Library & Museum Closed for Training/Work Day
The Library Museum will be closed on the first Thursday of each month, Nov-May, to provide all staff with much needed time to train as a group to further develop work skills, programs and services to better serve our community. Overdue fines for library materials are not charged during closed dates. Please contact us at 907-224-4082 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you better! Valarie Kingsland, Director
Planning and Zoning Rescheduled Regular Meeting
Tuesday February 19, 2019 at 7:00 PM
in City Council Chambers, 410 Adams Street
Join us from 11:00 AM to Noon, mid-September through April, for stories, songs, crafts, and more to build early literacy and other valuable skills in the Children’s Room at the Seward Community Library & Museum! Intended for children up to five years old and their caregivers at no cost and no registration required. Adult supervision is required. http://www.cityofseward.us/calendar.aspx?EID=4899
Work Session to review agenda packet http://www.cityofseward.us/calendar.aspx?EID=4981
Each week features a new theme and selection from our Children’s Library collection. This year’s themes will follow the alphabet. We’ve already had fun with Art, Boats, Chickens, Dragons and Earth! Don’t miss out on fun and play with books, activities, creative and developmental toys, and drawing/writing material selected each week to go with the theme. Stop by each Saturday to experience our newest theme for this special unstructured play program developed with working parents in mind. Please note that adult supervision is required. http://www.cityofseward.us/calendar.aspx?EID=4916
Elementary grade level homeschooled children and their families are invited to bring their current reads to share with each other. Enjoy a time of sharing about what we’re reading, book recommendations, silly jokes and fun activities based on a theme.
National Children’s Dental Health Month was selected to be the theme in February by the children and caregivers. We will welcome a guest from Seward Family Dentistry to share how important taking care of our teeth can be. Children at the next meeting will select the theme for March, so don’t miss out! Older students are also welcome to attend, be a reading role model and help with the program.
Note the change in name to Book Bunch from Lunch Bunch and the change in time to 1-2pm. This unique program has been updated to better meet the interests and needs of the local homeschooled children and their families in our community.