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Challenger Center Mission -Teen Summer Reading

Our Teens will complete their Summer Reading Program in the Challenger Center at Wheeling Jesuit University on Thursday, July 31st (11:00am-3:00pm).

Parents/Guardians must provide all transportation for their teen. Each teen must bring a bagged lunch.

Wheeling Jesuit University
316 Washington Avenue
Wheeling WV, 26003

Space will also be available for teens that are not a part of the Summer Reading Program, but Summer Readers will be given preference as to their jobs during the mission, “Return to the Moon.” Teens may join the Summer Reading Program at any time.

Registration for the Challenger Center Mission begins is mandatory. To sign up, contact the Children’s Department: 740-695-2062.

Mission Training for this event will take place at the library on Thursday, July 17th at 1:30pm. This event is optional, but strongly recommended for any teen that would like to fully participate in the Challenger Center Mission on July 31st.

For more information on the Challenger Center click here!

Discover the Challenger Center Experience (Video)

 

Summer Reading Program 2014

Dear Patrons,

You and your children are invited to join the St. Clairsville Public Library’s Summer Reading Program.

Not only will there be incentives to read, but you can attend fun programs and events for all ages!


Children ages 0-11 can register for “Fizz, Boom, Read!”, an exciting mix of science experiments, crafts, and other activities. The programs are free and open to children of all abilities. Don’t forget to count how many books you read!

By keeping their minds active during the summer months, children and teens are better prepared when school is back in session.

Remember, you are your child’s first teacher. Explore picture books with your children. Ask them to point out people, animals, and objects in the illustrations. Read to your children and ask them to read to you. Your librarian will be happy to help you find books that are just right.

Click here for a Children’s Summer Reading list of events.

This and more information is also available upon registration at the Children’s Department desk.


Teens ( 12-18)
You are invited to “Spark a Reaction,” in your own Summer Reading Program. Be sure to head to the library to try some great hands-on experiments while also keeping track of how many books you read at home for a chance to win some great prizes!

You will receive tickets for participating in the Summer Reading Program.
Attend a program = 5 tickets
Read a book = 1 ticket

You can put their tickets into the prize box of their choice. Winners will be drawn out at the end of the program. Also, you have a chance to win some great prizes at the weekly programs. The more you participate, the more chances you will have to win!

A list of events will be available at registration. You can also check our Program Calendar on this site.

This and more information will be given to teens as they register at the Children’s Department desk.

Newsletters:
Teen Summer Reading Newsletter 1


Adults are also invited to their own program called, “Literary Elements.” Reading books and attending a variety of fun events is key to making the most of your summer at the library. We have some great prizes for you as well!

How do I participate?
You participate by either reading a book or attending a program and then filling out a ticket. You can read as many books and attend as many adult programs as possible throughout June and July.

 How do I win?
Winners will be drawn out of the ticket jar throughout the program. Also, the winner of the Nature Photography Contest will win a great prize!

What are the tickets?
If you attend an adult program or read a book, come to the front desk and fill out an Adult Summer Reading ticket.

If you have read more than one book or attended multiple programs, please fill out a ticket for each individual one. That will give you more chances to win! As an example, if you have read a book and attended a program, please fill out two separate tickets.

More information about individual programs will be available upon registration at the Front Desk.

Adult Summer Reading Newsletters:
Newsletter 1
Newsletter 2
Newsletter 3


We hope that you and your family enjoy reading together and truly come to discover the treasures of your library.

Check our Program Calendar for a schedule of events for each age group. Children’s events are in green, teen events are in purple, and adult events are in orange.

Sincerely,

St. Clairsville Public Library Staff

 

 

Zinio FAQ

Zinio For Libraries FAQ

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1. What is Zinio?

Zinio is service we offer to our patrons that allows them read most of the popular magazines on their computer, phone, or tablet.

