Francis A. Gregory
Neighborhood Library

Say Boo to Bullying!

October is Bullying Prevention Month

October is typically a month where you will find the library filled with ghosts and ghouls and goblins. This year is no exception in the Teen Space, where teens are working hard preparing for their Haunted Halloween Party on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at 6:30 p.m. (ages 8 and older!). Scary books will be read, games will be played, and candy is sure to be plentiful! 

Congratulations Summer Readers!

This summer our library had Summer Reading programs for Adults, Teens and Children. The children’s summer reading programs were divided into two programs; the Dig Into Reading Program for children 6-12 and the Read With Me Program for children 0-5.

End of Summer Blues?

Grab one of these stellar books. Crankee Doodle by Tom Angleberger

Adult Book Club

'The Invisible Ones' by Stef Penney

August's Book Club selection is The Invisible Ones 

It's a Wrap!

Teen Summer Reading Close Out Party

Calling all Francis Gregory Teens! 

'The Day the Crayons Quit'

When young Duncan, a student and budding artist, opens his desk at school one day, he doesn’t find his crayons. Instead there is a stack of letters. The letters are from his disgruntled crayons telling him that they quit. Each one has a different complaint they want Duncan to address. Red is overworked.

Great Summer Reads

Beach Bag Worthy

Try these reads as you head to the beach.

Eating Dirt!

Food Crafts at the library

Have you ever eaten dirt? What about worms and ants? Doesn’t sound too appetizing, does it? Here at the Francis A. Gregory branch though, we have a few children who don’t mind a little mud. They might even say that it’s pretty yummy.

Extra Extra! Read All About It!

Past event review: Blue Sky Puppet Theatre

The Francis Gregory Library celebrated "Digging Into Reading" with a performance by the Blue Sky Puppet Theatre.

Programs in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington

 The 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom represents a pivotal event in the American Civil Rights Movement. By the 1960s, racial, social and economic unrest had reached a boiling point. As a result, a coalition of leaders from the "Big Six” and civil rights, labor and religious organizations planned a peaceful protest in Washington, D.C.

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