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Pinterest Discussion Group

Pinterest Discussion GroupDid you know the most popular pins on Pinterest evolve around food? Come and enjoy a discussion group every firstTuesday of the month to see what all the "pinning" is about. May's theme will be "Recipes". We will be discussing favorite recipes that you've made and actually work!
Meet outside Children's PJ Story time, Tuesday, May 6, at 7:00 p.m.

Summer Volunteers

Summer Reading VolunteersThis summer we are in need of 60+ volunteers at our Cherry Lane location! We are looking for volunteers 14+ to help us out with our Summer Reading program. Apply here and be sure to mark "Summer Reading" on the application! Questions or comments? Email allie@mld.org or call 888-4451 and ask for Allie.

Music with Steve Weeks

Steve WeeksThe Meridian Library is pleased to welcome musician Steve Weeks to the Kleiner Park Amphitheater Friday, April 25, from 4:30-5:30. Steve is a well known and loved children's musician who has received many awards for his fun and engaging performances. This one hour interactive show filled with music, stories and humor is designed for the entire family to enjoy. We'll see you there!

In case of poor weather, the concert will be held at the Meridian Library on Cherry Lane.

Adult Craft - Painted Vase

Adult ProgrammingJoin us Monday, May 5 at 6:00 p.m. for a painted vase class! We'll be taking regular old boring pots and making them colorful and personal. Please email kim@mld.org to sign up, as space and supplies are limited. Happy painting!

Author Visit: Jennifer Nielsen

Jennifer NielsenWe are thrilled to have Jennifer Nielsen, author of the New York Times Bestselling Ascendance Trilogy, visit the Meridian Library District on Thursday, April 24th. Nielsen will walk readers through the publishing process, starting with an idea and all the way through a published book. After her speaking event Nielsen will sign books and Rediscovered Books will be on site selling her trilogy. Suggested age 8+


Summer Reading Donations

If you own or work for a local business and would be interested in supporting Summer Reading at the Meridian Library District by donating prizes, please contact audra@mld.org.

Each summer, we serve over 4000 children, teens, and adults through our Summer Reading programs. Kids that read during the summer are more likely to keep the reading achievement they gained during the previous school year. We love being able to reward their hard work with prizes from the community, and we appreciate your help!

From the Director's Desk - April 2014

child running finger over text in a picture book “There is no such thing as a child who hates to read; there are only children who have not found the right book.”    -Author, Frank Serafini

Changes in the world have brought public libraries to a place where sometimes desired use conflicts with actual use. By that I mean libraries were once thought of as quiet spaces for reading and are now bustling and busy spaces with many different uses - programs, computer access, readers’ advisory and more. Did you know that it wasn’t until the turn of the 20th Century that children were even permitted in public libraries?

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by Dr. Radut