On Thursday, March 20, 2014, the Friends of the Mercer Island Library will have a meeting at 3:00 p.m. in the small meeting room at the Mercer Island Library. All members are invited to attend.
Do you love books and have a few hours to donate to a good cause? The Friends of the Mercer Island Library need your help. Our annual fall book sale takes place September 25-29th. We could use help setting up, cashiering and packing up after the sale. This is a fun one-time job that you can do for your library. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
This is the mandatory orientation for teens volunteering to read with children this summer. Topics covered include scheduling and program expectations, information about child literacy ant tips for working with young readers. Teen volunteers need to have submitted a completed application to the library in order to participate in the training. Applications will be available starting May 13th and are due back by June 10th. Call the library or email Carrie with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Mercer Island Library.
The Mercer Island Library is looking for a group of volunteers to help the staff build a literacy garden.
The King County Library System has decided to apply for a grant to build a Literacy Garden for children at the Mercer Island Library. The idea behind this concept is to create a natural space where children can explore nature via outdoor reading areas, as well as guided walks that encourage them to read and learn about their environment. KCLS is also hoping to incorporate an area in the garden where librarians can offer story times and programs to complement the garden and enhance children’s love of the outdoors, learning and literacy.
What the Mercer Island Library needs are volunteers to help them make this happen. The Library needs two groups of volunteers:
Please call or email either Amy Eggler or Christine Anderson at the Mercer Island Library (206-236-3537 or email@example.com) by March 31st if you are interested in volunteering. If the grant proposal is accepted the project will begin in May and conclude by December 31, 2011.