Come and visit Cheney Library on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 10 a.m . and be part of this gardening lecture. Some children, once introduced to gardening, will become life-long gardeners. Others lose interest fast and head back to their computer games. Whether their interests are in art, music, writing or building, teaching children to keep a journal will get them outdoors and hone their academic skills through the school year or over vacations, all while tending their garden plants. Leader Marilou Town-Pudiak is a Master Gardener with Cornell Cooperative Extension and a retired teacher. With spring on its way, summer will be here before you know it. There will be lots to learn for kids and adults.
Come and have fun at Cheney Library’s Fancy Nancy and the Pirates Party on Saturday, April 26th, 2014 at 10 am. Dress up as the fanciest Nancy or come as a Pirate. We will read a story about Nancy, learn Pirate lingo, sing a sea chantey and enjoy cookies and drinks. There will even be a treasure hunt! This event is for preschool children through third grade – we ask caregivers to attend, please.
In case you are unable to attend, you can check out a book about Fancy Nancy or Pirates, we have a very good selection available.
We learned a lot and we enjoyed ourselves a lot. Mike Russert, on March 10, 2014, talked about the Irish-American Invasion of Canada in 1866. This was Mike’s second visit to our Library, and hopefully there will be many more.