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2017-08-10

Discover the Magic of Reading

By Dianna Landes BCC Contributor

Summer Reading has ended, but the fun never stops at the library! Children's Reading Hour will begin again on Wednesday August 30th. Every Wednesday at 10:30 am the library provides reading, puppets, crafts and games to help children with reading readiness and gives them a place to meet and play with other children. The program is designed for preschool aged children, but children of any age are welcome.
The Daytime book club will be meeting on Tuesday August 29th at 1 PM to discuss Truly, Madly, Guilty by Liane Moriarty. Everyone is welcome and refreshments will be served.
The Lakehills Library Board is seeking local crafters and sellers to be a part of our Christmas Market Day on Saturday, December 2nd from 9AM to 5 PM. Booths start at $10. Please contact Dianna Landes at 830-510-2777 if you are interested.
The first Saturday in October, the Lakehills Genealogy Club will be having it's annual Community Garage Sale. The Sale is 8 AM to 2 PM. Booths start at $10 and tables will be available to rent for $5, while supplies last. There will be a raffle and refreshments available as well. All monies raised provide Ancestry.com to the community for free to research their family trees.
The Genealogy Club also provides free assistance in learning how to research and build your family tree. Please join them at one of their monthly meetings, the second Wednesday of each month 10am-noon. You can reserve your garage sale space at the library or by calling the library at 830-510-2777. You don't want to miss this event! Clean out that garage or spare room and make a few dollars while helping a great community cause.
Friday watercolor classes continue to be every Friday afternoon from 3-5. Beginner's are welcome and all you need to begin is a few supplies. Come by on a Friday during class to speak to Mr. Black, the instructor, and he will let you know what supplies you need.
As always, all programs, groups and classes at the library are free and open to the public.