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August 2017 Programs at the Library


Dripping Springs Community Library

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Dripping Springs Community Library
501 Sportsplex Drive
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
Phone:  512-858-7825


Quick Links

Website: www.dscl.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/DrippingSpringsCommunityLibrary/
Library Cataloghttps://drippingsprings.biblionix.com/catalog/

Online Resources Available 24/7 by Logging on to Your Account


Volunteer:  We Need You


The Library is Looking For An Adult Volunteer!

storytime wormWe are in need of a Friday Story Time assistant. This volunteer will be instrumental in assisting our Friday Story Time presenters setting up and cleaning up before and after story time as well as any other tasks that are needed.

The shift is every Friday from 9:30-12:00n. If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity, please fill out our adult volunteer application or stop by the library and fill one out.

Questions: email: tammy@dscl.org


Don't Miss This Jazz Performance on August 17th


Celebrate The Summer!

check it outAugust 17th at 6:30pm
indoors at the Library

Jazz Performance
with
Lonnie Atkinson and Larry Eisenberg

RSVP:adultservices@dscl.org so we know how many chairs to set up


Check Out Our On-Going Programs


Click on the links below for details about each program

  • August 2nd, 16th, 30th, Mah-Jongg,1:00-4:00pm (Adults) Three Wednesdays in August.
  • August 2nd, 16th, Knit One, Read Too, 4:30-6:00pm (All ages - under 10 need an adult with them)
  • August 14th, 21st, 28th, Chair Exercise, 9:00-10:00am (Adults)
    We will not have class on August 7th.
  • August 19th, Legos@The Library, 2:00-3:30pm (All ages - 7 years and younger need an adult with them)


AWE Computer in the Children's Wing


Be sure to check this out.....

AWE 2Has your 2-8 year old used the AWE Early Learning Bilingual Literacy computer in our Children's area? It contains over 4,000 localized learning activities.

The fun, interactive and engaging content spans all seven curricular areas: math, science and nature, social studies and geography, reading, art and music, writing and computer skills, and reference.
 


Online Resource of the Month:  Flipster



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Logo for Flipster

is a digital magazine distribution service which lets you access your favorite magazines from a variety of publishers. This is a Free Service courtesy of the Library.

It's accessible via a web browser or custom apps made specifically for Apple devices, Android devices, and the Kindle Fire tablet.

You can download magazines to read offline, anytime, anywhere.


Library Resources for You to Use


Ellison Machine and Die Cuts

resources yellowThis machine offers a quick, easy way to create perfect letters, numbers and numerous shapes for you to use on bulletin boards and in various art
activities. Just bring your own paper supplies.

The Button Machine

We provide all the parts to the buttons and we provide the machine. Just bring your artwork or printed material.

Call 512.858.7825 or email adultservices@dscl.org to reserve a time.


 New And Returning Programs In September


More Information in the September Newsletter

  • september septemberReturning - Mother Goose On The Loose returns to the library every Tuesday at 9:30am starting September 5th
  • New Schedule - Mah-Jongg will be here every Wednesday at 1:00pm starting September 6th
  • Returning - Knit One, Read Too will continue their program every other Wednesday at 4:30pm, starting September 6th
  • New Schedule - Master Gardeners on the Porch will return in September every Thursday from 3:00-6:00pm
  • New Topic - Women In Confidence will continue their topics of discussion every second Friday at 11:30am, starting with Estate Planning 101 on September 8th
  • New Program - Coffee With A Counselor - local therapists will present their topics of specialization, every third Friday beginning September 15th at 9:00am. Topic that day is Back To School Tips For Raising a Responsible Teen
  • New Topic - In The Garden Lecture Series will be back on September 21st with Pet Safe Plants at 6:00pm
  • New Program - Book Reading and Signing, Frank Little and the IWW: The Blood That Stained An American Family.  Local author and great-grandniece of Frank Little, Jane Little Botkin, will be here on Thursday, September 21st at 6:00pm


Accepting Book Donations Starting August 1st





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