Mannington Public Library
Mannington Public Library is celebrating Blackshere’s First Grade Class the whole month of February. Every time a first grader visits the library this month we will add a designated pizza topping to our bulletin board. The Homeroom with the most toppings on our “Pizza Pie” at the end of the month will win a pizza party. We will also have something special for first graders each week when checking out library materials.
FSU VITA @ Mannington Public Library
Friday, February 22 10:00am-5:00pm & Saturday, March 23 9:00am-3:00pm
No appointment necessary.
Marcia opens the Mannington Public Library Friends Book Sale every Friday from 9:00 - 4:30, with the exception of holidays.
Cover 2 Cover will meet at the Mannington Public Library on January 17 at 1:30pm to discuss The Heavenly Village by Cynthia Rylant.
Unique and creative—that’s the Mannington Public Library Knitting Group. Looking for something fun to do on Monday afternoons? The knitting group welcomes all—the novice, advanced or anyone in-between. We meet every Monday at the library starting at 4:30 pm.
Mannington Public Library is celebrating Blackshere’s Second Grade Class the whole month of January. Every time a second-grader visits the library this month we will add a designated pizza topping to our bulletin board. The homeroom with the most toppings on our “Pizza Pie” at the end of the month will win a pizza party. We will also have something special for second-graders each week when checking out library materials.
Our Fairmont branch will close at 3:00pm on December 14th; Fairview and Mannington libraries will close at 3:00pm on December 13th due to staff holiday parties.
Cover 2 Cover will meet December 20th at 1:30PM to discuss I Heard the Owl Call My Name by Margaret Craven.
I Heard the Owl Call My Name is about a young vicar and his time in an ancient Indian village during a time of cultural change. It is a journey of learning and all the small happenings that can add up to significance.
Reading a book with a child – whether it’s your child, grand-child, niece, nephew or neighbor –
is a wonderful way to spend time together. Reading to your child is a fun way to share thoughts
and learn new things. It is also a free activity that you can do every day.
Baking for the holiday is a tradition. Share it with your friends at the Mannington Public Library, Monday, December 17th at 6:00pm. We’ll exchange our cookies and have a friendly holiday Cookie Baking Competition. Our cookies will be judged for appearance and taste and a prize awaits our Cookie Baking Champion. Visit the library for a copy of The Rules of the Cookie Exchange.