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Friends of Lewiston Public Library Feb. ’17 Newsletter

Please click below for a copy of the newest edition of the Friends of Lewiston Public Library Newsletter.

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Friends of Lewiston Public Library Newsletter

Please click below for a copy of the newest edition of the Friends of Lewiston Public Library Newsletter.

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Friends January 2016 Newsletter

Please click on the following link for a copy of the most recent Friends of the Lewiston Library Newsletter

Friends Newsletter

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Friends of the Lewiston Public Library Annual Book Sale

book-sale

It’s that time of year again.  The Friends of the Lewiston Public Library annual book sale is this weekend!

Friday, August 8th:  Beginning at 5:00pm guests are invited to attend the special pre-sale event held at the Red Brick School in Lewiston.  There is a $5.00 entrance fee.

Saturday, August 9th:  10-6

Sunday, August 10th:  10-4

The Red Brick School is located at 145 North 4th Street in Lewiston, New York.

 

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Winter ‘Lympics a success!

Thank you to the Friends of the Lewiston Public Library for a fun program!  Our event started off with a short parade and a “lighting of the torch.”

Hannah lighting the torch

Afterward, our star figure skater read us a story about the Olympics.

Hannah Reading

Next, there was a scavenger hunt, that ended with our local Purple Eagle hockey players handing out patriotic bracelets to all participants.

Scavenger hunt and hockey players

Afterward, there was tee-shirt painting and crafts, followed by a Q&A session with our hockey players and our figure skater.

Tee-shirt painting Figure skater and hockey players

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Lewiston Library Winter ‘Lympics

HannahSkating

Join the Friends of the Lewiston Public Library as they celebrate the Winter Olympic Games in the John Daly Children’s Room.  Saturday, January 25th will open with a mini “Parade of Nations” at 11:00 with the help of volunteers from the Lewiston-Porter Key Club.  Other activities include an Olympic Torch craft, tee-shirt painting, stories, songs, and light refreshments.

One of the highlights of the event include 11-year-old Hannah, a local figure skater, dressed in her costume who will be available to answer questions about being a competitive figure skater.  Several members for the Niagara University Club Hockey Team will also be on hand in with equipment to answer questions about playing hockey.