Library a happening place during summer months

Your library is a happening place this summer with Summer Reading Club Registration and Cookie Baking Contest Registration happening at the same time. Not to mention Tangled Threads and Movie Day. Save the cost of gas and a hotel by taking your vacation close to home and letting the library’s free activities be a part of it. Come in today and get a list of everything that you can do at the library this summer.

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There will be a Hunger Games Party for the teens and tweens to kick-off the Teen Summer Reading Club on Tuesday, June 4, at 4 p.m. Come dressed as your favorite Hunger Games character and let the games begin. May the odds be ever in your favor!

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The Children’s Summer Reading Club will kick things off with outdoor fun and games on Friday, June 7, at 4 p.m. It’s not too late to get signed up, so come on out and join the fun!

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Tangled Threads is like an old fashioned sewing circle where everyone brings their own needle crafting project to work on while chatting and sharing tips. Do you crochet, knit, or do any kind of portable craft? Join us for “Tangled Threads” on Tuesday, June 11, from  9:30 to 11 a.m. Bring your own project to work on while you chat and share tips with each other.

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Give a helping hand while you enjoy fun for the whole family at Movie Day at the library on Friday, June 28, 6 p.m. Our theme for the summer is hunger, so we are asking you to bring one dessert mix (cookie mix, cake mix, frosting, pudding mix, jello, etc) per family for admission to be donated to Diboll Christian Outreach. Popcorn will be available. We encourage you to bring your own snacks and drinks to add to your fun. You may also bring pillows and blankets and sit on the floor to watch the movie. Come bring the family and join in the fun! Our movie license will not allow us to publicize the movie title so please call us for more information at 936-829-5497. Children under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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New Large Print Books:

“The Drowning House,” by Elizabeth Black – Photographer Clare Porterfield’s once-happy marriage is coming apart, unraveling under the strain of a family tragedy. When she receives an invitation to direct an exhibition in her hometown of Galveston, Texas, she jumps at the chance to escape her grief and reconnect with the island she hasn’t seen for ten years. There, Clare will have the time and space to search for answers about her troubled past and her family’s complicated relationship with the wealthy and influential Carraday family. Clare soon finds