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San Juan Ridge Community Library Update

posted Jun 7, 2016, 1:13 PM by Kristin Snell

by Julie Childs, Board President-San Juan Ridge Community Library










Hours: Tue-Thu 11am-7pm and Sat 10am-4pm        

Phone: 292.3008 during open hours

· Wi-fi and computers available for public use

· Work stations and comfortable seating

· Book sale shelf, DVDs for checkout, periodicals, children’s room

· Experienced staff on-hand

· An ever-evolving collection of wonders to listen to, read, and watch

Our very relevant Library is a great place to come check out! Although our doors are only open part-time, be aware that our loan period is three weeks long, and then you can renew your material. I know what keeps some folks from borrowing is that feeling of having to return items. We have no overdue fines, only our lovely “guilt” jar. So it is a low pressure and super friendly library right here for your use!

We sure felt the love this last Friday evening at our BBBB fundraiser! Thank you for coming out and enjoying the fantastic barbeque and music. We sold books, ate, danced and cavorted with old friends and new. We set the library on its feet for a good while more. We really appreciate all the musicians, volunteers, cooks, dishwashers, and especially Roo for going all the way with this endeavor! Especially all of you also, bringing such great energy, and donations on behalf of the Library.

Melissa Thomas has volunteered to join our board of directors, welcome Melissa! We are so lucky to have such a good team to work with. Thank you to Therese Tesene for your time serving.

Magic the Gathering will be meeting the last Saturday of June, the 25th. Lisa Rowe will host it and you can call her for info, 292-3246.

The Tapestry Project meets here on Tuesdays from 1-3 pm, and Thursdays from 10-12 pm. All are invited to join in the stitching whether you have experience or not. It is a good way to spend time, creating incredible works of art, while sharing stories with some amazingly talented folk. The Tapestries are so inspiring! Come see!

 

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