Roll 'em, Roll 'em, Roll 'em!
On November 4th, 1841, the First Wagon Train reached California (it left Sapling Grove, Missouri on May 9th). Do some research on early settlers and wagon trains and check out the following items:
Before November arrives, don't miss the
Wednesday, October 30 at 6:30 pm
for Kids of All Ages
Come in costume and enjoy some scary stories, fun activities, and treats
Sponsored by the Friends of Jay County Public Library
Use the "printable" link above to see the Thanksgiving Word Find Puzzle in this month's Kidsheet.
Programs @ your library
Story Times are held for preschool age children every Wednesday at 11:30 am.
Mother Goose & Me
A favorite with the younger crowd, Mother Goose will visit the library most Friday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
See her November 1, 8, 15 & 22
Every Tuesday from 2:30 to 4:00 pm
Children of all ages are welcome to participate. Those under 7 years of age should be accompanied by a caregiver who is at least 13 years of age.
Legos will be available, though can also bring your own project to work on. Idea books will be available as well.
Check this out too:
Look for some non-program programs to be offered in the childrens side and in the teen area! Coming soon!
November Special Days
1 - National Author's Day
1 - Day of the Dead, Mexico
2 - Cookie Monster's Birthday
2 - Birthday of Daniel Boone in 1734
3 - Sandwich Day
4 - National Candy Day
5 - National Donut Day
6 - Young Reader's Day
7 - Hug a Bear Day
8 - Parents as Teachers Day
8 - X-ray Day
11 - Veterans Day
15 - American Recycles Day
17 - World Peace Day
17 - Homemade Bread Day
18 - Birthday of Mickey Mouse in 1928
19 - Gettysburg Address delivered in 1863
20 - Universal Children's Day
21 - World Hello Day
26 - Birthday of Charles Schulz in 1922
26 - National Cake Day
29 - Birthdays of Louisa May Alcott, Madeline L'Engle and C. S. Lewis
30 - Birthday of Mark Twain in 1835