Wednesday, November 18, 2009

The Friends of the Springfield Town Library Holiday Open House Friday December 4th

The Friends cordially invite everyone to their "Open House" on December 4, 2009, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. After Santa's downtown arrival join friends and neighbors at the library for refreshments and the gift baskets drawings. There are two baskets; one for children and one for adults. Each gift basket is full of gifts and gift certificates from local merchants such as: maple syrup, ornaments, Yankee Candle, music CD, stuffed animal and books of course!

Raffle tickets are available at the library $2.00 per ticket or 3 for $5.00 for the adult gift basket. We encourage all children to come to the library during the Open House and fill out a free entry form for the children's gift basket.

For fun, refreshments, music and raffle drawing please join us on December 4 at the library!

The Friends of the Springfield Town Library would like to thank those merchants who donated gift certificates or other basket goodies.

Bibens Home Center
Coger's Sugar House Gardens
Friendly's Restaurant
Joe's Discount Beverage
Misty Valley Books
Penelope's Restaurant
Royal Diner and Pancake House
Springfield Food Co-Op
Springfield Pharmacy
Tina's Hallmark
Video Stop
Woodbury Florist
Young's Furniture & Appliance

Thank you all!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Music for Mankind Thursday, November 19th at 7 pm

In 2007 Kelly Moore founded the Music for Mankind benefit concert series, with proceeds being contributed to the United Nations World Food Program and other humanitarian organizations for disaster relief locally and globally. Kelly was the UN Delegate for the World Food Program to Nicaragua in 2008 and Peru in 2009.

Tonight he will share his 29 minute documentary film, "Nicaragua on the Ground" and answer any questions about the World Food Program and Music for Mankind and how this organization is helping bring aid near and far.

Friday, November 06, 2009

Thursday November 12 author Judith Edwards

Local author Judith Edwards will discuss her new book, Bending Moments: Crossing the Uncomfort Zone to Change. Judith is a clinical social worker in private practice for sixteen years. She has traveled nationwide with her workshops, seminars and lectures on such topics as Healing in Beautiful Places, Shaping a Personal Life in the Age of the Microchip and Changing the Frozen Narrative.