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Lake Hazel Library Weekly Newsletter - Rock Climbing Wall TUES @ 2PM - Yoga with Martha TUES @ 6:00 - Tweens: Marshmallow Shooters WEDS @ 4:30

June 25th - June 30th, 2018
TRIVIA QUESTION OF THE WEEK! Be the first person to send your name, phone number, and the correct trivia answer to and win a prize you can pick up in the library within a week!* 

What book is most often stolen from public libraries?
*Patron can only win once per month. 
Sign up for Summer Reading online at There are Children, Teen, and Adult Categories! Reading earns you coupons, raffle tickets, and prizes!
Join in on the fun today!
The library is now collecting donations of materials for a community weaving project. This includes: yarns, fabrics, ribbons, roving, or any other materials you may wish to donate!
June 25th

Preschool Stories & Craft
10:30 AM AGES 3-5

Summer Explorations:
Build It
   4:30 PM       AGES 5-11

Knitting Club
7:00 PM

Summer Explorations: Build It - 4:30 PM

Come and show us your amazing building skills! Take on a challenge or build something unique. There will be lots of materials to work with including LEGO’s, marble runs, and gears. Each session will feature a building challenge and a new material to build with. Ages 5-11
               June 26th
Toddler Stories & Art
10:30 AM AGES 2-3

Fit & Fall Proof
  12:15 PM      ADULTS

Toddler Stories & Art - 10:30 AM

Enjoy stories, songs, rhymes and an art activity in a program designed especially for toddlers!
TUESDAY June 26th

Rock Climbing Wall
    2:00 PM     ALL AGES

Yoga with Martha
     6:00 PM       ADULTS

Rock Climbing Wall - 2:00 PM

Reading Rocks! Come try your rock climbing skills on the 40 foot mobile rock climbing wall. While you are waiting your turn you can design and paint a pet rock for you to take home. ALL AGES WELCOME!
June 27th

Music & Movement
Tweens: Marshmallow Shooters
4:30 PM AGES 8-11

Sewing Circle
6:30 PM AGE 16+

Tweens: Marshmallow Shooters - 4:30 PM

 Come make your own marshmallow shooter with PVC pipe. Ages 8-11.
June 28th

Baby Rhyme Time
10:30 AM AGES 0-2.5

Preschool Art
10:30 AM AGES 3-5

Fit & Fall Proof

Fit & Fall Proof - 12:15 PM

Fit and Fall Proof™ (FFP) is an exercise-based fall prevention program for older adults in Idaho that focuses on improving strength, mobility, and balance to reduce an older adults' risk of falling. Local volunteer leaders are trained to teach classes in their communities. Adults.
THURSDAY June 28th
Teens! Marshmallow Shooters
4:30 PM AGES 12-18

Dog Tales

Pajama Storytime

Pajama Storytime - 6:30 PM

Wear your pajamas and bring your favorite plush friend for stories, songs, and play. All Ages Welcome!
June 29th

Music & Movement

Music & Movement - 10:30 AM

Parents and children participate together to learn rhythm, coordination, and other skills while moving to music! All Ages Welcome!
June 30th

Family Storytime

Dog Tales
11:30 AM    ALL AGES

Dog Tales - 11:30 AM

Therapy dogs provide a low stress and comfortable reading environment to kids to help improve their reading skills. Call 208-297-6700 to sign your child up for a 10-minute session with a friendly, registered therapy dog. All Ages Welcome!
Did you know that it's recommended to read to your child at least 20 minutes a day? Here are some of our Staff's favorite picture books to get you started!

The Friends of the Library have joined Fred Meyer's Community Rewards program!

Whenever you use your Fred Meyer Rewards card, it can benefit the Friends!
Just follow this link to link us to your card:
and type in our ID number: 92234
Thank you for always supporting us!

Want to join the Friends? The Friends of the Library is a volunteer group that supports the library by hosting money-raising events such as book sales and silent auctions. Annual membership fee is $10. For more information, pick up a brochure at one of our libraries, print a brochure and turn it in, or contact the friends at  
Also, follow this link if you're interested in volunteering for the bookstore:

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