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In The Stacks By Ruth Rowe, West Winfield Library

I know it has been a long time since I have written an article.

Covid set us back but there has been a slow and quiet return to our activities.

More people are now participating in our programs. We will still do curbside service if wanted, just give us a call.

Our book groups are meeting monthly. You can still pick up a book here and then come to the next meeting to discuss it. We have two groups. One meets in the afternoon and the other at night. If interested contact us for more information.

We have a monthly craft night for adults that has been very successful. You need to sign up in advance and the cost is dependent on the cost of the supplies. The group will take a break for summer but will start up again in the fall.

Silvia Wood is teaching Spanish to adults and children that are interested. The next session is Wednesday, May 3 at 6 p.m. We ask you to call and signup so there are enough handouts.

Story Time did not work out this year. We had nobody show up. I will try again in the fall. If you think you may be interested then, let us know now and we will call you when we start up again. It would also help us when we schedule a time to meet.

We had our annual Easter Egg hunt in the library. It was open to all ages. Eggs were hidden around the library. When an egg was found and opened, there was a joke inside. After reading the joke to a librarian you chose a piece of candy.

We did it for a couple of weeks and the jokes…


The full story is in this week's edition of the newspaper. 

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