September also kicks off with a new LME Biggest Loser program- the fall 2012 edition. The LME Biggest Loser runs from September 5 and can help you to shed pounds and get fit. Participants compete for prizes during the 8 week program which will be on display just inside our Walnut Street entrance. Weekly weigh-ins will be at the library on Wednesdays between 9a-8p. There are lots of opportunities to attend programs and workout session. Visit the library’s website at http://lmelibrary.org for additional information.
Story times and a new toddler time are available for our younger members. FALL Storytime for 3-5 year olds will begin on September 11 and will be a 5 week session on the following dates on Tuesdays, Sept 11, 18, 25, October 2, & 16 @ 9:30 or 10:30 AM (please note there will not be Storytime on October 9th). You may sign up your child by phone, in person or online through the library’s website. Be sure to note what session time you would prefer in the comments section. Space is limited and sessions fill up fast so please register ASAP. In addition, there will be a new Storytime option, especially for children 18 months up to 36 months and an accompanying adult. This Storytime will include stories, songs and action rhymes but no crafts. Dates are Wednesdays, September 12, 19, 26, October 3 & 17 (no session on October 10). The 5 week session runs from 10:30 - 10:50 AM. No registration necessary! Drop-ins welcome!
In conjunction with the Princeville Heritage Museum, we are sponsoring a Hobo Quilts Program on Sunday, September 16th, 2012 at 3:30pm at the Princeville Heritage Museum. Author, Debra Henninger will present the program. Debi is the owner of 3 quilt shops in the area and has recently written a book, Hobo Quilts, based on quilts she designed using hobo signs. Debi will discuss the history and lifestyle of hobos and present some of the quilts she made in preparation of her book. Please note this program is at the Museum which is located at 325 N. Ostrom in Princeville and their phone number is (309)385-1916. All this and more can be found on the library’s website at: http://lmelibrary.org.