listed below. Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.: Captain Underpants Day! We'll have games (Underwear Fling, Toilet Seat Beanbag Toss), color sheets...
Posted November 23, 2016
Wear your favorite (ugly or otherwise) holiday sweater and join us Saturday, Dec. 10 for an hour of cookie decorating at the Paynesville Public Library. We'll have sweater-shaped sugar cookies provided, along with frosting and equipment. You can try to create the ugliest cookie sweater ever, or make a deliciously beautiful treat - it's up to you. Regiser in person at the library, by phone (320.243.7343) or online. For ages 8 to adult. Attendance limit 12....
Posted October 26, 2016
Trick or Treaters: Show off your costume at the Paynesville Public Library during open hours on Friday (2 to 8 p.m.), Saturday (10 to 1 p.m.) and Monday (2 to 8 p.m.), Oct. 28, 29 and 31, and we'll give you a Halloween treat. Pictured, two young customers try out the masks they made for their Halloween costumes at last week's mask-making workshop.
Posted October 19, 2016
Chamber of Commerce members, library customers and library staff are invited to stop by the Paynesville library for coffee and breakfast treats on Wednesday, Oct. 26. The Breakfast Meet & Greet offers an opportunity for local businesses to connect with the community and rediscover (or revisit!) their local library.
Posted October 5, 2016
What are you going to be for Halloween? Get a start on your costume at 'Make A Mask!' at the Paynesville library on Friday, Oct. 21 from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m (during Education Minnesota weekend). We'll provide basic supplies, including unadorned masks, as well as the tools to put them together. All you need to bring are your ideas and inspiration (and spare craft supplies to donate to the project, if you wish). We will have patterns, tips and instructions for how to fold, glue...
Posted July 27, 2016
Friday, July 29, 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., the Paynesville Public Library will have games, tables, and chairs all set up, so stop by to join the group for Game Day! Games will include Munchkin, Jacks, Operation, Twister, chess, checkers, Apples To Apples, Jenga, and other new and classic games. Games for all ages, or you can bring your own.
Posted July 20, 2016
July 28, 2016 is the 150th anniversary of the birth of Beatrix Potter, author of The Tale of Peter Rabbit and many other classic children's stories. Celebrate her birthday at the Paynesville branch the week of July 25 to 30. We'll have displays, birthday cake on Thursday July 28, and a story walk during the week. Pictured is a "Mr. McGregor's Garden" planter from the library's front lawn. The seeds were sown in May (by Paynesville library Storytime kids) for vegetables from "The Tale of Peter...
Posted July 2, 2016
Join us for an early literacy-play session for babies and toddlers, including a life-size Kandyland game on the library lawn! Fairy tale and fantasy costumes are welcome, but not necessary. Toys, activities and coffee and cookies provided. For ages 0-6. Children must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Register online, or in person or by telephone (320.243.7343) during the library's open hours. Library Open Hours: Mondays 2 - 8 p.m. Tuesdays 2 - 6 p.m....
Posted July 2, 2016
Need help with your laptop, iPad, Kindle, smartphone or other device? Or would you like help navigating the library's Overdrive, VuFind or database online catalogs? Drop by the Paynesville Public Library for individual help on Friday evenings September 16, October 14, November 18 and December 16 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. Call ahead (320.243.7343) to reserve a time, or register online in advance at griver.org/PA. Or, call the library to set an appointment during other open hours. Don't...
Posted July 2, 2016
Smash books are a quick, easy way to capture life's moments and memories. You add photos, memorabilia and journaling and smash them into your book. In this workshop, you are introduced to smash books as you create your own and prepare them for use with an assortment of provided materials. Ages teen to adult. Limit 12. Registration required. Register in person or online. A Legacy event.