Cambridge City Public Library
What’s Happening at the Library
March is Youth Art Month and the library is privileged to display Mrs. Bullens’ 2nd grade art. Mrs. Bullens is the Art Teacher at Western Wayne Elementary School. The children have drawn monochromatic self-portraits. Monochromatic colors are all the colors (tints, tones, and shades) of a single hue.
The portraits are on display as you walk in the main entrance on the south
side of the library. Mrs. Bullens has matted the children’s pictures and added
their names. Please stop by and see how hard the classes worked on this project.
Monday, March 20, at 6:00 p.m. the library will sponsor our 2nd annual
Meet the Book program. Children are representing a book by dressing in character, offering snacks and sharing information about their book. Everyone is welcome to vote on the best “book” they have met by voting with pennies at each table!
These proceeds will go to the library to help with our summer reading program.
You might meet Alice in Wonderland, Dinosaurs, The Indian in the Cupboard,
Harry Potter, Bunnies or Percy Jackson, just to name a few! There will also be a scavenger hunt with candy prizes! Please share an evening of fun with a wonderful group of kids! More information is available on our Facebook Page
or by calling the library at 478-3335.
March is Women’s History Month.
Check out the wonderful display of books about famous historical women!
Rosalie DuGranrut’s morning book group is reading The Shack by Wm Paul Young. They will meet on Monday March 27 at 10:00 a.m.
Kim Scott’s evening book group is reading Savannah Blues by Mary Kay Andrews. They meet on Tuesday March 21st at 6:30 p.m. Books are available at the checkout desk for anyone wanting to join a group.