Monday, November 4, 2013

Schoharie Free Library November Events

Mondays Knitting & Needles 6:00-9:00pm Open time.
Bring your latest project to share. Quilting, knitting, crocheting, sewing, crafting...
Share what you are working on with others!

Tuesday November 5th & 19th Movie Morning
(All are welcome!)
Come and watch a movie with your friends! The Library will have popcorn and cheese puffs to share!
November 5th Mirror Mirror; November 19th Squanto: A Warrior's Tale

Tuesday November 12th & 26rd Game Day
(Homeschoolers welcome!)
Come to the Library and play games with your friends.
Games provided, but new games always welcome!

Tuesdays Munchies & a Movie
2:00pm in the Eaton Room
Come to the Library and watch the greatest movies of yesterday and today.
Enjoy munchies as you watch movies centered around November's Theme:
Movies that Inspire
November 5th The Fighter; November 12th Facing the Giants
November 19th My Afternoons with Marguerite; November 26th Radio

Monday, November 4th & 18th Chess Club
(All Ages/All Abilities) 7:00-9:00 pm
Beginners to experts come together every 1st and 3rd Monday
in the Eaton Room learn new strategies and play!
Storytime every Friday morning with Mrs. Jill Sholtes
10:00-11:00am (Pre-K+ & Homeschoolers welcome!)
Themes for November:
November 1st Pyramids; November 8th Native Peoples;
November 15th Teddy Bear Day; November 22nd Thanksgiving
Join Mrs. Sholtes as she reads stories and creates a craft surrounding the weekly theme.

Friday Reading Group
(Homeschoolers welcome!)
We are currently reading and discussing the book Charlotte's Web.
Come to hear a great story and then share what you have learned with your friends!

Thursday- Saturday November 14-16
(library hours)
Tis the Season” non-juried flower show
The Schoharie Valley Garden Club will be holding their
Tis the Season Flower Show” right here at the Library.
This show is open to the public.
Free admission. Refreshments will be available.

Saturday November 16th International Games Day 10:30am-1:30pm
(All ages)
The Library will be awash with games for all ages in celebration of
International Games Day.
Mr. Richard Moody, a chess player who has played against chess engine Houdini 3 (top honors winner at the TCEC tournament) and won will be on hand to play simulations and moderate a tournament.
Be a part of a worldwide event celebration games.
Board and card game events will be ongoing in conjunction with the tournament. Prizes!
Pre-registration requested.

Mommy & Me November 15th 
Come play at the library before lunch and your little one's afternoon nap. Join Samantha Spor for a time of play and socialization.

Caregivers and their little ones welcome!

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