Please join us for this special one-time streaming event! Email Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org for the link information to join.
Appropriate for ages 8 to adult.
Join Master Storyteller, Diane Edgecomb, and Celtic harp player, Margot Chamberlain for an hour of stories, accented with music, that have celebrated flowers throughout the ages. Ms. Edgecomb brings to life the legends that surround favorite garden flowers, revealing the deep meaning different cultures from around the world have placed on them. Not to be missed!
Savoit Book Club
May Email Edition
Reply by May 12th
For this month, book club member - and all adults! - are welcome to answer the following four questions regarding "The Last Runaway" by Tracy Chevalier. Email your answers to Alison at email@example.com by (and including) Tuesday, May 12th. Alison will then compile everyone's answers and email them back to everyone using first name only.
The questions are:
1. What roles does silence play in this novel?
2. What friendships meant the most to Honor? Were they surprising?
3. How important is quilt-making to Honor and society at the time? Is a quilt just a quilt or much more?
4. Who, in this novel, is searching for freedom? In what way?
LEGO Club @ Home Challenge
ATTENTION all you LEGO fans out there! If you're missing Thursday's LEGO Club as much as we are, we thought it would be fun to send out a LEGO Challenge each week. This week's LEGO challenge is going to be WILD! Show us your best LEGO creature real or imagined! You may email Ginny a pic of your creation (if it's OK with parents, she will use first names only), and she will post them on our Facebook page. Families are welcome to participate together.
Email your latest LEGO masterpiece to Ms. Ginny at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, April 29th.
Family Finger Fables, Sunday May 3rd, 11am facebook.com/beaconlibrary
Got some squiggly squirming children? Get them engaged with "hands-on" storytelling! Join local storyteller Jonathan Kruk, live on Facebook Sunday 11 - 12 noon. Guided by a master tale-teller, children turn their hands into fabulous characters. They'll race Rabbit and Turtle. Help a Mouse, roar like a Lion, and find out why Spider has Crooked legs. Plus, families get a take-home tale with an ending they will make up with a wake-up call to the sun. https://www.facebook.com/beaconlibrary/
Online Socrates Cafe