The annual book sale is moving from March to September 13 (4pm-6pm) and 14 (10am-4pm). Proceeds from this sale will go toward an LED message sign to advertise library programs and events.
Donations are welcome through Sept. 10: Books – hardback & paperback, Children’s books, DVDs, Audiobooks on CD.
Not accepted: Any item that is incomplete or in unusable condition (moldy or dirty; missing pages or disks; loose or missing pages or covers). Coloring/puzzle/workbooks that are colored or written in. Encyclopedia sets. VHS videos & audiocassettes. Condensed books/Select Editions. Magazines. Textbooks.
Paris Public Library will host a sleepover for stuffed animals on Thursday, September 19. Children ages 2-6 are invited to bring a stuffed animal to a storytime at 4:30pm. After the 30-minute storytime, children will go home and leave their animals to spend the night at the library. (Be sure to bring a stuffed animal that your child will be comfortable leaving overnight.)
There will be posts on Facebook and our website during the sleepover so you can see what your animal is doing.
Call, email, or message the library on Facebook to sign up! If your child can’t come to the storytime, but wants their animal to come — sign up and drop off the animal by 6pm on the 19th.
It’s all about comfort foods on September 4, at 1:30pm.
Scalloped potatoes, green bean casserole, mac and cheese…How can we duplicate the creamy, silky taste of grandma’s comfort foods without the guilt? Join Mary Liz Wright (from U of I Extension) for a 1-hour afternoon class to learn how – with recipes and easy swaps to make your comfort food healthier. Call 463-3950, email, or Facebook message the library to save your seat!