You’ve heard about Linkedin, the world’s largest professional networking site, but you’re not sure how it might help you personally. Whether you’re a professional, student, or retiree bring your questions (and your lunch) to this session and learn how to use Linkedin to find a new job, connect with potential clients, and discover new opportunities. Presented by Melanie A. Blau-McDonald, Executive Director of SWON Libraries Consortium.
Mother Goose is on the loose at the library! At this storytime, we will romp through stories, finger plays, and rhymes to get your baby giggling and learning. Geared towards ages 0-18 months. Siblings welcome.
Our planned themes are:
26-Jan Baby Bedtime by Mem Fox
2-Feb Clip-Clop by Nicola Smee
9-Feb Kitty Cat, Kitty Cat Are You Waking Up? By Bill Martin, Jr.
23-Feb Chugga-Chugga Choo Choo by Kevin Lewis
2-Mar From Head to Toe by Eric Carle
9-Mar I Kissed the Baby by Mary Murphy
16-Mar Blue Hat, Green Hat by Sandra Boynton
23-Mar Tickly Toes by Susan Hood-Barroux
6-Apr Row, Row, Row Your Boat by Jane Cabrera
13-Apr I Head a Little Baa by Elizabeth MacLeod
20-Apr Nest by Jorey Hurley
27-Apr Ten Tiny Toes by Caroline Jane Church
The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) at Wright Memorial Public Library is carrying out a community service project this summer. They are collecting for Crayons to Classrooms which provides basic school supplies at no cost to teachers in classrooms of children in need in the Greater Dayton Area. Crayons to Classrooms provides essential resources to teachers, thereby enhancing learning for students in need.
The TAB group is collecting: