Zoo to You Program, Monday, October 12, 10:30 AM

Bring the kids to the library on Monday, October 12 (Columbus Day-10:30 AM), to enjoy the Rosamond Gifford Zoo's, Zoo to You program.  The Zoo to You program will feature their program: Predator vs. Prey, featuring animals from the zoo.  Zoo to You is a travelling, inquiry based educational program designed to increase awareness of the animal kingdom and encourage participants to be environmentally conscious.  Please join us for this fun, free holiday event.  

Early Literacy Story Times, every Monday and Friday (10 AM)

The library is continuing our very popular story times and craft activities for Pre-K children.  On Tuesday (10 AM), we have Story Time and Friday (10 AM), we feature ABC story hour with a focus on learning letters and the alphabet.  These story hour programs are designed to help children learn early literacy skills such as print recognition, phonics, vocabulary, and narrative skills.  Research has shown that children with developed early literacy skills have an easier transition into the school environment, which can result in future academic success.

Board Game Club, Wednesday, 5 PM

Board games are a great way to socialize, engage your mind, and have fun.  Instruction on the rules of each game will be provided.  The library is inviting all those who love games to participate and bring their own ideas.  Role playing, war, strategy, traditional classics...everything is on the table.  The Board Game Club will meet each Wednesday in the children's section of the library.

Harvest Book and Bake Sale, Fri & Sat, Oct. 23-24 (9 AM-5 PM)

The Fulton Public Library will have its annual Harvest Book and Bake Sale on Friday and Saturday, October 23-24 (9 AM-5 PM).  The book sale includes thousands of books, movies, and audio books for both adults and children.  There will also be a bake sale featuring all sorts of homemade treats.  Build up your library, enjoy a good time, and support the library all at the same time. 

Mrs. Pratt's Halloween Ghost Walk, Friday, October 30 (7-10 PM)

The Italianate style Pratt House has been a fixture of South First Street since 1863.  The Fulton Public Library, a donation from Andrew Carnegie, was built across the same street in 1905.  These landmark buildings have been witness to over 100 years of Fulton history.  On Friday, October 30 (7-10 PM), join the Soul Searchers of Auburn, NY as they conduct tours of both buildings and explain the history, unexplained voices, sounds, and shadows that they have detected during their independent investigations.

Local Author/Garden Event: "Fairies in Summer," by Lisa Davis, Wednesday, October 14 (6:30 PM)

Join us on Wednesday, October 14 (6:30 PM) at the library when local author Lisa Davis shares her experiences as a gardener, artist, and author of the books "Fairies in Summer, Fairies in my Flowerbeds, and Fairies in Spring Flowers."  Beginning with gardening, Lisa was inspired to create unique and beautiful faeries using plants and flowers from the garden.  This, in turn, inspired her to compose poems and publish her Fairies series of books.

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