Filed under: Libraries, Newark | Tags: alex, families, family, magic, newark Library
Magician – A National Championship winner! You may recognize this face from Disney, but Saturday, October 6, 2007 at 2 p.m. we have Alex Gonzalez all to ourselves. Come to the Newark Library, CA to be astounded! No registration necessary.
Contact: Kat Blair (510) 795-2627 x23 firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: NEWARK BRANCH – Get Directions
DESCRIPTION: DEFINITION Under close supervision, to do
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES Positions in this class are found
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: NOTE: The following are the
4. Looking cute.
5. Entertaining Library visitors.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Possession of the following
• Must be beyond tadpole age by examination closing date.
NOTE: The Civil Service Commission may modify the above
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: NOTE: The level and scope
• Frog behaviors.
• Work courteously and tactfully with co-frogs,
CLASSIFICATION HISTORY: Created: 9/07
Filed under: Libraries
(From left to right: Rowena, Wendy & Devin, Francey, Carol)
These wonderful ladies come to Newark each week to work extra hours while we are short staffed. We are very appreciative of their help and we hope that you’ll stop by and say “hi” to them while they are here. We couldn’t possibly keep up with everything around the library without their help.
Thank you, ladies, for all that you do!
(not pictured: Diane)
Taiko drumming master Terry Eustice, also a Newark teacher, will be playing for us this weekend on Saturday, September 15, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. Free performance thanks to the Newark Library League. The drumming will be out in front while inside at 11:30 we will have a new-ish Saturday Storytime for Preschoolers. From 2-3:00 on the same day we will host a Fall Craft for children. The littlest ones will require assistants and parents are welcome.
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At approximately 7:00 PM on Thursday, September 6th, the smallest of our African Dwarf Frogs joined the choir angelic, or to quote Alex, “he croaked.”
He (?) was a good frog, as frogs go. His hobbies were swimming, eating, and floating about. His companions seem to have recovered from the shock quickly and are cheerfully stepping over their fallen companion.
The Library hopes to find a suitable replacement in the near future to fill the now vacant position of Library Frog I.
With deepest sympathy,
Join us on the third Friday of every month (with the exception of December, when we will meet on the second Friday) for art projects designed for your little one. These art programs are designed for children ages 1-6 and are a lot of fun! We do tend to make a mess, so have your child(ren) wear clothes that can get dirty! For Sept. we will be making bubble art and in Oct. we will make pumpkin decorations. There is no need to register, just drop on by! We will be in the meeting room from 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
For more info. contact Mary Ayers: (510) 795-2627 ext. 15 or email@example.com
Homework Express returns to the Newark Library on Tuesday, September 4th! Our afterschool homework help program, under the direction of coordinator Susan Jeongco operates from 3:30 – 5:00 p. m. Tuesdays through Thursdays in the library meeting room, and is free of charge. Attendance is on a drop-in basis.
If you are a high school student interested in earning community service hours as a Homework Express volunteer, come to the orientation meeting on Tuesday, September 4th from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the library conference room.
For questions on Homework Express or being a volunteer in this program contact Kathleen Hannon by phone (510) 795-2627 x18 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We gratefully acknowledge The Alameda County Foundation, The Five Bridges Foundation, Dreyer’s Foundation, Bank of America, The Morris Stulsaft Foundation and The Safeway Foundation for their support of Homework Express.