2. How do I get the Zino app?

The Zino App is available for Apple devices in the Apple Market, Android Devices on Google Play, and Windows 8 devices in the Microsoft store.  Please check the app market of you device by searching for “Zinio”

3. How do i register an account and get started? (First Time Users)

To use the library version of Zinio, you will need two accounts. The first account is a SERL’s Account that allows you to have the item checked out, and the second account is a Zinio Account that allows you to view your library, and read your magazines.

1. To get started, simply click the Zinio link on the right hand side of the page, or follow this link. Continue reading

Recipe Round-Up

Round-up your favorite recipes and learn some new ones!
Here’s how it works:

1.Choose a recipe according to this month’s theme.
2. Make the dish.
3. Share your creation and 10 copies of the recipe at the meeting!

Check our program calendar for the next meeting!

Enter through the back door!
Call to save your spot: 740-695-2062

Questions?:
Ask for Malinda, Emily, or Amanda!

Technology Center

The St. Clairsville Public Library held a ribbon-cutting/dedication ceremony on Friday, December 13, 12:45pm for their new Technology Center.

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Members of the Feisley family stand with Friends of the Library officers and Boards members.

 

The Technology Center is located on the second floor of the library and is open to the public free of charge. Computers are available for use and tables are set up for wireless users.

The Technology Center was funded by donations from the Feisley Family, as well as the Friends of the Library, and the Library’s Board of Trustees.

Chamber Members, as well as the public, were invited to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Teen Leaders

Have you ever wanted to serve your community, but didn’t know where to start? Do you need to earn community service hours for your school or club?

Join the St. Clairsville Public Library Teen Leaders (a.k.a Teen Advisory Group) to help plan and promote library programs and services!

The group will meet on a regular basis to:

  • Design library programs
  • Promote library events
  • Make new friends
  • Gain leadership experience

See our Program Calendar to find out when we meet next!

 

 

 

Book Discussion

Our Book Discussion Group meets one Friday every month at 1:00pm to discuss a book. Participants may stop by the front desk to pick up a copy, and new members can join at any time!

See our Program Calendar for the next meeting!

May 16th          Defending Jacob by William Landay

June 20th          The School of Essential Ingredients by Eric Bauermeister

July 18th           The Essay by Robin Yocum

August 22nd     What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty

 

 

 

 

Mother Goose, Preschool Storytime, and Toddler Time

Join our Children’s Department Staff as they present Mother Goose – a program for younger children filled with rhymes and classic Mother Goose stories. (For children 6-24 months old with a caregiver).

Toddler Time is for children 24-36 months who enjoy playing, stories, and activities. (A caregiver must be present).

Or, if your child is a little older, stop in for Story time! This program includes stories, crafts, and activities for our young library patrons. (For children 3-5 years old).

See our events calendar for times and dates and call the Children’s Department for more information!

 

Toys

Paint with Friends/Paint like a Pro

Info: Participants will be instructed on how to paint a picture onto a canvas or wine glass by a professional artist. Please visit the Friends of the Library Facebook page for more information. Painting supplies and appetizers are covered by the cost, but participants are asked to bring their own beverages.

Paint with Friends – adults

Paint like a Pro – certain age ranges of children (Check our Program Calendar for age requirements for each event).

Cost:

Paint with Friends -Depends on the particular session.

Paint like a Pro – $15 per participant

Registration: Participants may call the library to register. Registrations are on a first-come first-served basis and the library will take a waiting list in the event of a registrant cancellation. Registration occurs the Monday following the most previous event.

**Limited registration**

Proceeds will benefit the St. Clairsville Public Library

When?: Check the Program Calendar for the next event!
Where?: Library Meeting Room

Movie & Popcorn Events

Join us for our monthly Movie & Popcorn events!

Due to licensing issues, we cannot announce the name of the films on our website, but we will have promotion within the library building. You can also call our front desk or check our Facebook and Twitter accounts for hints.

Where?: Library Meeting Room

Why?: Because we want to provide  the St. Clairsville community with great events, of course!

Check out our Program Calendar for more events!