These new books just came in and will be available for check out on the new shelf soon! Interested in a specific title? Call the front desk to place a hold!
Kid's Yoga will be Monday and Friday at 10am and at Evening Tales on Monday night at Watercolor Salt Snowflakes take center stage! Sensory Playtime is Tuesday at 10:30am and Storytime will be Tuesday and Thursday at 11am. Creative Kids will make an easy (and warm!) fringe scarf on Wednesday at 3:45pm and bring the whole family to our special showing of Abominable at our new release movie night! Between and Open Lego Hour are both on Thursday at 3:45pm - we hope you'll join us! Lastly, a novel called The Last Man at the Inn by R. William Bennett is this week's top check out.
For those who have registered, our Oil Landscape Painting Class is today at 5:30pm - we'll see you there!
The New York Public Library recently released a list of their top 10 most checked out books in the library's history, and we were so inspired that we decided to the do the same! We were only able to go back about 22 years, to when the catalog went digital, but we think you'll enjoy the list just the same!
Our top checked out books of all time are all children's books, with the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling claiming three of the top ten spots. The classic book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle nabbed the first place spot, handily!
We seem to have a lot of Nicholas Sparks fans in North Manchester, as the author has seven books on our Top Adult Fiction list, with The Rescue being the most popular check out!
Family films comprised most of the Top DVD Check Outs list, but Lost Seasons 1 and 2 claimed the first two spots!
Stop by the library any time to check out one of these top items yourself!
Storytime is today at 11am! We're reading Chicken Break, coloring and singing silly songs!
BeTween is today at 3:45pm in the Makerspace - see you there!
We want to know if you can you make a pair of glasses - from Legos! Find out today at Open Lego Hour at 3:45pm.
The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting to fill hundreds of thousands of job positions across the country to assist with the 2020 Census count. Interested in learning more? The U.S. Census Bureau will host a workshop today between the hours of 2pm and 6pm to recruit workers for the 2020 census. A representative from the U.S. Census Bureau will be on-hand, assisting with applications and providing information on jobs available for the 2020 U.S. Census. Stop by any time to find out more details!
Teen Makers is today at 3:45pm in the Makerspace - see you there!
Plain Canvas Bags turn into something extraordinary as you wield a paintbrush and let your imagination soar today at 3:45pm at Creative Kids!
Introduce your littles to a star of the American Ballet Theatre: Misty Copeland.
Let them experience the sounds of Rio de Janeiro and the Textures of an African safari.
Teach them the ABCs of Engineering.
The new book shelf is full of learning experiences between the durable pages of our board books. Stop by to check some out today!
Our February Newsletter is now available for viewing in the slide below! Print copies will be made available at the front desk. (Click HERE to check out the January Newsletter.)
Little ones will love exploring the world around them with simple interactive activities at Sensory Playtime for Babies today at 10:30am!
Storytime is today at 11am! We’ll be singing silly songs, reading “Good Night Little Blue Truck” and making snowman bookmarks! ☃️🚛
The mission of the North Manchester Public Library is to provide materials, programs, and services necessary to meet the recreational and educational needs of the community in a comfortable and easily-accessible facility, which is a community center of activity and information.