Carmel Public Library Presents Family And Adult Programming For September
Just Announced the Harrison Memorial Library in Carmel, CA presents Family and Adult Programming for this September 2011.
- Salinas, CA (1888PressRelease) August 30, 2011 - Harrison Memorial Library (HML) presents Family and Adult Programming for September. For more information, call (831) 624-4664, (831) 624-7323 or visit www.hm-lib.org.
September Family Craft Time Park Branch - Youth Services
Saturday, Sep. 3, 1:30 - 2:30
Join Miss Linda for a fun, creative drop-in craft or art project.
Baby and Toddler Storytime With Miss Grace Park Branch - Youth Services
Wednesdays, September 7, 14, 21
Join us for baby and toddler storytime with Miss Grace every Wednesday morning at 10:00!
Arts & Craft Program for Ages 10 -14 Park Branch - Youth Services
Thursday, Sep. 15, 3:30 - 4:30
Join Miss Pat for a fun, creative drop-in craft or art project.
Musical Baby & Toddler Storytime with Marylee Sunseri Park Branch - Youth Services
Wednesday, Sep. 28, 10 a.m.
Marylee Sunseri will present a special musical storytime for babies and toddlers.
Workshop: Tips & Tricks: Using Our New Online Catalog Main Library
Saturday, Sep. 17 10 - 11 am
Let our reference staff show you how to use our great new online catalog!
Did you know? Patrons can also text a Librarian for questions. Text (831) 704-6066.
The Carmel Public Library Foundation provides funds for all of the Library's acquisitions, collections, services, equipment, archives, and public programs for children, adults, and seniors. While the City of Carmel funds Library salaries and building maintenance, it is private contributions to the Library Foundation that provide the rest. The Carmel Public Library Foundation has its annual campaign in progress to raise funds for free public programming such as Family Craft Time.
For donation/sponsoring questions, contact Amy Donohue, Executive Director of the Carmel Public Library Foundation at 831-624-2811 www.hm-lib.org or www.carmelpubliclibraryfoundation.org.
Harrison Memorial Library has been a treasured resource on the Central Coast of California for over 105 years. Some 106,000 Library cardholders and visitors walk through the Library doors annually. Among these are families, children, teens, and adults of all ages who depend on the Library to advance their practical life skills as well as to provide resources and services that advance literacy, foster cultural awareness, promote healthy living and wellness, and provide arts and cultural education and entertainment. The Carmel Public Library, like no other community institution, exists solely to nourish these most cherished human attributes.