Thank you to our Raffle Donors!

 

 

All of the winners for our End-of-Summer Raffles have picked up their prizes!

Jocelin Loja won a $100 Toys R Us gift card which was donated by the Friends of the Ossining Library.
Ayun Roh won a Mo Willems gift basket donated by our own Children’s Librarian, Tricia Sabini.

Hillary Maita, Larissa Druskin and Anika Chimilio won brand new bicycles donated by community members Rafael Hernandez,  Steven Rivera, and Eduardo Rivera.

Congratulations to our Summer Reading Winners and thanks so much to all of our donors!

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Here come our fall programs!

All our programs for children are back! Beginning Monday, September 11, our fall programming begins.

We’ve got old favorites such as Mother Goose Time; Family Game Night; Time for Twos; and Planes, Trains & Automobiles.

We’re bringing back some of our newer–and popular–programs, such as Trivia Tuesdays, New Moms & Infants Suport Group, and Literary Legos.

Homework Help is also starting on September 11.

And we’re pleased to announce that Baby Laptime is back!

Take a look at our flyer or our calendar.

 

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Murder Mystery Night!

On Wednesday evening, August 9th, our investigator, Kevin enlisted the help of 8 detectives to look into the murder of Library Director, Zelda, and the kidnapping of her dog, Zoey.  Three of the detectives helped Investigator Kevin correctly identify the culprit. Luckily, it was all just in fun.
     

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Our First Summer Reading Raffle!

        

On Wednesday evening, July 26th, we held the first of our Summer Reading Game raffles. Four-year old Ali Is won a $100 Toys R Us gift card, Seven-year old Amelia Mohler, Six-year old Eliana Zohar and Nine-year old Clyde Newman won brand new bicycles.

Thank you to the Friends of the Ossining Public Library for funding the Toys R Us gift card, and thank you to Steven Rivera of Ossining Towing, Eduardo Rivera of Nando’s Towing and Rafael Hermandez of Hernandez Contracting for donating the bicycles. Our next raffle will be held on Wednesday evening, August 30th at 7 pm. Another Toys R Us gift card and three more bicycles will be awarded, so keep reading everyone!

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Summer in the Children’s Room

We’ve been so busy with all our programs and all the kids who’ve been participating in our summer reading game, that we haven’t had time to blog!

Here are some photos from some of our programs:

Kids (and parents) enjoying Messy Playtime

Making caterpillars in Ready, Set, Grow!

Being creative in Open Art

Farm animal finger puppets in Ready, Set, Grow!

Captain Underpants Party

Check out the videos from the Captain Underpants Party!

Edible Architecture in Family STEAM

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Party: bingo, mixed up Wimpy Kids, Wimpy cookies, and more!

Family Storytime: a pizza cookie (sprinkles, pepperoni, and chocolate!)

You can see all the photos we’ve taken this summer here.

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Family Author Event today!

Join us this morning at 11:30 to hear author Calvin Alexander Ramsey talk about his books!

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Literary Legos

On Friday, July 7, we held our first ever Literary Legos program. About 20 kids listened to the book Dragons Love Tacos and then build a Lego creation that was inspired by the book.

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We had lots of dragons, lots of tacos, and several kitchens.

Half of the Lego creations

When everyone was finished building, our amazing guest judge, Chris, looked over all the creations, while each child told her about what they made. The grand prize winner was Lucas, who won a small Lego set. All participants received small prizes.

The winning Lego creation

To see all the photos, click here.

Our next Literary Legos is on Friday, August 4, at 4 pm. For kids entering grades 1-4.

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