June 2018 at Lowder Regional Library
This Year Summer Reading proves it —– LIBRARIES ROCK!
Everyone is invited to Read for Summer Reading. We have a special Post-It Note art project planned. For every five books read you may put a Post-It note on the wall. We will post pictures on FaceBook at the beginning of each week as our picture grows and grows so you can try and figure out what it is! Sign up today and the join us as Libraries Rock and we Read!
Lap-Sit Birth to Age 2
Join us every Thursday at 10AM for Lap-Sit Rocks at Lowder.
June 7 Book: The Maestro Plays by Bill Martin, Jr.
June 12 Book: Hush Little Baby by Marla Frazee
June 19 Book: Ten in the Bed by Penny Dale
June 26 Book: Cock-a-doodle-do by Emma Harding
From 10AM to 10:15AM, a Librarian will lead Lap Sit time and then from 10:15AM to 10:30AM the parent will read board books to their children. There is no craft associated with this program.
Pre-School (Story Time) Ages 3-5
Join us every Friday at 1015AM for Story Time Rocks at Lowder.
June 1 Books: Splat the Cat Sings Flat by Chris Strathearn
Song of Middle C by Alison McGhee
June 8 Books: M is for Music by Kathleen Krull
Snake Alley Band by Elizabeth Nygaard
June 15 Books: Oh, Daddy! by Bob Shea
Just Me and My Dad by Mercer Mayer
June 22 Books: It’s Raining, It’s Pouring by Kin Eagle
Musicians of the Sun by Gerald McDermott
June 29 Books: Old MacDonald Had a Workshop
by Lisa Shulman
Dooby Dooby Moo by Doreen Coronin
All ages are welcome but please remember that programming is geared towards ages 3 to 5. The usual program is to read a couple of books interspaced with songs and movement ending with a craft activity.
Children Grades K-6
Join us every Tuesday in June at 10AM for a rocking great program at Lowder.
June 5 Libraries Rock with History
The Alabama Department of Archives and History
June 12 Libraries Rock Through STEM Learning
Sylvian Learning Center
June 19 Libraries Rock Through Movies
Come and Sing Along!
June 26 Libraries Rock Through Musical Instruments
Dr. Stephen Foster, Director of Bands,
Assistant Professor of Music, Faulkner University
Young Adult Ages 13-19
June 7 4PM-5PM Libraries Rock Reading
The Young Classic Book Club will be reading:
Dr. Dolittle by Hugh Lofting
Doctor John Dolittle loves animals. He loves them so much that his home and office overflow with animals of every description. When Polynesia the parrot teaches him the language of the animals, Doctor Dolittle becomes a world-famous doctor, traveling even as far away as Africa to help his friends.
June 13 6PM-730PM Libraries Rock TaiChi
June 27 6PM-730PM Libraries Rock Cooking Dorm Style
In July the Young Classic Book Club will be doing something different. Choose a required reading book that you enjoyed and bring it to share with the group!
Selections are taken from Required Reading Lists and please note that schedules and selections are subject to change without prior notice.
Adult Summer Reading
June 6, 2018 6PM-7PM Libraries Rock Away Frauds and Scams
Special Program by District Attorney Daryl D. Bailey
June 20, 2018 6PM-730PM Libraries Rock in Cooking
June 28, 2018 3PM-5PM Libraries Rock with Book Clubs
Join the Ladies of High Tea as they read
Save the Date by Mary Kay Andrews
The Ladies of High Tea will meet the Fourth Thursday of the Month at 3PM — Join us on Thursday, June 28th, 2018. Save the Date by Mary Kay Andrews.
A Savannah florist is about to score the wedding of a lifetime one that will solidify her career as the go-to-girl for society nuptials. Ironically, Cara Kryzik doesn’t believe in love, even though she creates beautiful flower arrangements to celebrate it. But when the bride spirals into a crisis and the wedding is in jeopardy, Cara must come to the rescue and figure out what she believes in. Maybe love really does exist outside of fairy tales after all.
In July, the Ladies will read Lethal Legacy by Linda Fairstein.
When Assistant District Attorney Alex Cooper is summoned to Tina Barr’s apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, she finds a neighbor convinced that the young woman was assaulted. But the terrified victim, a conservator of rare books and maps, refuses to cooperate with investigators. Then another woman is found murdered in that same apartment with an extremely valuable book, believed to have been stolen. As Alex pursues the murderer, she is drawn into the strange and privileged world of the Hunt family, major benefactors of the New York Public Library and passionate rare book collectors who may be willing to kill for their treasures.
Due to availability please note that schedules and selections are subject to change without notice.
Lowder’s Friends and Family Chess club meets every Saturday 10AM to 12:45PM (All children must be picked up by our 1PM closing time). If you have ever wanted to learn how to play chess or if you have been looking for a place to play join us each Saturday. All ages and levels are welcome! There is no need to pre-register, just show up on Saturday. If Chess Club is canceled we will post a sign on the Meeting Room door.
Gamer’s Club is the second Wednesday afternoon of the month. You must pre-register to play from 3:15PM to 4:15PM. Parents must stay in the Main Area during play time. Join us Wednesday, June 13, 2018!
Lowder Lego League is the third Wednesday afternoon of the month from 3:15PM to 4:15PM. Participants under the age of 8 must have an adult present with them while they play. Participants older than 8 must have an adult with them as well, but the adult may wait in the Main Area of the library. Registration is also required and complete rules are available at the Circulation Desk. Come and sign up for Wednesday, June 20, 2018!
Come be a part of DEACT! And just what is DEACT? Drop Everything And Color Time! All ages are invited to come and spend the hour coloring in the Main Area the second Thursday of the month. Monthly we will have a different theme. Join us Thursday, June 14, 2018 from 4PM to 5PM. June’s theme will be Brides and (since it is National Iced Tea Month) Iced Tea!
Join us Tuesdays from 4PM to 5PM for a new program – Study Break! We would like to invite everyone, from elementary to college age to drop by and take a study break by playing a board game, putting together a puzzle, coloring a picture, or even filling a page with doodles!
We will not be offering our Help Me! Computer classes until later in the Fall due to Children’s Programming for the Summer.
Please note that schedules and selections are subject to change and cancellation without notice due to situations beyond our control; however, the Lowder Staff makes every effort possible to adhere to posted planned programming.