Did you miss our special Storytimes featuring that man in the red suit, Santa Claus? Or maybe you came, but want to relive some of the fun?
Then take a look at our pictures from Storytime during the week of December 6-8. We sang the Reindeer Pokey (to the tune of the “Hokey Pokey”) and shook our antlers, we experienced “The Nutcracker” with puppets and a Russian storyteller (in just five minutes!), and then we sang “Must Be Santa” – and Santa arrived!
See pictures from a variety of library events on our Flickr page:
For more information about Youth Services programs, contact Steven Engelfried at 503-570-1592 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just in time for the holidays! Books and crafts for the young and young-at-heart.
This Holiday Book and Craft Sale will feature books by local authors and crafts by local artisans, as well as music from local musicians.
Featured crafts and books include: Christmas wreaths and boughs, jewelry (costume, handmade), crochet items, cloth book marks, wood work, sewing, handmade soaps, children’s books, science fiction books, and a variety of stocking stuffers.
Enjoy free live concerts by Wilsonville High School’s own “Surround Sound” with members of “Soul’d Out” at noon and concert violinist George Shiolas at 2 p.m. amidst the Library’s festive decorations.
Come meet and support your local authors and crafters from Clackamas and Marion Counties, and get some holiday shopping done on Saturday, December 10, from 10am-5pm.
For more information, call us at 503-682-2744, or e-mail email@example.com.
Wilsonville Public Library will be holding our annual Holiday Book & Craft Fair on Saturday, December 10th this year. We’re looking for crafters, authors, and other creative people to join in the fun!
Since we’re just getting started, we will not be collecting any fees from event participants. That’s right–no entry, table rental or sales percentage fees! That said, we certainly can’t stop you from giving the Friends of the Library a contribution.
Please apply to participate by doing the following:
Submit your name, address, phone number, and email address, along with a description and representative photograph of the crafts you would like to display and sell.
You can send your application by email to John Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by sending or bringing it to the library. Smaller items will be given preference, as table space is limited.
You, or someone you know, must be willing to work your table during the entire time the Fair is open (10am to 5pm). Library staff will not be responsible for watching or selling your items. Additionally, the library cannot be responsible for any lost or stolen items (although we don’t expect them).
All applications are subject to approval by the Wilsonville Library.
Deadline for application is Monday, November 14th.
Act early for best results!