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Summer reading continues...Driftwood Forts, family movies, anime, Legos, and much, much more.

Driftwood Forts of the Oregon Coast

Saturday, July 12, 1pm: Author James Herman will discuss his book exploring a unique tradition of the Pacific Northwest: building simple driftwood forts on beaches and dunes.  Learn about the history of driftwood fort building, and even how to build your own. A Literary Elements adult summer reading program.

Something Sweet

Wednesday, July 16, Noon: Who doesn't like dessert? On July 16 the Friends of the Library will serve a variety of delicious treats to celebrate the Summer Reading program participants - including more than 400 children and 100 adults! Come join us as we salute those who love to read with something sweet.
 

Around Florence

Saturday, July 26, 1pm: Author Judy Fleagle will discuss her latest book, Around Florence. Come see many photos and illustrations from Florence's past and hear from Judy how the book came to be!

Don't Stop

...because summer reading isn't over yet! Join us for more movies, author talks, Legos, science experiments, and lots of good books. Click here to take a look at the complete series of events for adults, teens, and kids with our Siuslaw Public Library calendar. And, if you haven't yet stopped in to sign up, it isn't too late to get reading!

Kids Summer Reading Finale

Wednesday, June 30 @ Noon in Mapleton;
Thursday, June 31 @ 11am in Florence:
Enjoy a special picnic, games, a water slide, and more with Miss Gayle at the annual Finale Extravaganza! Celebrate your summer of books with other young readers and families, and plan to have some serious fun.

Youth Summer Reading

Join us each Wednesday at noon in Mapleton or Thursdays at 10:30am in Florence for Fizz, Boom, Read - we've got science fun and experiments you'll love! Also, each Friday in July at the Florence library, join Miss Gayle at 2:30pm for tween and teen events like anime, crafting, and Legos. Finally, Tuesdays in July are family movie nights. A new movie is featured each week at 6pm.

Teen Program Finale

Friday, August 1, 6pm-Midnight: The Library is the place to be for all the coolest teens on Friday night, August 1. It is a Siuslaw Library Lock-In with plenty of gaming, movie watching, and reading. Join Miss Gayle for an evening of events perfect for a long summer night.

Teen Summer Reading

Get Your Read On: We're giving it away. Don't forget, if you sign up for teen summer reading this year, you have a chance to win special prizes all summer long. Each time you read four times a week for thirty minutes or more, just turn in an entry slip and you might win something great. Prizes include iTunes gift cards, a hydro pack, and a tent. Also, participants are invited to a special library lock-in on August 1. Come in and sign up for more information. 

Among Friends

News from the Friends of the Siuslaw Public Library


Help Needed

The Friends of the Library have raised thousands of dollars over the years for the Siuslaw Library; money well spent by one of the finest small libraries in Oregon. Now, FOL can use your creativity, new ideas, and a few hours of your time throughout the year. Some of the jobs available are sorting books, assisting during book sales, welcoming new members by phone, or planning new events or encouraging new membership. Just a few hours here and there make all the difference in how strong our organization will be in the years to come.

Book Sale

Thanks to all of the Friends volunteers who helped put on the Fiction Book Sale on June 14th—and especially the Library supporters who shopped at the sale—we earned nearly $1,000 for our libraries! The next book sale will be one of the twice-yearly BIG sales, held on Labor Day Weekend, Saturday August 30th and Sunday August 31st. We’re planning a special Friday evening Friends Only Preview Sale on the 29th—stay tuned for details!

Move Over Hallmark

Tuesday, July 15
11am-5pm

This fun event for members of the Friends of the Library group allows participants to use their creativity and produce unique cards that are crafted from books and magazines no longer in use. The event is fun, festive, and results in greeting cards that are sold to raise funds for the Library. Beautiful old books are provided, as is some basic instruction. If possible, participants should bring old magazines as glue pads, permanent glue sticks, and a craft knife.
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