Expected No Air-Conditioning from January 29

The replacement of both of our air-conditioning units is scheduled to start on Monday, January 29 for one to two weeks. During the time the library will have no air-conditioning. Some intermittent noise will occur and it is advised that we have no program, including the weekly story time for two weeks. We hope to accomplish this during the winter so there is less impact on the public. Thank you for your understanding!

Dollar Sale

It's Friends' Dollar Sale on January 19 and 20 (Friday and Saturday), 10am-4pm! Everything in the meeting room will be $1, fiction and nonfiction. Media will be available at $1 each in the ongoing book sale area. Please enter from within the library.

In preparation for the book sale in the meeting room, there will be no story time on Thursday, January 18.

Winter Reading Challenge

The Hawaii State Public Library System is one of 100 communities challenged by Beanstack and Shark Tank personality Mark Cuban to collectively read 1,000,000 minutes during the inaugural Winter Reading Challenge!

If we all read 1,000,000 minutes together from January 1-31, 2018, Mark Cuban will donate $25,000 to First Book (a nonprofit dedicated to building literacy skills among children) and he will also give $10,000 to top performing libraries to use for their community programs or donate to nonprofit organizations in the area. Follow the international challenge at: #WinterReading2018.

Celebrate the Holidays with Puppet Times

Time: 
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - 10:30am - 11:15am
Location: 
Meeting Room

The delightful puppet show celebrating the holiday season is back! Using her adorable puppets, Christy Lipps will share stories and songs for this joyous time of the year. Mahalo to the Friends of the Aina Haina Public Library for sponsoring this program!

Snowflake Craft Program

Time: 
Saturday, December 16, 2017 - 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Location: 
Children's area

This craft program is for teens, adults and older children. All materials are provided. Sign up at the reference desk or call 377-2456 to reserve a spot.

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