Did you receive your coloring sheet, yet? Please ask Mrs. Stutzman or Miss Z. We are very sad to announce that after 16 years working at the North Tonawanda Public Library, Mrs. Bugyi is planning to retire in June, 2019. We would like to designate the month of May as Mrs. Bugyi month in her honor. If you have known Mrs. Bugyi, you know that she doesn’t want a lot of attention drawn to her, but we feel that we can’t let her leave without making a fuss! So if you have interacted with Mrs. Bugyi, either as a patron, or in Preschool Story Hour, American Girl Club, Bedtime Story Fun, or many of the other incredibly fun programs that she has planned over the years, maybe just stop by for a visit, send a little card of thanks, or even just call her at the library. We will also have coloring sheets available in April and May to decorate the Children’s Room. We’d like to make it a memorable sendoff for her! If you know of any patron who might not receive this message, pass the word! As her schedule differs from week to week, Please call the library, and speak to either Mrs. Stutzman or Miss Zaciewski if you will be visiting.
Buffalo Museum of Science
Monday, July 9th @2 p.m.
All ages welcome! No registration required
Get healthy with new recipes and new tips from Dietician, Ben Glurich, from the Cornell Cooperative Extension. Call to Register!
Tuesday, July 10 @ 6:30 p.m.
(Registration begins July 2nd)
Tuesday, July 24th @6:30 p.m.
(Registration begins July 16th)
Saturday, November 19th @ 11am
For the whole family.
If you’re tired of the same old squash soup and pumpkin pie, come in and learn how to make a healthy squash risotto. Food will definitely be served!
Register at the Information Desk or call 716-693-4132, ext. 4
Bring your own sweater and make it ugly for your next holiday party!
Or bring your ugly sweater and add those special touches to make it the ugliest!
Author Talk – Linda Jenkin Costanzo
Monday, June 9th at 7 p.m.
Hear first-hand Linda Jenkin Costanzo share moving and personal stories from her book “Our Sons, Our Heroes, Memories Shared by America’s Gold Star Mothers from the Vietnam War.” Copies of the book will be available for purchase followed by a book signing. Free and open to the public. No registration required.
Thursday, May 1st — 9:30am – 8:30pm
Friday, May 2nd — 9:30am – 4:30pm
Saturday, May 3rd — 9:30am – 4:30pm — BROWN PAPER BAG SALE
$5 per bag (please bring a brown paper bag)
Sunday, May 4th — 1pm – 4:30pm — BROWN PAPER BAG SALE
$5 per bag (please bring a brown paper bag)
Book Sale Prices
- Hardcovers — $2
- Paperbacks — $1
- Romance Paperbacks — 50¢
- Magazines — 25¢ (or 5 for $1)
- Records/ Cassettes — 25¢
- VHS tapes — 50¢
- CDs/DVDs — $1
- coffee table books priced accordingly
Book Sale Guidelines
- Cash or checks made payable to the Friends of the N.T. Library with valid photo identification
- No carts will be allowed in the book sale room
- We ask that you please follow directions from the book sale staff.
- Family membership includes father (and/or) mother and minor children
- Bring current membership card
- Membership may be purchased the night of the sale or at the Circulation Desk prior to the sale
- Book buyers with large quantities of books must begin the checkout process early and may not have any non-members in the book sale room to assist you. Everyone in the room must be a member.
Tuesday, December 3rd @ 7pm
Confused about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Obamacare, and the New York State Health Plan marketplace? Have it explained by trained Navigator Christin LoFaso, Director of the In Person Assistor/Navigation Program.
Bring your questions!
FREE and open to the public. No advance registration required.
ADULT SUMMER READING PROGRAM!
Why should kids have all the fun?
If you have time to read just one book this summer, you might win a prize in the North Tonawanda Library’s 15th annual Adult Summer Reading Program entitled “Groundbreaking Reads.” Registration begins June 24th and continues throughout the summer. This free program encourages reading without rules, meetings or fees. For every book you read, you get a raffle ticket for one of the many prize baskets filled with gift certificates and merchandise generously donated by local businesses.
If you prefer to manage your reading log online, you can by logging on here! YOU MUST STOP IN THE LIBRARY TO PICK UP TICKETS IF ENTERED ONLINE! For more information contact the library at 693-3009.
Good luck and happy reading!!!
Add some variety to your garden and save money!
Come to our Seedling Swap
Saturday, June 1st 10am-1pm in the North Tonawanda Library courtyard
- Bring in your labeled seeds or seedlings (if you have special directions for growing, write those down, too!).
- Swap for different seeds or seedlings others have brought in over lemonade and our amazing gardening collection.
- Take home and enjoy your new plants.
This program is for gardeners of all ages. No registration required.
3-D Watercolor Cards with Virginia Kelley
Saturday, April 20 at 1:30 pm
Pick a pin and get creative! Free. All supplies will be provided. Registration required. Please call 693-3009, or stop by the reference desk to sign up. Samples are on display in the library.
Learn how coupons will save you money every time you shop! Join our FREE monthly couponers club and learn the art of couponing! Join us Monday, April 1, 2013 at 11 a.m. for the monthly meeting. New to couponing? Come and learn how to get started. Already clipping coupons? Come to share, swap, and clip more! Call the library at 693-3009 for more information!
Don’t let a fine on your library card keep you from checking out items you want. Now you can read away your fines! One half hour of reading equals $1.00 credit towards your fine. Check in at the reference desk to note the start time, find a place to read, then let the librarian know when you are done. It’s that simple. You can read whatever you want. The only rule is that you must read in the library, reading at home doesn’t count. If you have a fine on your card, this is your chance to do something about it!